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  2. 2
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  3. 154
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  4. 342
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engine/dev.sh

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#!/usr/bin/env zsh
cd "$(git rev-parse --show-toplevel)" || exit 1
source ./engine/envvars.sh
## colors for tput
# black=0
red=1
@ -13,8 +16,11 @@ green() { printf "$(tput setaf $green)%s$(tput sgr0)" "$*" }
yellow() { printf "$(tput setaf $yellow)%s$(tput sgr0)" "$*" }
blue() { printf "$(tput setaf $blue)%s$(tput sgr0)" "$*" }
tee >(lorri watch | sed 's/^/[lorri] /' ) \
>(./engine/serve.sh | sed 's/^/[http] /') \
>(./engine/auto-build.sh | sed 's/^/[make] /') \
>(sleep 1 && open 'http://127.0.0.1:3000')
pipegreen() {while read line; do green $line; done}
pipeyellow() {while read line; do yellow $line; done}
pipeblue() {while read line; do blue $line; done}
tee >(lorri watch | sed 's/^/[lorri] /' | pipegreen ) \
>(./engine/serve.sh | sed 's/^/[http] /' | pipeyellow) \
>(./engine/auto-build.sh | sed 's/^/[make] /' | pipeblue) \
>(sleep 1 && open 'http://127.0.0.1:3000')

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engine/optim-img.sh

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if [[ "${src:e}" == "gif" ]]; then
after=$(sizeof $dst)
dest=$dst
else
cwebp "$dst" -quiet -o "$dst.webp"
after=$(sizeof $dst.webp)
dest=$dst.webp
fi

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;;; doom-zen-writer-theme.el --- -*- lexical-binding: t; no-byte-compile: t; -*-
;;
;; Author: Yann Esposito <https://github.com/yogsototh>
;; Created: October 24, 2021
;; Version: 1.0.0
;; Keywords: custom themes, faces
;; Homepage: https://github.com/hlissner/emacs-doom-themes
;; Package-Requires: ((emacs "25.1") (cl-lib "0.5") (doom-themes "2.2.1"))
;;
;;; Code:
(require 'doom-themes)
;;
;;; Variables
(defgroup doom-plain-theme nil
"Options for the `doom-plain' theme."
:group 'doom-themes)
(defcustom doom-plain-padded-modeline doom-themes-padded-modeline
"If non-nil, adds a 4px padding to the mode-line.
Can be an integer to determine the exact padding."
:group 'doom-plain-theme
:type '(or integer boolean))
;;
;;; Theme definition
(def-doom-theme doom-zen-writer
"Theme inspired by gko's plain."
;; name default/256/16
((bg '("#ffffff"))
(bg-alt '("#eaecea"))
(base0 '("#969896"))
(base1 '("#f1f3f5"))
(base2 '("#606666"))
(base3 '("#cccccc"))
(base4 '("#e7e7e7"))
(base5 '("#a5a8a6"))
(base6 '("#fafafa"))
(base7 '("#dfdfdf"))
(base8 '("#fafafa"))
(fg '("#969896"))
(fg-alt (doom-lighten fg 0.15))
(grey fg)
(red fg)
(blue fg)
(dark-blue fg)
(orange fg)
(green fg)
(teal fg)
(yellow fg)
(magenta fg)
(violet fg)
(cyan fg)
(dark-cyan fg)
;; face categories -- required for all themes
(highlight base2)
(vertical-bar base5)
(selection base1)
(builtin base0)
(comments base5)
(doc-comments base5)
(constants base0)
(functions fg)
(keywords fg)
(methods fg)
(operators fg)
(type fg)
(strings base0)
(variables base0)
(numbers base0)
(region base4)
(error (doom-blend fg "#ff0000" 0.4))
(warning base2)
(success green)
(vc-modified base5)
(vc-added (doom-lighten fg 0.7))
(vc-deleted base2)
;; custom categories
(-modeline-pad
(when doom-plain-padded-modeline
(if (integerp doom-plain-padded-modeline) doom-plain-padded-modeline 4)))
(modeline-bg (doom-darken bg-alt 0.15))
(modeline-bg-alt (doom-darken bg-alt 0.1))
(modeline-bg-inactive (doom-darken bg-alt 0.1))
(modeline-bg-inactive-alt bg-alt)
(modeline-fg fg)
(modeline-fg-alt (doom-darken modeline-bg-inactive 0.35)))
;;;; Base theme face overrides
((error :underline `(:style wave :color ,error))
(warning :underline `(:style wave :color ,warning))
(hl-sentence :foreground "#000000" :background bg)
((font-lock-constant-face &override) :slant 'italic)
((font-lock-comment-face &override) :slant 'italic)
