There are two ways to run formulas on Ritchie :
It’s good to reinforce that the default formulas execution method is defined during the initialization step with the
rit init command. You can change this setting by running the following command:
rit set formula-runner
To run a formula locally, it is necessary to have installed on your computer the formula programming languages dependencies used to create the formula.
Example: a formula written in Node will need Node installed on the computer, so it will be able to run locally.
All formulas can run regardless the programming language used from the moment you have
DOCKER installed and running.
Docker user on MacOS: To avoid the ‘Error: exit status 1’, you have to disable the Cloud Experience, depending on your version.
See how: Access on Docker:
You can force Ritchie CLI to execute a formula with a specific method using flags.
--localflag will execute a formula with locally (if the default method is Docker).
--dockerflag will execute a formula with Docker (if the default method is local).
On this section, you saw how to run a formula on Ritchie. To keep learning:
👉 Go to Hello World formula to see different ways to run a formula on Ritchie.
👉 Go to the create formulas section to understand how to create your first automation with Ritchie.
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