holo-build - cross-distribution system package compiler
Holo relies on system packages to deploy configuration files and install applications. Distributions offer tooling to build such packages, but most of the time, these tools impose an unnecessary overhead when the goal is just to package up a few static files and list some dependencies. holo-build provides a simple, distribution-independent package description language and generates a system package from such a description. Supported package formats include dpkg, pacman and RPM.
[package] name = "hologram-systemd-timesyncd" version = "1.0" author = "Jane Doe <firstname.lastname@example.org>" requires = ["systemd"] [[file]] path = "/etc/systemd/timesyncd.conf.d/server.conf" content = """ [Time] NTP=ntp.someserver.local """ [[symlink]] # as created by `systemctl enable systemd-timesyncd` path = "/etc/systemd/system/sysinit.target.wants/systemd-timesyncd.service" target = "/usr/lib/systemd/system/systemd-timesyncd.service" [[action]] on = "setup" script = "systemctl daemon-reload && systemctl start systemd-timesyncd" [[action]] on = "cleanup" script = "systemctl stop systemd-timesyncd"
It is recommended to install
holo-build as a package.
The website lists distributions that have a holo-build
make make check sudo make install
User documentation is available in man page form.
For further information, visit holocm.org.