Is anyone aware of a good tutorial on setting up .vimrc to pull from git on each fresh Linux install?

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  • dotfiles

    I store all my $HOME config files in a bare repository, as shown in this Atlassian tutorial, it’s served me well on setting up new machines quickly. And I use vim-plug for managing vim plugins, here’s my repo if it helps: https://gitlab.com/henxing/dotfiles

  • dotfiles

    Dotfiles for git configuration, aliases, and functions (by jm96441n)

    Dotfiles are definitely what you want, if you want some inspiration mine are https://github.com/jm96441n/dotfiles (the Readme needs to be updated, but following from the install.sh should give you an idea of how the installation works)

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    Yet Another Dotfiles Manager

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  • dotfiles

    Trevor's configuration preferences; I'm sure you care (by flwyd)

    Instead of having my .vimrc in a Github dotfiles repository, I create several smaller .vim files with chunks of functionality, and put those scripts in a dotfiles repository. The .vimrc is then a short list of lines like source ~/dotfiles/vim/core.vim.

  • nix

    Nix, the purely functional package manager

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    In case you want to check how this works: Arch install script, dotfiles.

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    My personal dotfiles (by tralph3)

    In case you want to check how this works: Arch install script, dotfiles.

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