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Russell R. d18fef4ea3 Update ''
thinking about an apt tool to keep all my systems, and new one up to-date on all my one off tools I like to have
9 months ago
.bash_aliases added a new alias of aptit 9 months ago
.bash_logout init commit 3 years ago
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.gitconfig -m 3 years ago
.gitignore Added line to ignore .bak files 11 months ago
.gopherrc Inital commit .gopherrc && updated 3 years ago
.profile Added a figlet comment header of the files name to the top of each file 3 years ago
.vimrc inital commits for some new dotfiles 3 years ago
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fzf-plugin-settings.vim Have no idea what I really changed here. 3 years ago
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plugins-to-load.vim error runing fugitive plug in, removed it 1 year ago

Wasabi .dotfiles


One Repo to rule them all!

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Thinking about starting an apt installer branch.
Want to make a way that looks at my current system(s) and greps the apt history file for a list of all the one off tools I like to have. Maybe a script that runs as a cron job daily and udpates a file of things i've added to a system, and then udpates a file in this this repo that any other systems that use this repo sync to. Creat a short script that takes that files and does an apt install??

Just thinking out loud here. Have no idea how to do this, but would be a great learning tool on scipting