- Vim 8.1 released! The main new feature of Vim 8.1 is support for running a terminal in a Vim window. @MasteringVim
- The very basics of Vim (text documents): vimbasics0817.tar.gz
- Vim and Tmux Essentials - by @mockra_
- Using Buffers instead of Tabs - by Josh Davis
- (New!) Plugins for Vim - VimAwesome
- A Tmux - Crash Course
- Split Tmux Windows Easily - tMux Tutorial
- Basic Tmux Tutorial - by Lukaszwrobel
- ShortCuts and Cheet Sheet - Tmux.
Here is a quick introduction and/or cheat-sheet to AsciiDoc: quickintro_asciidoc.pdf. It is also dislayed on it's own webpage here: AsciidocPdf. For those of you who arn't into the command line there is also a crossplatform program called AsciiDocFX. This is a seperate program that works on linux or windows that has similar functionality as the terminal asciidoc/doctor.
The command to take your adoc document you wrote and merge your css document into it looks like this:
asciidoctor -a stylesheet=yourcssdoc.css -a stylesdir=/home/zack360/Documents yourdocument.adoc
Note: Make sure your css document and source doc are in the same directory; in this case Documents