by Christof Glaser
etc/bashrc-- An eclectic bash profile.
Current state: Works For Me™, a.k.a. Βητα, a.k.a. Beta-eta-tau-alpha. See the comments.
- Distinguishes Darwin (BSD) and Linux.
- History per directory (default) or per terminal, plus a global command archive.
- Directory stack aliased to
- Directory change hook (in
prompt_callback), e.g. to display a TODO or README file.
- "Session Restore" on startup: current per-tty directory is saved and cd'd into upon startup.
- Common aliases: shortcuts considered useful.
- Common path setup: the usual
./script(for Rails and the like).
- Git branch and status display in prompt.
- Can exec a command instead of dropping user to the prompt: Set
EXEC_IMMEDIATELYto command before invoking bash.
- Uses color for
man, and the prompt.
- Certainly abuses 'certainly'. But see the comments.
`etc/gitconfig`` -- A basic git default config.
Needs editing to be useful: just insert your name and email address.
- Defines some common aliases.
- Enables colour.
etc/gitignore-global-- Global ignore settings for git.
etc/irbrc-- For Ruby's irb to load a ~/.railsrc when in a Rails project.
etc/psqlrc-- An eclectic psql (PostgreSQL interactive client) profile.
It has neither known bugs nor comments.
* Prompt showing user and database. * Per-Database History. * Always uses PAGER -- works well with less set to exit-if-single-page.
etc/toprc-- A colourful config for top.
etc/railsrc-- Useful methods for Rails, grabbed from the internets.
etc/vimrc-- A basic Vim config, with syntax highlighting.
xemacs/init.el-- An eclectic init.el, with keybindings and stuff.
Actually works as well for Emacsen without X in their name.
xemacs/custom.el-- Emacs preferred colours and such.
Sublime Edit 2/My Hallow's Flat.tmTheme-- A color scheme based on All Hallow's Eve.
- High readability, great for scanning code.
- Function names in definitions stand out (white, bold and italic). You might want to use a font with good-looking italics, like Microsoft Consolas.
- Punctuation is somewhat subdued.
- Colors are distinct, but not too contrasty.
- Loud colors from All Hallow's Eve are changed to more pleasant hues.
- Colors match the Flatland theme.
Sublime Edit 2/My Flatland.sublime-theme-- Tweaks for the awesome Flatland theme.
- Square Tabs show more text while using less space.
- Two-pixel black separator for multiple view layouts.
- Install git (package git-core in Debian/Ubuntu and BSD ports)
git clone git://github.com/scivi/dotfiles.git
sh ./install.shIt creates symlinks in your $HOME, so you can benefit from future updates, easily merge your own changes etc, courtesy of git. It keeps copies of existing files, date/time appended to their name.
- edit .gitconfig: change name and email.
- source ~/.bashrc
- For Sublime Edit, install the Flatland theme (via Package Control).
- Tell your Sublime Edit to use the Flatland theme and the My Hallow's Flat color scheme.
- cd $dotfiles-directory # whereever you put it.
- git pull
remove symlinks to dotfile dir:
rm .psqlrc .bashrc .gitconfig
restore backups made on installation: ignore the *, use tab completion.
mv .bashrc-*-* .bashrc # and so on for each file.
Comments, Bug Reports, Enhancements
Via github at
https://github.com/scivi/dotfiles or write to
The scripts are supplied "as-is". Use on your own risk. Read them first.
Some portions are gathered and copied from various places in the net. See the comments. Especially for xemacs/init.el I lost track where it came from.