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homeshick - git dotfiles synchronizer written in bash

  •    Shell

In Unix, configuration files are king. Tailoring tools to suit your needs through configuration can be empowering. An immense number of hours is spent on getting these adjustments just right, but once you leave the confines of your own computer, these local optimizations are left behind. By the power of git, homeshick enables you to bring the symphony of settings you have poured your heart into with you to remote computers. With it you can begin to focus even more energy on bettering your work environment since the benefits are reaped on whichever machine you are using.

yadm - Yet Another Dotfiles Manager

  •    Shell

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

git-quick-stats - ▁▅▆▃▅ Git quick statistics is a simple and efficient way to access various statistics in git repository

  •    Shell

git quick-stats is a simple and efficient way to access various statistics in git repository. Any git repository contains tons of information about commits, contributors, and files. Extracting this information is not always trivial, mostly because of a gadzillion options to a gadzillion git commands – I don’t think there is a single person alive who knows them all. Probably not even Linus Torvalds himself :).




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 - 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.

git-ps1 - A simple command line prompt enhancer that shows the state of the current git repo (ps1)

  •    Shell

A simple command line prompt enhancer that shows the state of the current git repo (ps1).If the health of your git repository is ok, git-ps1 will just show you the current branch. If the health is bad, git-ps1 will also show 👎 next to the branch.


vsts-cli - Microsoft Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) CLI

  •    Python

VSTS CLI is a new command line interface for Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) and Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2017 Update 2 and later.VSTS CLI is currently in preview but we encourage you to give it a try and provide feedback (or contribute).

etc-skel - /etc/skel with super cool confs for tmux, psql, inputrc, git, bash, dircolors, and more.

  •    Vim

Minimal configuration for remote servers. These configurations were extracted from rafi/.config and rafi/vim-config. Visit these repositories for the original full configuration.

nodeprompt - Pretty Git prompt for Bash

  •    Javascript

in your ~/.bashrc or ~/.bash_profile file. Nodeprompt is configurable, so things like the length of SHA-1 hash or the number of levels displayed in the path can be adjusted. It is also possible to create a new prompt template from scratch.

dotfiles - My various dotfiles.

  •    Vim

Those are my 'dotfiles', my personal configuration files for the things I use all day for work or pleasure: my shells and my text editor. This repository also contains some little scripts that had a purpose at some point or still have one, open-sourced for the sake of it. Sharing is caring.

dotfiles - Dotfiles

  •    Shell

My dotfiles for: bash, zsh, vim, git, tmux, screen and useful tools, etc.

dotfiles - mac OS, Arch Linux, and Debian/Ubuntu

  •    Vim

For mac, see full install details in mac/README.md. After symlinking, ~/.dotfiles/bootstrap/cleanup can detect and move pre-existing dotfiles that might conflict with these.

dotfiles - Config files for bash, completions, atom, git, irb, rails, etc.

  •    Ruby

These are config files to set up a system the way I like it. I am running on macOS, but I hope to gradually adapt this project to work on my Linux systems as well.

prompt - A fast, simple bash prompt.

  •    Shell

A fast, simple bash prompt. bash provides a special set of variables for your prompts. PS1 is the one used by default. The install script adds a command to ~/.bashrc, a file that is run every time a new terminal opens. Inside of the new command, we run our script and set your PS1 which runs some git commands to determine its current state and outputs them as a string.

powerline-js - a powerline-style shell prompt builder for node.js

  •    Javascript

I was using milkbikis's excellent powerline-style shell prompt when I decided that I wanted more options. Then I wanted a version in javascript instead of python so I could add those options myself in my current programming environment of choice. Then I started rewriting it. Then I observed that it was faster in javascript than in python, probably because node.js starts up really quickly. This is the tragic result: a powerline-style shell prompt generator for node.

scorphiles - :computer: dotfiles, scripts, functions, hooks and whatnot

  •    Perl

:computer: dotfiles, scripts, functions, hooks and whatnot