~/pkb/Dotfiles/, what we want to do is to put your actual dotfiles in this folder, and then symlink them to where the applications are expecting to find them. Here's a very crude version of what this might look like:
install.shscript above, which does the following:
-nflags are important), and so if you discover a new set of dotfiles to preserve, e.g.
.my.cnf, move it into the Dotfiles folder, add the corresponding symlink command to the install script (
ln -f -s $HOME/.my.cnf $DOTFILES_DIR/.my.cnf), and then re-run the install script.