Installing global asdf packages from a YAML config.
Install it via cargo:
$ cargo install asdfg
or install it manually:
- download the
asdfgbinary file from https://github.com/paulgoetze/asdfg/releases.
- make it executable by running
sudo chmod +x asdfg
- move it into your favorite directory
- add the
asdfgexecutable to your system path
You can open the asdfg YAML configuration file with your default editor by running:
$ asdfg config open
The YAML config is by default stored in
~/.asdfg/config.yaml. You can customise the config path with the
Add the asdf packages you want to install with their respective versions here, e.g.:
# ~/.asdfg/config.yaml rust: - 1.39.0 - latest python: latest erlang: latest elixir: - 1.9.3 - latest golang: latest
The keys must match an asdf plugin name, the version(s) can either be a single value or a list of versions. All version must be available via the asdf plugin. The last version for each asdf plugin is set to be the globally used version, when running:
$ asdfg install
In order to install all configured version of a specific asdf plugin, run:
$ asdfg install <plugin-name>
For further commands, please have a look at the cli documentation:
$ asdfg --help
asdfg – Installing global asdf packages from a YAML config.
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