|0.2.0||Oct 5, 2020|
|0.1.9||Oct 4, 2020|
|0.1.3||Sep 19, 2020|
|0.1.0||Aug 27, 2020|
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Tittle tracks your dotfiles under version control and supports fine-grained user/machine-specific configuration.
You can start your own tittle-managed dotfile repo like so:
> tittle track ~/.config/i3 INFO: tracking /home/enricozb/.config/i3 under i3 > tittle repo firstname.lastname@example.org:enricozb/dotfiles > tittle push
You can also clone an existing one with:
> tittle clone https://github.com/enricozb/dotfiles
Currently the easiest way to install tittle is through
cargo install tittle
- commands: for info on the commands that tittle accepts.
- config: for the tittle config specification.
- templates: for how to use templates and variables.
- tracking: for info on how to use
Throughout the codebase and this document the terms remote and local appear often.
Remote refers to files that are under the
$XDG_CONFIG_HOME/tittle directory. Local
files are those on the user's filesystem currently being used as configs.