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DTDD - dave_tucker does dotfiles

Dotfiles

Dotfiles are all those . files that sit in your ~ and customize your system. Here are mine. I've gone one step further than just including my dotfiles. I've also included all of my system customizations and installers for the packages I use most. Why a new repository and not a fork you might ask? The honest answer is that there wasn't one repo that fit my tastes well enough so I ended up taking what I considered to be the "best" elements from a number of other repos.

What I like about my dotfiles:

What's included

  • Oh-My-Zsh
    • Agnoster theme
    • Base 16 Ocean Shell Color Fix
    • Any .zsh file in the dotfiles project is included in zshrc
  • Ubuntu Mono fonts (vanilla and powerline modded)
  • A massive gitconfig
  • Homebrew
    • Installs Homebrew AND brew install's all of my favourite packages
    • Uses homebrew-cask to install all my applications
  • Base16-Ocean colors for IntelliJ (and other IDEA IDE's)
  • Base16-Ocean iTerm2 colors
  • Vain Hacker defaults for OSX (hacker defaults + eye candy)
  • My Python settings
    • Pip install useful packages
    • Python dotfiles
  • Some sensible Ruby settings
  • Sublime Text
    • Spacegray theme and Base16-Ocean Colors
    • Package Control and a lot of plugins
    • Customizations for Python development
  • Vim
    • Base 16 Ocean colors
    • A very basic vimrc

Installation

# install cross-platform things and dotfiles
make

# just the dotfiles
make dotfiles

# install os-specific things
make mac | linux | windows

If you are planning on using this you will want to s/dave_tucker/<your_username> and s/Dave Tucker/<your_name. Also, you should change DEFAULT_USER and PROJECTS in zshrc

Thanks

License

Copyright 2014 Dave Tucker Licensed under the MIT License

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