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Forge (F# Project Builder)

Forge is a command line tool that provides tasks for creating F# projects with no dependence on other languages. For more documentation please visit our wiki pages

Installing

Via Scoop.sh (Windows)

You can install Forge via the Scoop package manager on Windows

scoop install forge

Via Homebrew (OSX)

You can install Forge via the Homebrew package manager on OS X

brew tap samritchie/forge && brew install forge

Via Linuxbrew (Linux)

You can install Forge via the Linuxbrew package manager on Linux

brew tap samritchie/forge && brew install forge

Other

You can download one of the releases found at https://github.com/fsharp-editing/Forge/releases

Alternately you can clone the repo, build the source, and then move the files in your bin folder to a location of your choosing.

On Linux:

One option is to build the project from source and create a symlink.

Choose an installation directory:

export BUILD_DIR=apps
mkdir -p $BUILD_DIR
cd $BUILD_DIR

Clone the repo and build the app:

git clone https://github.com/fsharp-editing/Forge
cd Forge
./build.sh

Choose a location for the executable:

export INSTALL_DIR=~/bin
mkdir -p $INSTALL_DIR

Ensure that the destination directory is on the user's $PATH. For example, in the user's .bashrc, add the following line:

export PATH=~/bin:$PATH

Reload the .bashrc with source or .:

. ~/.bashrc

Create a symlink that points to the script, which runs executable.

ln -s `pwd`/temp/forge.sh $INSTALL_DIR/forge

Contributing and copyright

The project is hosted on GitHub where you can report issues, fork the project and submit pull requests.

The library is available under unlicense, which allows modification and redistribution for both commercial and non-commercial purposes.

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