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Update or revert to a specific Dojo branch with ease.


curl -L | bash


To install latest stable version:


Note: You may have to install jq to use dojoup. You can do so with the following commands:

# Debian
sudo apt-get install jq
# Mac
brew install jq

To install a specific version (in this case the nightly version):

dojoup --version nightly

To install a specific branch (in this case the release/0.1.0 branch's latest commit):

dojoup --branch release/0.1.0

To install a fork's main branch (in this case tarrencev/dojo's main branch):

dojoup --repo tarrencev/dojo

To install a specific branch in a fork (in this case the patch-10 branch's latest commit in tarrencev/dojo):

dojoup --repo tarrencev/dojo --branch patch-10

To install from a specific Pull Request:

dojoup --pr 1071

To install from a specific commit:

dojoup -c 94bfdb2

To install a local directory or repository (e.g. one located at ~/git/dojo, assuming you're in the home directory)

Note: --branch, --repo, and --version flags are ignored during local installations.
dojoup --path ./git/dojo

Tip: All flags have a single character shorthand equivalent! You can use -v instead of --version, etc.

Precompiled binaries

Precompiled binaries are available from the GitHub releases page. These are better managed by using Dojoup.

ℹī¸ Note

If you're on Windows, you will need to install and use Git BASH or WSL, as your terminal, since Dojoup currently does not support Powershell or Cmd.