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Jordan Orelli 066642b243 oh i was installing vundle twice 1 month ago
.config some tweaks 1 month ago
Vundle.vim@b255382d62 organizing some stufffff 1 year ago
desktop kitty desktop and some gitui stuff 5 months ago
gitui adding vim-like keybindings to gitui 9 months ago
k9s k9s skin tweaks 8 months ago
kitty use Jellybeans in Kitty 5 months ago
nvim rust-analyzer key bindings for neovim 5 months ago
prefs skip cargo items if cargo is missing 5 months ago
private@ce4bb5d974 what did i just do 1 month ago
rofi configuring rofi, turning off line numbers 5 months ago
scripts winmode concept hmm 1 year ago
vim move rustfmt on save into rust.vim 9 months ago
windows this is getting good 1 year ago
.bash_profile some tweaks 1 month ago
.bashrc use Jellybeans in Kitty 5 months ago
.gitignore use Jellybeans in Kitty 5 months ago
.gitignore_global ignore OS temp files and compiled files 8 years ago
.gitmodules adding some non-shared stuff as a submodule 1 month ago
.screenrc adding screenrc 10 years ago
.tmux.conf dunno what these tmux settings are but ok 2 years ago
README.md organizing some stufffff 1 year ago
cargo-config.toml nvim windows kinda works now yay 1 year ago
code-settings.json remove old zig thing 1 year ago
config.ini oh i was installing vundle twice 1 month ago
install better config format 1 year ago
vimrc rust-analyzer key bindings for neovim 5 months ago

README.md

dotfiles

my preferences files

setup

The way this repo is setup is that the .dotfiles directory is expected to be the authoritative storage of all of the preferences file on a given machine. The install script creates the necessary symlinks for these preference files to be seen by the appropriate applications.

sharing between WSL and Windows

If you want to use this repo to manage the preferences file of both a WSL instance and its Windows host, clone this repo on WSL and then symlink the directory into the home directory of the Windows host like so:

C:\Users\Name>mklink /D .dotfiles \\wsl$\instance\home\name\.dotfiles

You can then navigate into the Linux directory from Windows, either on the command line or in Explorer.exe. Using an administrator shell, run the install script from the Windows side. Windows requires admin privileges in order to make symbolic links, so you need an admin shell to register new links on Windows.