We use Makes as a wrapper over Nix in order to simplify its usage.
Make sure that Nix is installed on your system.
Follow the steps at the Official Makes Documentation.
Using Makes as an End User
You can build and run the components of your choice, for example:
$ m gitlab:fluidattacks/universe@trunk /integrates/forces --help
$ m gitlab:fluidattacks/universe@trunk /melts --help
$ m gitlab:fluidattacks/universe@trunk /reviews --help
$ m gitlab:fluidattacks/universe@trunk /skims --help
You can update Makes by installing it again, but from a higher version.
In order to update the components installed with Makes
no action is required on your part,
updates are automatically rolled out to your machine
with a delay of at most one day.
if you want to force an update right away,
$ rm -rf ~/.cache/makes,
or reference an specific commit instead of
Using Makes as a Developer
You would normally clone the Universe repository and run:
universe $ m .
- A stable internet connection is required
- A stable DNS resolver is required.
Please consider using the following:
If the installation failed while installing Nix,
If the installation failed while installing Makes, please let us know at [email protected].
If the process failed while using
$ m gitlab:xxx /yyy,
repeat the installation of Makes and try again,
refresh the cache with
$ rm -rf ~/.cache/makesand try again, and
if the problem persists, please let us know at [email protected].
Please refer to the official manual.
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