This is my dotfile repository. There are many like it, but this one is mine.
I did my best to make everything 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.
Clone the dotfiles repository.
cd ~ git clone https://github.com/JDevlieghere/dotfiles.git cd dotfiles
Use the bootstrap script to do everything from synchronizing the files to installing additional fonts.
Usage: bootstrap.sh [options] -s, --sync Synchronizes dotfiles to home directory -i, --install Install (extra) software -f, --fonts Copies font files -c, --config Configures your system -a, --all Does all of the above ./bootstrap.sh -a
If you decide to use this configuration as is, don't forget to change your name
and e-mail address in the
Vim & YouCompleteMe
My tmux configuration will display your WAN IP address in the bottom right corner. Instead of constantly polling for the current IP, it reads a cache file which is updated every five minutes by a cron job.
*/5 * * * * curl -s http://whatismyip.akamai.com > ~/.tmux.cache.ip
To enable italics you will need to compile and install
tic -x tmux.terminfo
My git is configured to sign every commit with the machine's GPG key.
I use fish shell, a smart and user-friendly command line shell for macOS, Linux, and the rest of the family.
chsh -s $(which fish)
Remember that on macOS you'll have the fish's path to