Dotfiles are where the user configuration is usually hidden on Unix systems. They are responsible for the gigantic difference between
ls -a in your home directory.
Why dotfiles suck:
The solution: programs should place their configuration in
~/.config/. As simple as that. Only a few applications do that. It ought to change.
Whilst Git was created by Linus for managing the Linux project, I get the feeling that Git’s raison d’être was to manage TextMate bundles. Weird since Linus probably doesn’t use TextMate. « Using Git within a project »
Github is fun :)
#!/bin/bash cat "[email protected]" | sed 's/^/\t/'
Trop mignon le fond d’écran Gutsy Gibbon d’adylk.
Il est temps d’habiller votre nouvelle version d’Ubuntu !