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README.md

weikinhuang's dotfiles

Installation

Install dotfiles with auto bootstrap

This will by default install dotfiles in the home directory with all options enabled

curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/weikinhuang/dotfiles/master/bootstrap.sh | sh

To change the install directory

export DT_DIR=/tmp; curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/weikinhuang/dotfiles/master/bootstrap.sh | sh

To disable git or vim

export DT_GIT=1; export DT_VIM=1; curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/weikinhuang/dotfiles/master/bootstrap.sh | sh

Install dotfiles with Git

You can clone the repository wherever you want, the home directory is recommended.

The bootstrapper script will create symlinks in the home directory to the proper files.

When the git repo is updated, the files will be automatically updated when the session is restarted.

cd; git clone https://github.com/weikinhuang/dotfiles.git .dotfiles && cd .dotfiles && ./bootstrap.sh

To update later on, just run git pull in ~/.dotfiles.

Install dotfiles without Git

To source these files, type:

cd; mkdir ~/.dotfiles 2> /dev/null && curl -#L https://github.com/weikinhuang/dotfiles/tarball/master | tar -C ~/.dotfiles -xzv --strip-components 1 && cd ~/.dotfiles && ./bootstrap.sh

To update later on, just run that command again, and will create backups to the current files with a *.bak extension.

Additional options

Changing the install directory

cd; git clone https://github.com/weikinhuang/dotfiles.git .dotfiles && cd .dotfiles && ./bootstrap.sh --dir /tmp

Including .gitconfig in the setup with the --git options in the bootstrap

cd; git clone https://github.com/weikinhuang/dotfiles.git .dotfiles && cd .dotfiles && ./bootstrap.sh --git

Including .vim and .vimrc in the setup with the --vim options in the bootstrap

cd; git clone https://github.com/weikinhuang/dotfiles.git .dotfiles && cd .dotfiles && ./bootstrap.sh --vim

Including all options

cd; git clone https://github.com/weikinhuang/dotfiles.git .dotfiles && cd .dotfiles && ./bootstrap.sh --vim --git

Documentation

See all commands and changes.

Add custom commands

If ~/.bash_local exists, it will be sourced after the includes are sourced.

The Bash Prompt

[exitstatus jobs time load user@host workdir<dirinfo> (git info)]user symbol

The prompt

[06:00:00 0.00 user#host dir<4|2.4Mb> (կ master %)]λ 
[(E:1) 06:00:00 0.00 user#host dir<4|2.4Mb> (կ master %)]λ 
[(E:1) bg:2 06:00:00 0.00 user#host dir<4|2.4Mb> (կ master %)]λ 

When on ssh

on ssh ------------┐
[06:00:00 0.00 user@host dir<4|2.4Mb> (կ master %)]λ 

When logged in as root user

as root -------------------------------------------┐
[06:00:00 0.00 root@host dir<4|2.4Mb> (կ master %)]μ 

When sudo'd

as sudo ----------------┐
[06:00:00 user@host dir]π 

When on screen

in screen [screen name] -----------┐    ┌---window id
[06:00:00 0.00 user@12345.pts-01.host01[1] dir<4|2.4Mb> (կ master %)]λ 

PS2 prompt

[06:00:00 0.00 user#host dir<4|2.4Mb> (կ master %)]λ a '\
→ bcd'

When on screen host is replaced with session name and is underlined.

load = cpu% on cygwin

load = 1 min load avg on *nix/osx

Custom options for the PS1

Place these options in ~/.prompt_exports

Turn off the load indicator (speeds up the cygwin prompt by a bit)

export _PS1_HIDE_LOAD=1

Turn off the directory info

export _PS1_HIDE_DIR_INFO=1

Monochrome prompt

export _PS1_MONOCHROME=1

Custom colors for prompt

# general colors
PS1_COLOR_NORMAL='\[\e[m\]'
PS1_COLOR_BOLD='\[\e[1m\]'
PS1_COLOR_UNDERLINE='\[\e[4m\]'
PS1_COLOR_RESET='\[\e[0m\]'
PS1_COLOR_GREY='\[\e[38;5;244m\]'
PS1_COLOR_DARK_GREY='\[\e[38;5;235m\]'

