futon on your command line
npm, the node package manager.
[sudo] curl http://npmjs.org/install.sh | sh
[sudo] npm install futon -g
futoncli is designed with serendipity in mind. you should be able to work with it without the need for instructions.
futoncli uses nano under the hood, so most of the code is actually there.
futoncli works it is not a finished product as it was hacked together in a couple of hours. you are likely to find problems with it and you are encouraged to send in a pull request for any issue you find.
all configuration data for your local
futoncli install is located in the .futoncliconf file in your home directory. directly modifying this file is not really advised. you should be able to make all configuration changes via:
$ npm test
everyone is welcome to contribute with patches, bug-fixes and new features. check roadmap for ideas of things i know are broken. also issues.
git checkout -b my_branch
git push origin my_branch
to run tests make sure you npm test but also run tests without mocks:
git clone git://github.com/dscape/futoncli.git
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