My misc dotfiles (will likely dramatically change at random times, so the git history will likely be unclean, nonexistent, or otherwise bad practices). This is mostly for backup and in case anyone's curious
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Horseshoe Crab 4cb23eb79f Misc. other changes I guess 2 months ago
.config Misc. other changes I guess 2 months ago
bin Misc. other changes I guess 2 months ago
.Xresources Probably a ton of changes tbh 1 year ago
.Xresources-manjaro Misc. updates since switching to Manjaro 8 months ago
.bash_profile Misc. updates since switching to Manjaro 8 months ago
.bash_prompt Probably a ton of changes tbh 1 year ago
.bashrc Misc. other changes I guess 2 months ago
.gdbinit Probably a ton of changes tbh 1 year ago
.gitignore Misc. i3 and i3status changes 8 months ago
.lynxrc Probably a ton of changes tbh 1 year ago
.tmux.conf Probably a ton of changes tbh 1 year ago
.vimrc Misc. updates since switching to Manjaro 8 months ago
.xinitrc Misc. updates since switching to Manjaro 8 months ago
README.md Add CYA to readme 11 months ago
place-dotfiles.sh Misc. i3 and i3status changes 8 months ago

README.md

x1phosura's dotfiles

Just a collection of some of my configs and such for personal use. Some of them are minimally/unchanged, but others are very customized. Some files are very much inspired by others, some are purely my own. Since this is intended more as a "holding place" or backup for my configs, software development/version control best practices may not apply (translation: git history and commit messages will be bad).

I will probably add more to this description at a later date, but for now feel free to peruse if reading my dotfiles seems like your idea of a fun time.

Previously my dotfiles were managed horribly through an awful bash script manually copying files. I've decided creating symlinks is less awful, and I feel comfortable with this solution for now.

Note: dotfile symlink script should now actually be idempotent (YAY!)