Unified. Organized. Personalized.
If you don’t already have a huge collection of dotfiles simply run the installer and follow the prompts:
git clone git://github.com/thcipriani/dotfile-boilerplate ~/.dotfiles cd ~/.dotfiles ./bootstrap --new-setup
Follow the prompts
If you already have a collection of dotfiles then you should omit the
so that you won't be prompted to install any frameworks
There is no canonical method for dotfile organization, sharing, and bootstraping that is cross-shell and cross-system compatible.
This project should work to provide dotfile-beginners with sensible defaults and advanced users with a powerful, configurable framework on which to build.
At it’s core, Dotfile Boilerplate is a system for dotfile organization more than an opinionated framework.
The basic structure of Dotfile Boilerplate is based on Zach Holman's
holman/dotfiles dotfiles. Configuration
files are grouped by topic (e.g., "git", "vim", "zsh", etc.)., and a file
[whatever].symlink will by symlinked to
Dotfile Boilerplate heavily "borrows" from many fine dotfile repos
Further inspiration came from
All of that can, of course, be overridden.
Checkout the documentation.
Fork me and send me a pull request =)