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Lua environment manager

Project Description

(🌑) luamb

Lua environment manager built on top of hererocks and inspired by virtualenvwrapper.

Installation

  1. Install luamb (hererocks will be installed automatically):

    $ pip install luamb
    
  2. Create directory for environments:

    $ mkdir $HOME/.luambenvs
    
  3. Configure your shell (add these lines to ~/.bashrc):

    # path to directory with environments
    export LUAMB_DIR=$HOME/.luambenvs
    
    # optional variables:
    export LUAMB_LUA_DEFAULT=lua5.3        # default Lua version
    export LUAMB_LUAROCKS_DEFAULT=latest   # default LuaRocks version
    LUAMB_COMPLETION=true                  # enable Bash completion
    LUAMB_PYTHON_BIN=/usr/bin/python3      # explicitly set Python executable
    
    # make some magic
    source /usr/local/bin/luamb.sh         # default path in Debian if luamb has been installed globally
    
  4. Try to execute in new shell:

    $ luamb --help
    

Examples

  • Create environment ‘myproject’ with latest Lua 5.2 (5.2.4), latest LuaRocks and associate it with /home/user/projects/myproject:

    $ luamb mk myproject -l 5.2 -r latest -a /home/user/projects/myproject
    
  • Create environment ‘jittest’ with LuaJIT 2.0.4, without LuaRocks and associate it with /home/user/projects/jitproj:

    $ luamb mk jittest -j 2.0.4 -a /home/user/projects/jitproj
    
  • Set LuaJIT 2.0 (2.0.4) and latest LuaRocks version by default:

    $ export LUAMB_LUA_DEFAULT=luajit2.0
    $ export LUAMB_LUAROCKS_DEFAULT=latest
    
  • Create environment ‘newenv’ with default versions and without associated project directory:

    $ luamb mk newenv
    
  • Create environment ‘norocks’ with default Lua version (LuaJIT 2.0.4) and without LuaRocks (verbose mode):

    $ luamb mk norocks --no-luarocks --verbose
    
  • Activate ‘newenv’ environment:

    $ luamb on newenv
    
  • Deactivate current environment:

    $ luamb off
    
  • Delete ‘myproject’ environment (it will remove env dir only, not project dir):

    $ luamb rm myproject
    

Commands

Each command has one or more alias.

on | enable — activate existing environment

off | disable — deactivate current environment

mk | new | create — create new environment

rm | remove | del — delete existing environment

ls | list — list all environments

Version history

  • 0.1.2 (2016-08-24)
    • OS X support (using greadlink)
  • 0.1.1 (2016-07-23)
    • Bash completion
  • 0.1.0 (2016-07-20)
    • Initial release

License

See LICENSE.

Release History

Release History

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