My dotfiles, managed with GNU Stow.
You can not select more than 25 topics Topics must start with a letter or number, can include dashes ('-') and can be up to 35 characters long.
 
 
 
 
Paul OHL 5989a99239 updated orthodox_class template files 4 days ago
custom_scripts/.config/custom_scripts Updated 42 path 4 days ago
nvim/.config/nvim updated orthodox_class template files 4 days ago
zsh Made a whole lot of improvement, mainly removing absolute paths and 5 days ago
.gitignore Made a whole lot of improvement, mainly removing absolute paths and 5 days ago
README.md Wrote a README 5 days ago

README.md

My dotfiles

Managed with GNU stow

The goal

The goal of this repository is to have one single config across all the machines that I use, allowing me to have a more comfy time developping and using various apps.

My ultimate goal is to have only one branch that I can use on Linux and Macos, I'm working on it...

How to use

First, install GNU stow:

brew install stow
sudo pacman -S stow
sudo apt install stow
etc.

Then, clone this repository anywhere (I clone it in ~/dotfiles/), cd into it, and gnu stow *!

It will create symbolic links for every file in there, recreating the folder structure as needed.

You can select which folders you want to import, for example, if you only want to import the Vim config, just gnu stow vim and you're done.

Careful! It will overwrite any files already present

Credits

I heard about GNU stow thanks to Wolfgang's channel, it is an amazing channel and you should definitely check it out.