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# Dotbot [![Build Status](https://travis-ci.org/anishathalye/dotbot.svg?branch=master)](https://travis-ci.org/anishathalye/dotbot)
Dotbot makes installing your dotfiles as easy as `git clone $url && cd dotfiles
&& ./install`, even on a freshly installed system!
- [Rationale](#rationale)
- [Getting Started](#getting-started)
- [Configuration](#configuration)
- [Directives](#directives)
- [Link](#link)
- [Create](#create)
- [Shell](#shell)
- [Clean](#clean)
- [Defaults](#defaults)
- [Plugins](#plugins)
- [Wiki][wiki]
[![Build Status](https://travis-ci.org/anishathalye/dotbot.svg?branch=master)](https://travis-ci.org/anishathalye/dotbot)
## Rationale
Dotbot is a tool that bootstraps your dotfiles (it's a [Dot]files
[bo]o[t]strapper, get it?). It does *less* than you think, because version
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If you want an in-depth tutorial about organizing your dotfiles, see this [blog
Get Running in 5 Minutes
## Getting Started
### Starting Fresh?
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[equivalent][json2yaml] of the YAML configuration given above. JSON
configuration files are conventionally named `install.conf.json`.
## Configuration
Dotbot uses YAML or JSON-formatted configuration files to let you specify how
to set up your dotfiles. Currently, Dotbot knows how to [link](#link) files and
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Also, note that `~` in YAML is the same as `null` in JSON. If you want a single
character string containing a tilde, make sure to enclose it in quotes: `'~'`
## Directives
### Link
Link commands specify how files and directories should be symbolically linked.
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either absolute paths or paths relative to the base directory. It is
recommended that these options are added directly to the `install` script.
## Wiki
Check out the [Dotbot wiki][wiki] for more information, tips and tricks,
user-contributed plugins, and more.
## Contributing
Do you have a feature request, bug report, or patch? Great! See
[CONTRIBUTING.md][contributing] for information on what you can do about that.
## Packaging
1. Update version information.
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3. Sign and upload the package using ``twine upload -s dist/*``.
## License
Copyright (c) 2014-2019 Anish Athalye. Released under the MIT License. See
[LICENSE.md][license] for details.