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README.md

Pablo Caro's dotfiles

These are the configuration files I use in Linux and OS X to feel like home everywhere. They include personalizations to vim, bash, git, and some other stuff I like. Usually, everything that is not obvious or auto descriptive is reasonably well commented.

Everything is linked to its place, not copied. The bin folder, instead, is merged: files inside dotfiles/bin are linked into ~/bin, but existing files in the ~/bin folder will be kept. In any other case, existing files and folders will be renamed to .whatever.bak and replaced.

Install

cd
git clone https://github.com/pcaro90/dotfiles.git
dotfiles/install.sh

Vim

Vim files are inside the vim folder. The vimrc file is well explained, and with folding markers dividing the file in categories. I use the fantastic Vundle to manage the plugins I have installed. The Vundle Configuration category lists and briefly explains all the plugins.

Note that some plugins (like Syntastic) require additional software to work properly, which is not automatically installed.

License

Copyright (c) 2013 Pablo Caro. All Rights Reserved.

Pablo Caro <me@pcaro.es> - http://pcaro.es/

See LICENSE file.