Anyone have a solution for keeping their plugins/preferences sync'd between two different OS platforms?
With VIM, I had vimfiles+.vimrc; For emacs, .emacs.d+.emacs, etc. Since everything is basically in one folder for sublime, I'm not sure how to go about approaching using it in both Windows and Linux.
For Emacs and then VIM, I had a git repo that I just cloned, and everything worked from there. I don't want to modify the plugins that come by default (I'm aware I can update them from pristine), but I also don't need to keep the whole tree in a repo, since each release will potentially update them (if I modified my local copy, then I'd want them in a repo).
I suppose I could create a plugin that'd watch a folder, then update files bi-directionally, but that seems overkill. However, it'd be better than what I am currently doing.
Right now (and yes , I know this is ridiculous!) I am dragging 4 copies of it around on a USB key - windows 32, windows 64, linux 32, linux 64. If I update one, then I update all 4 of them, then when I go to use it on a machine I copy it over and use the portable version (the linux ones were much easier to set up ... no shock there).