Anthony Bouch's Dot Files
Based on Ryan Bates' excellent Dot Files repository.
The rake installer has been removed (and therefore the dependency on Ruby) and replaced with a bash install script
install.sh. Most of the important Vim modules are now git submodules, pointing to the author's repo, and pathogen is now used as the module/bundle manager. Lots of good bash and zsh aliases and helper functions (thanks to Ryan and others).
git clone git://github.com/58bits/dotfiles ~/.dotfiles cd ~/.dotfiles git submodule init git submodule update ./install.sh (Note - for future submodule updates call...) git submodule foreach git pull origin master
Then edit your .bashrc file to include the following..
source ~/.bash/aliases source ~/.bash/completions source ~/.bash/paths source ~/.bash/config source ~/.bash/functions/utils if [ -f ~/.localrc ]; then . ~/.localrc fi
And if you want Wayne E. Seguin's excellent Bash shell prompt (see below links)...
[[ -s "$HOME/.dotfiles/bash/functions/ps1_functions" ]] && source "$HOME/.dotfiles/bash/functions/ps1_functions" ps1_set --prompt ∴
Ryan was running on Mac OS X and using zsh, whereas this repo has been created on both Mac OS X and Ubuntu under bash.
See the basrc_sample script - which can be copied to your own .bashrc file.
See Ryan's original feature notes at http://github.com/ryanb/dotfiles
Nice PS1 prompt from Wayne E. Seguin http://beginrescueend.com/ of RVM fame which can be found in the contrib section of RVM. https://github.com/wayneeseguin/rvm/blob/master/contrib/ps1_functions A copy of the function is also in the bash/functions directory - so that it can be sourced without RVM is installed.
The Bitstream Vera Sans Mono fonts are also included in the repo:
You'll need to update your
.gvimrc accordingly if you choose not to use Vera Sans Mono.
My ultimate Vim color theme, daring-dark.vim is now vim and gvim matched.
Note: Use iTerm, or MacVim under Mac OS X. The default Terminal.app is crippled.
Also contains my cleaned-up Vim config and plugins.