Home: dotfiles, including
.vim and plugins
Currently contains a nifty
vimrc, and some plugins:
In addition, I wrote my own plugin for using Vim as a
- Pathogen: superseded
- vim-colorschemes: replaced
with just the
- eregex.vim: didn’t use it enough
- ctrlp.vim: superseded by
- LaTeX-Box: superseded by
Setting up usually goes:
- Clone to a folder, say
~/home(recursively, so that the zsh plugin is pulled in)
- Copy files from there:
cp ~/home/. ~/ -ar
vim -c PlugUpdate
vim -c PlugUpgrade
.vim used to be in a separate repo, then I merged it into home.
curlwc.sh: This script uses curl(1) to download the target file in parts. Not very robust.
mtcd.sh: This script mounts all arguments in directories within
~/cdrom(as ISO9660 images), and also handles unmounting.
These and more can be found on my scripts repo.
A CV template in LaTeX (modified from one obtained online, original included):
A Cann Table
|0||Arsenal (0) Aston Villa (0) Bournemouth (0) Brighton (0) Burnley (0) Chelsea (0) Crystal Palace (0) Everton (0) Leicester (0) Liverpool (0) Man City (0) Man Utd (0) Newcastle (0) Norwich (0) Sheff Utd (0) Southampton (0) Tottenham (0) Watford (0) West Ham (0) Wolves (0)|
I have followed the banding used by @7amkickoff. This table was updated weekly via a cronjob. The data is scraped from the PL site without any permission. Hopefully this will count as personal use. :)