Natan Yellin's Glorious Dotfiles for Great Success in Home Directory
These are my *NIX dotfiles, managed by castle.
I use emacs, zsh, and git on OS X Snow Leopard.
Vestigial support for bash and vim
Once I used bash and vim. I haven't bothered deleting the dotfiles - maybe you can find something useful in them.
I use zsh with Oh My Zsh.
.zshrc contains my zsh config and .profile, contains environment variables and aliases that are also bash-compatible.
The Emacs configuration is what you would expect from a vim convert - I use Vim keybindings for everything. This is possible with the superb Evil package.
Included is a smattering of elisp for just about everything: there is a wrapper for deft-mode (to support switching between multiple directories), mandatory settings to bring Emacs into the 21st century, and a collection of useful functions and mappings.
My settings are highly personal and often idiosyncratic. I haven't tested on Windows lately, but my emacs configuration should be cross platform.
I browse with Firefox and Pentadactyl, a vim-like environment in Firefox. Many addons add hardcoded vim bindings to Firefox. Pentadactyl gives you vim.
My .pentadactylrc mostly mirrors my favorite shortcuts from Vimperator. I am still ignorant of Pentadactyl features; advice and tips are most welcome.
Install with Homesick.
- Cleanup of Emacs configuration
- Test Emacs configuration with a fresh install