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hello, and welcome! this is the place that i store my dotfiles.

i have

  • zsh/starship configuration
  • hand-picked fontconfig fonts
  • neovim!
  • different user-dirs and some cool default apps

zsh plugins

i'm currently not using oh-my-zsh (bloat and bad), i'm using git submodules to keep track of it.

the plugins i'm currently using are:

  • zsh-completions and zsh-autosuggestions
  • git-aliases
  • zsh-bd
  • zsh-syntax-highlighting
  • zsh-vi-mode

the starship prompt changes accordingly the current mode zsh is in.

nvim plugins

i'm using lazy.nvim to manage my plugins. here's what i've got

  • gruvbox.nvim (ofc)
  • nvim-treesitter (eyecandy is everything)
  • telescope

i'm planning on adding more (probably this section will be edited today), and i'm having much fun after the last refactor (commit 8abb5dc6df)

cloning this repo

i manage my dotfiles using a bare git repository. here's a quick rundown on how to get this dotfiles for yourself:

alias cfg="git --git-dir=$HOME/.local/share/dotfiles-repo/ --work-tree=$HOME"
git clone --bare http://git.vern.cc/vitorg/dots "$HOME/.local/share/dotfiles-repo"
cfg checkout

if you find an issue while performing the last command, you'll probably have a list of files you already have in your ~. if that's the case, then move/delete them and try again

and finally:

cfg config --local status.showUntrackedFiles no

this is mostly for my personal use tho lol