((font-lock-function-name-face &override) :slant 'italic)
((font-lock-type-face &override) :slant 'italic)
(hl-line :background base8)
((line-number &override) :foreground base3)
((line-number-current-line &override) :foreground base2)
(mode-line
:background modeline-bg :foreground modeline-fg
:box (if -modeline-pad `(:line-width ,-modeline-pad :color ,modeline-bg)))
(mode-line-inactive
:background modeline-bg-inactive :foreground modeline-fg-alt
:box (if -modeline-pad `(:line-width ,-modeline-pad :color ,modeline-bg-inactive)))
(mode-line-emphasis :foreground highlight)
;;;; doom-modeline
(doom-modeline-bar :background modeline-bg)
(doom-modeline-bar-inactive :inherit 'doom-modeline-bar)
(doom-modeline-project-dir :foreground fg)
(doom-modeline-buffer-file :foreground fg)
(doom-modeline-buffer-modified :weight 'bold :foreground "#000000")
(doom-modeline-panel :inherit 'mode-line-highlight :background base3 :foreground fg)
;;;; ivy
(ivy-posframe :background bg-alt)
;;;; magit
((magit-diff-added-highlight &override) :foreground fg :background (doom-blend vc-added bg 0.3))
((magit-diff-removed &override) :foreground (doom-lighten fg 0.4) :background (doom-blend vc-deleted bg 0.1))
((magit-diff-removed-highlight &override) :foreground fg :background (doom-blend vc-deleted bg 0.22))
;;;; lsp-mode
(lsp-headerline-breadcrumb-symbols-face :foreground keywords :weight 'bold)
;;;; outline <built-in>
(outline-1 :slant 'italic :foreground fg-alt)
(outline-2 :inherit 'outline-1 :foreground base2)
(outline-3 :inherit 'outline-2)
(outline-4 :inherit 'outline-3)
(outline-5 :inherit 'outline-4)
(outline-6 :inherit 'outline-5)
(outline-7 :inherit 'outline-6)
(outline-8 :inherit 'outline-7)
;;;; org <built-in>
((org-block &override) :background bg-alt)
((org-block-begin-line &override) :foreground base5)
;;;; solaire-mode
(solaire-mode-line-face
:inherit 'mode-line
:background modeline-bg-alt
:box (if -modeline-pad `(:line-width ,-modeline-pad :color ,modeline-bg-alt)))
(solaire-mode-line-inactive-face
:inherit 'mode-line-inactive
:background modeline-bg-inactive-alt
:box (if -modeline-pad `(:line-width ,-modeline-pad :color ,modeline-bg-inactive-alt)))))
;;; doom-plain-theme.el ends here

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#+title: iA writer clone within doom-emacs
#+description:
#+keywords: emacs org-mode
#+author: Yann Esposito
#+email: yann@esposito.host
#+date: [2021-10-24 Sun]
#+lang: en
#+options: auto-id:t
#+startup: showeverything
So I played with tweaking my emacs configuration again.
I think I made something worth to be shared.
I wanted to have the same effect than in iA writer within emacs.
And I just reached this.
So the effect I am looking to achieve can be seen in this video.
#+name: demo video
#+begin_export html
<video src="./zen-writer-demo.mov" width="100%" controls autoplay>
<a href="./zen-writer-demo.mov">zen-writer-demo video (7.2MB)</a>
</video>
#+end_export
#+begin_comment
=> ./zen-writer-demo.mov zen-writer-demo video (7.2MB)
#+end_comment
It highlight the current sentence (in black) while the rest of the text is
gray.
The main issue with the =hl-sentence= package alone is that it set a specific
face to the current sentence, but does not affect the other text in the
buffer.
In fact to make it work as I would expect, you need to make the default
color grey, and only set black for the highlighted text.
Fortunately, I have recently created a personal theme close to that.
I just created a new specific one.
Everything is mostly "gray" except the font ~hl-sentence~ which is black.
And that's it.
So to make it all work I need.
- a Gray theme,
- the package ~hl-sentence~,
- the ~writeroom~ package.
So how to achieve that yourself?
Here is how I do it.
** The zen-writer theme
:PROPERTIES:
:CUSTOM_ID: the-zen-writer-theme
:END:
Download [[./doom-zen-writer-theme.el][Doom Zen-Writer theme]].
