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# This configuration script is divided into 3 chapters:
#    1. Common
#    2. Domain-specific
#    3. Host-specific
#
# Each chapter contains alpabetized aliases.


#=== 1. Common ======================================================

    # C
    # Resolve symbolic linked directories of current path
alias c.='cd -P .;pwd'

    # G
alias gv=gvim
alias gvi=gvim

    # L
alias l='ls -l'
alias lt='ls -ltr'

    # O
alias o=less

    # S
alias sa='svn add'
alias sc='svn commit'
alias sd='svn diff'
alias se='svn update'
#     sg = reserved (execute command as different group ID)
alias si='svn info'
alias sl='svn log'
alias sn='svn annotate'
alias so='svn checkout'
alias spi='svn pe svn:ignore .'
#     ss = reserved (iproute2 utility)
alias sr='svn revert'
alias st='svn status'
#     su = reserved (change user ID or become super-user)
alias sv='# todo svn vimdiff'

    # V
alias v=vim
alias vi=vim


#=== 2. Domain-specific =============================================


    # S
    # Goto same directory on server
alias s='nameTerminal bach; ssh -A -t bach "test -d \"$PWD\" && cd \"$PWD\"; bash -login"'


#=== 3. Host-specific ===============================================

.bashrc

#!/bin/bash
# Bash runtime configuration script.
# This configuration script is divided into 3 chapters:
#    1. Common
#    2. Domain-specific
#    3. Host-specific


#=== 1. Common ======================================================


function stoppedjobs {
    if [ "$(jobs)" ]; then
        echo -n "%"
        jobs -s | wc -l | sed -e "s/ //g"
    fi
} # stoppedjobs()

    # My favourite text editor
export EDITOR=/usr/bin/vim
export GREP_OPTIONS="--exclude 'distrib/*' --exclude tags"
    # My prompt.
    # Color references:  Black       0;30     Dark Gray     1;30
    #                    Blue        0;34     Light Blue    1;34
    #                    Green       0;32     Light Green   1;32
    #                    Cyan        0;36     Light Cyan    1;36
    #                    Red         0;31     Light Red     1;31
    #                    Purple      0;35     Light Purple  1;35
    #                    Brown       0;33     Yellow        1;33
    #                    Light Gray  0;37     White         1;37
    # See also: http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/Bash-Prompt-HOWTO/
export PS1=$'\[\e[0;34m\]\!\[\e[0m\]\[\e[1;32m\]$(stoppedjobs)\[\e[0m\]:\u@\h:\w> '
    #  Suppress history recording for lines which begin with a
    #+ space character (ignorespace), and lines which match with
    #+ a previous history entry (ignoredups).
    #  NOTE: I'm not using 'erasedups' because I've history numbers
    #+       displayed on screen via the PS1 prompt, and 'erasedups'
    #+       changes history numbers. -- FVu, Sun Dec  3 20:45:52 CET 2006
export HISTCONTROL=ignoreboth
    # Suppress history recording for:
    # - exit   : command 'exit'
export HISTIGNORE=exit
    # Suppress history recording for ...
    # - exit   : command 'exit'
    # - l      : command 'l'
    # - l[ats] : any of the commands 'la', 'lt', 'ls'
export HISTIGNORE="exit:l:l[ats]"
    # Indicate max amount of history recordings
export HISTSIZE=500
export VIM=~/.vim


    # Operate bash in vi editing mode
set -o vi

[ -r ~/.alias ] && . ~/.alias

    # Source additional scripts
for s in ~/.bashrc.d/*.sh ; do
    [ -r $s ] && . $s
done
unset s


#=== 2. Domain-specific =============================================


    # Project directories.  Used by the 'cdp' command
declare -ax PROJ_DIRS=(
    $HOME/wproj
    $HOME/proj/cdpath/current/paths
    $HOME/proj
)


#=== 3. Host-specific ===============================================

.inputrc

    # No bell
set bell-style none
    # Vi editing mode
set editing-mode vi
set keymap vi
    # Produce list of all possible completions at single tab
set show-all-if-ambiguous on

See also

Additional scripts I have in my .bashrc.d:

cdots.sh
Creation of seven functions/aliases: 2-8 dots which allow you to move 1-7 directories up, and an optional directory back again – dirwith TAB-completion!:
.. [dir] = cd ../[dir]
... [dir] = cd ../../[dir]
.... [dir] = cd ../../../[dir]
..... [dir] = cd ../../../../[dir]
...... [dir] = cd ../../../../../[dir]
....... [dir] = cd ../../../../../../[dir]
........ [dir] = cd ../../../../../../../[dir]
nameTerminal.sh
Change tab and window title of console

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