Colourful & robust OS X configuration files and utilities.
Installation is done with simple command set (see “building system from scratch” for setup of new system):
curl --silent https://raw.githubusercontent.com/paulmillr/dotfiles/master/install.sh | sh
- NO DEPENDENCIES!
- Syntax highlighting
- Automatic setting up of terminal tab / window title to current dir
rmmoves file to the OS X trash
- A bunch of useful functions:
extract archive.tar.bz— unpack any archive (supports many extensions)
ram safari— show app RAM usage
openfiles— real-time disk usage monitoring with
loc py coffee js html css— count lines of code in current dir in a colourful way.
ff file-name-or-pattern- fast recursive search for a file name in directories.
curl http://site/v1/api.json | json- pretty-print JSON
aes-dec- safely encrypt files.
- Neat git extras:
git commit -m ... && git push
git pr <pull-req> [origin]for fetching pull request branches
git cleanup— clean up merged git branches. Very useful if you’re doing github pull requests in topic branches.
git summary— outputs commit email statistics.
git release— save changes, tag commit. If used on node.js project, also push to npm.
git url- opens GitHub repo for current git repo.
- homesick / homeshick-compatible
bin— files that are symlinked to any directory with binaries in
etc— various stuff like osx text substitutions / hosts backup
git-extras— useful git functions, defined in
home/gitconfig. Don't forget to change your git author to a proper name.
home— files that are symlinked to
sublime— sublime text 2 theme & settings
terminal— terminal theme & prompt
Building system from scratch (reminder)
- Install "Source Code Pro" font.
- Install XCode & its Command Line Tools.
- Change Terminal.app theme to
- Change default shell to ZSH:
chsh -s /bin/zsh.
- Insert proper hosts from
- Clone this project (dotfiles RECURSIVELY
--recursive) and run
- Download the Yosemite style Sublime Text icon (instructions on usage are included in download)
- Install Sublime packages with Package Control: "Seti UI"
The MIT license.
Copyright (c) 2013 Paul Miller (http://paulmillr.com/)
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