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ReadMe.md

.dotfiles

I moved from bash to zsh as my daily-driver a few years ago.
Since then I have collected some neat settings, scripts, aliases and other niceties - not only for zsh, but also other CLI tools.

Install

Clone repo do your user directory

~/.dotfiles

and run ./install.sh

Definition for each file

  • zsh/settings
    Basic zsh settings
  • zsh/env
    Adds additional folders to the $PATH + the rest of the environment
  • zsh/alias
    Aliases and shortcuts
  • zsh/bindings
    Custom key bindings; mostly unused
  • zsh/scripts
    Small custom shell scripts & functions
  • zsh/ffmpeg
    FFmpeg helper functions
  • tmux/tmux.conf
    Settings for my tmux environment
  • ssh/settings
    Defaults for SSH connections
  • nanorc
    Settings for the nano editor
  • this-machine/zsh
    Preferences that only apply to the current machine (git-exluded)
  • this-machine/tmux.conf
    Preferences that only apply to the current machine (git-exluded)