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dotfiles - Zsh, Karabiner, VS Code, Sublime, Neovim, Nix, Hammerspoon

  •    Vim

These are the various configuration files I use on macOS. I wrote about how you can customize your shell experience in an article here. You can also see my top used applications, Safari extensions and Alfred workflows I use here.

dotfiles - vim, zsh, git, homebrew, nvm, nginx, neovim - my whole world

  •    Shell

Welcome to my world. This is a collection of vim, tmux, and zsh configurations. Interested in a video walkthrough of the dotfiles? Check out my talk, vim + tmux. First, you may want to backup any existing files that exist so this doesn't overwrite your work.

dotfiles - config for neovim, tmux, molotov colourscheme, and more

  •    Vim

Note: these dotfiles are now for the fish shell only, if you're looking for the bash or zsh versions you'll want to check out version 1.0.0. Sensible defaults for all the things! Check out my vimrc for more info, it's pretty well documented.

minpac - A minimal package manager for Vim 8 (and Neovim)

  •    Vim

Minpac is a minimal package manager for Vim 8 (and Neovim). This uses the packages feature and the jobs feature which have been newly added on Vim 8. Minpac should be installed under pack/minpac/opt/ in the first directory in the 'packpath' option. Plugins installed under pack/*/start/ are automatically added to the 'runtimepath' after .vimrc is sourced. However, minpac needs to be loaded before that. Therefore, minpac should be installed under "opt" directory, and should be loaded using packadd minpac.


dotfiles - paul's shell, git, etc config files. also homebrew, migration setup. good stuff.

  •    Vim

This repo contains config for bash, zsh, and fish. As of March 2016, I'm using fish shell mostly, but fall back to bash once in a while. The bash and fish stuff are both well maintained; zsh, less so. If you're using fish you'll want to do a git submodule update --init. So many goodies.

dotfiles - bash, zsh, git, tmux, personal toolbox

  •    Shell

Mislav's configuration files for bash, zsh, git, ruby, and more. Note that this will also install my vimfiles if ~/.vim is missing, set up rbenv if ~/.rbenv is missing, and install Homebrew formulae and OS X apps per Brewfile. These dotfiles are tailored for me, so if this is too much for you to take in at once, consider cherry-picking just the functionality you need.

dotfiles - Let's be honest: mostly Emacs.

  •    Shell

I hope you like fiddling with your .emacs.d ad nauseam, 'cause I obviously do. Clone this thing wherever you like (I use ~/.dotfiles), install GNU stow, and run the install.sh script. That'll set up a bunch of symlinks in your home directory, e.g., ~/.bashrc → ~/.dotfiles/bash/.bashrc.

dotfiles - :computer: Public repo for my personal dotfiles

  •    Shell

These instructions are for when you've already set up your dotfiles. If you want to get started with your own dotfiles you can find instructions below. First, go through the checklist below to make sure you didn't forget anything before you wipe your hard drive.

dotfiles - My .dotfiles

  •    Vim

These configuration files are managed with the tool GNU Stow that is not intented originally for this purpose but works pretty well. To use this configurations you only have to clone this repository in a directory of your home directory (~/dotfiles by default) and then use stow to "install" them, choosing the ones that you want to use.

awesome-hammerspoon - awesome configuration for Hammerspoon.

  •    Lua

awesome-hammerspoon is my configuration for Hammerspoon. It has highly modal-based, vim-style keybindings, provides some functionality like desktop widgets, window management, application launcher, instant search, aria2 frontend ... etc. Install Hammerspoon first.

EverVim - A Modern, Powerful & Modular Vim Distribution

  •    Vim

EverVim is the ultimate vim distribution that supports NeoVim, Vim, GVim and MacVim. It ships with tons of powerful features through vim plugins, which makes it easy to get started for both newcomers and experienced users. The distribution is completely customizable using a ~/.EverVim.vimrc Vim config files.

neomutt - :email: Teaching an Old Dog New Tricks -- IRC: #neomutt on irc.freenode.net

  •    C

Hopefully this will build the community and reduce duplicated effort. NeoMutt was created when Richard Russon (@FlatCap) took all the old Mutt patches, sorted through them, fixed them up and documented them.

dotfiles - Configuration for Arch Linux, i3, termite, fish, Vim and more

  •    Python

This repository consists of configuration for any tools I use within my Arch Linux and Emacs development environment. I use a lot of tools which culminate in a sort of Unix IDE, I use stow to link all of the required configuration into my home directory. Firstly, clone this repository down to ~/dotfiles, a few things assume it's kept there, sorry.

dotfiles - A set of vim, zsh, git, and tmux configuration files.

  •    Vim

A set of vim, zsh, git, and tmux configuration files.

dotfiles - custom linux config files - managed via gnu stow

  •    Shell

in the unix world programs are commonly configured in two different ways, via shell arguments or text based configuration files. programs with many options like window managers or text editors are configured on a per-user basis with files in your home directory ~. in unix like operating systems any file or directory name that starts with a period or full stop character is considered hidden, and in a default view will not be displayed. thus the name dotfiles. "you are your dotfiles".

vim-bootstrap - Vim Bootstrap is generator provides a simple method of generating a

  •    Vim

Vim Bootstrap is generator provides a simple method of generating a .vimrc configuration for vim, NeoVim, MacVim and GVim.The distribution is designed to work with Vim >= 7.4.

dotfiles - Config files for linux (debian based)

  •    Perl

Config files for a minimalist X desktop; i3wm & lemonbar, rxvt, bitlbee & weechat, vim, git, cnmpcpp... Install debian base (without X desktop).

dotfiles - Config files for ZSH, Java, Ruby, Go, Editors, Terminals and more.

  •    Shell

Config files for ZSH, Java, Ruby, Go, Editors, Terminals and more. All changed files will be backed up with a .backup suffix.

dotfiles - My macOS environment: zsh, Oh My Zsh, Git, etc.

  •    Shell

Now you can run scripts like osx.sh or server.sh to install other stuff. You can use any file extensions in tilde/ to invoke proper syntax highlighting in code editor.