On 8 Set, 18:38, Brett Viren <brett.vi...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I use a repository called "dot" that I clone to $HOME/.dot/ and then
> run a script that will make a few symlinks from locations under
> $HOME/.dot/... to $HOME/... as needed.  For example
> ~/.dot/emacs/generic.el gets symlinked to ~/.emacs and the generic.el
> knows to further load things from ~/.dot/emacs/elisp/.  Same goes for
> bash and X11 setups.
>

Nice approach, but what can I do now that my repo is in ~ and I want
to move it inside .emacs.d?

And what about using git modules?? I have many repositories around the
$HOME, so it could be a good idea to put all them together...
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