Norns: update 200121

use SYSTEM > UPDATE


norns 2.2.7

  • NEW crow 1.0.3 syntax update @trentgill
  • NEW crow asl markup @pq
  • NEW CLI maiden revived @ngwese
  • NEW force update by holding K1 when selecting SYSTEM > UPDATE

maiden 1.0.1


crow

crow 1.0.3 release support!

maiden

new UPDATE ALL button and “installed” indicator for clearer project management

CLI maiden

revived by @ngwese, pre-browser version of maiden written by @zebra

ssh we@norns.local
...
norns/maiden/maiden 

it’s just the REPL. very useful if you’re editing on-device.

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very happy about CLI maiden. thank you

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Yay and thanks with 20 characters!

oh yeah update all!!!

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For the CLI fans it is probably worth pointing out that all (or nearly all) of the project and catalog management operations that are exposed in the maiden web UI can be accomplished on the CLI as well.

The maiden backend server has sub-commands for example:

ssh we@norns.local
...
#
# the catalog sub-command is useful for updating the "we" and "community"
#
~/maiden/maiden catalog help
manage the script catalog

Usage:
  maiden catalog [command]

Available Commands:
  init        init an empty catalog file
  list        list projects
  update      update configured catalogs

Flags:
  -h, --help   help for catalog

Global Flags:
      --config string   use specific config file
      --debug           enable debug logging

Use "maiden catalog [command] --help" for more information about a command.
#
# the project sub-command is installing and updating project directories
#
~/maiden/maiden project help
manage dust projects

Usage:
  maiden project [command]

Available Commands:
  install     install a script/project
  list        list installed script/project(s)
  push        push a git based project
  remove      remove a project dir
  update      install a script/project

Flags:
  -h, --help   help for project

Global Flags:
      --config string   use specific config file
      --debug           enable debug logging

Use "maiden project [command] --help" for more information about a command.

If there are further questions around usage feel free to chime in on the Norns: maiden topic.

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