This depend on doom-themes and here is the code of the theme.
Just put it in you =~/.doom.d/themes= directory.
** add this is your ~packages.el~
:PROPERTIES:
:CUSTOM_ID: add-this-is-your--packages-el-
:END:
#+begin_src elisp
(package! hl-sentence
:pin "86ae38d3103bd20da5485cbdd59dfbd396c45ee4")
#+end_src
** Helpers
:PROPERTIES:
:CUSTOM_ID: helpers
:END:
You probably want to be able to put you out of this writing mode.
Here is a [[file:zen-writer.el][zen-writer.el]] file that contain my keymaps and useful functions.
Put it in you =~/.doom.d/= directory and in you =config.el=
put
#+begin_src emacs-lisp
(load! "~/.doom.d/zen-writer.el")
#+end_src
And with this you should pass to zen mode with ~SPC y z z~.
To make the un-zen works.
You will need to have a ~y/auto-update-theme~ function that set your current theme.
My function change the theme depending on the time of the day or the day of
the week.
So here it is for inspiration:
#+begin_src emacs-lisp
(defun y/auto-update-theme ()
"depending on time use different theme"
;; very early => gruvbox-light, solarized-light, nord-light
(let* ((day-of-week (format-time-string "%a"))
(week-end? (or (equal "Sat" day-of-week)
(equal "Sun" day-of-week)))
(hour (nth 2 (decode-time (current-time))))
(time-to-sleep? (or (> hour 22) (< hour 7)))
(theme (cond
(time-to-sleep? 'doom-plain-dark)
(week-end? 'doom-nord-light)
((<= 7 hour 8) 'doom-gruvbox-light)
((= 9 hour) 'doom-solarized-light)
((<= 10 hour 16) 'doom-solarized-white)
((<= 17 hour 18) 'doom-gruvbox-light)
((<= 19 hour 22) 'doom-oceanic-next))))
(when (not (equal doom-theme theme))
(setq doom-theme theme)
(load-theme doom-theme t))
;; run that function again next hour
(run-at-time (format "%02d:%02d" (+ hour 1) 0) nil 'y/auto-update-theme)))
#+end_src
** Bonus
:PROPERTIES:
:CUSTOM_ID: bonus
:END:
I use Nerd Fonts and in particular the font `iMWritingDuoS` which is I
think a clone of the iAWriter font.
#+begin_src emacs-lisp
(setq doom-variable-pitch-font
(font-spec :family "iMWritingDuoS Nerd Font" :size 12))
#+end_src
I hope you find this useful.
I really like how it looks now.
** Annex
:PROPERTIES:
:CUSTOM_ID: annex
:END:
The code source used in this article.
*** zen-writer
:PROPERTIES:
:CUSTOM_ID: zen-writer
:END:
#+Name: zen-writer.el
#+begin_src emacs-lisp :tangle zen-writer.el
;;; zen-writer.el -*- lexical-binding: t; -*-
(defun y/zen ()
(interactive)
(setq doom-theme 'doom-zen-writer)
(load-theme doom-theme t)
(hl-sentence-mode +1))
(defun y/unzen ()
(interactive)
(y/auto-update-theme)
(hl-sentence-mode -1))
(defun y/zen-full ()
(interactive)
(y/zen)
(toggle-frame-fullscreen)
(doom-big-font-mode +1))
(defun y/unzen-full ()
(interactive)
(y/unzen)
(toggle-frame-fullscreen)
(doom-big-font-mode -1))
(map! :leader
(:prefix ("y z" . "Zen Writer")
:desc "Full Zen Writer" "z" #'y/zen-full
:desc "un-Full Zen Writer" "u" #'y/unzen-full
:desc "Zen Writer" "t" #'y/zen
:desc "un-Zen Writer" "q" #'y/unzen))
#+end_src
*** zen-writer doom theme
:PROPERTIES:
:CUSTOM_ID: zen-writer-doom-theme
:END:
#+begin_src emacs-lisp :tangle doom-zen-writer-theme.el
;;; doom-zen-writer-theme.el --- -*- lexical-binding: t; no-byte-compile: t; -*-
;;
;; Author: Yann Esposito <https://github.com/yogsototh>
;; Created: October 24, 2021
;; Version: 1.0.0
;; Keywords: custom themes, faces
;; Homepage: https://github.com/hlissner/emacs-doom-themes
;; Package-Requires: ((emacs "25.1") (cl-lib "0.5") (doom-themes "2.2.1"))
;;
;;; Code:
(require 'doom-themes)
;;
;;; Variables
(defgroup doom-plain-theme nil
"Options for the `doom-plain' theme."
