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    psqr

    CLI client for the Public Square project

    oclif Version Downloads/week License

    Usage

    $ npm install -g psqr
    $ psqr COMMAND
    running command...
    $ psqr (-v|--version|version)
    psqr/0.1.3 linux-x64 node-v16.14.2
    $ psqr --help [COMMAND]
    USAGE
      $ psqr COMMAND
    ...

    Commands

    psqr config:export [DID]

    Export the full configuration for a specified DID

    USAGE
      $ psqr config:export [DID]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      DID  DID of the identity that you want to export
    
    OPTIONS
      -h, --help             show CLI help
      -n, --network=network  domain of network to export instead of using default
    

    See code: src/commands/config/export.ts

    psqr config:import [PATH]

    Import a config and set as default if specified

    USAGE
      $ psqr config:import [PATH]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      PATH  path to file containing the config you want to import
    
    OPTIONS
      -d, --default  Set config values as the default in all cases
      -d, --key=key  Key name to use as default, if not specified the first available key will be used
      -h, --help     show CLI help
    

    See code: src/commands/config/import.ts

    psqr crawl [TYPE] [DID]

    Crawl new Posts from feeds and publish them.

    USAGE
      $ psqr crawl [TYPE] [DID]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      TYPE  (rss|twitter|webhose|sitemap) The type of crawl you want to use
      DID   DID of the identity that you want to crawl
    
    OPTIONS
      -b, --broadcasters=broadcasters  Comma (,) separated list of domains of Broadcaster(s) to publish to instead of the
                                       defaults
    
      -h, --help                       show CLI help
    
      -p, --proxy                      Use a proxy for each request
    
      -s, --stdin                      Use STDIN input as a list of newline separated DIDs. They are assumed to all be the
                                       same type.
    
    DESCRIPTION
      Don't specify any arguments in order to use the defaults.
      If you want to crawl multiple configs use stdin or set them as the defaults.
    

    See code: src/commands/crawl.ts

    psqr crawl:add:rss [KID] [URL]

    Create a new RSS Crawl config

    USAGE
      $ psqr crawl:add:rss [KID] [URL]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      KID  DID and Key to be used for posts
      URL  Url to RSS feed
    
    OPTIONS
      -g, --geo=geo                                    Specify the default geo value
      -h, --help                                       show CLI help
      -i, --image=image                                Specify the default image value
      -l, --lang=lang                                  Specify the default lang value
      -p, --politicalSubdivision=politicalSubdivision  Specify the default politicalSubdivision value
    

    See code: src/commands/crawl/add/rss.ts

    psqr crawl:add:sitemap [KID] [URL]

    Create or update a Sitemap crawl config

    USAGE
      $ psqr crawl:add:sitemap [KID] [URL]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      KID  DID and Key to be used for posts
      URL  url for sitemap
    
    OPTIONS
      -d, --filterDescription=filterDescription        List of descriptions to never use divided by the pipe symbol (|).
      -e, --filterImage=filterImage                    List of images to never use divided by the pipe symbol (|).
      -g, --geo=geo                                    Specify the default geo value
      -h, --help                                       show CLI help
      -i, --image=image                                Specify the default image value
      -l, --lang=lang                                  Specify the default lang value
    
      -m, --markupInclude=markupInclude                List of markup tags divided by the pipe symbol (|). Include only
                                                       these markup tags
    
      -n, --markupExclude=markupExclude                List of markup tags divided by the pipe symbol (|). Include
                                                       everything but these markup tags
    
      -p, --politicalSubdivision=politicalSubdivision  Specify the default politicalSubdivision value
    
      -q, --pathInclude=pathInclude                    List of paths divided by the pipe symbol (|). Include only urls with
                                                       this path
    
      -r, --pathExclude=pathExclude                    List of paths divided by the pipe symbol (|). Include every url
                                                       except for those with this path
    
      -s, --since=since                                [default: 1d] Include all posts that have been created since now -
                                                       this flag. This filters based on lastmod and defaults to 1d. Set to 0
                                                       to skip.
    
