Tony Spataro's shared bash profile directory.
Install / Usage
First, fork this repository to make it your own.
Next, clone your fork onto the machine where you want to use the dotfiles. I generally clone it directly into a hidden directory under my home.
$ git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:xeger/dotfiles ~/.bash_profile.shared
Finally, setup your main .bash_profile so it will pull in all of these files. If you have any system-local dotfiles, you can store those under ~/.bash_profile.d as per the standard.
source ~/.bashrc for script in $HOME/.bash_profile.d/*.sh ; do if [ -r $script ] ; then . $script fi done for script in $HOME/.bash_profile.shared/*.sh; do if [ -r $script ] ; then . $script fi done