also sprach chombee <> [2010.03.10.1822 +0100]:
> I'm sure everyone already has their own one of these, but I just wanted
> to post my dotfile manager:
> I've been using it for a while now and it seems to work well, I've
> ironed out a couple of bugs that it initially had. It's basically a
> re-implementation of Steve Kemp's dotfile manager in Python, but with
> some minor design tweaks.

I wonder what these offer that GNU stow or xstow couldn't do.

Similarly, I wonder why people use symlinks instead of hardlinks.
Sure thing, hardlinks are brittle, but if the manager keeps track
anyway, it might just as well recreate hardlinks as necessary.

martin | |
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