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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.

Pokemon-Terminal - Pokemon terminal themes.

  •    Python

You can install it with pip for a single user with pip3 install --user git+https://github.com/LazoCoder/Pokemon-Terminal.git. You might want to add ~/.local/bin on Linux and macOS or %AppData%\Python\Python3X\Scripts (replace X by the minor Python version you are running. For example, Python 3.7 users will want Python37) on Windows to your PATH to be able to call pokemon and ichooseyou everywhere. Make sure you also have Python installed, npm won't automagically do that for you.

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.

iterm2-snazzy - Elegant iTerm2 theme with bright colors


To get the exact same look as in the screenshot, you need to use the Pure prompt, Menlo font, and the zsh-syntax-highlighting plugin to have commands highlighted.

zsh-notify - Desktop notifications for long-running commands in zsh.

  •    Shell

A plugin for the Z shell that posts desktop notifications when a command terminates with a non-zero exit status or when it took more than 30 seconds to complete, if the terminal application is in the background (or the terminal tab is inactive). When using the default notifier notifications are posted using terminal-notifier.app on Mac OS X and notify-send on other systems.

nord-iterm2 - An arctic, north-bluish clean and elegant iTerm2 color scheme.


An arctic, north-bluish clean and elegant iTerm2 color scheme. Designed for a fluent and clear workflow. Based on the Nord color palette.

jplot - iTerm2 expvar/JSON monitoring tool

  •    Go

Jplot tracks expvar-like (JSON) metrics and plot their evolution over time right into your iTerm2 terminal. This tool does only work with iTerm2.

falcon - A colour scheme for terminals, Vim and friends.

  •    Vim

A colour scheme for terminals, vim and friends. This is v2.0 - vastly improved, with more tweak, less cruft.

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.

iterm2-imagetools - Display images in the command line with iterm2.

  •    Go

This tool implements the iterm2 image support as described here. It supports both local files as well as images loaded via http(s).Be sure to install iterm2 nightly.

givegif - GIFs on the command line

  •    Haskell

Find and display GIFs from the command line.Displaying the GIF inline requires iTerm >=2.9.

appear - reveal terminal programs in the gui

  •    Ruby

Appear is a tool for revealing a given process in your terminal. Given a process ID, appear finds the terminal emulator view (be it a window, tab, or pane) containing that process and shows it to you. Appear understands terminal multiplexers like tmux, so if your target process is in a multiplexer session, appear will reveal a client connected to that session, or start one if needed.This project intends to support all POSIX operating systems eventually, but currently only supports macOS.

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