Using Yarner to tangle the file that drives the whole process? I should be ashamed of myself. I’m not, but I feel like I should be.
Building everything with Yarner
I let Yarner do its thing. Then I copy my newly generated
justfile and dotbot configs to the project root, making sure to back up the current copies. If I screw up, I can always go to the backup. If I screw up bad, I can always go back to Git history. If I screw up real bad, I have another computer.
Installing my configs with dotbot
Invoke dotbot to link with files and directories.
Remove the build artifacts if they exist. Better be careful about running this, as it will confuse Dotbot.
Checking window managers
It’s a manual process: run a nested X server with
If anything is off, fix it and reload from inside the nested server.
I need some kind of test process, but better think about what that would look like before I try.
Added to vault 2024-01-15. Updated on 2024-02-01