Building my own dotfiles
loads of inspiration from @garybernhardt, @holman, @swaroopch, @rbates, and the likes.
Thanks to the guy who wrote something like "Vim-Revisited" and some other guy who wrote "Coming home to Vim". I'm sticking to Vim just because of them.
- Copy and place the contents of the install folder in your $HOME directory
- Run 'rake vim:destroy' to remove existing vim files in home directory.
- Run 'rake vim:link' to symlink the .vimrc, .gvimrc files and the .vim directory.
- Create the following directories in $HOME/.vim-tmp: bckp, swap, undo
Note to self: Terminator Preferences
- font: DejaVu Sans Mono Book/11 (comes with ubuntu)
- background: #1C1C1C
- text: #FFFFFF
- scrollback: 512 lines
- default size: 80 columns, 55 rows