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Common customizations for bash, vim, git etc.
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powerline-bash @ 2f34244 Back to emacs mode on bash, some other changes Dec 10, 2012
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.bash_profile
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.gitmodules Adding powerline-shell Apr 13, 2013
.gvimrc First commit Sep 3, 2012
.inputrc Adding inputrc for menu completion and vi mode fix Sep 4, 2012
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.vimrc update some config files Nov 15, 2015
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README.md
bash-powerline-screenshot.png Updating readme Sep 12, 2012
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README.md

dotfiles

I spend way too much time customizing vim/bash/terminal/younameit.

Vim

Here's how my MacVim window looks:

MacVim+Solarized+Powerline+CtrlP

Bash

Update: Moved the powerline-bash script to its own repository

I implemented a Powerline like prompt for Bash:

MacVim+Solarized+Powerline+CtrlP

  • Displays the current git branch
  • Changes color if the last command exited with a failure code
  • If you're too deep into a directory tree, shortens the displayed path with an ellipsis
  • It's all done in a Python script, so you could go nuts with it

The .bashrc also has a handy function for adding bash aliases for git commands, without losing bash completion:

MacVim+Solarized+Powerline+CtrlP

  • Make the vi command open files in a single MacVim window
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