Hi, I've been happily using vcsh and mr for a while, to manage my emacs,
zsh, git & bzr configs.

I've hit a problem with integrating third-party code that works with e.g.
emacs or zsh.
I suspect I'm missing a straightforward way to solve this, but in searching
through the vcsh issues on github, it seems like it wasn't solved (or no
one updated the issue, #27 [1]).

For example, useful stuff like zsh-git-prompt [2] just has a top-level repo
with files in it, so if I directly add it as a main repo in vcsh, I'll just
get those files dumped into $HOME. For that one, I 'solved' it by forking
and creating the directory structure I wanted [3]. However, that's going to
be a pain for anything that's more actively developed.

For example, emacs-helm [4] is really useful, and it's actively developed,
but look at all those files in the top level just flooding $HOME.

Any tips?

Thanks,
-mike


[1]: https://github.com/RichiH/vcsh/issues/27
[2]: https://github.com/olivierverdier/zsh-git-prompt
[3]: https://github.com/mikemccracken/zsh-git-prompt
[4]: https://github.com/emacs-helm/helm
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