Dotfiles, utilities, and other apparatus.

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  1. # In order to build this package, apt-get install equivs, then:
  2. #
  3. # equivs-build ns-control
  4. #
  5. # ...and you should wind up with a .deb. You can then do:
  6. #
  7. # dpkg -i bpb-kit_2.0.0_all.deb
  8. # apt-get -f install
  9. #
  10. # Or:
  11. #
  12. # apt-get install gdebi
  13. # gdebi bpb-kit_2.0.0_all.deb
  14. #
  15. # TODO:
  16. #
  17. # [ ] split into console & GUI sections
  18. #
  19. ### Commented entries have reasonable defaults.
  20. ### Uncomment to edit them.
  21. # Source: <source package name; defaults to package name>
  22. Section: misc
  23. Priority: optional
  24. Homepage: https://code.p1k3.com/gitea/brennen/bpb-kit
  25. Standards-Version: 3.9.2
  26. Package: bpb-kit
  27. Version: 3.0.0
  28. Maintainer: Brennen Bearnes <bbearnes@gmail.com>
  29. # Pre-Depends: <comma-separated list of packages>
  30. Depends: build-essential, xterm, tmux, vim, perl, ack-grep, git, git-gui, htop, zsh, suckless-tools, figlet, xmonad, trayer, xmobar, volumeicon-alsa, curl, jq, byzanz, festival, clipit, redshift-gtk, ranger, rofi, xsettingsd, wmctrl
  31. # Recommends: vim-gnome
  32. # Suggests: <comma-separated list of packages>
  33. # Provides: <comma-separated list of packages>
  34. # Replaces: <comma-separated list of packages>
  35. # Architecture: all
  36. # Copyright: <copyright file; defaults to GPL2>
  37. # Changelog: <changelog file; defaults to a generic changelog>
  38. # Readme: <README.Debian file; defaults to a generic one>
  39. # Extra-Files: <comma-separated list of additional files for the doc directory>
  40. # Files: bin/photocp /usr/local/
  41. # <more pairs, if there's more than one file to include. Notice the starting space>
  42. Description: enable brennen's preferred environment on a debian system
  43. Installs a range of things I expect to have available.
  44. .
  45. Includes dev tools, terminal stuff, a handful of system utils.