⚙ Dotfiles for Linux &macOS
Perl Python Shell Vim script Haskell GDB

README.md

Dotfiles

This is my dotfile repository. There are many like it, but this one is mine.

I did my best to make everythings work as transparently as possible under both Linux and macOS.

Feel free to try out my dotfiles or use them as inspiration! If you have a suggestion, improvement or question, don't hesitate to open an issue.

Screenshots

macOS Voltron

Installation

Use the bootstrap script to synchronize the dotfiles to your home directory.

cd ~
git clone https://github.com/JDevlieghere/dotfiles.git
cd dotfiles
./bootstrap.sh

Vim & YouCompleteMe

Vim is my editor of choice. Most of my .vimrc should be self-explanatory. For C++ development, I rely heavily on YouCompleteMe for which I created a better .ycm_extra_conf.py.

OS Specific Configuration

The shell scripts in the os folder contains configurations for different operating systems. These files are automatically executed when running the bootstrap script under the corresponding operating system.

macOS

The os/macos.sh file contains some sensible defaults for OSX. The file is heavily inspired by Mathias Bynens' dotfiles.

Linux

The os/linux.sh file contains some configuration values for Gnome 3.

tmux

Instead of constantly polling for the current WAN IP, I have my tmux read a cache file which is updated every five minutes by a cron job.

*/5 * * * * dig +short myip.opendns.com @resolver1.opendns.com > ~/.tmux.cache.ip

xmonad

When I got started with xmonad I came across Vic Fryzel's configuration which I grew fond of over time. It is still largely the same, except for the solarized dark theming and a few functional improvements here and there.

On Ubuntu you will need the following additional packages:

compton dmenu feh hsetroot scrot xmobar xmonad