Everything lives in my Emacs config now. Go there
Thanks for checking out my dotfiles
There's no place like ~/.DotFiles
Back in the day
I've started with a lot of borrowed stuff from random forums and websites created around 1998.
Then I switched to oh-my-zsh. Then I removed it. Then I switched back to Bash.
This repo is not a framework or anything. I've been stripping down the dependencies so that the configs and tweaks stay as small as possible.
Here's what you'll find here:
I've written and accumulated a lot of scripts which help me with my
day-to-day tasks. Some are quite useful (
git- extensions), some
are somewhat-useful (
fcrypt) and some are just ridiculous (
The rest are of course configs for various pieces of software I use every day.
(where most of the stuff happens anyway)
- My Emacs configuration can be found at lukaszkorecki/cult-leader
85% of my time I'm working in a Linux VM (powered by lukaszkorecki/dev-machine so it's guaranteed that these configs will work in Linux.
The other 15% is spent in OSX so I make sure stuff works there too.
You'll need this:
cd ~ git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:lukaszkorecki/DotFiles.git .DotFiles # it HAS to be .DotFiles cd .DotFiles make setup
Here's a list of tools I can't work without:
- Bash (4.1+)
- Emacs 24.5
Programming languages I use