Dotctrl is a package for managing your dotfiles on Linux.
Dotctrl is a package for managing your “dotfiles” on Linux. Dotctrl works on top of a configuration file that contains the absolute paths of the place of origin of dotfiles.
- Automatically manages dotfiles ending with rc in the user’s HOME;
- Automatically manages the main configuration files of the editors: Atom, Sublime Text, Visual Studio Code;
- The Dotctrl repository stores the same path structure as the configuration files with the user’s HOME files;
To work correctly, you will first need:
$ sudo pip install dotctrl
For the user:
$ pip install dotctrl --user
To know the commands of Dotctrl, run the command:
$ dotctrl -h
Also visit the Dotctrl home page and see more about settings and usability.
The gem is available as open source under the terms of the MIT License ©
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