Once a formula repository has been published, other users can add it locally from its URL to access its formulas.
To add a new repository on Ritchie, it is necessary to run the command:
rit add repo
Once the repository has been added, Ritchie will use the selected release on the repository to access the available formulas.
On Ritchie, it is possible to check out new formula commands and if there is a new version of some repository you added locally.
To do so, just follow these steps:
rit --help. The system will return a list with the group of available repositories.
(new version 2.12.1) commons repo commands: beagle Beagle commands bitbucket Manage bitbucket objects clean-swift Manage clean-swift objects docker Manipulate Docker objects git Manipulate Git objects github Manipulate GitHub objects gitlab Manipulate GitLab objects istio Istio Service Mesh commands jupyter Manage jupyter objects kafka Kafka commands kubernetes Manipulate kubernetes objects publish Publish command scaffold Manipulate scaffold objects xcode Manage xcode objects
rit list repocommand, that returns informations about the imported repositories, like the latest version and the last available version.
When you work with various formula groups, it may be hard to remember all the available commands.
If you want to list formulas from a specific repository, follow the steps below:
rit list formula. The system will return a list with the available groups of repositories and the ‘ALL’ option.
? Repository: ALL > repo-name-1 repo-name-2
help.jsonof each formula.
? Repository: repo-name-1 COMMAND DESCRIPTION rit aws add terraform-eks Generate terraform AWS eks rit aws add terraform-vpc Generate terraform AWS vpc rit aws apply terraform Apply terraform on AWS rit aws clean bucket Clean bucket AWS rit aws create bucket Create bucket AWS rit aws delete bucket Delete AWS objects There are 6 formulas
To update the version of any repository, you just have to run the command below informing the repository and the version you wish to be updated.
rit update repo
On this section, you saw how to share a formula on Ritchie. To keep configuring the formula:
👉 Check out how to use credentials with your formulas.
👉 Check out our list of commands to see the available automations on our community repo.
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