Properly managed, easy-to-grok dotfiles for macOS and Ubuntu.
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sudo apt install zsh
git/.gitconfig(you can do this through GitHub's web UI) to make Git use your name and email address, not mine!
% cd ~ % mv .config .config~ # Back up your old .config dir (if any). % # Clone your fork, which will make a new .config dir: % git clone https://github.com/<YOUR USER NAME>/.config.git ... % cd .config # Go to your new .config dir. Add anything you want to keep from your old dotfiles. % make -j install # Run the installer to deploy your new dotfiles. ... % # Finally, update your fork with your changes: % git add -f <file> ... # All files have to be staged explicitly. % git commit % git push ... %
To get new updates to your fork from my repo, do the following:
% cd ~/.config % make -jr # Pull in updates from upstream (my repo), but don't install them yet. ... Review the incoming changes and make any adjustments you like. % make -jr install # Run the installer to deploy your changes. ... % # Finally, update your fork with your changes: % git add -f <file>... # Choose which files you actually want to track in Git. % git commit % git push ... %
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This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE file for details