These are the configuration files (aka "dot files") for various terminal based
applications that I use normally (or have used). These should all be able to be
used without an X server running. I have a
vim config, but it was large enough
and changed enough that I am putting it in its own repo.
zsh ack git tmux screen weechat mutt ncmpcpp
Included is a script to setup and manage the configs. To call it, just run:
./setup.sh init to install the applications (some are commented out) and link the
configs in this repo to the home locations (NOTE: it will not overwrite any files
that already exist there). This is currently geared towards Arch Linux, over time,
I hope to include other distros to this. You can also just run
to link the files without installing anything.
Scripts & Stuff
There are a few functions and scripts. Under
tmux/functions.zsh there are some
aliases that will get symlinked into the zsh folder to allow some sensible usage for
tmux in regards to attaching to sessions and such. The
git-subrm script and the
git-pair scripts should be symlinked into your path and add on some git
subcommands that add some functionality I have found useful.
git pair will take
a list of names passed in as arguments and generate a local git username that is the
global git username and the provided usernames in a sorted, "and" separated list.
git-subrm script attempts to remove a git submodule from both the repo files
and the actual directory.