Here are some of my dotfiles. There's not much of them because I'm still working on a good way to clear them up and upload in a reasonable way that will work nicely without using symlinks and tons of hidden files.
Once there was a script that was supposed to do it but it wasn't really working so i deleted it and now you have to do it by yourself.
The simplest solution would be to copy these dirs to
.vimrc there somehow:
# it should look like that ~/.zshrc -> ~/.config/zsh/zshrc ~/.vimrc -> ~/.config/vim/vimrc ~/.vim -> ~/.config/vim/
but the better solution would be to just copy the parts that are are really usefull to you, because you shouldn't really just copy dotfiles end expect them to work for you.
Dotfiles are personal thing. They are your settings. You should configure them for yourself which unfortunately means that you have to spend some time with them instead of copying them blindly from some public repos such as this.
# Run this command git clone https://github.com/VundleVim/Vundle.vim.git ~/.vim/bundle/Vundle.vim # Open up Vim vim # In vim, run this command :BundleInstall
install vagrant, use below commands
# spin up new testing vm vagrant up # apply changes vagrant provision # apply changes when above fails vagrant reload --provision # remove vm vagrant destroy