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This is my personal take on a dotfile-manager.
- Pile of symlinks approach
- Declarative configuration
- Versioning not baked in
- Infinitely hackable
Prior Art (or why I decided to roll my own)
Given the yaml config config.yadoma in the directory config/public:
example-prog: files: - src: .rc_with_src dest: .rc_with_src_dest - src: .rc_with_out_dest - .plainrc
And, given the following files of the directory:
.plainrc .rc_with_src .rc_with_out_dest
$ yadoma config/public
Will create the following symlinks in the users $HOME for the program example-prog:
.plainrc .rc_with_src_dest .rc_with_out_dest
TODO and Ideas
Copyright 2016 Valentin Haenel <email@example.com>
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