.cshrc.localI use C shell (tcsh) and not bash. Based on my experiences, I've observed that it is the preferred shell in the world of hardware engineering. I won't argue here, the discussion about bash vs. tcsh is not worth any of my spare cycles. I don't tend to need much more than the default settings and I seem to have converged on the following options:
set ignoreeof # Don't let ^D exit the shell
set notify # Print message when background jobs complete
set autoexpand # Expand history when completing
bindkey -k down history-search-forward # Essential, see my previous blog post
bindkey -k up history-search-backward
alias df 'df -h' # Print sizes in human readable format
alias du 'du -h'
alias g 'egrep -i' # Default to egrep and ignore case
alias h 'history'
alias l 'less'
alias la 'ls -a'
alias ll 'ls -l'
alias ls 'ls --color'
alias rg 'g -r' # Alias for recursive grep
alias vi 'vim' # Shortcut for vim and gvim
alias gi 'gvim'
.vimrcIt wasn't until I switch to vim (not vi) that I begun to call myself not-an-emacs user. I have never been comfortable with legacy vi key mappings, so I disable compatibility within vim. In addition to that setting, I typically set the following ones:
" Allow backspace to work in insert mode
" Use VIM settings, rather than Vi settings
" " Enable default ruler and always display status line
" Indentation, use spaces not tabs
rxvt and .XdefaultsI use the rxvt-native package for my Cygwin console rather than Microsoft's vanilla console or (name of your variant of) xterm + X11 server. It works very well. To run rxvt.exe, I created a shortcut to the following command line:
E:\cygwin\bin\rxvt.exe -display :0 -fn "Lucida Console-14" -tn rxvt-cygwin-native -e /bin/tcsh -l
Rather than use option -rv for reverse video (dark background, light foreground), I set the following options in my .Xdefaults file. rxvt-native will use the values specified in this file even though it does not require an X server.
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