I believe a preferable way to manage dotfiles in Git, is to have a
script that does the necessary setup/installation from the repo
(that lives in some subdirectory of ~) and into ~.
Yeah, but then I have copies of the files, instead of having the files
themselves under version control, meaning I need to copy them back to
push changes back, or to merge them. That is undesirable :-/
I do have a setup script for the CVS repo, but it just sets the
The only solution I can see is to split the repo up into several
parts, one for each sub-directory that I previously had symlinked. Not
perfect, but I guess I can live with that.
\\// Peter - http://www.softwolves.pp.se/
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