I manage my dotfiles using chezmoi.
I mainly use Doom Emacs, but I also maintain my Neovim configured with some bling just in case I need to pop up an editor for a quick edit in the terminal. Speaking of the terminal, I use alacritty. It’s fast. In it, I live at all times inside tmux.
I use solarized on almost everything.
- tmux/tmux: terminal multiplexer
- junegunn/fzf: A command-line fuzzy finder
- chmln/sd: Intuitive find & replace CLI (sed alternative)
- theryangeary/choose: A human-friendly and fast alternative to cut and (sometimes) awk
- mgdm/htmlq: Like jq, but for HTML
- sharkdp/fd: A simple, fast and user-friendly alternative to ‘find’
- eradman/entr: Run arbitrary commands when files change
- sachaos/viddy: Modern watch command
- jhspetersson/fselect: Find files with SQL-like queries
- wayned/rsync: fast incremental file transfer
- rclone/rclone: rsync for cloud storage
- twpayne/chezmoi: Manage your dotfiles across multiple diverse machines, securely.