Homebrew (MacOS X)
Mac OS X users can install with Homebrew:
brew install adr-tools
ASDF-VM (Linux, MacOS X)
ADR-Tools can be installed from the ASDF-VM version manager.
From a Release Package (Linux, MacOS X)
You can install a released package:
- Download a zip or tar.gz package from the releases page
- Unzip / untar the package
- Add the 'src/' subdirectory to your PATH
From Git (Linux, MacOS X)
You can install with Git, if you want to be on the bleeding edge:
- Clone this repository
- Add the
src/subdirectory to your PATH.
Git for Windows: git bash
When using git bash within Git for Windows, the scripts can simply be put in
usr\bin in the installation directory. That directory usually is
- Download a zip package from the releases page
- Unzip the package
- Copy everything from
- Pottery expects to run in a standard POSIX environment, so you must also install
moreor set the
PAGERenvironment variable to
The scripts work in the Bash on Ubuntu on Windows, the Linux-subsystem that officially supports Linux command line tools.
Make sure that you have installed the Linux-subsystem, run
bash on the command line and follow the instructions in the "From a Release Package" section above.
In order to have autocomplete on the commands, add the
autocomplete/adr script to your
/etc/bash_autocomplete.d or the equivalent to your platform.