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REGULUS

Regulus is the name of the system I use to store all the miscellaneous customization, bash-functions and configuration of my system. The aim is to have a proper version control of all of my configuration files as well as doing some tidying.

I had the idea when I saw the sputnik project started by dell.

The files in this directory are the ones I actually use, i.e. for instance my .emacs file is just a symbolic link to the one at ~/regulus/emacs/dot_emacs.

Files currently protected by Regulus

Bash

The configuration of my bash prompt, and the miscellaneous custom functions I use:

  • To have a nice prompt displaying some characteristics of my last commit if I am in a git repository.
  • Easily make scripts executables and copy them somewhere in my $PATH.
  • My .bashrc

Emacs configuration

My .emacs file and .emacs.d directory. Custom shortcuts, and some custom functions. For more info about the meuporg.el file, look at my its website.

Yell

Functions to warn me when a function's execution is finished via a notification and a sound. Useful when launching time consuming computations/simulations.

Vaugho

I call my encrypted partition my "vault" and I call my backup "ghost" (it is a copy of my home). Vaugho provides functions to deal with both; in particular to be able to mount partitions at the same point nautilus would.

Modifying/Hacking

As you might guess since I put this project on github, feel free (and further, encouraged) to use it! I would also love to hear your comments: you can contact me via github or at leoperrin [at/arobase] picarresursix.fr.