Consider this script. #! /usr/bin/env bash mkdir -p target mkdir -p mydir/package/ touch mydir/package/file ln --symbolic mydir stow file stow stow --verbose --dir=./stow --target=./target package ...
What must I do to have stow only linking the binaries (and maybe the man pages) correctly? I want to use GNU stow to manage local installs on my machine. However, stow does not simply symlinks the ...
Let's assume the following structure of a folder called scripts. ├── scripts │ └── .scripts │ ├── script1 │ ├── script2 │ └── script3 │ └── .config │ ├── script4 │ ├─...
According to the official XStow news, the package was last updated on 2010-07-22. On the other hand, the GNU Stow git repository (mantained by Adam Spiers) had activity just 10 days ago, and the ...
What is the recommended way of dealing with GNU Stow conflicts? I tried to stow readline-6.2 and got the following warning: > stow readline-6.2 Loading defaults from /home/josh/.stowrc WARNING! ...
I am trying to get started with GNU Stow. I have defined STOW_DIR to point to a personal path: STOW_DIR=/some/path I then build a package of my choice from the tarball and install it under STOW_DIR....
TLDR: Can I pre-define a stow folder other than /usr/local with GNU Stow? I do not have admin privileges on the machine I use for work, and I was told that I could use GNU Stow to manage my ...