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- Pathogen: superseded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- ctrlp.vim: superseded by
- LaTeX-Box: superseded by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
|6||Leicester (5) Everton (4) Arsenal (4) Liverpool (3) Crystal Palace (3)|
|3||Tottenham (2) Wolves (2) Brighton (1) Leeds (0) Chelsea (0) Newcastle (-1)|
|0||Aston Villa (0) Man City (0) Burnley (-2) Man Utd (-2) Sheff Utd (-2) West Ham (-3) Fulham (-4) Southampton (-4) West Brom (-6)|
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. :)