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.asy Replace TikZ samples for Asymptote samples Jan 8, 2015
.config config/cron: Update with mcron 1.1.1 fixes May 23, 2018
.emacs.d Engine: Open Arch Wiki with EWW Jun 20, 2018
.gnupg gnupg/gpg.conf: Comment out MIT keyserver May 31, 2018
.guix-config guix-config/config: Enable bluetooth service Jun 19, 2018
.guix-packages guix-packages/unrar: Init Jun 18, 2018
.local local/bin/pkglister: Remove FreeBSD, Gentoo, Void, skip TeXlive on Guix Jun 18, 2018
.mpv mpv: Set "i" to default metadata display Apr 17, 2018
.pkglists pkglists/guix: Add bluez, emacs-org, unrar, remove fish Jun 19, 2018
.xkb Map Ctrl+Escape to Caps Lock May 27, 2017
.Xresources Urxvt: Remove config Jul 28, 2017
.conkyrc conky: Document conky race condition with pulseaudio's pactl May 21, 2018
.gitconfig gitconfig: Add spacing May 20, 2018
.gitignore Emacs: Move user-emacs-directory to cache Feb 16, 2018
.mailcap mime: Init mimeapps.list Jan 11, 2018
.profile profile: Don't set volume with amixer since Pulseaudio does better Jun 1, 2018
.toprc top: Init Jan 16, 2018
.uncrustify.cfg Uncrustify: Remove blank lines before/after '}'/'{' respectively Jun 11, 2016
.units units: Use currency.units from the user profile Mar 31, 2018
.xbindkeysrc xbindkeysrc: Toggle-mute Pulseaudio Apr 24, 2018
.xinitrc ssh: Move to GPG Feb 7, 2018
.xprofile xprofile: Add 'conkeror' to browser list May 23, 2018
.xsession xsession: Use 'exec' Mar 29, 2018
README.md README: Replace script list with home* script description May 24, 2018




I use of Emacs for almost everything, including my window manager (EXWM). See my Emacs pro-tips.

As such, the more-or-less advanced configurations of my former favourite Unix programs are gone (Awesome, cmus, fish, fzf, Mutt, newsbeuter, ranger, urxvt, zathura, zsh). You can search for them before the git commit README: The Big Emacs Shift.


For the list of programs I currently use, see the .pkglists/ folder.

The homeinit script fully bootstraps a user profile with required files, folders, symlinks applications.

The homeclean script removes trash files, caches and warns if critically private data is found (e.g. PGP keys).

The homesync script updates the package lists, prints the status of all known projects and optionally pushes the unmerged changes upstream.

As for managing a dotfiles repository, there are various approaches.

Direct versioning

Git makes it possible to use your home folder as a git repo, thus versioning all files directly.

git init
git remote add origin <repo>
git fetch
git checkout master

GNU Stow

GNU Stow lets you symlink a project's files to an arbitrary folder.

The simplest setup would be to clone the dotfiles to, say, ~/dotfiles then run

cd ~/dotfiles
stow .

This has several advantages over direct versioning:

  • Subfolders in home are not subject to being included into the dotfiles git repository. This is especially relevant for projects under a version control system other than git.

  • No need for a .gitignore.

  • Simplified file control (add/remove/etc.).

  • You can fine-tune which program configuration to synchronize on a per-system basis.

  • You can manage several configurations for the same programs.