~ajhalili2006/dotfiles

A newly refreshed dotfiles repo, built from scratch per https://drewdevault.com/2019/12/30/dotfiles.html.
Add some aliases for GitHub CLI
Fix hostname detection on bashrc
Update email domains for commits

refs

main
browse  log 

clone

read-only
https://git.sr.ht/~ajhalili2006/dotfiles
read/write
git@git.sr.ht:~ajhalili2006/dotfiles

You can also use your local clone with git send-email.

#~ajhalili2006's dotfiles

This is the redesigned dotfiles repo for ~ajhalili2006, because my first repo became a mess so hard to fix it in, built from scratch and based on https://drewdevault.com/2019/12/30/dotfiles.html.

#Quick deploy

curl -fsSL https://scripts.andreijiroh.eu.org/dotfiles/setup.sh | bash -

#Available Git mirrors

This project is hosted on hosted instance of sourcehut git at the ~ajhalili2006/dotfiles Git repository, alongside the following Git mirrors:

#Setup

#With yadm

# on a Alpine Linux sandbox VM (or chroot)
apk add yadm git gnupg

yadm clone https://mau.dev/andreijiroh.dev/dotfiles
yadm restore --staged $HOME
yadm checkout -- $HOME

# run the bootstrap script
yadm bootstrap

#Without yadm

It's easy, although this will be different because git clone <clone-url-above> will scream some errors when attempt to do so after creating a user with their own home directory.

# go back to your $HOME
cd ~

# init repo, add origin to git.sr.ht repo (have you got your SSH keys?)
git init
git remote add origin git@git.sr.ht:~ajhalili2006/dotfiles-modern

# another route here is cloning the repo before the user creation take place
# so you can skip the "fetch and force checkout hellscape"
git clone git@git.sr.ht:~ajhalili2006/dotfiles-modern /home/ajhalili2006
# ...create user "ajhalili2006" here
chown ajhalili2006:ajhalili2006 -Rv /home/ajhalili2006

# fetch and force checkout, RIP any unstashed hellscapes
git fetch
git checkout -f main

# logout and login again to refresh your shell env

#Codespaces + Gitpod specifics

Because this cause confusion to most cloud dev environment services, although they'll symlink stuff when there's no install script, but that is a design flaw to be work around in the future.

#License

TL;DR before we dive in to legalese:

  • Everything is licensed under both MIT + MPL 2.0, unless otherwise noted. Most third-party code and submodules used here aren't covered by this policy.
  • Open source !== open contribution. Since this is just a personal project, expect your contributions to be either rewritten or declined.
  • For contributors who wish to send patches, either an agreement to the DCO (via --signoff flag on commits and when sending email patches via ~ajhalili2006/public-inbox@lists.sr.ht) or through signing the project-specific Individual CLA alongside this specific copyright transfer agreement on this project (requires separate signature, uses FSFe's FLA 2.0) is mostly enough. Doing both is recommended to avoid further legal headaches down the line, atlhough ~sircmpwn recommends against signing the CLA, especially due to legalities around copyright assignments in OSS.