Dotfiles and automations that make my life easier (or harder lol)
Prezto A lightweight zsh configuration framework with sensible defaults. It's fast, too!
Homebrew The Missing Package Manager for MacOS (or Linux)
Mac App Store CLI A CLI for the Mac App Store. Installs all your favorite apps in just 1 line!
Hammerspoon Staggeringly powerful MacOS desktop automation with Lua
Neovim A modern, ground up rewrite of Vim
Kitty A fast, GPU based terminal alternative to iTerm
Tmux Create, split, save, move terminal tabs easily all within one window.
Fzf The fastest way to search for ANYTHING on your computer
Forgit Use git interactively. Powered by fzf
PowerLevel10k A zsh theme that emphasizes speed, flexibility and an out-of-the-box experience
./install.sh. You'll have to run
./install all or pick the section you'd like to run.
Files that store personal info or api keys are gitignored. Make sure you either comment these references out, or set them up:
~/.local/share/fonts/Symbols-2048-em Nerd Font Complete.ttf
Neovim is a fork and drop-in replacement for vim. in most cases, you would not notice a difference between the two, other than Neovim allows plugins to run asynchronously so that they do not freeze the editor, which is the main reason I have switched over to it. Vim and Neovim both use Vimscript and most plugins will work in both (all of the plugins I use do work in both Vim and Neovim). For this reason, they share the same configuration files in this setup. Neovim uses the XDG base directory specification which means it won't look for a
.vimrc in your home directory. Instead, its configuration looks like the following:
|Main Configuration File||
I've been working on my dotfiles for over 8 years. A lot of it is thanks to the community and some of my favorite people / projects: