List of commands and flags

In this section, you will find the list of Ritchie's main commands

Commands

Configuration commands

Commands

Operation

rit init

initialize Ritchie before use

rit upgrade

upgrade to the last Ritchie stable version

rit tutorial

enable or disable the tutorial

rit --version

return Ritchie currently installed version

Repo commands

Command

Operation

rit add repo

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

rit list repo

show a list with all your available repositories

rit update repo

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

set repo-priority

set a repository priority

rit delete repo

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

Formula commands

Command

Operation

rit create formula

create a new formula from scratch

(as well as a new local repository if necessary)

rit build formula

build a formula locally for test

rit build formula --watch

build a formula monitoring the code to update real time changes

The rit build formula command was deprecated from Ritchie's version 2.5.0.

Autocomplete commands

Commands

Operation

rit completion zsh

add autocomplete via zsh

rit completion bash

add autocomplete via bash

rit completion fish

add autocomplete via fish

rit completion powershell

add autocomplete via powershell

Env commands

Commands

Operation

rit set env

set a new environment

rit show env

show the current environment used

rit delete env

delete a environment

Credential commands

Commands

Operation

rit set credential

set new credentials for the context

rit list credential

list all credential names and fields

Workspace commands

Commands

Operation

rit list workspace

list all formula's workspaces

rit add workspace

add a new workspace

rit delete workspace

delete a specific formula's workspace

Flags

Main flags

Flags

Operation

--default

attribute the default values configured on the formula.

--docker

run a formula using Docker

--help

returns a list of executable available commands and flags for the user

--local

run a formula locally

--verbose

run a formula without log details