my simple but efficient dotfiles
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README.md

.dotfiles

Managed with Dotbot dotbot

How to install

# install zsh first
sudo apt install zsh git

# do the dance
git clone https://git.inhji.de/inhji/dotfiles.git .dotfiles
~/.dotfiles/install
chsh -s /usr/bin/zsh

After that, read POSTINSTALL

Tips

In general, you should be using symbolic links for everything, and using git submodules whenever possible.

To keep submodules at their proper versions, you could include something like git submodule update --init --recursive in your install.conf.yaml.

To upgrade your submodules to their latest versions, you could periodically run git submodule update --init --remote.