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install.sh

README.md

Tilde: ~ is where the ♥ is

Various configuration files ("dotfiles") and scripts from my home directory. I use this on new computers so I feel more at home.

To install, execute: git clone https://github.com/janmoesen/tilde.git && tilde/install.sh

To update an existing install, go to Tilde's directory and execute: git pull && ./install.sh

Jan Moesen

See COPYING for licence details.

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