hairycandy is a set of metapackages, hacks and overlays to help make my Debian installs a bit more friendly.
It makes use of a few (pretty gnarly) hacks to get some of the work done, so beware some unexpected behavior.
It sets dircolors in
bash_completions - which may end up overriding the
dircolor import in your bashrc (if it's above the
It also defines a few aliases:
This package is not fit for the archive, and it's not going there. While I do believe people should trust me, I can't give advice for people to trust me blindly. Please read over all the files contained in this package. If anything's out of sorts, please ask a local and friendly Debian Developer for advice. If there's a problem, a bug or pull request would be nice.
This is also not up to vim policy. I know this.
I also ship a etc/vim/vimrc.local file. Don't install this if you have one already. Remember, this is mostly stuff for my setup.
Building & installing
# OK. Stop. Read me first. Seriously. # # No, really. Read me. # # If you don't know *exactly* who I am, and everything about what I do, # and all that, DO NOT -- I repeat -- DO NOT install this package. No # user should *EVER* install random code from outside the archive. This # breaks the security we all work so hard to create. # # This package also has some *grave* issues (such as how it tacks on some # of it's hacks) for some cases. Please use me with care. # # Remember, question everything, trust no one. Review the code. # # Seriously, by installing a .deb, you've granted my scripts to run as root. dpkg-buildpackage -us -uc -b sudo dpkg -i ../*deb sudo apt-get install -f
This ships a lot of hacked in aliases from the