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.config
.emacs.d
.ipython
.jupyter/custom
.karabiner.d/configuration
.sympy
.vim
Library
anaconda/envs/blog-nikola/etc/conda/activate.d
bin
linux-testing
other
.aspell.en.pws
.bash_profile
.condarc
.emacs
.gitconfig
.gitignore
.hgrc
.hunspell_en_US
.inputrc
.iterm_shell_integration.sh
.profile
.pythonrc.py
.vimrc
.xonshrc
Cask
IGNORE
LICENSE
README.md
fink-packages
gitclones.sh
linkfiles.py
uniqpath
xonsh-blockers.md

README.md

These are some of my .files

Files in the root of the directory are symbolically linked to corresponding files in ~/

Note, to symbolically link a file, you must do ln -s ~/Documents/dotfiles/.file ~/.file, i.e., the paths must be absolute paths (use of the ~ shortcut is OK). See http://superuser.com/questions/302312/how-to-properly-store-dotfiles-in- a-centralized-git-repository.

Files in other/ are for various other things.

Linking

First, you have to install Anaconda, and Fink, and git (to even get this in the first place).

Run

./linkfiles.py

and then

./gitclones.sh