:group 'doom-themes)
(defcustom doom-plain-padded-modeline doom-themes-padded-modeline
"If non-nil, adds a 4px padding to the mode-line.
Can be an integer to determine the exact padding."
:group 'doom-plain-theme
:type '(or integer boolean))
;;
;;; Theme definition
(def-doom-theme doom-zen-writer
"Theme inspired by gko's plain."
;; name default/256/16
((bg '("#ffffff"))
(bg-alt '("#eaecea"))
(base0 '("#969896"))
(base1 '("#f1f3f5"))
(base2 '("#606666"))
(base3 '("#cccccc"))
(base4 '("#e7e7e7"))
(base5 '("#a5a8a6"))
(base6 '("#fafafa"))
(base7 '("#dfdfdf"))
(base8 '("#fafafa"))
(fg '("#969896"))
(fg-alt (doom-lighten fg 0.15))
(grey fg)
(red fg)
(blue fg)
(dark-blue fg)
(orange fg)
(green fg)
(teal fg)
(yellow fg)
(magenta fg)
(violet fg)
(cyan fg)
(dark-cyan fg)
;; face categories -- required for all themes
(highlight base2)
(vertical-bar base5)
(selection base1)
(builtin base0)
(comments base5)
(doc-comments base5)
(constants base0)
(functions fg)
(keywords fg)
(methods fg)
(operators fg)
(type fg)
(strings base0)
(variables base0)
(numbers base0)
(region base4)
(error (doom-blend fg "#ff0000" 0.4))
(warning base2)
(success green)
(vc-modified base5)
(vc-added (doom-lighten fg 0.7))
(vc-deleted base2)
;; custom categories
(-modeline-pad
(when doom-plain-padded-modeline
(if (integerp doom-plain-padded-modeline) doom-plain-padded-modeline 4)))
(modeline-bg (doom-darken bg-alt 0.15))
(modeline-bg-alt (doom-darken bg-alt 0.1))
(modeline-bg-inactive (doom-darken bg-alt 0.1))
(modeline-bg-inactive-alt bg-alt)
(modeline-fg fg)
(modeline-fg-alt (doom-darken modeline-bg-inactive 0.35)))
;;;; Base theme face overrides
((error :underline `(:style wave :color ,error))
(warning :underline `(:style wave :color ,warning))
(hl-sentence :foreground "#000000" :background bg)
((font-lock-constant-face &override) :slant 'italic)
((font-lock-comment-face &override) :slant 'italic)
((font-lock-function-name-face &override) :slant 'italic)
((font-lock-type-face &override) :slant 'italic)
(hl-line :background base8)
((line-number &override) :foreground base3)
((line-number-current-line &override) :foreground base2)
(mode-line
:background modeline-bg :foreground modeline-fg
:box (if -modeline-pad `(:line-width ,-modeline-pad :color ,modeline-bg)))
(mode-line-inactive
:background modeline-bg-inactive :foreground modeline-fg-alt
:box (if -modeline-pad `(:line-width ,-modeline-pad :color ,modeline-bg-inactive)))
(mode-line-emphasis :foreground highlight)
;;;; doom-modeline
(doom-modeline-bar :background modeline-bg)
(doom-modeline-bar-inactive :inherit 'doom-modeline-bar)
(doom-modeline-project-dir :foreground fg)
(doom-modeline-buffer-file :foreground fg)
(doom-modeline-buffer-modified :weight 'bold :foreground "#000000")
(doom-modeline-panel :inherit 'mode-line-highlight :background base3 :foreground fg)
;;;; ivy
(ivy-posframe :background bg-alt)
;;;; magit
((magit-diff-added-highlight &override) :foreground fg :background (doom-blend vc-added bg 0.3))
((magit-diff-removed &override) :foreground (doom-lighten fg 0.4) :background (doom-blend vc-deleted bg 0.1))
((magit-diff-removed-highlight &override) :foreground fg :background (doom-blend vc-deleted bg 0.22))
;;;; lsp-mode
(lsp-headerline-breadcrumb-symbols-face :foreground keywords :weight 'bold)
;;;; outline <built-in>
(outline-1 :slant 'italic :foreground fg-alt)
(outline-2 :inherit 'outline-1 :foreground base2)
(outline-3 :inherit 'outline-2)