      -t, --filterTitle=filterTitle                    List of titles to never use divided by the pipe symbol (|).
    

    See code: src/commands/crawl/add/sitemap.ts

    psqr crawl:add:twitter [KID] [USERNAME]

    Create a new Twitter Crawl config

    USAGE
      $ psqr crawl:add:twitter [KID] [USERNAME]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      KID       DID and Key to be used for posts
      USERNAME  @ username for Twitter user
    
    OPTIONS
      -g, --geo=geo                                    Specify the default geo value
      -h, --help                                       show CLI help
      -i, --image=image                                Specify the default image value
      -l, --lang=lang                                  Specify the default lang value
      -p, --politicalSubdivision=politicalSubdivision  Specify the default politicalSubdivision value
    

    See code: src/commands/crawl/add/twitter.ts

    psqr crawl:add:webhose [KID] [USERNAME]

    Create a new Webhose Crawl config

    USAGE
      $ psqr crawl:add:webhose [KID] [USERNAME]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      KID       DID and Key to be used for posts
      USERNAME  @ username for Webhose user
    
    OPTIONS
      -d, --domain=domain                              (required) Specify the domain for the webhose url
      -g, --geo=geo                                    Specify the default geo value
      -h, --help                                       show CLI help
      -i, --image=image                                Specify the default image value
      -l, --lang=lang                                  Specify the default lang value
      -p, --politicalSubdivision=politicalSubdivision  Specify the default politicalSubdivision value
    

    See code: src/commands/crawl/add/webhose.ts

    psqr crawl:default [TYPE] [DID]

    Set the default Crawl(s)

    USAGE
      $ psqr crawl:default [TYPE] [DID]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      TYPE  (rss|twitter|webhose|sitemap) The type of crawl you want to use
      DID   DID of the identity that you want to crawl
    
    OPTIONS
      -h, --help       show CLI help
      -o, --overwrite  Overwrite the current defaults with specified Crawl(s)
      -s, --stdin      Use STDIN input as a list of newline separated DIDs.
    
    DESCRIPTION
      Default behavior is to add specified Crawl(s) to defaults.
    

    See code: src/commands/crawl/default.ts

    psqr crawl:publish [TYPE] [DID]

    Publish posts stored with a Crawler.

    USAGE
      $ psqr crawl:publish [TYPE] [DID]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      TYPE  (rss|twitter|webhose|sitemap) The type of crawl you want to use
      DID   DID of the identity that you want to crawl
    
    OPTIONS
      -b, --broadcasters=broadcasters  Colon (:) separated list of domains of Broadcaster(s) to publish to instead of the
                                       defaults
    
      -h, --help                       show CLI help
    
      -k, --keep                       Keep the posts stored with the crawler once they have been published
    
      -s, --stdin                      Use STDIN input as a list of newline separated DIDs.
    
    DESCRIPTION
      All posts that are in the posts dir of the Crawler will be signed,
      published to the broadcasters, and then deleted unless otherwise specified.
    

    See code: src/commands/crawl/publish.ts

    psqr crawl:pull [TYPE] [DID]

    Crawl new Posts from feeds.

    USAGE
      $ psqr crawl:pull [TYPE] [DID]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      TYPE  (rss|twitter|webhose|sitemap) The type of crawl you want to use
      DID   DID of the identity that you want to crawl
    
    OPTIONS
      -h, --help   show CLI help
      -l, --local  Save all the posts in the current directory instead of the crawl dir
      -p, --proxy  Use a proxy for each request
      -s, --stdin  Use STDIN input as a list of newline separated DIDs. They are assumed to all be the same type.
    
    DESCRIPTION
      Don't specify any arguments in order to use the defaults.
      If you want to crawl multiple configs use stdin or set them as the defaults.
      New posts from all feeds are retrieved and stored in their feed directories
      or locally if specified.
    

    See code: src/commands/crawl/pull.ts

    psqr crawl:remove [TYPE] [DID]

    Remove Crawl configs.

