Via Prompt

Commands structure

Ritchie core commands are executed following this pattern:

RIT + VERBO + SUBSTANTIVO

Formulas structure

Formula commands are executed following this pattern:

RIT + GRUPO + VERBO + SUBSTANTIVO

If you want to see more formulas, check the github community repository.

Flags

Flags

Operation

rit --help

Help for any Ritchie command

rit --version

Display Ritchie current version

➜ rit --help
A CLI that developers can build and operate
your applications without help from the infra staff.
Complete documentation is available at https://github.com/ZupIT/ritchie-cli
core commands:
add add objects
completion Add autocomplete for terminal
clean clean objects
create Create objects
delete Delete objects
list list objects
set Set objects
show Show objects
update update objects
commons commands:
aws Apply Aws objects
docker Manipulate docker objects
github Manipulate GitHub objects
k8s Manipulate k8s objects
kafka Kafka commands
scaffold Manipulate scaffold objects
Other Commands:
Options:
-v, --version: version for rit
Usage:
rit [flags] [options]
Use "rit <command> --help" for more information about a given command.
➜ rit --version
rit version 1.0.0-beta.7 (single)
Build date: 05/20/20_13:29
Built with: go1.14.3

Core commands

Commands

Operation

rit add repo

add a new repository tree (to access repository formulas with Ritchie)

rit clean repo

clean the cache of a repository

rit completion zsh

add autocomplete via zsh

rit completion bash

add autocomplete via bash

rit create formula

create a new formula from scratch

(as well as a new local repository for test)

rit create user

create a new user (with default role) into the organisation (only available for admin role on the Team version)

rit delete repo

delete a repository tree (to remove access to the repository formulas with Ritchie)

rit delete user

delete a user from the organisation

(only available for admin role on the Team version)

rit delete context

delete a context form the session

rit list repo

list all repository that Ritchie has access on the computer

rit login

user login to a team (creating a session)

rit logout

user logout from session

rit set credential

set new credentials into the session

rit set context

set a new context into the session

rit set server

set the team server URL (Team version)

rit show context

show the current session context

rit update repo

update all repositories tree (to access new formulas from those repositories with Ritchie)