Variables inside the script may be changed to customize the repo.
The variable names inside of the script are prefixed with
|Variable name||Description||Default value|
| ||The GitHub organization name|| |
| ||The git directory in which the repo is is cloned|| |
| ||The email address used to log into || |
| ||The name of the GitHub repository|| |
| ||The URL of the repository|| |
| ||The directory to which the repo is locally cloned|| |
| ||The ID of the GPG || |
| ||The attachment ID of the GPG || |
| ||The ID of the SSH || |
| ||The attachment ID of the SSH || |
Variables may be changed during runtime by adding the variable values to the script run command.
/bin/bash -c "$(ORG_NAME=myorgname curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/nicholaswilde/dotfiles2/main/scripts/init.sh)"
New dotfiles just need to be added to the root directory of the repo and task will then automatically add a symbolic link when
task dotfiles is run.
New config files need to be added to the
.config repo directory and then the
dotfiles task in
Taskfile.yaml needs to be updated.