Backup local config files to repo
ConfigKeeper provides a single backup command which copies a comfiguration file (.vimrc, .bashrc, etc) into a repository and pushes it.
Clone the repository. Link the script somewhere under your $PATH. The following assumes that ~/.local/bin is added to your path.
git clone https://gitlab.com/loxosceles/configkeeper.git ~/tools ln -s ~/tools/configkeeper/configkeeper ~/.local/bin/configkeeper
Create a repository for your config files you want to back up. The default is ~/.local_configurations.
The full documentation is at http://configkeeper.rtfd.org.
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