make install command will download
homebrew to further install
The configurations are installed based on symbolic links. Whenever you clone this repo and install it, the configuration files will me mapped into your home, but the real source will remain on the directoy you cloned it. The reason behind it is that any change on these configs can be further versioned on git without messing around with your home directory.
$ make install
make brew.install # install homebrew make brew.bundle # install Homebrew packages from brew/Brewfile make brew.dump # creates a Brewfile from all the existing Homebrew packages you have installed with make vim.install # install vim with custom plugins make tmux.install # install tmux with custom plugins make zshell.install # install zshell make vscode.bundle # install vscode extensions and configs make vscode.dump # creates a file from all the existing VSCode extensions you have installed with make terminal.configure # configure terminal make uninstall # uninstall everything, except homebrew make vim.uninstall # unlink and remove .vimrc and plugins make tmux.uninstall # unlink and remove tmux plugins make zshell.uninstall # unlink .zshrc and remove zshell