How It Works
stow command creates symlinks for files in the parent directory
of where you execute the command, so this setup assumes that the repo
is located in your home directory (for example,
~/dotfiles), and all
stow commands should be executed in that directory.
If that isn't the case, you can use
stow -d to specify the repo
To install my zsh settings, use the command:
This will symlink files to
~/.zsh, and so on.
You can remove things with
cd ~ git clone https://github.com/barrucadu/dotfiles.git cd dotfiles stow zsh stow git ...