My Default Shell Configuration - Oh-my-zsh

###History of my default shell
I started to learn C Shell because of the part-time job I had got during university. They were using FreeBSD as the default working environment. At the second year of the job, I tried Tcsh and Bash, then made Bash my default shell.

From time to time, I started to use Mac in recent years and also changed to use zsh.

###What is Z Shell ?

Zsh is a shell designed for interactive use, although it is also a powerful scripting language.

[http://www.zsh.org/]

The reason I use zsh is all about Oh my zsh

###What is OH MY ZSHELL ?

oh-my-zsh is an open source, community-driven framework for managing your ZSH configuration. It comes bundled with a ton of helpful functions, helpers, plugins, themes, and few things that make you shout…

###How to Install?
Check Setup section

###My Configuration

  • Basic

    #Theme (with git status character)
    ZSH_THEME="dpoggi"
    CASE_SENSITIVE="true"
    #Aliases of zsh
    alias zshconfig="vim ~/.zshrc"
    alias ohmyzsh="vim ~/.oh-my-zsh"
    #Prevent tragedy
    alias rm='rm -i'
    source $ZSH/oh-my-zsh.sh
  • Node.js Related

    . ~/.nvm/nvm.sh
    nvm use default
    . <(npm completion)
  • Autojump - Very useful tool for jumping to path i’ve visit most

    #autojump
    [[ -s `brew --prefix`/etc/autojump.sh ]] && . `brew --prefix`/etc/autojump.sh
  • Plugins Summary

    plugins=(brew copydir copyfile encode64 git node osx rsync sublime urltools vagrant)
    • brew

      • brews : List installed brews
    • copydir & copyfile

      • copydir : Copy current directory
      • copyfile $file : Copy specific file
      • Use copypaste > [filename] to paste file/dir to whereever you want
    • encode64

      • encode64 myfile : Encode myfile, shortcut e64
      • decode64 myfile : Decode myfile, shortcut d64
    • git

      • Enable a punch of alias and auto completion
    • github
      • empty_gh repo : Create empty Github repository repo
      • exist_gh repo : Add existed project to repository repo
    • node
      • node-docs domain : Open Node.js document of current version of node and go to domain section
    • osx Very Useful
      • tab : Open new tab
      • vsplit_tab : Vertical split tab
      • split_tab : Horizontal split tab
      • pfd : Current directory of Finder
      • pfs : Current file of Finder
      • cdf : Change directory(cd) to current directory of Finder
      • pushdf : Remember current directory of Finder
      • quick-look myfile : Open a quick look window of myfile like selecting file in Finder
      • man-preview ls : Open a preview window with ls‘s manual
      • trash myfile : Move myfile to trash
      • vncviewer dummy.com : Open VNCViewer
    • rsync
      • rsync-copy
      • rsync-move
      • rsync-update
      • rsync-synchronize
      • Easy to understand… COMMAND path1 path2
    • sublime
      • st : Open Sublime Text2
      • stt : Open current directory in Sublime Text2
    • urltools
      • urlencode url : Encode URL
      • urldecode url : Decode URL
    • vagrant
      • Auto completion support

I only installed a few plugins. There’re still a lot of plugins you can use, please check the plugin list here.

After noting down all the plugin I’ve installed as a reminder. I decided to review all the supported plugins of Oh-my-zsh, I found out there’re so many ruby/rails related plugins. Maybe I could create some plugin for Node.js. Any ideas ? please tell me.