(outline-4 :inherit 'outline-3)
(outline-5 :inherit 'outline-4)
(outline-6 :inherit 'outline-5)
(outline-7 :inherit 'outline-6)
(outline-8 :inherit 'outline-7)
;;;; org <built-in>
((org-block &override) :background bg-alt)
((org-block-begin-line &override) :foreground base5)
;;;; solaire-mode
(solaire-mode-line-face
:inherit 'mode-line
:background modeline-bg-alt
:box (if -modeline-pad `(:line-width ,-modeline-pad :color ,modeline-bg-alt)))
(solaire-mode-line-inactive-face
:inherit 'mode-line-inactive
:background modeline-bg-inactive-alt
:box (if -modeline-pad `(:line-width ,-modeline-pad :color ,modeline-bg-inactive-alt)))))
;;; doom-zen-writer-theme.el ends here
#+end_src

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;;; zen-writer.el -*- lexical-binding: t; -*-
(defun y/zen ()
(interactive)
(setq doom-theme 'doom-zen-writer)
(load-theme doom-theme t)
(hl-sentence-mode +1))
(defun y/unzen ()
(interactive)
(y/auto-update-theme)
(hl-sentence-mode -1))
(defun y/zen-full ()
(interactive)
(y/zen)
(toggle-frame-fullscreen)
(doom-big-font-mode +1))
(defun y/unzen-full ()
(interactive)
(y/unzen)
(toggle-frame-fullscreen)
(doom-big-font-mode -1))
(map! :leader
(:prefix ("y z" . "Zen Writer")
:desc "Full Zen Writer" "z" #'y/zen-full
:desc "un-Full Zen Writer" "u" #'y/unzen-full
:desc "Zen Writer" "t" #'y/zen
:desc "un-Zen Writer" "q" #'y/unzen))

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#+title: My personal environment sync
#+description:
#+keywords: programming
#+author: Yann Esposito
#+email: yann@esposito.host
#+date: [2021-10-30 Sat]
#+lang: en
#+options: auto-id:t
#+startup: showeverything
I have a quite specific system that I improved along the years to manage my
local environment.
Think about, binaries I expect to have in my shell, as well as
configuration files for various utilities, and a few personal scripts.
The notion of what is exactly my local environment is not perfectly defined.
I expect every of my computers to behave slightly differently.
Some are for work-only, some personal use only.
For the things I want everywhere, I have a peculiar personal system.
I use a personal script that depends on [[https://yadm.io][yadm]] and [[https://github.com/nix-community/home-manager][home-manager]].
My script try to check if some files where updated and react accordingly:
1. I download the dot-files changes via =yadm=.
2. If my home-manager files changes, it will run ~home-manager switch~
; if it fails, try to update nix channels then try again.
3. If my doom emacs packages changed, it will run ~doom sync~
4. If the script itself changed, it re-run the script after updating itself.
If the script detect that I changed my emacs configuration, it runs ~doom
sync~ or ~doom sync -u~.
Here it is:
#+begin_src bash
#!/bin/bash
### logs fn helpers
## colors for tput
# black=0
red=1
green=2
yellow=3
blue=4
# magenta=5
# cyan=6
# white=7
highpr() {
printf "$(tput setaf $green)→$(tput sgr0) $(tput bold)%-60s$(tput sgr0)" "$*"
}
ok() {
local txt="OK"
echo -e " [$(tput bold)$(tput setaf $green)${txt}$(tput sgr0)]" >&2
}
info() {
echo -e " [$(tput bold)$(tput setaf $blue)$*$(tput sgr0)]" >&2
}
warn() {
echo -e "$(tput bold)$(tput setaf $yellow)$*$(tput sgr0)" >&2
}
err() {
echo -e "$(tput bold)$(tput setaf $red)$*$(tput sgr0)" >&2
}
fail() {
err -e "\n[ERR] $*"
exit 1
}
highpr "check nix"
if ! [ -x "$(command -v nix)" ]; then
echo
err "nix does not seem to be installed."
