Clean up some lint
Signed-off-by: Amelia Aronsohn <WagThatTail@Me.com>
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Yet Another Dotfiles Repo.
I’ve switched to using homeshick.
I use the shell version over the ruby version because less ruby reliance and also I like the way it links better.
I mostly work on macOS but I try to keep this workable on my FreeBSD machines, so there may be some splits
Even thought fish is great out of box I set up a lot of various path and environment changes. I break out everything into a config.d which isn’t necessarily efficent but makes my config feel less monolithic
I try to avoid universal variables and go for setting things in the config.fish since I want this to be portable amongst all my machines.
Check out the immense amount of functions
I replace a lot of commands and scripts with functions. I use this instead of making little shell apps for all my various helper scripts.
I included my ssh_config because I think it can be useful to others. I have ssh fairly locked down.
The keys directory setup means for every host or set of hosts I log into I generate a different key! This means loosing a single key to a single system is not a hige swatch of revokes. However regenning all the keys for a yearly rotation or new machine is slightly annoying so I have a fish function called keygen which makes this easier.
I use direnv.net everywhere. I have a few standard functions I use to help me out. Most of it around chef and ruby-install
Rust is one of the few things not set up by the cookbook.
Instead I have a fish function called
init_rust which installs & sets up rust