Useful explanation of the history of . profile vs .bash_profile vs .bashed etc
Well here's something I'm trying to figure out... how do I set my PATH so that any application launched within Gnome will have that environment variable?
As an example, Sublime Text 3 cannot find a binary installed in /home/funnylookinhat/go/bin . This is expected, since my .zshrc isn't read or loaded by Gnome or any processes Gnome launches, and that's the only place where I update my PATH.
Any answers / ideas? Or even a great tutorial that I _clearly_ should have read a long time ago? :)
Some of my ramblings about using git with email:
From $415 MRR in April to $9,116 MRR right now!
Let's see where we can take @plausible in the new year!
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I gave the micro editor a try for a while ( https://micro-editor.github.io/ ) - I loved the navigation and plugin system (lua) - but kept falling back to wanting to use my mouse for navigation fairly often.
It's also just handy to have separate windows in the DE for editor and terminal for faster switching.
To everyone suggesting VSCodium or similar - I'm trying to get away from an electron based editor. Honestly I just sort of have a hard time swallowing the Microsoft pill after being a linux / foss advocate through the 90s/00s (when it was trying to ruin FOSS).
VSCode certainly has the right features - but it's just heavier than I'm hoping for. The first time I opened it there was way too much going on by default.
Learning to live outside the city.
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