My configuration files for various programs.
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Marcel Kapfer 1a0e68bb1e
[systemd: mbsync] Added SystemD mbsync service and timer
2 years ago
alacritty [Alacritty] Switched to dark gruvbox theme 2 years ago
bspwm [sxhkd] use rofi instead of dmenu_run 2 years ago
compton Added compton configuration 4 years ago
debian Added Debian sbuild configuration 4 years ago
dunst [dunst] added 2 years ago
herbstluftwm [HerbstluftWM] Make room on the top for the panel 2 years ago
kitty [kitty] added 2 years ago
neovim [neovim] Switched to gruvbox dark 2 years ago
picom [picom] some fixes 2 years ago
polybar [polybar] Add sign for muted audio 2 years ago
qtile Remove nextcloud-kwallet script 2 years ago
qutebrowser [Qutebrowser] Gruvbox Light style 2 years ago
redshift directory restructuring 5 years ago
rofi [Rofi] Switch to Iosevka font 2 years ago
screen Screen: disabled newsbeuter autostart 4 years ago
scripts Remove nextcloud-kwallet script 2 years ago
shells [fish] Commented out the tty auto-login 2 years ago
stumpwm [StumpWM] Re-activated mode-line and stumptray 2 years ago
systemd [systemd: mbsync] Added SystemD mbsync service and timer 2 years ago
x [xinitrc] cleaned up the WM list 2 years ago
.gitignore Added dotdotfiles repo to gitignore 5 years ago
LICENSE License 6 years ago
README.md Improved README 4 years ago
dirs.list [systemd: mbsync] Added SystemD mbsync service and timer 2 years ago
install.fish install system and script 5 years ago
links.list [systemd: mbsync] Added SystemD mbsync service and timer 2 years ago

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 ~/).