Configuration files (often called dot-files because they start with a ".") for the applications I use on a regular basis.
make for the automated linking of the dotfiles. Obviously you'll
need the related program for each config file to be applicable.
git clone email@example.com:VagabondAzulien/dotfiles.git
maketo see your options
My vim configuration is relatively straight forward and thoroughly commented.
The vimrc-plugins file stores the plugin information for Vim-Plug. Included in the file is a command to check for and pull-down the vim-plug files, if not previously installed. All configurations related to plugins goes into this file also, so if I want a plugin-free install, I can ignore this file and still run fine.
My tmux configuration is very straight forward and fully commented. Of note, I
enable mouse mode, have custom colors, and have a custom clock script for the
status bar (
My git configuration is a skeleton
gitconfig file, and an always-growing
bashrc includes a custom prompt, several PATH additions, and
several custom functions.
bashrc-remote file I use for any remote environments I'm in. The prompt is
different, and some of the functions aren't included.
- Improve makefile
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