You could use teamocil to quickly start Vim in a split window with your continous tests running in an adjacent pane. Or you could SSH into all your servers in different panes, boot up
htop and use teamocil as a wicked performance dashboard. The possibilities are endless.
Teamocil is a Ruby gem and as such is dead simple to install.
$ gem install teamocil $ mkdir ~/.teamocil
Configuring Teamocil for Jekyll
With Teamocil you can have multiple settings, each with a unique name in its separate YAML configuration file. Starting or editing one is done with the same command.
$ teamocil --edit jekyll
This will launch the
jekyll configuration file in your
$EDITOR of choice. For my Jekyll configuration, I use the following.
windows: - layout: even-horizontal clear: true panes: - cmd: "jekyll serve" - cmd: "guard"
What it does is it creates a new window with two panes, one running
jekyll serve to start the Jekyll server and another running
guard to initialize my Guard rules.
Save and then try starting it.
$ teamocil jekyll