A special case for file sync. Want to synchronise text-based settings between computers? You might try mackup to sync settings for linux and osx machines alike to some folder somewhere. It’s a database of which actual settings of various apps are actually syncable. On second thoughts, this is a fragile approach. And it freaks out if you have non-ascii characters in your filenames. Do something different.
git init --bare $HOME/.dotfiles alias dotfiles='git --git-dir=$HOME/.dotfiles/ --work-tree=$HOME' dotfiles config --local status.showUntrackedFiles no echo "alias dotfiles='git --git-dir=$HOME/.dotfiles/ --work-tree=$HOME'" \ >> $HOME/.bashrc
Yes, much less freaky.
Actually, do you know what is even easier? Just make a git repo in your root dir. No more overthinking. Re-revised recommendation:
git init $HOME git config --local status.showUntrackedFiles no
Now! go forth and steal other peoples’ dotfile tricks.
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