dotfiles - My dotfiles based on Makefile

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This dotfiles is for Arch linux. Since there is no such as a distribution without make, if you make Makefile, you can correspond to any distribution. Let's make a Makefile immediately. Easy to build development environment with this command.

https://solist.work/blog/posts/dotfiles/
https://github.com/masasam/dotfiles

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