The point of the directory? Dotfiles in the cloud.
Yes, I'm trying to keep all of my machines on the same dotfiles, branching my configurations where necessary. This should be a good baseline to build your own dotfiles, if you are just starting out. However, there are definitely configuration options that are particular to me (for example, my Github and IRC usernames, aliases to directories on my box, etc.).
I'm thinking about moving user-specific config to a config file, as soon as I come up with a good way to do that in bash.
If you do want to install:
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:davejacobs/dotfiles.git cd dotfiles bin/install
The install should work on OS X, Arch Linux, and Ubuntu.
If you want your prompt to load faster, consider editing your
and removing completions and language version managers.
- Migrate to Zsh
- Update Vim plugins and settings
- Modularize installation
- Modularize configuration files, aliases, etc.
- Convert segments of config into homebrew taps
- Allow for easier and cleaner install/uninstall