err "Install it from: https://nixos.org/nix/"
exit 1
fi
ok
highpr "yadm fetch"
yadm fetch --quiet || fail "yadm fetch failed"
ok
# check the hash of a few files before doing yadm pull
OLD_SYNC_ENV_ID=$(yadm rev-parse HEAD:bin/sync-env.sh)
OLD_HOME_MANAGER_ID=$(yadm rev-parse HEAD:.config/nixpkgs/home.nix)
OLD_DOOM_PACKAGES=$(yadm rev-parse HEAD:.doom.d/packages.el)
OLD_DOOM_INIT=$(yadm rev-parse HEAD:.doom.d/init.el)
highpr "yadm pull"
yadm pull --quiet || fail "yadm pull failed"
ok
# check the hash of a few files after doing yadm pull
NEW_SYNC_ENV_ID=$(yadm rev-parse HEAD:bin/sync-env.sh)
NEW_HOME_MANAGER_ID=$(yadm rev-parse HEAD:.config/nixpkgs/home.nix)
NEW_DOOM_PACKAGES=$(yadm rev-parse HEAD:.doom.d/packages.el)
NEW_DOOM_INIT=$(yadm rev-parse HEAD:.doom.d/init.el)
highpr "check sync-env diff"
if ! [ "$OLD_SYNC_ENV_ID" = "$NEW_SYNC_ENV_ID" ]; then
warn " changed"
warn " Starting ~/bin/sync-env.sh again"
echo
~/bin/sync-env.sh
exit $?
fi
ok
if [ -f "$HOME/.yadm/files.gpg" ]; then
highpr "yadm decrypt"
yadm decrypt || fail "yadm decrypt failed"
ok
fi
highpr "home-manager"
USERNAME_NIX_FILE="$HOME/.config/nixpkgs/username.nix"
if [ ! -f "$USERNAME_NIX_FILE" ]; then
echo "\"$USER\"" >> "$USERNAME_NIX_FILE"
fi
if ! [ "$OLD_HOME_MANAGER_ID" = "$NEW_HOME_MANAGER_ID" ]; then
echo
highpr "home-manager switch"
home-manager switch || \
( nix-channel --update && home-manager switch ) || \
fail "home-manager switch failed"
ok
else
info "skipped"
fi
highpr "doom-emacs"
doompath="$HOME/.emacs.d/bin/doom"
if ! [ "$OLD_DOOM_PACKAGES" = "$NEW_DOOM_PACKAGES" ] || \
! [ "$OLD_DOOM_INIT" = "$NEW_DOOM_INIT" ]; then
if [[ -x $doompath ]]; then
echo
highpr "doom sync"
$doompath sync || fail "doom failed to sync"
ok
else
fail "Cannot find doom executable at $doompath";
fi
else
info "skipped"
fi
#+end_src
** Bootstrapping
:PROPERTIES:
:CUSTOM_ID: boostraping
:END:
Bootstrapping this system is always a nice problem to think about.
It is smooth when everything is set but to bootstrap it I need binaries
installed by this system...
So...
How to handle the dependency cycle correctly?
To minimize the pain, I removed more and more bootstrapping dependencies.
Now my almost single dependence for bootstrapping my environment is =nix=.
I haven't initialized any machine for a long time now.
The following should work.
0. Use fish[fn:fish] ~chsh /bin/fish~
1. Install nix
~curl -L https://nixos.org/nix/install | sh~
2. Install home-manager
#+begin_src bash
nix-channel --add https://github.com/nix-community/home-manager/archive/release-21.05.tar.gz home-manager
nix-channel --update
export NIX_PATH=$HOME/.nix-defexpr/channels${NIX_PATH:+:}$NIX_PATH
nix-shell '<home-manager>' -A install
#+end_src
3. Install and use ~yadm~
#+begin_src bash
nix-shell -p yadm
yadm boostrap
yadm remote set-url origin <url-to-my-dot-files-repo>
yadm pull
#+end_src
4. Still in the =nix-shell= with =yadm= run ~~/bin/sync-env.sh~
There is a risk that step 3 fail because I pin most of my packages in
home-manager configuration, and it will try to install =yadm=. This can
conflict with the =yadm= installed in the current =nix-shell=.
So sometime I need to:
1. Remove the line installing =yadm= in my home-manager configuration first
2. run =home-manager sync=
3. get out of the =nix-shell=,
4. add =yadm= back in the =home-manager= config
5. run =home-manager sync= again, but this time out of the =nix-shell=.
6. Finally I can run my =~/bin/sync-env.sh= command.
So this post will probably be useful as a personal note in the future.
Because bootstrapping is generally not trivial.
I will probably update this post if something is missing.
[fn:fish] I use fish for interactive shell. I use ~zsh~ for quick dirty
scripts (a lot better than bash), and I switch to [[https://hackage.haskell.org/package/turtle][turtle]] if I need to be
serious about the script.
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