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.Xdefaults
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.gitconfig
.gitignore_global
.gvimrc
.inputrc
.irbrc
.pythonrc
.screenrc
.slate
.tmux.conf
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DefaultKeyBinding.dict
README.mkdn
U.S. International - Modified.keylayout
link.py
lint.sh
setup-osx.sh

README.mkdn

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dotfiles

What's this?

These are all my config files -- dotfiles -- for UNIX/Linux systems, all stored in git to make it easy to keep them in sync across multiple systems.

How does it work?

Running link.py creates symbolic links to the dotfiles in the repository in $HOME. Existing symbolic links will be overwritten, but existing files of any other type will not.