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tori

tori is a tool to track your personal systems' configurations and replicate them.

If you'd like a more detailed description of what it is, its purpose, origins and goals, see the announcement blog post.

Refer to the project website for updates and access to documentation.

Installation

As it is still in very early development, tori is not yet packaged.

If you want to try it, you can clone its repository to your system:

git clone https://brew.bsd.cafe/jutty/tori.git /path/to/repository

Next, create ~/.config/tori/tori.conf with the following content:

tori_root = /path/to/repository

If you clone it to the default location, ~/.local/share/tori, the above step is not necessary.

Finally, you need to symlink the tori file at the repository root to somewhere on your $PATH:

ln -s /path/to/repository/tori $HOME/.local/bin/tori

Usage

Currently, the following commands are implemented:

  • check: check for divergences between the configuration and the system
  • cache: force an update of the local package cache
  • help: show a usage summary with supported options
  • version: print the current version and its release date

To issue a command, use tori <command>, as in tori check.