A handy runner of distributions package managers commands.
Ain't ya just annoyed of having to recall all those different commands of every distribution you happen to need to use? apt that, apk this, dnf those... geez! Look no further! we have here a solution to all your problems: `zae`, where the dream of all tired UNIX power-user comes true.
zae install git neovim zae remove openjdk zae installed zae search '^erlang' zae search --options '--names-only' tmux zae --help
|clean||cl||clean system residual packages dependencies|
|deps||de||install dependencies packages of package|
|depends||dp||list all dependencies of package|
|download||dl||download package binary|
|fix||fx||fix system package manager issues|
|help||hp||shows a list of commands or help for one command|
|info||if||view info about a specific package|
|install||in||install package(s) from repositories|
|installed||id||list all installed packages on system|
|remove||rm||remove one or more installed packages|
|search||sc||search for matching packages of term|
|update||ud||update packages database|
|upgrade||up||upgrade installed packages|
Get all dependencies and install with:
$ bin/setup && bin/install
zae query for configuration files at
exec: /usr/bin/apt become: clean: autoremove deps: build-dep download: download fix: install -f install: install remove: remove update: update upgrade: upgrade user: depends: depends info: show help: help search: search version: version
docker build -t $USER/zae . docker run --rm -it $USER/zae sh -c 'exe/zae install git'
zae was a module of a super package called
cejo, and later on extracted
as standalone package to follow the UNIX main rule: 'do one thing, well'.
- typed ruby
- implement whats is applicable of the twelve factors.
- let user provide w/ additional options to commands (--options).
- generate configuration template
- check if current config has suspect commands as rm,cd,mv, before running
- log configuration changes
- history of commands
- upload to main repository package
- non-safe mode.
- error handling
- fibers/concurrency at processing commands or finding files...