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base16-shell @ 9801225
dotjs
tpls/html
vendor/z
vim
.gitignore
.gitmodules
README.md
ackrc
gitignore
install.sh
plug.zsh
private-template.zsh
tmux-osx.conf
tmux.conf
vimrc
zlogin
zprofile
zshenv
zshrc

README.md

My dotfiles

Installation

Homebrew

Install Homebrew

Node.js / npm

Install Node.js

ack

Install ack:

$ brew install ack

The Silver Searcher

Install The Silver Searcher (ag):

$ brew install ag

ZSH

Install ZSH and zplug

$ brew install zsh zplug
$ sudo echo "/usr/local/bin/zsh" >> /etc/shells
$ chsh -s /usr/local/bin/zsh
$ zplug install

tmux

Install tmux:

$ brew install tmux

Install reattach-to-user-namespace (to enable the OS X pasteboard in tmux):

$ brew install reattach-to-user-namespace

z

Install z:

$ brew install z

Vundle

Install Vundle:

$ git clone https://github.com/gmarik/Vundle.vim.git ~/.vim/bundle/Vundle.vim

dotjs Firefox Addon

Install the dotjs addon in Firefox

Firefox

Set these values in about:config:

browser.fixup.alternate.enabled = false
browser.urlbar.trimURLs = false

Fonts

iTerm2 configuration

  • In General → Closing, check “Quit when all windows are closed” and uncheck “Confirm "Quit iTerm2 (⌘Q)" command”.
  • In General → Window, uncheck “Use Lion-style Fullscreen windows”.
  • In Profiles → Default → Text → Text Rendering, uncheck “Draw bold text in bold font” and “Draw bold text in bright colors”.
  • In Profiles → Default → Text → Cursor, check “Box”.
  • Change the font to 13pt Source Code Pro Light, antialiased.
  • Import the base16-default.dark theme, and use it as a color preset.
  • In Keys → Global Shortcut Keys, add the following shortcuts (select “Send Hex Code”):
Shortcut Hex code
⌘h 0x01 0x68
⌘l 0x01 0x6C
⌘t 0x01 0x63
⌘" 0x01 0x31
⌘< 0x01 0x32
⌘> 0x01 0x33
⌘( 0x01 0x34
⌘) 0x01 0x35
⌘@ 0x01 0x36

Run the install script

$ ./install.sh