# colors for individual parts of the bash prompt
PS1_COLOR_EXIT_ERROR='\[\e[38;5;196m\]'
PS1_COLOR_BG_JOBS='\[\e[38;5;42m\]'
PS1_COLOR_USER='\[\e[38;5;197m\]'
PS1_COLOR_HOST='\[\e[38;5;208m\]'
PS1_COLOR_HOST_SCREEN=$PS1_COLOR_UNDERLINE'\[\e[38;5;214m\]'
PS1_COLOR_WORK_DIR='\[\e[38;5;142m\]'
PS1_COLOR_WORK_DIRINFO='\[\e[38;5;35m\]'
PS1_COLOR_GIT='\[\e[38;5;135m\]'
PS1_COLOR_TIME_AM='\[\e[38;5;244m\]'
PS1_COLOR_TIME_PM='\[\e[38;5;033m\]'

# load avg colorization
PS1_COLOR_LOAD='
    loadcolors_0="\[\e[38;5;111m\]"
    loadcolors_1="\[\e[38;5;110m\]"
    loadcolors_2="\[\e[38;5;109m\]"
    loadcolors_3="\[\e[38;5;108m\]"
    loadcolors_4="\[\e[38;5;107m\]"
    loadcolors_5="\[\e[38;5;106m\]"
    loadcolors_6="\[\e[38;5;178m\]"
    loadcolors_7="\[\e[38;5;172m\]"
    loadcolors_8="\[\e[38;5;166m\]"
    loadcolors_9="\[\e[38;5;167m\]"
'

Custom symbols and variables for the bash prompt

# the symbol to be displayed when current the directory is readonly: "*"
PS1_SYMBOL_NO_WRITE_PWD='*'
# symbol to display when in a git branch: "կ "
PS1_SYMBOL_GIT_BRANCH="${PS1_COLOR_BOLD}$(echo -e '\xD5\xAF')${PS1_COLOR_NORMAL} "

# symbol to display when in ssh shell: "@"
PS1_SYMBOL_SSH='@'
# symbol to use when in a local shell: "#"
PS1_SYMBOL_LOCAL='#'

# symbol to use when user is a normal user: λ""
PS1_SYMBOL_USER="$(echo -e "\xCE\xBB")"
# symbol to use when user root: "μ"
PS1_SYMBOL_ROOT="$(echo -e "\xCE\xBC")"
# symbol to use when sudo'd as a normal user: "π"
PS1_SYMBOL_SU="$(echo -e "\xCF\x80\x0A")"

# hour to start the day color for time: 8:00am
PS1_DAY_START=8
# hour to start the night color for time: 6:00pm
PS1_DAY_END=18

The MySQL client Prompt

user@host [database]→ 

The Mongo client Prompt

host[database]> 
state[repl]#host [database]> 

.gitconfig

If using the gitconfig included in this repository, it is recommended that the user specific configurations be included in environment variables in ~/.bash_local for portability.

# git based configurations for portable .gitconfig
export GIT_AUTHOR_NAME=""
export GIT_AUTHOR_EMAIL=""
export GIT_COMMITTER_NAME="$GIT_AUTHOR_NAME";
export GIT_COMMITTER_EMAIL="$GIT_AUTHOR_EMAIL";
export GIT_HUB_API_TOKEN=""
cd; ln -s ~/.dotfiles/.gitconfig

common variables for ~/.bash_local

Use to tell common commands to use solarized-light colors

export __term_solarized_light=true

cd to this dir on login

export  START_DIR='~/Documents'

Use to determine a projects directory (shortcut with p)

export PROJECT_DIR='~/Documents/Projects'

Use to wrap common applications with cli usage (cygwin) will load dotenv/other/cygwin-exewrappers.sh

export __CYG_LOAD_WRAPPERS=true

Use to reduce load poll time (cygwin)

export __ps1_var_loadreloadtime=15

Installers

See available installers.

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