~rbdr/dotfiles

My dotfiles
f2b3146a — Ruben Beltran del Rio 2 months ago
Use more nvim based plugins
04dc6d82 — Ruben Beltran del Rio 2 months ago
New color scheme
66eb9e76 — Ruben Beltran del Rio 3 months ago
Improve mouse integrations

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#Dotfiles

To set up run ./install

It provides configuration for:

  • nvim
  • tmux
  • zsh
  • git
  • ripgrep
  • tmuxp
  • kitty
  • karabiner
  • weechat
  • nethack
  • terminfo italics support
  • yabai & skhdc
  • asdf

#Prerequisites

The scripts here have support for brew, pacman, or apt. Install brew with: /bin/bash -c "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/HEAD/install.sh)"

It might also be a good idea to install the xcode command line tools with xcode-select --install

#Provisioning

These dotfiles include some provisioning scripts for brew, pacman, and apt.

To set up run ./provision <recipe> where <recipe> is one of:

  • essential
  • nice
  • cask_essential (only brew)
  • cask_nice (only brew)

To see what each recipe installs, check the files under provisioning/

#Local zshrc

For local modifications to the zshrc create ~/.zshrc.local.

#Local vim overrides

For local modifications to your neovim init create ~/.config/nvim/lua/init_local.lua

#Environment modification

In order to specify the environment in the prompt, create a function called env_info_provider and echo your environment details (eg. dev, staging, production)

#LSP & Neovim

For the LSP to work, some external dependencies might be needed. As some of these depend on what version asdf has loaded, or specific projects, they're not included by default.

See [the nvim-lspconfig docs][lsp] for more info. [lsp]: https://github.com/neovim/nvim-lspconfig/blob/master/doc/server_configurations.md

#Private Files

There are some potentially sensitive files included. They're PGP encrypted. If you need them you can run ./sensitive. To update them if they change, run ./sensitive update instead.

For passwords, make sure you have setup the pass store.