Click on stack trace to open a file with NeoVim
Here's what you'll get
During your work day you're looking at some stack trace in your terminal. Maybe it's an exception or just a failing test.
How cool would be to click on a line and jump straight to the point?
That is easily achievable with iTerm2's "Semantic History". With a Cmd+click It's able to open applications like XCode, Atom, TextMate.. But what about (Neo)Vim users?
You'll need just one setting and a Vim plugin.
Open iTerm2. From the menu
Preferences -> Profiles -> Advanced.
Semantic History, choose
Run coprocess... and type
echo nvim \1:\2.
On Cmd+click, iTerm2 will run that command. For instance
But wait, (Neo)Vim isn't able to open a file at line, with the colon syntax
Right.. Install file-line.
For other tricks about Tmux, (Neo)Vim, check out my blog or dotfiles.