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My name is Christian, an Agile Developer, living in Trento (IT)

I write good code at Wonderflow

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My dotfiles

I want to talk a little bit about my dotfiles.

You can find them on Github (obviously).

Structure

~/dotfiles (master) tree .
          .
          ├── README.md
          ├── assets
          │   ├── chalk-iterm-custom.itermcolors
          │   └── uebersicht-widgets
          │       ├── cryptocurrency.widget.coffee
          │       ├── ping-history.widget
          │       │   └── index.coffee
          │       ├── u�\210bersicht-logo.png
          │       └── widgets
          │           ├── cryptocurrency.widget.coffee
          │           ├── ping-history.widget
          │           │   └── index.coffee
          │           └── u�\210bersicht-logo.png
          ├── dots
          ├── fonts
          │   ├── Hack-Bold.ttf
          │   ├── Hack-BoldOblique.ttf
          │   ├── Hack-Regular.ttf
          │   └── Hack-RegularOblique.ttf
          ├── install
          ├── link
          │   ├── iterm
          │   │   ├── com.googlecode.iterm2.plist
          │   │   └── iterm -> /Users/saiph/dotfiles/link/iterm
          │   └── scratch
          │       ├── reactjsday-blogpost
          │       └── reactjsday-schedule
          └── scripts
              ├── brew
              ├── brew-cask
              ├── dirs
              ├── fish
              ├── gem
              ├── link
              ├── npm
              ├── other
              ├── pip
              ├── uebersicht
              └── vim
          
          11 directories, 28 files
          ~/dotfiles (master)

installation

the installation is as simple as cloning the repository from github and run ./install.

warning: this will actually createa and delete files in your home.

configuration

the scripts folder contains the commands to install the relevant software.

and this is the place where you’ll need to configure it by yourself.

the link folder is used to create symbolic links in the home folder.