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README.md

Config files

Nix

I've started the process of leveraging Nix to manage my system configurations. This repo holds files used for managing user environments with Home Manager, largely adapted from the wonderful examples at nix-starter-configs and the same author's more advanced nix-config.

The .example_work_profile directory demonstrates how I use a private repo to overlay my work-specific configurations on top of my personal ones.

I've preserved my previous configs in the .legacy_dotfiles directory, but I'm not actively maintaining them anymore.