It refers to a command line interface, which is a program that processes commands in a software or any computing program only through text.
It refers to reusable input parameters that you can use in Ritchie (example: access data for any tool or api).
On Ritchie, each environment will have its own credentials, which can be necessary to execute specific formulas through the CLI. For example: it's possible to create a professional and a personal environments (or prod and staging) with different credentials, and switch from an environment to another according to the necessity.
On Ritchie's context, a formula is a script that can be executed through a command line once it has been adapted to Ritchie structure. It allows the user to execute it locally or through Docker and with its necessary dependencies.
It refers to a group of commands organized on Ritchie. You can click on the next link to understand more about Tree's structure.
A storage place you can organize features, commands or any files and/or files necessary to use a tool. On Ritchie, there are three repositories created to manage formulas, the server and contributions we receive.
It refers to a communication channel that allows input and output interconnection between a computer program and its environment.
On Ritchie, we use the standard input (stdin) to execute commands automatically.