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Mikkel Høghs dotfiles.
VimL Shell Python PHP
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antigen @ dc9be95 Added Antigen.
vim Tweaks for editing Markdown.
.gitignore Switching to vim-addons-manager.
.gitmodules Added Antigen.
README.markdown Adding README.markdown.
bash_profile Initial commit of my dotfiles.
bashrc Load tmuxinator if available.
cvsrc Fixed accidental 'cat ' in cvs diff options
gitconfig Use new tracking semantics.
gitignore Ignore npm-debug.log files.
gvimrc Let MacVim set its own size.
hgrc Adding hgrc for Mercurial.
inputrc Initial commit of my dotfiles.
iterm2_shell_integration.zsh Support for iterm2 3.0 shell integration.
jshintrc Use default value for shadow.
jslintrc Adding my JSLint config.
linkdotfiles Don’t use hardlinks, causes wierd issues with zsh.
liquidpromptrc Added liquidprompt config.
mailfilter Adding mailfilter settings and muttrc.
muttrc Adding mailfilter settings and muttrc.
siegerc Adding gvimrc and siegerc.
tidyconf Settings for HTML tidy.
tmux.conf A small fix for the benefit of tmuxinator.
vimrc New Syntastic setting.
zlogin Less offensive, smaller cow.
zshenv Use composer bin folder.
zshrc Support for iterm2 3.0 shell integration.


Dotfiles in Git

I've recently discovered that keeping your dotfiles in git is one of the neatest tricks since sliced bread. I've taken the time to make a little Python script that symlinks all the dotfiles here to your homedir.

To use these dotfiles (or customise the set up for your own use):

  1. git clone git:// - you might want to rename the resulting dotfiles folder to something else. I keep mine in ~/.dotfiles.git but anywhere should work.
  2. Customise the RC-files to your own liking and add your own.
  3. Run python linkdotfiles in the folder you checked it out. Use the -f option if you want your old dotfiles to be overwritten (otherwise, linkdotfiles will only link those that do not exist).
  4. Optionally, set up a central git repository so you can share your dotfiles across your machines. (If you don't have your own server for that sort of thing, you can fork my repository on Github.
  5. Enjoy.
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