My commented dotfiles (bash, vim, git, etc.), fruits of long-term endeavour in dotfiles fans thursday night parties, dotfiles related blogposts reading, dotfiles github repositories crawling, etc.
Landing on a new brand server trough ssh, just run this :
$ sudo apt-get install git $ git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:ronanguilloux/dotfiles.git $ dotfiles./install.sh
And that's all you need to do. The install.sh will move the original .bashrc found in $HOME before changing using a symbolic link, in case this file was already modified.
Preventing privacy & security issues
For credentials, tokens & other secret stuff, use .local files :
# ~/.gitconfig.local [user] name = John Doe email = email@example.com [github] user = johndoe token = 88bc06d8a...
which is already mentionned inside the .gitconfig file you'll found here:
# ~/dotfiles/.gitconfig [include] # For username / creds / etc path = ~/.gitconfig.local
- You can find a copy of this files here: https://github.com/ronanguilloux/dotfiles
- WTFPL - see LICENSE file
Issues & Contributions
The issue queue can be found at: https://github.com/ronanguilloux/dotfiles/issues