29f5bb1e8deb4fb82067a56b98ecaef0b46038a3 — David Mynors a month ago 716a438
Update emacs section of Readme + backup script
2 files changed, 24 insertions(+), 32 deletions(-)

M backup.sh
M README.md => README.md +11 -23
@@ 11,23 11,18 @@ repo to encrypt all files with the word `secret` anywhere in their name.
## Emacs

My current emacs setup consists of a base emacs install of [homebrew's
configured with my
and my [doom](https://github.com/hlissner/doom-emacs)-based
file. Emacs still looks for `~/.emacs.d/init.el` at startup, though, so I use
that file to instruct emacs to configure itself with the elisp code-blocks in
`~/.emacs.d/init.org`. My config currently takes around 4-5 (painfully slow)
seconds to load, which I mitigate by [running emacs as a
daemon](https://www.emacswiki.org/emacs/EmacsAsDaemon) (I followed [handy
macOS-specific instructions for
but I'm [working on](https://github.com/idmyn/dotfiles/tree/master/emacs/doom)
porting my config to [doom](https://github.com/hlissner/doom-emacs) to speed
things up. Managing multiple emacs configs is surprisingly simple with
[Chemacs](https://github.com/plexus/chemacs) :)

**EDIT: I've been using doom full-time for a while now and I love it!**
[config](emacs/.doom.d/config.org). Doom is great because it provides a large
collection of really thoughtfully pieced-together 'modules' for different
tasks/tools, allowing you to get up and running really quickly.
The draw of Emacs for me in general is that all of the
tools I need for editing text are tightly integrated but remain highly
configurable. I'm not immune to the allure of the '[unix
philosophy](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unix_philosophy)' though, so
I do keep an eye on interesting simpler editors, like

## Phoenix

@@ 50,13 45,6 @@ as I can see, its only downside is its
which has forced me to rewrite a few shell aliases provided by others at work.
Certainly not the end of the world.

## Finicky

My [Finicky](https://github.com/johnste/finicky)
[config](finicky/.finicky.js) changes my 'default browser' based on
which browsers are currently open. Safari is my fallback because it's nice and
smooth, but if I have Brave or Firefox open then I want links to open in those.

## Honourable Mentions

[Duti](https://github.com/moretension/duti) is a ([currently

M backup.sh => backup.sh +13 -9
@@ 11,15 11,19 @@ echo "Beginning backup at `date`" >> $LOGFILE

source .backup.env

/usr/local/bin/restic -r b2:idmyn-mbp-restic:backup backup ~ \
    --exclude="**/node_modules"                              \
    --exclude="${HOME}/desk"                                 \
    --exclude="${HOME}/files"                                \
    --exclude="${HOME}/.asdf"                                \
    --exclude="${HOME}/.Trash"                               \
    --exclude="${HOME}/Library"                              \
    --exclude="${HOME}/Documents"                            \
    --exclude="${HOME}/Pictures"                             \
/usr/local/bin/restic backup ~     \
    --exclude="**/node_modules"    \
    --exclude="${HOME}/desk"       \
    --exclude="${HOME}/files"      \
    --exclude="${HOME}/.asdf"      \
    --exclude="${HOME}/.Trash"     \
    --exclude="${HOME}/Library"    \
    --exclude="${HOME}/Documents"  \
    --exclude="${HOME}/Pictures"   \
    --exclude="${HOME}/Public"     \
    --exclude="${HOME}/Movies"     \
    --exclude="${HOME}/Music"      \
    --exclude="${HOME}/Tresors"    \
    >> $LOGFILE 2>&1

printf "\n*******************************************************\n\n" >> $LOGFILE