Project Manager for Moon
basalt new NAME # this will create a new basalt ready project
- Project has been removed, basalt is now purely a package manager.
- Fixed issue where packages that were not stated in the Basaltfile would be included.
- Added autoload option for pkg defs in a Basaltfile, this allows you to finetune the output of the packages/load, preventing certain packages from loading automatically.
- Added conflicts field for pkg.yml This can be used to stop a package from being included with another package, which may cause it to unstable. This is for cases such as having 2 different packages which define the same system. (possibly different versions)
- Added -f, --basaltfile option
- Added install_method setting for Basaltfile
This allows the changing of the installation method for packages, by default this is 'ref', which means to symlink the package into the current package. Use 'copy' to copy the package instead.
set install_method: 'copy' # insert your packaging here
Please note you can overload the install_method per package by including it as an option.
set install_method: 'copy' pkg 'my-awesome-package', install_method: 'ref' # will be symlinked from the repo pkg 'my-notso-awesome-package' # will be copied from the repo
- New CLI options
- -v, --verbose
Verbose can be very talky, this is helpful when you need to debug its cluttered internals.
- -i, --install-method=METHOD
As with the previous addition,
synccommands now use the --install-method option.
basalt install -i copy
- module(s) -> package(s)
- Basaltmods -> Basaltfile
This change affects the entire codebase and CLI app, from here on, modules are not reffered to as packages instead. NOTE: no effort has been made to make this backwards compatable with the "modules" convention used previoiusly.
basalt package new # new command for quickly creating new packages basalt package install # install a package into an existing project, this will read # an existing Basaltfile and install the package to the directory # specified basalt package uninstall # revserse of install, removes a package from the project basalt package sync # removes old packages and installs new packages basalt package update # same as sync basalt package list # lists both the available and installed packages, packages are # color-coded based on their state basalt package list-available # lists all available packages in the repo. basalt package list-installed # lists all currently installed packages in the project. # NOTE: this will only read the existing Basaltfile and report what # has been chosen. # The package, MAY or MAY NOT be installed at all until basalt # package update has been ran