Edit in MacVim SourceTree Custom Action

I when making small changes to files, I tend to favor using MacVim instead of firing up my IDE. While I do a lot of git commands with the terminal, I still use SourceTree a fair bit. It’s terribly slow at times with large repos, and uses up a ton of memory. But when it…

Edit in MacVim Context Menu

I like to have a right click menu option for editing files in MacVim. Fortunately, this is easily done with Automator. Unfortunately its not easy to copy from computer to computer when I’m setting up a new computer open Automator and create a new Document with the Quick Action template Workflow receives current -> Files…

MacVim from Terminal

I recently found myself setting up a new machine at work. This has resulted in me discovering that a lot of things I had done over the years has been lost to time. Hence the need to document things! Vim is the best editor ever, and that makes MacVim the best editor in Mac. There…

Multiple Git Remotes

Many people where I work have a tendency to have multiple copies of our git repositories. They do this because when using a gitflow structure, and a slow moving team workflow, you tend to have a task that you send off to testing, and then you wait on that branch for far longer than should…

Storing Large Files in the Cloud

Occasionally, I have found the need to store large files in the cloud (dropbox, one drive, google drive, etc). However, many of those cloud storage services have limits on the maximum size of file. File size limits make sense because companies don’t want to store your movies. It costs them money for the storage, and…