~mlb/dotfiles

1fb75bf99efe72536617b60fb8731e49622ce333 — Matias Larre Borges 2 months ago 28a034c
Add home-manager config
2 files changed, 90 insertions(+), 31 deletions(-)

A home-manager/home.nix
D nixpkgs/home.nix
A home-manager/home.nix => home-manager/home.nix +90 -0
@@ 0,0 1,90 @@
{ config, pkgs, ... }:

{
  # Home Manager needs a bit of information about you and the paths it should
  # manage.
  home.username = "landhar";
  home.homeDirectory = "/Users/landhar";

  # This value determines the Home Manager release that your configuration is
  # compatible with. This helps avoid breakage when a new Home Manager release
  # introduces backwards incompatible changes.
  #
  # You should not change this value, even if you update Home Manager. If you do
  # want to update the value, then make sure to first check the Home Manager
  # release notes.
  home.stateVersion = "23.11"; # Please read the comment before changing.

  # The home.packages option allows you to install Nix packages into your
  # environment.
  home.packages = [
    # # Adds the 'hello' command to your environment. It prints a friendly
    # # "Hello, world!" when run.
    # pkgs.hello

    pkgs.asdf-vm
    pkgs.elixir_1_14
    pkgs.elmPackages.elm
    pkgs.erlangR25
    pkgs.eza
    pkgs.fd
    pkgs.just
    (pkgs.pass.withExtensions (exts: [ exts.pass-otp ]))
    pkgs.htop
    pkgs.mpv
    pkgs.python311
    pkgs.python311Packages.beautifulsoup4
    pkgs.python311Packages.click
    pkgs.python311Packages.requests
    pkgs.python311Packages.flask
    pkgs.python311Packages.wxPython_4_2
    pkgs.viu
    pkgs.yt-dlp

    # # It is sometimes useful to fine-tune packages, for example, by applying
    # # overrides. You can do that directly here, just don't forget the
    # # parentheses. Maybe you want to install Nerd Fonts with a limited number of
    # # fonts?
    # (pkgs.nerdfonts.override { fonts = [ "FantasqueSansMono" ]; })

    # # You can also create simple shell scripts directly inside your
    # # configuration. For example, this adds a command 'my-hello' to your
    # # environment:
    # (pkgs.writeShellScriptBin "my-hello" ''
    #   echo "Hello, ${config.home.username}!"
    # '')
  ];

  # Home Manager is pretty good at managing dotfiles. The primary way to manage
  # plain files is through 'home.file'.
  home.file = {
    # # Building this configuration will create a copy of 'dotfiles/screenrc' in
    # # the Nix store. Activating the configuration will then make '~/.screenrc' a
    # # symlink to the Nix store copy.
    # ".screenrc".source = dotfiles/screenrc;

    # # You can also set the file content immediately.
    # ".gradle/gradle.properties".text = ''
    #   org.gradle.console=verbose
    #   org.gradle.daemon.idletimeout=3600000
    # '';
  };

  # Home Manager can also manage your environment variables through
  # 'home.sessionVariables'. If you don't want to manage your shell through Home
  # Manager then you have to manually source 'hm-session-vars.sh' located at
  # either
  #
  #  ~/.nix-profile/etc/profile.d/hm-session-vars.sh
  #
  # or
  #
  #  /etc/profiles/per-user/landhar/etc/profile.d/hm-session-vars.sh
  #
  home.sessionVariables = {
    # EDITOR = "emacs";
  };

  # Let Home Manager install and manage itself.
  programs.home-manager.enable = true;
}

D nixpkgs/home.nix => nixpkgs/home.nix +0 -31
@@ 1,31 0,0 @@
{ config, pkgs, ... }:

{
  # Home Manager needs a bit of information about you and the
  # paths it should manage.
  home.username = "landhar";
  home.homeDirectory = "/Users/landhar";

  # Packages that should be installed to the user profile.
  home.packages = with pkgs; [
    asdf-vm
    elixir_1_14
    erlangR25
    exa
    (pass.withExtensions (exts: [ exts.pass-otp ]))
    htop
  ];

  # This value determines the Home Manager release that your
  # configuration is compatible with. This helps avoid breakage
  # when a new Home Manager release introduces backwards
  # incompatible changes.
  #
  # You can update Home Manager without changing this value. See
  # the Home Manager release notes for a list of state version
  # changes in each release.
  home.stateVersion = "22.05";

  # Let Home Manager install and manage itself.
  programs.home-manager.enable = true;
}