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antimicro/.config/antimicro
asciidoc
awesome/.config/awesome
bash
cmus
common
compiz-boxmenu/.config/compiz/boxmenu
compiz-reloaded/.config/compiz/compizconfig
fish/.config/fish
fonts/.config/fontconfig/conf.d
gtk-themes/.themes
python/.config
telegram/.config/telegram
term-colors-tests/bin
termite
tint2/.config/tint2
tmux
vim
zsh/.config/zsh
.gitignore
.stow
README.md

README.md

dotfiles

What ARE these for?

  • asciidoc: Anything related to writing setup
  • awesome: Awesome WM settings
  • bash: bash configuration
  • common: Things that I'm not sure if they should go into their own package
  • compiz-boxmenu: Menu files for Compiz-Boxmenu
  • compiz-reloaded: Compiz-Reloaded settings.
  • cmus: cmus settings
  • fish: fish shell configuration
  • fonts: fontconfig settings
  • gtk-themes: All my GTK themes
  • term-colors-tests: tests for terminal colorspace
  • termite: termite settings
  • tint2: tint2 settings
  • tmux: tmux settings. By tmux, I mean ershov's TCL-capable tmux.
  • vim: vim configuration... Minus the plugins. Not sure how to deal with these in dotfile repo yet.
  • zsh: zsh configuration

To use any of these, run:

stow -v -t ~ -d /path/to/cloned/dotfiles package_name