Here you are able to find the config file for the programs I am
using. This is on the one hand meant to let you know how I do my things
(and so give you some hints), and on the other hand to give you a chance to
help me if I'm doing just crap. So feel free to mail
me any comments you have on this...
First of all there is the root of all evil, the file for the shell,
the ~/.bashrc file. You will notice some special
settings in there: I try to move everything off my homedirectory.
I've made a
~/etc/ directory into which I move those things.
If you know some programs that I am using that can be configured with
environment-variables (not commandline options!) to move their
runtime-configuration files off their special place, it would be greatly
appreciated if you could inform me about that.
Next there are the files for vim: The ~/.vimrc,
the mysyntaxfile.vim and the
myfiletypefile.vim which can be located
wherever you like (according to my vimrc it's in
This three files are quite well documented and have a meaningful (to my
likes ;) setup.
Furthermore I offer you my files for slrn:
~/.slrnrc. I did seperate the
color-, keymap- and the
personal-settings into seperate files, for comfort ;-)
Also you can take a look at my ~/.muttrc. Here
I have seperated the color-, the
keymap- and the personal settings, too.
So far, thank you for you attention. And feel free to
send any comments on the file, the page or
anything else you might think I am interested in (this does not