My configuration files for various programs.
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README.md

dotfiles

My configuration files for various programs.

Installing

To link the files to the correct places run

./install.fish

Make sure you have fish installed.

How it works

The script takes the directories in dirs.list and creats them (if they don't exist). After that it runs over links.list and takes the first path as source (appending ~/dotfiles) and the path after the space as the target (appending only ~/).