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Symlink your dotfiles with ease.

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Dotup

Symlink your dotfiles with ease.

Dotfiles Example Usage


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Dotup will generate symlinks to your dotfiles and place them in your home directory through a convenient CLI.

Install

$ pip install dotup

Usage

By default, dotup expects to find a directory called dotfiles in your home directory (~/dotfiles).

$ dotup
# specify different dotfiles directory location at ~/dots
$ dotup --directory dots

To force symlink creation you can pass the -f, or --force flag.

$ dotup --force

Help

$ dotup --help

Development

Pull requests are welcome, please consider creating an issue first about the change you would like to make.

Testing

Run the test suite with this command:

$ poetry run py.test tests/

Deploy

To deploy a new version:

  1. Make a semantic version update to dotup/__init__.py and pyproject.toml files.
  2. Run poetry-setup see poetry-setup for installation
  3. Commit updated versions
  4. Run poetry build
  5. Run poetry publish

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