This script does the following:
- Install Homebrew or update it if already installed
- Install oh-my-zsh
- Install all packages listed in the homebrew file
- Install all packages listed in the casks file
- Symlink the dotfiles in this repo to the user's home directory unless the file already exists
- Symlink a custom zsh theme
- Copy local overrides templates unless the file already exists
- Symlink vim Vundle config and install vim plugins
- Set up additional folder structure for vim
- Set up terminal colors
If you've recently run
brew update or just want the script to run quickly for testing purposes, you can run
./install.sh -a to skip this step (one of the slowest).
.tmux.conf can all be supplemented with local-only versions in the home directory. These machine-specific settings should not be committed. E.g.
.tmux.conf.local have templates in this repo that will be copied (not symlinked) if local overrides don't already exist.
.macos contains a number of commands to set preferences from the command line.
TODO: make this a proper shell script
.functions defines a few functions to make it possible to store sensitive information (passwords, API secrets, etc.) in an environment variable without storing the information directly in a file.
set_keychain_pw my_secret_name can be used to store the information in the apple keychain. (You will be prompted for the secret so it doesn't stay in your command line history).
.exports.local, you can do this:
export MY_ENV_VAR="$(get_keychain_pw my_secret_name)"