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_inputrc
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install.sh

README.markdown

Files

.vim: directory of file type configurations and plugins

.vimrc: my vim configuration

.screenrc: my screen configuration

Instructions

Creating source files

Any file which matches the shell glob _* will be linked into $HOME as a symlink with the first _ replaced with a .

For example:

_bashrc

becomes

${HOME}/.bashrc

Installing source files

It's as simple as running:

./install.sh

From this top-level directory.

Requirements

  • bash
  • ruby (command-t)

Adding Plugin Bundles

Plugins that are published on github can be installed as submodules. For example, to install the [JavaScript bundle][jsbun], follow these steps:

cd ~/.dotfiles
git submodule add http://github.com/pangloss/vim-javascript.git _vim/bundle/vim-javascript

This will update the .gitmodules file by appending something like:

[submodule "_vim/bundle/vim-javascript"]
    path = _vim/bundle/vim-javascript
    url = http://github.com/pangloss/vim-javascript.git

As well as checkout out the git repo into the _vim/bundle/vim-javascript directory. You can then commit these changes as follows:

git add .
git ci -m "Added the javascript bundle"

Command-t

The command-t extension require Vim with ruby support, and furthermore, the ruby code depends on a C extension for extra speed. The usual pathogen installation proceedure didn't work for me, but I followed these steps to make it work:

cd ~/.dotfiles/vim/bundle/command-t/ruby/command-t
ruby extconf.rb
make

That did the trick.

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