These are my dotfiles. There are many like it, but these ones are mine.

Corey Prophitt 8cf8d748a0 Don't allow Instagram to hijack scrolling 1 month ago
alacritty 1a1c6baac8 Updated configs 2 months ago
cmus 9cd7ff624f Added Monokai theme for cmus 2 years ago
firefox 8cf8d748a0 Don't allow Instagram to hijack scrolling 1 month ago
git b6baf19e94 Updated gitconfig 2 months ago
irb 53854cd75b Updated irbrc 9 months ago
python 59ba73624c Linted pythonstartup 5 years ago
screen 0c0ce24792 Revert "Removed screenrc" 4 years ago
terminal.app 59c994c080 Added solarized theme to dotfiles 2 years ago
tmux ef62f005e4 Fixed tmux config 9 months ago
vim a6741b9d49 Added vim tmux navigator 3 months ago
zsh 1773702450 Reverted lt alias 2 months ago
.gitignore 6683778e2a Cleaned up .gitignore 5 years ago
README.md bf95886f0e Updated the readme 2 months ago

README.md

dotfiles

A collection of personal dotfiles

Installation

First, clone the dotfiles onto your system,

  1. git clone https://prophitt.me/corey/dotfiles.git
  2. Symlink any desired configurations onto the local system

Vim Notes

Vim contains an extra step. First and foremost all Vim plugins are managed by Vundle and it should be installed manually. After Vundle is installed and the .vimrc file is symlinked, all you need to do is run :PluginInstall within Vim and all plugins will be installed automatically.

Setting up Vundle is easy,

  1. git clone https://github.com/VundleVim/Vundle.vim.git ~/.vim/bundle/Vundle.vim
  2. Within vim, run :PluginInstall

Note, if using NeoVim:

  1. Symlink ~/.vim to ~/.config/nvim/
  2. Symlink ~/.vimrc to ~/.config/nvim/init.vim

License

WTFPL