BASH scripts to keep your local development environment up-to-date across multiple machines. Say hi to your homeboy every morning!
Clone the project into ~/.homeboy
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:preston/homeboy.git ~/.homeboy cp ~/.homeboy/homeboy.conf.defaults ~/.homeboy/homeboy.conf echo 'export PATH=~/.homeboy/bin:$PATH' >> ~/.bash_profile
Start a new terminal to force your .bash_profile to reload, and edit the ~/.homeboy/homeboy.conf, changing and settings appropriately for this specific systems configuration. When you're done editing settings, just run `homeboy'.
The optional synchronization mechanism works by zipping the configured list of files into a .zip in a synchronized directory managed by Dropbox, SugarSync etc. “Pushing” your current set of files to Dropbox is done via:
After pushing, the next time `homeboy’ is run on any configured machine, the .zip file will be unzipped into your home directory on that machine. It’s really not complicated, but saves the time of having to make the same change a bunch of times across different machines and platforms, all having subtle differences. Having your core config file backed up in a sync'd location comes in handy, too!
Updating All Your Git Clones
When using the git updating options (see config file), homeboy assumes you have a single directory where all your clones are kept, such as ~/Developer/git. Every subdirectory that looks like a git clone will have ‘git pull origin master’ run inside it.
Copyright (c) 2013 Preston Lee. See LICENSE.txt for further details.
Homeboy is released under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for details.