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#138 in Configuration
.trove is a CLI tool used to manage dotfiles.
.trove is intended to be used alongside a repository, but also works fine if initialized in a standard directory.
It gives you the ability to map, store, and version control (if used in a git repo) your dotfiles, as well as an easy deployment/removal process.
dot-trove is the baseline executable. Invoking will give help messages, as will using
--help on any command.
init <PATH>: initializes a trove and store. If one already exists, it allows trove to find the store for other commands
add <PATH> <NAME>: add a file or directory to the trove under a specified name will automatically replace the path to your home directory with
$HOMEfor dynamic deployment
remove \[-p <PATH> | -n <NAME>]: takes a path OR a name of an entry and removes it from the trove will place the stored file in the expected host_path. Also follows the
deploy [-c <CATEGORY> | -n <NAME>]: deploys all stored files optionally, a specific name or all of a given category
pack [-c <CATEGORY> | -n <NAME>]: packs all stored files optionally, a specific name or all of a given category
status: shows current trove configuration
- have an enabled flag on each entry and have status show green/red for each entry whether they are active