Tmux Plugin Manager
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# Tmux Plugin Manager
Installs and loads TMUX plugins.
Truth be told, there aren't too many TMUX plugins out there. People mostly just
copy code snippets from each others' `.tmux.conf` files.
I hope TMUX plugin manager (TPM) inspires people to do better and more creative
things with TMUX. See below for instructions how to create your own plugin.
### Installation
Requirements: `git`
Clone TPM:
$ git clone ~/.tmux/plugins/tpm
Put this at the bottom of your `.tmux.conf` (backslashes at the end of the lines
are required):
# List of plugins
# Supports `github_username/repo` or full git URLs
set -g @tpm_plugins " \
bruno-/tpm \
bruno-/tmux_battery_osx \
# Other examples:
# github_username/plugin_name \
# \
# \
# initializes TMUX plugin manager
run-shell ~/.tmux/plugins/tpm/tpm
Reload TMUX environment so TPM is sourced:
# type this in terminal
$ tmux source-file ~/.tmux.conf
That's it!
### Installing plugins
1. add a new plugin to the `@tpm_plugins` list
2. hit `prefix + I` (I as in *I*nstall) to fetch the plugin
You're good to go! The plugin was cloned to `~/.tmux/plugins/` dir and sourced.
### Key bindings
TPM provides only 1 key binding: `prefix + I`. Here's what it does:
- clones new plugins from github or any other git repo
- pulls updates for already installed plugins
- refreshes TMUX environment
After you press `prefix + I`, everything should be up to date.
### List of plugins
### Creating plugins
### License