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# The local Directory This directory contains two subdirectories, `before` and `after`, that are intended bash configuration files that are specific for the local machine. All the files within these directories are sourced by bash upon start up in this order: * The files in the *before* subdirectory * The files directly under the parent directory (`.bash.d`) * The files in the *after* subdirectory No files under any of the two subdirectories are tracked by git, except the empty `.empty`, which is there as workaround to force git to include empty directories in the repository (See  for more information about this "feature"). These specific configuration files can be used for configurations that depend on a particular piece of hardware being available, or to have a different shell prompt for different machines, etc. I use it to store all my work-specific configuration so that I can keep a common base environment in all my home and work computers. Since the local directory is ignored, you can also initialise a different git repository in it.  http://stackoverflow.com/questions/115983 <!-- vim: filetype=markdown : -->