Personal little experiment to write a little unified package manager facade.
This is just a funny little project and not destined at larger usage.
An operation is done by using a token followed by the package name.
- Install a program:
- Remove a program:
- Update a program:
Let's say we want to install vim, remove neofetch and update gcc
$ x +vim -neofetch ^gcc
(you can chain as many operations as you want)
There's even a shortcut to update all installed packages:
$ x ^
Supported package managers
- Brew (will be used in case OS == MacOS)
- APT (will be used in case OS == linux)
- Chocolatey (will be used in case OS == windows)
... Because why not?
I want to install it
You shouldn't, but here's how to do it:
$ cargo install --path .