Mes dotfiles, qui regroupent tout ce dont j'ai besoin pour utiliser ma machine, à savoir mes fichiers de config et mes scripts
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README.md

Swy7ch' personnal dotfiles

Hello, world! This is my dotfiles directory. Feel free to use it at your convenience :)

I'm David. I'm a Computer Science student from France, and a huge fan of Linux, especially Arch and Gentoo. I also like making things simple and neat, and this is the sole purpose of this directory: keeping my needed files in a safe place, so that I can reinstall Arch easily without much tinkering.

Everything common to my machines is in the dev branch. The logos branch provides the config for my Arch-based machine, which is subject to change in the near future (as of April 18th). The mercury branch provides the config for my Gentoo-based system, and is up-to-date as I use it as my daily driver.

Everything is bleeding edge.

Installation

Clone the repo :

$ git clone --bare --recurse-submodules <repo_url> ~/.dotfiles.git

then after setting an alias like

$ alias dotfiles='/usr/bin/git --git-dir=$HOME/.dotfiles.git/ --work-tree=$HOME'

just run

$ dotfiles checkout

Note: the repo already provides an alias file (~/.config/aliasrc) which sets this alias up. For this alias to work, you need to source ~/.config/zsh/.zprofile before.

~/

Contains the files that I haven't been able to put in ~/.config.

Programs whose config files can be found in ~/.config/

  • dunst
  • git
  • htop
  • mpd
  • ncmpcpp
  • neovim v0.7+
  • neomutt
  • pacman (hooks only)
  • paru
  • redshift
  • sxhkd
  • tmux
  • transmission
  • X11
  • zathura
  • zsh
  • old
    • fish-shell
    • i3-gaps
    • neofetch
    • neovim v0.4.4
    • polybar
    • termite
    • ranger
    • vim

~/.config/root/ [WIP]

Where I keep the files I have to copy into the / folder. It is sensible so it is not called in a setup script.

~/.local/bin

My personnal scripts that I wrote (or stole) to make things easier. Some of them are used by programs I use, like my WM for instance.

Window manager and terminal emulator

I currently use suckless' programs, i.e. dmenu (binary launcher), dwm (window manager) and st (terminal emulator), so my files are set accordingly. My statusbar is set through dwmblocks.

All my forks are available on this account!

Submodules

Since commit 93440b9, those forks are provided as submodules, provided in ~/.local/src. To retrieve them, run

$ git submodule update --init

GPLv3 License

This repo is, since commit 60fc3ce, licensed under the GPLv3. Depending on your situation, it might not change anything. This is what is required:

  1. For your personnal usage, do what you want.
  2. If you ever wanted to re-publish it, you can.
  3. If you ever want to modify it, you can.
  4. If you want to melt any part of this repo into your project, this project must be licensed under the GPLv3.

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