Dotfiles (outdated, see source for now)
I’ve written a little tool to manage my dotfiles, in a way that
it symlinks everything to where it should be. As I use patched
dwm some parts of my
dotfiles doesn’t make sense if you don’t use my versions of
dwm, but they are not
I store my dotfiles in containers for each category of dotfiles,
and each container can be seen as their own representation of
$HOME. There is for example one container called
vim containing everything that has to do with vim and so
installer and uninstaller for the dotfiles.
scripts and programs that will be included in
scripts that will be sourced as functions instead of using
aliases, as I find it simpler to maintain each ’alias’ as it’s own
KornShell is quite central to my dotfiles and contains functions
bin/.bin/alias to be
.kshrc is called when KornShell starts and
then sources every
I haven’t actively integrated any dependency checks in any
dotfile so if you use my dotfiles keep in mind that it might break
stuff, and you might need to install extra software to make it
work. If you find any such issues feel free to report them to me,
and I might fix them.
Oh, and I use ksh (loksh). That is kind of a prerequisite...
Installation is pretty simple. Just clone and install:
git clone git://git.noxz.tech/dotfiles
# optionally: mv dotfiles .dotfiles && cd .dotfiles
Except for installing all you can tell
to install just the container for vim
vim and so on. To remove a container simply
remove vim, or show status using
get source here.