It's the 10th day of the dotfiles advent calendar while I'm sick. This article is my own discretion and prejudice, and I have picked up some that may be helpful in creating and expanding dotfiles. I haven't picked up anything deep. I would like to come to review it about once a year so that it will not become old (if you just think about it, it's free). If you have any recommendations for this, please let us know in the comments and articles.
I think dotfiles are used for different people, so this article may not be very helpful to anyone who has too different attributes from me.
--Still 5 years of experience Server-side developers of web applications --OS: Mainly macOS. I have Ubuntu in the sub. --Shell: Bash, Zsh --Editor: Vim (1 year)-> Sublime Text 2/3 (Vim binding) (3.5 years)-> VSCode (Vim binding) (0.5 years) --Language: Mainly Ruby, Typescript, Rust, etc.
However, if you look at Occasionally VSCodeVim Festival (yesterday), you can still use Vim quietly, and VS Code is a sub when writing MD or UML. I also feel like it.
――At first, I was trying to write some scripts for environment construction and application construction with Gist. --In the beginning of 2015, I read Qiita --The strongest dotfiles driven development and operation method managed by GitHub, and all the developers are breeding Tamagotchi called dotfiles. Knowing that he is working hard to mature the sauce, he started to grow from scratch, focusing on Zsh + Prezto, Vim, and Sublime. --In the middle of 2019, I decided to review all the development environment, and while reselecting tools and devices, Github --paulirish / dotfiles and [Github --atomantic / dotfiles]( Started growing new dotfiles based on https://github.com/atomantic/dotfiles)
Some people will make it from scratch, but the title is Zach Holman --Dotfiles Are Meant to Be Forked. As you can see, dotfiles don't have to be created from scratch. You may take it for granted, but surprisingly, some people who aren't using dotfiles or who have little development experience have the idea of starting with making their own lipo. I will. actually,
--People who use other people's dotfiles exactly as they are --A person who forks and expands other people's as you like --People who take good care of various dotfiles
There are many people who say that, so please feel free to give it a try.
Ultimately, the purpose of using dotfiles is to increase productivity, so if you don't feel like it and can't get started, or if you spend a lot of effort creating dotfiles, find your favorite dotfiles and leave it as it is. I think it's a good idea to use it and expand it each time you feel inconvenience.
Then, I hope that this dotfiles can be used in this environment, and it is easy to find that it has such features, this way of using it, this is convenient, but just searching for "dotfiles" on Github hits nearly 130,000. I do (although I can narrow it down, of course), and personal blogs here and there say that my dotfiles look like this, and I feel that the information is not very well organized. So, I wrote this article with the intention of starting with a little summary.
-Qiita --Welcome to the world of dotfiles
This is an article by the owner of this Advent calendar, yutakatay. What are dotfiles, how to get started, what to manage, and bring the gospel of dotfiles in a gentle and easy-to-understand way. It's also very good because there are techniques that people who are already using dotfiles will want to adopt.
The OS written here is mainly intended for use, and most of the dotfiles scripts introduced here are written to work with POSIX implementations.
The dotfiles lipo with the most stars. The settings and tools are relatively straightforward, neatly divided and easy to expand. Of the top 10 stardotfiles, at least two are forked from this lipo and are also referenced in other lipos. There are some old scripts, but you can use them as they are by playing around with them. The macOS configuration script is being evaluated.
These are dotfiles made from a variety of popular dotfiles. It's set up in every detail, so I think it's very good for people who want to develop according to the tools without thinking, rather than expanding and growing.
These are dotfiles published by Thoughtbot, which is famous for developing many famous gems. It also contains Vim plugins for Ruby and Rails. I get the impression that at least the common items that everyone uses are included. It is used using the dotfiles manager called rcm, which will be described later.
It's a relatively new lipo created in 2017, but it seems to be gaining popularity. I extended this and put it in the sub Ubuntu while also referring to Building a fashionable environment that is easy to use on Mac level with Ubuntu. But it's uselessly fashionable and nice.
The macOS settings (not just the defaults command) are well documented and often helpful.
These are b4b4r07's dotfiles that appear in this article as well as a reference article. There is a sense of security because it is less dependent on the environment and applications and plug-ins, and it is cool to go with minimal rhythm.
I will add a word when I have the energy to write.
Zsh Zsh tends to get heavier while putting in a plug-in manager and putting in a plug-in, but recently there are many performance-conscious ones, so while using it, it becomes a really important plug-in. I think the strategy of narrowing down is good.
Fish not yet
-Github --mathiasbynens / dotfiles (repost)
As for the macOS setting script, if you run it all at once, the behavior will be strange or it will not suit your taste, and you will not know which command was set by which command, so what command to do is correct. I think it's a good idea to check and try a few lines at a time.
defaultscommand, but also various useful settings for macOS. I feel like I should use these dotfiles already.
I'm an editor refugee, so I'll check it out, thinking about returning to Vim. In fact, the main editors for dotfiles introduced above are all Vim, so I think you should look there. People using Vim bindings in other editors should also find it helpful.
-Qiita --Vim plugins and .vimrc settings that I would like to recommend for Vimmers aiming to get rid of beginners ―― Qiita ――If you master vim, it will be an IDE comparable to vscode, right? --Exposing the strongest vimrc.
I'm a little dissatisfied with the pane operation, and sometimes there are problems (such as cooperation with the snippet function) when using it with Vim binding, but it is easy.
Especially for those who are thinking about getting started with dotfiles.
-[Qiita --Welcome to the world of dotfiles #gitignore settings for dotfiles](https://qiita.com/yutakatay/items/c6c7584d9795799ee164#dotfiles%E7%94%A8%E3%81%AEgitignore%E3%81 % AE% E8% A8% AD% E5% AE% 9A) (repost)
Refer to here and use
.gitignore as a whitelist and do not commit extra files.
--Don't have important data as a local file in the first place Bitwarden, 1Password, LastPass You can manage it with .lastpass.com /) and get it using CLI
-Github Help-Remove Sensitive Data from Repository
In the unlikely event that you commit, immediately delete the data referring to here, change the password, recreate the key, re-register, etc.
Looking at the various dotfiles lipos, I learned the obvious lesson that well-documented ones aren't popular, but most popular ones are generally well-documented.
Enjoy your dotfiles life! (Momentum)