I made a package manager. It can download a package. It depends on simple ini files in a repository instead of package.json or anything else. Its entire production zip is less than 5kbs of space including docs and other things. It is written in ruby and depends on curl and Inifile to download and read the package files , respectively. feedback and pull requests (for packages) welcome!
Latte , The Hackable , Open source , Cross Platform ,Package Manager.
✨Its Fast! (Mostly)
✨It's Supported on Pretty much everything!
✨Oh for goodness sake , The README is bigger than the actual Package manager! seriously , no kidding you can check the file size!It's just bigger than it has to be for the README to be 2x bigger
✨More to come!
- ruby 2.6 or higher
- latest production zip.
⚠️Nothing but the latest is supported
- bundler gem
- extract the file called lattefile & the gemfile into your home directory
- in your .bashrc or .zshrc add:
alias latte ="ruby ~/lattefile"
- if using fish , in your config.fish add:
alias latte "ruby ~/lattefile"
- and then run
to install dependencies.
- Delete the gemfile
- You should now be able to use Latte. Try:
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