Snagged idea from dotfiles repos. Includes vimrc, bashrc and many option files, aliases, and install script.
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README.md

To use this 'rcfiles' project:


To Install, simply clone the git repository to wherever you'd like to keep it. Then cd to that dir, check/edit the Makefile, and run 'make'

This will delete all links/files that exist in your home dir (or other destination) and make new ones from the files in this repo.

OR.........................................
If you prefer Manual Installation mode... Just follow these old vague directions:

    ln -s ~/[rcfiles.git.dir]/zshrc ~/.zshrc
    ln -s ~/[rcfiles.git.dir]/bash_profile ~/.bash_profile
    for each and every file that you want there

Of course replacing "[rcfiles.git.dir]" with the actual directory you've cloned this git repo into if you haven't just moved it to your home dir straight out.

OR.........................................
If your prefer actual files instead of links, then just copy the desired files to your $HOME directory.

One note: there's a file named 'my_aliases' referring to a file with private shortcuts, functions, etc. It's in gitignore, but it IS linked to, so if you don't have it, then just rm the resulting link, or create a while new file of excitement!

Smile, Cometsong