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Proposal: user-specific after.sh files #932
I'm a huge fan of the
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# Replace nano with a much better editor 💥 $ sudo update-alternatives --set editor /usr/bin/vim.basic
For developers more dependent on their own, more-unique aliases, it's nice to have a way to set user-specific settings automatically in a script that's not tracked under version control.
This PR introduces just that, in the form of an
If the maintainers/community find that this doesn't add enough value, I'll also leave the less-canonical implementation for teams that would benefit from this concept:
# after.sh # Load developer-specific after.sh commands. if [ -e after.local.sh ]; then ./after.local.sh fi
svpernova09 left a comment
Not a fan of "after local" but it does drive what you're wanting out of this. What do you think about calling it "user-customizations.sh` or similar? I think that would be a bit better description of what we're trying to accomplish here.
Phew, I wasn't particularly attached to
PR has been updated to use the new name and address the missed copy/paste error in
Great! I’m still on coder cruise until Monday afternoon so it may. It be until then I have enough bandwidth to test and merge.…
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On Sep 1, 2018, 20:12 -0400, Steve Grunwell ***@***.***>, wrote: Phew, I wasn't particularly attached to after.local.sh, but was having trouble coming up with a better name; user-customizations.sh gives it a much clearer meaning