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README.md

Dotfiles

These dotfiles will install common software and setup preferences on a new Mac OS system.

Some highlights

  • Sets up VVV with some custom sites for things like plugin development
  • Sets up Z shell that supports both Git and SVN
  • Sets up some commands for common functionality
  • Configures Mac OS defaults

Included software / tools

  • 1password
  • ack
  • Alfred
  • AppCleaner
  • bash-completion
  • Bower
  • Composer
  • Cordova
  • coreutils
  • direnv
  • Dropbox
  • fabric
  • Filezilla
  • Genymotion
  • gettext
  • git (with configuration)
  • gnupg
  • go
  • Google Chrome
  • Google Cloud SDK
  • Google Drive
  • GPG Tools
  • grc
  • Grunt CLI
  • Gulp CLI
  • imagemagick
  • Ionic CLI
  • iTerm 2 (with configuration)
  • Keybase
  • Java
  • Node
  • OpenSSL
  • Paw
  • PHP
  • PHPCodeSniffer (including WordPress Coding Standards and PHPCompatibility sniffs)
  • PHPMD
  • PHPUnit
  • Sequel Pro
  • Silverlight
  • Skype
  • Slack
  • Spotify
  • Sublime Text 3 (with configuration)
  • Subversion
  • TG Pro
  • Tunnelblick
  • UnRAR
  • Vagrant (with some plugins)
  • Varying Vagrant Vagrants (with configuration)
  • Virtualbox
  • VLC Player
  • wget
  • WP-CLI
  • yarn
  • zsh (with configuration)

Usage

Prerequisites

SSH Key

  • Create an SSH key for GitHub: ssh-keygen -t rsa -b 4096 -C "flixos90@gmail.com"
  • Store it as ~/.ssh/id_rsa
  • Run eval "$(ssh-agent -s)" and then ssh-add ~/.ssh/id_rsa
  • Run pbcopy < ~/.ssh/id_rsa
  • Add the new key to your GitHub account by pasting it

GPG Key

  • Create a GPG key: gpg --full-generate-key (RSA and RSA, key length 4096)
  • Run gpg --list-secret-keys --keyid-format LONG and copy the value behind the slash under sec
  • Run gpg --armor --export $KEY where you paste the value instead of $KEY
  • Copy the printed key to the clipboard
  • Add the new key to your GitHub account by pasting it

Setting up dotfiles

  • place the repository at $HOME/dotfiles
  • remove git/gitconfig.local.symlink
  • adjust or remove the following files:
    • bin/set-defaults
    • google-cloud-sdk/install.sh
    • iterm2/com.googlecode.iterm2.plist
    • vvv/gitconfig
  • run script/bootstrap
  • run script/install

Postrequisites

These are noted here for my own setup, they are not actually required as you will see.

  • Add license key to Sublime Text 3
  • Install Adobe Creative Suite CS6
  • Install Microsoft Office 2011

Credits

Most of my dotfiles are a collection of things I found in other people's dotfiles, and then sometimes tweaked it to my own needs. A lot of them (especially the general infrastructure) were copied from Jeremy Felt, and my dotfiles were also inspired by (in any way):

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