mkrc - Man Page

bless files into a dotfile managed by rcm

Synopsis

mkrc[-ChoqSsVvUu] [-t tag] [-d dir] [-B hostname] files ...

Description

This program adds files to your dotfiles directory then installs it back into your home directory. It can install files under a tag or different source directory. It supports these options:

-B HOSTNAME

use the supplied hostname instead of computing one. Implies -o.

-C

copy instead of symlinking when installing the rc file back into your home directory

-d DIR

install dotfiles under the specified directory. This can be specified multiple times.

-h

show usage instructions.

-o

install dotfiles into the host-specific directory

-q

decrease verbosity

-S

treat the specified rc files as files to be symlinked, even if they are directories

-s

if the rc file is a file, symlink it; otherwise, make a directory structure as described in rcup(1) in the section ALGORITHM. This is the default.

-t TAG

install dotfiles according to tag

-U

the specified files or directories are to be installed without a leading dot.

-u

the specified files or directories are to be installed with a leading dot. This is the default.

-v

increase verbosity. This can be repeated for extra verbosity.

-V

show the version number.

Environment

RCRC

User configuration file. Defaults to ~/.rcrc.

Files

~/.dotfiles ~/.rcrc

Examples

mkrc ~/.vimrc

mkrc -t zsh -d company-dotfiles ~/.zshrc ~/.zlogin

mkrc -o ~/.rcrc

mkrc -C .ssh

mkrc -S .zpretzo

mkrc -U bin

See Also

lsrc(1), rcdn(1), rcup(1), rcrc(5), rcm(7)

Authors

mkrc is maintained by Mike Burns <mburns@thoughtbot.com> and thoughtbot

Referenced By

lsrc(1), rcdn(1), rcm(7), rcrc(5), rcup(1).

July 28, 2013