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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 - :wrench: .files, including ~/.macos — sensible hacker defaults for macOS

  •    Shell

You can clone the repository wherever you want. (I like to keep it in ~/Projects/dotfiles, with ~/dotfiles as a symlink.) The bootstrapper script will pull in the latest version and copy the files to your home folder.To update later on, just run that command again.

cider - Hassle-free bootstrapping with Homebrew.

  •    Python

Cider is a simple wrapper for Homebrew and Homebrew Cask that allows you to save your setup across different machines. This lets you to restore a backup without having to deal with the mess that was the state of your previous installation, or painstakingly babysit the process step-by-step. ... and you'll be back up and running, with all of your applications and command line utilities re-installed (and configurations restored).

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 - 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.

awesome-dotfiles - A curated list of dotfiles resources.

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A curated list of dotfiles resources. Inspired by the awesome list thing. There are many great dotfiles repos out there, each containing their own inspiration and gems. I think one of the best ways to go through them is by searching GitHub for "dotfiles".

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.

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.


yadm - Yet Another Dotfiles Manager

  •    Shell

Features, usage, examples and installation instructions can be found on the website.

.tmux

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Self-contained, pretty and versatile .tmux.conf configuration file. Then proceed to customize your ~/.tmux.conf.local copy.

chezmoi - Manage your dotfiles securely across multiple machines.

  •    Go

Manage your dotfiles securely across multiple machines. Secure: chezmoi can retreive secrets from 1Password, Bitwarden, LastPass, pass, Vault, your Keychain (on macOS), GNOME Keyring (on Linux), or any command-line utility of your choice. You can checkout your dotfiles repo on as many machines as you want without revealing any secrets to anyone.

antibody - The fastest shell plugin manager.

  •    Go

The fastest shell plugin manager. Antibody is a shell plugin manager made from the ground up thinking about performance.

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".

dot_vim - 🐉 The Vim Configuration of Champions

  •    Vim

Each plugin is included and managed in its own file. Now you have a choice. The automated script or the manual process.

dotfiles - my Vim/Tmux config :muscle::zap:

  •    Vim

If you're brand new to Vim, I recommend using ThoughtBot's dotfiles. They are better maintained than mine :). Clone this repo (or your own fork!) to your home directory (/Users/username).

dotfiles - 🖥️ Automated Configuration, Preferences and Software Installation for macOS

  •    Vim

I will update your MacOS machine with Better™ system defaults, preferences, software configuration and even auto-install some handy development tools and apps that my developer friends find helpful. You don't need to install or configure anything upfront! This works with a brand-new machine from the factory as well as an existing machine that you've been working with for years.

dotfiles - 💻 macOS / Ubuntu dotfiles

  •    Shell

These are the base dotfiles that I start with when I set up a new environment. For more specific local needs I use the .local files described in the Local Settings section. The ~/.bash.local file it will be automatically sourced after all the other bash related files, thus, allowing its content to add to or overwrite the existing aliases, settings, PATH, etc.

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.