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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 - 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.

powerline-shell - A beautiful and useful prompt for your shell

  •    Python

The generated prompts are designed to resemble powerline, but otherwise this project has no relation to powerline. Each of these will have a number next to it if more than one file matches.

oh-my-fish - The Fishshell Framework.

  •    Shell

Oh My Fish provides core infrastructure to allow you to install packages which extend or modify the look of your shell. It's fast, extensible and easy to use.




zsh-autosuggestions - Fish-like autosuggestions for zsh

  •    Shell

Fish-like fast/unobtrusive autosuggestions for zsh. It suggests commands as you type, based on command history.

awesome-shell - A curated list of awesome command-line frameworks, toolkits, guides and gizmos

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A curated list of awesome command-line frameworks, toolkits, guides and gizmos. Inspired by awesome-php. This awesome collection is also available on Unix-Shell.ZEEF.com. Choose your base shell.

powerline - Powerline is a statusline plugin for vim, and provides statuslines and prompts for several other applications, including zsh, bash, tmux, IPython, Awesome and Qtile

  •    Python

Powerline is a statusline plugin for vim, and provides statuslines and prompts for several other applications, including zsh, bash, fish, tmux, IPython, Awesome, i3 and Qtile. You should check out some of the Powerline derivatives. The most lightweight and feature-rich alternative is currently Bailey Ling’s vim-airline project.

direnv - Unclutter your .profile

  •    Go

direnv is an environment switcher for the shell. It knows how to hook into bash, zsh, tcsh, fish shell and elvish to load or unload environment variables depending on the current directory. This allows project-specific environment variables without cluttering the ~/.profile file. Before each prompt, direnv checks for the existence of a ".envrc" file in the current and parent directories. If the file exists (and is authorized), it is loaded into a bash sub-shell and all exported variables are then captured by direnv and then made available to the current shell.


powerline-go - A beautiful and useful low-latency prompt for your shell, written in go

  •    Go

A Powerline like prompt for Bash, ZSH and Fish. Based on Powerline-Shell by @banga. Ported to golang by @justjanne. Each of these will have a number next to it if more than one file matches.

virtualfish - A Fish wrapper for Ian Bicking's virtualenv, based loosely on Doug Hellman's virtualenvwrapper for Bash

  •    Shell

A Fish Shell wrapper for Ian Bicking's virtualenv, somewhat loosely based on Doug Hellman's virtualenvwrapper for Bourne-compatible shells. You can also get help on #virtualfish on OFTC (ircs://irc.oftc.net:6697/#virtualfish), the same network as the Fish IRC channel.

fzf - A command-line fuzzy finder

  •    Go

fzf is a general-purpose command-line fuzzy finder.It's an interactive Unix filter for command-line that can be used with any list; files, command history, processes, hostnames, bookmarks, git commits, etc.

Virtualgo - Easy and powerful workspace based development for go

  •    Go

Virtualgo (or vg for short) is a tool which provides workspace based development for Go. Virtualgo doesn't do dependency resolution or version pinning itself, because this is a hard problem that's already being solved by other tools. Its approach is to build on top of these tools, such as dep, to provide the features features listed above. For people coming from Python vg is very similar to virtualenv, with dep being respective to pip. The main difference is that vg is much easier to use than virtualenv, because there's almost no mental overhead in using vg.

jump - Jump helps you navigate faster by learning your habits. ✌️

  •    Go

Jump integrates with the shell and learns about your navigational habits by keeping track of the directories you visit. It strives to give you the best directory for the shortest search term. Once integrated, jump will automatically directory changes and start building an internal database.

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.

fish-shell-setup-osx - :blowfish: Tutorial: Fish, Fisherman, Powerline Fonts + iTerm2

  •    Shell

Terminal Setup for OS X with Fish Shell, Fisherman, Powerline Fonts and iTerm2. Can't wait to run the fish shell? You can run the install.sh to install the Fish Shell, Fisherman, Powerline Fonts and iTerm2.

pure - Port of the `pure` ZSH prompt to Fish 🐟

  •    Shell

requirements: fishtape. Refer to tools/installer.md to test the installer script.

fundle - A minimalist package manager for fish shell

  •    Shell

A minimalist package manager for fish inspired by Vundle.All plugins are installed/updated using git, so the only requirement is to have git installed and on the path (and well, fish, obviously).

dots - Personal *nix configuration files

  •    Vim

Neovim is a free, cross-platform text editor based on Vim, and is arguably the best editor currently in existence. Although Neovim is admittedly better suited for writing code than prose (largely because of its awkward handling of soft-wrapped lines), I use it for pretty much everything. Emacs is a free, cross-platform text editor, mail client, news reader, organizer, and more. It is the second-best text editor currently in existence. It does not take the streamlined, minimalistic approach that (Neo)Vim does, but it can be made to emulate Vim. I use Emacs for the excellent Org mode. See my emacs.org file for more.

up - Quickly navigate to a parent directory via tab-completion.

  •    Shell

Stop typing ../../.. endlessly. Use tab completion instead! Using up allows you to change your current directory to a parent of the current directory where the parent is specified by name or index.Written in 100% shell script, up.sh registers the up function and some completion functions via your .bashrc or .zshrc file.





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