Hi @joshclayton, i’m viewing the TDD workshop and i see on the screencast that you use the shell in a split tab inside vim and i want to know how to do it? thanks for your help!!
@alexpereira, he’s using tmux to split the window.
tmux is great for window-splitting, allowing processes to persist even when you close your terminal window, and/or for grouping sessions that are all related to one project together.
Thanks for your help @geoffharcourt one last questions, i have already installed tmux on my laptop, and all works fine, i put my windows like the TDD workshop with the shell at the bottom and smaller then the vim window, but i can’t move inside my shell window when i run the specs, like @joshclayton does in the workshop, he move up to sees the test output, do you know if is there any key to do this, i search this on the internet, but not find answer. thanks again!!
I don’t have access to the workshop at present, but from what I remember, I think Josh is using tslime.
I don’t know tslime as well, but I use vim-dispatch, which if you’re using tmux with vim-rspec (see the Thoughtbot blog post about dispatch and tmux), will run your specs in a new tmux split and then load the results in the quickfix window at the bottom of your window.
I think you’re trying to figure out how Josh scrolls in his shell in Tmux?
[ will put you in view mode. You can then scroll up using
K (or up/down arrow keys).
When scrolling up to view spec output I find it useful to enter
u which will scroll one page up.
Hope that helps you.
thank you @ralphwintle, just what I was looking for!!