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Dotfiles

This is my dotfile repository. There are many like it, but this one is mine.

I did my best to make everything work as transparently as possible under both Linux and macOS.

Feel free to try out my dotfiles or use them as inspiration! If you have a suggestion, improvement or question, don't hesitate to open an issue.

Screenshot

macOS

Installation

Clone the dotfiles repository.

$ cd ~
$ git clone https://github.com/JDevlieghere/dotfiles.git
$ cd dotfiles

Use the bootstrap script to do everything from synchronizing the files to installing additional fonts.

$ ./bootstrap.sh
Usage: bootstrap.sh [options]

   -s, --sync             Synchronizes dotfiles to home directory
   -i, --install          Install (extra) software
   -f, --fonts            Copies font files
   -c, --config           Configures your system
   -a, --all              Does all of the above

$ ./bootstrap.sh -a

If you decide to use this configuration as is, don't forget to change your name and e-mail address in the .gitconfig and .hgrc files.

Application Configurations

vim

After having used YouCompleteMe for a long time I switched to LSP and clangd. I wrote a blog post on how to set it up.

tmux

To enable italics you will need to compile and install tmux.terminfo.

tic -x tmux.terminfo

fish

I use fish shell. On macOS you'll have to add fish's path to /etc/shells.

chsh -s $(which fish)

Other Useful Stuff

Acknowledgements


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