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Dotfiles

Last updated Feb 18, 2024

Dotfiles are important files that will play an integral role in your career as a software developer. Dotfiles are configuration files for various programs, and they help those programs manage their functionality.

They are called dotfiles, as these are starting with . and are hidden files on Mac and linux by default. E.g., .config/nvim/ or .zshrc, which are located in the home folder $HOME or simply ~.

I have mine on dotfiles.ssp.sh, and someday, I’d like to automate the installation of my Macbook, with all my dotfiles. See more on dotfiles - automatic computer laptop setup (Macbook).

# Examples of common dotfiles

Some common dotfiles that you may have heard of or used before are:

# Nvim Setup

Neovim Setup


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Created 2023-12-10