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vcsh allows you to have several git repositories, all maintaining their working trees in $HOME without clobbering each other. That, in turn, means you can have one repository per config set (zsh, vim, ssh, etc), picking and choosing which configs you want to use on which machine. <small>vcsh README file</small>
The default enabled repositories are mr (this one), sh (which contains the shell configuration [bash,zsh,…]) and vim.
The convention I used is the following for the vcsh/mr configuration (
is to omit the
-config fo the filename, e.g.
# apt-get install -t squeeze-backports mr vcsh
<del>This repository currently depend on the
hook_support branch of my vcsh fork
on github. Maybe someday it'll be merged upstream. The master branch of my fork
is merge with the
A branch is made for bootstraping the default configuration (with the vcsh hooks, etc…). If you like on-liner command, here is one for you.
$ bash < <(curl -s "https://raw.github.com/vdemeester/vcsh-home/bootstrap/bootstrap.sh")