My dotfiles used for LARBS
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Author: Luke Smith <>
Date:   Sat, 23 Nov 2019 18:24:23 -0500

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diff --git a/ b/ @@ -5,30 +5,33 @@ These are the dotfiles deployed by [LARBS]( and as seen on [my - Very useful scripts are in `~/.local/bin/` - Settings for: - vim/nvim (text editor) + - zsh (shell) + - i3wm/i3-gaps (window manager) + - i3blocks (status bar) - sxhkd (general key binder) - - lf (file browser) + - ranger (file manager) + - lf (file manager) - mpd/ncmpcpp (music) - sxiv (image/gif viewer) - mpv (video player) + - calcurse (calendar program) + - tmux + - other stuff like xdg default programs, inputrc and more, etc. - I try to minimize what's directly in `~` so: - All configs that can be in `~/.config/` are. - Some environmental variables have been set in `~/.profile` to move configs into `~/.config/` -- Bookmarks in text files used by various scripts +- Bookmarks in text files used by various scripts (like `~/.local/bin/shortcuts`) - File bookmarks in `~/.config/files` - Directory bookmarks in `~/.config/directories` -## I'm looking for i3, ranger, etc. Where are they? - -There are two branches in this repository, `master`, which I use myself and regularly update (using dwm as a window manager), and `archi3` which is an older an more-or-less constant branch that contains older dotfiles, including those for programs I no longer use (like ranger) and which runs i3 as a window manager. -If problems arise with my i3 configuration here, you'll have to bring them up to me since I no longer use it. -I'd estimate that more of my subscribers use i3 rather than dwm, so I keep it here for them. +## Want even more? My setup is pretty modular nowadays. I use several suckless program that are meant to be configured and compiled by the user and I also have separate repos for some other things. Check out their links: -- [dwm]( (the window manager) -- [st]( (the terminal emulator) +- [dwm]( (the window manager I usually use now which is fully compatible with this repo) +- [st]( (the terminal emulator assumed to be used by these dotfiles) - [mutt-wizard (`mw`)]( - (a terminal-based email system that can store your mail offline without effort) ## Install these dotfiles