25 Jun 2022
You can find everything that I use for my dotfiles here.
I used to use oh-my-zsh but stopped. I was using it for prompts and themes only, so I decided to just pull those in instead.
Additionally, I’m not familiar with the internals of oh-my-zsh. I like to know the internal workings of personal scripts I run.
(I have a similar opinion and approach to Emacs setups.)
setup.sh is a script for setting up my environment with symlinks, downloading tools I need, etc.
I have my own setup scripts for the same reasons why I stopped using oh-my-zsh. There are many tools I could use for this, but like oh-my-zsh I would only be using the bare minimum.
Using my dotfiles
You can find instructions on how to use my dotfiles here and below.
git clone https://github.com/cyrialize/dotfiles.git "$HOME/Code/dotfiles" chmod +x $HOME/Code/dotfiles/setup.sh $HOME/Code/dotfiles/setup.sh
❯ ./setup.sh -a On MacOS! Symlink /Users/jonny/Code/dotfiles/.zshrc to /Users/jonny/.zshrc exists Symlink /Users/jonny/Code/dotfiles/.global_gitconfig to /Users/jonny/.gitconfig exists Pure prompt is already installed! Updating... Already up to date. base16 shell themes are already installed! Updating... Already up to date. Installing/Updating 4 applications ---------- Already installed: fortune Version: fortune 9708 ---------- Already installed: cowsay Version: cowsay 3.04_1 ---------- Already installed: ripgrep Version: ripgrep 13.0.0 ---------- Already installed: font-hack ----------