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dotbot @ fe9ca6f
py3status
ranger
vim/ftplugin
.gitignore
.gitmodules
README.md
Xmodmap
Xresources
bashrc
cmus-status-display
dunstrc
gitconfig
gitignore
i3config
i3status
install
install.conf.yaml
latexmkrc
liquidpromptrc
markdown.style.rb
mdlrc
pentadactylrc
pylintrc
ripgreprc
taskrc
tmux.conf
tridactylrc
vifmrc
vimrc
xinitrc
zathurarc
zshenv
zshrc

README.md

My config files for linux command line applications. Managed with dotbot.

Basic dotbot usage

Move your dotfiles to the dotfiles directory, then edit install.yaml.conf to specify where each file should be symlinked to. Finally, execute the install script: ./install.

Submodules

As explained in the blog post, you can pull in other repos as submodules to automate your dependency management. For example, dotbot manages itself as a submodule here. To update them to their latest published version, run git submodule update --remote. (Note: this command could be added to the install script if desired, but I prefer to leave it as a manual update to avoid unexpected changes.)

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