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dotFiles

A simple way to configure your bash shell as developer terminal.

Features

  • Bash custom developer prompt, nice colors, useful aliases…
  • Git default configuration, useful git alias, autocomplete by default, commit timer/log, prompt…
  • Sinatra and Ruby on Rails 2 & 3 smart alias (use the same for both).
  • Ruby, irb and rubygems default settings.
  • Ruby versions like rvm, rbenv inside your prompt.
  • Default rvm, rubygems default settings, rvm gemset and ruby version in prompt.

This is the current list of files:

dotfiles:

~/.bash/aliases
~/.bash/completion
~/.bash/config
~/.bash/prompt
~/.bash_profile
~/.bashrc
~/.gemrc
~/.gitconfig
~/.gitignore
~/.Guardfile
~/.guardrc
~/.hgignore_global
~/.irbrc
~/.pryrc
~/.rspec
~/.rvmrc
~/.smb/smb.conf
~/.vimrc

Requirements

Installation

1) Get it!

$ git clone https://github.com/mariozaizar/dotfiles.git;
$ cd dotfiles/;
$ rake help;

2) Install it!

Note: this will generate the files (for example ~/.gitconfig) and then it will copy this files inside your home directory (making backups if necessary). So, that means that we will REPLACE the original files, but creating a backup with *.old extension. Please go to 'Uninstall" section to see how to recover your original files.

$ rake install

*) Uninstall

$ rake uninstall