Glumpat

[gluːmpa:t]

Glumpat is what Austrians would colloquially call "Stuff".

This is exactly what this is - my stuff. Stuff I use on a daily basis. Stuff I really like. People keep asking me "This looks cool! What is it and where do I get it?"

This website is for them.

WM

I like my workspace to be pretty. What better way to accomplish that than to move to a nice, customizable window manager. And a bunch of equally customizable tools.

i3-gaps

i3-gaps is the window manager of choice. Its tiling, and with some effort its even pretty.

polybar

Polybar is a nice, customizable status bar.

rofi

Rofi is a dmenu replacement and allows you to start apps, switch between windows, or both.

dunst

To display notifications you need a notification manager. Dunst does the job.

ranger

When you use keyboard shortcuts everywhere already, why not use a file manager that supports it?

alacritty

I wanted a minimalist terminal manager that is fast, and Alacritty fits the bill.

Nord
Color
Scheme

Nord is my favorite color scheme. I use it for everything.

CLI

There are so many possibilities to customize your CLI. Make it pretty. Make it more useful. Make it fun. Below are a number of projects that do just that.

ZSH

ZSH is a shell that has a bunch of nice features when compared to bash, such as better completion and globbing.

zplug

The ZSH Plugin manager of choice. Tons of features, fast, and customizable.

Spaceship
Prompt

A sweet theme for your prompt. Tons of customizations and great git support.

tmux

A terminal multiplexer. Allows you to save sessions, have split panes and other helpful stuff.

Homeshick

Manage your dotfiles using git. No dependencies required, its just bash. Various dotfiles are organized into castles.

The
Fuck

Magnificent app that corrects your typos. Absolutely required for any command line.

Emoji
CLI

A quintessential tool that makes putting emojis everywhere much easier.

Fzf

Command line fuzzy finder. Improves history and file search. You need this.

enhancd

An improved cd command that uses FZF to make fuzzy cd possible.

Locality

I made this myself. Makes loading custom configuration files on different workstations easier.

Hub

A wrapper around git that makes working with GitHub easier.

asdf-vm

A meta version manager. Allows you to manager multiple runtime versions with a single tool.

you should use

This nifty tool reminds you to use your aliases.

VIM

Vim is a wonderful text editor, once you get the hang of it. Extensible by plugins, and highly configurable.

vim
plug

The vim plugin manager of choice. Has some nice features such as on-demand loading of plugins.

vim
airline

Nice status/tabline for Vim. Lots of themes available.

nord
vim

The preferred theme. Consistent with the default color scheme.

vim
sensible

Sane defaults everyone can agree on.

vim
surround

Makes surrounding things much easier. Super, super useful.

vim
unimpaired

Makes moving around in Vim more fun. Adds a bunch of very helpful shortcuts.

vim
commentary

Another Tim Pope plugin. This helps - you guessed it - with commenting stuff.

ale

Asynchronous syntax checking for Vim. Kind of mandatory if you want to edit anything beyond textfiles.

vim
gitgutter

Sweet git integration within Vim. Shows you changed lines and lets you stage and unstage hunks.

nerdtree

As soon as you spend a certain amount of time in Vim you want a nice file browser. Thats NERDTree for you.

Tabular

Makes aligning text much easier.

Supertab

Finally: Tab autocompletions that just work. A must have.

vim grammarous

Helps you suck less at grammar. Ties in nicely with spellcheck.

vim
markdown

If you write a lot of markdown, this will make your life just a bit easier.

vim
markdown
preview

Nice and easy live preview for Markdown. Supports different styles.

vimtex

A light weight Latex plugin for Vim. Nothing too fancy.

Ultisnips

Snippet engine for Vim. Doesn't add snippets on its own though.

vim
snippets

This is where the snippets for UltiSnips come from.

vim
gutentags

This helpful plugin automatically generates tags for you source code.

vim
tmux
navigator

Seamless navigation between Vim and other panes within Tmux.

The Graveyard

Some things are not meant to last. Time changes many things, including tool preferences. .

Sometimes you dont need a particular tool anymore. Sometimes you find something that does the same job - but better.

Its still nice to look back from time to time and remember your old friends. This section lists all the tools that I used to use. May they rest in peace.

Syntastic

+ 2019

ALE does everything you did faster and better. Farewell.

Vundle

+ 2019

A younger, more featureful vim plugin manager came along, so I had to let you go.

rbenv, pyenv, nvm

+ 2019

The entire family of version managers (pyenv, nvm, rbenv) was superceded by asdf-vm.

Antigen

+ 2018

I started using you and almost immediately moved to zplug. I'm so sorry little one.

Jenv

+ 2018

If you don't use Java anymore, the Java tools get taken out back and shot.

About

My name is Hans Schnedlitz.

I created Glumpat to give people some insight into the tools I use on a daily basis. I really enjoy my stuff, and I wanted an easy way to share my personal stack.

The project is a Github organisation that consists of a homeshick castle: Dotfiles, which contains configuration files for all my tools and also some useful little scripts. Please do poke around.

There is also a repository containing a script for automatically setting up the whole stack. Check it out on Github.

Contact Me