    USAGE
      $ psqr crawl:remove [TYPE] [DID]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      TYPE  (rss|twitter|webhose|sitemap) The type of crawl you want to use
      DID   DID of the crawl config that you want to remove
    
    OPTIONS
      -h, --help   show CLI help
      -s, --stdin  Use STDIN input as a list of newline separated DIDs.
    

    See code: src/commands/crawl/remove.ts

    psqr crawl:test [TYPE] [DID]

    Run a test Crawl to verify the information gathered is accurate.

    USAGE
      $ psqr crawl:test [TYPE] [DID]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      TYPE  (rss|twitter|webhose|sitemap) The type of crawl you want to use
      DID   DID of the identity that you want to crawl
    
    OPTIONS
      -c, --complete  Include complete post json instead of just meta info.
      -d, --dataOnly  Only output source data used to form posts.
      -h, --help      show CLI help
      -l, --list      Output as a jsonl file instead of a human readable json array.
      -p, --proxy     Use a proxy for each request
      -s, --stdin     Use STDIN input as a list of newline separated DIDs. They are assumed to all be the same type.
      -u, --urlOnly   Only output list of canonicalUrls.
    
    DESCRIPTION
      Output normally includes post.info.publicSquare.package only as json array.
      Output is saved as a local file(s) with the name crawl-test-{ level }-{ path valid did}-{ timestamp }.json(l) 
      depending on options selected.
    

    See code: src/commands/crawl/test.ts

    psqr env [FILE]

    View or set psqr environment vars. If a valid env [FILE] is specified it will replace the current env and be saved.

    USAGE
      $ psqr env [FILE]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      FILE  path to file containing env vars for the default cli environment
    
    OPTIONS
      -g, --get=get   Get specific saved env vars. Format is comma separated key
      -h, --help      show CLI help
      -l, --list      List current env vars and their values
      -p, --possible  List all possible env vars
      -s, --set=set   Set and save specific env vars. Format is comma separated key=value
    

    See code: src/commands/env.ts

    psqr help [COMMAND]

    display help for psqr

    USAGE
      $ psqr help [COMMAND]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      COMMAND  command to show help for
    
    OPTIONS
      --all  see all commands in CLI
    

    See code: @oclif/plugin-help

    psqr identity [KID]

    List saved identities.

    USAGE
      $ psqr identity [KID]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      KID  KID URL string, expected format: did:(psqr|web):{hostname}(/|:){path}#{keyId}
    
    OPTIONS
      -a, --all      Include all possible keys
      -d, --default  List the Default Identity
      -h, --help     show CLI help
      -v, --verbose  Output only the raw Identity object
    
    DESCRIPTION
      This command lists the identities that are currently saved and available.
    

    See code: src/commands/identity.ts

    psqr identity:add [DID]

    Add a preexisting identity to the cli config.

    USAGE
      $ psqr identity:add [DID]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      DID  DID URL string, expected format: did:(psqr|web):{hostname}(/|:){path}
    
    OPTIONS
      -a, --absolute   Key directory path is an absolute path
      -h, --help       show CLI help
      -k, --key=key    Name of key to create and add to the DID doc.
    
      -p, --path=path  Instead of generating a new key, use the keys from this directory. Expected files are private.jwk and
                       public.jwk
    
      -s, --stdin      Use STDIN input as KeyPair. Expected JSON string format: { kid, private, public }
    
    DESCRIPTION
      This assumes the DID is located at the url specified in the DID string.
      Create new keypair and add it to the DID doc with --key.
      If you have some pre-existing keys that you want to add you can either specify the path to them with --path,
      or pass the entire KeyPair as a JSON string with --stdin.
      Any changes to the DID doc (ie added keys) are local and most be propagated with identity:propagate.
    

    See code: src/commands/identity/add.ts

    psqr identity:create [KID]

    Create a new identity from a provided KID and add it to the psqr config.

    USAGE
      $ psqr identity:create [KID]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      KID  KID string, expected format: did:psqr:{hostname}/{path}#{keyId}. If key is omitted a default publish key will be
           created.
    
    OPTIONS
      -b, --bio=bio                  publicIdentity bio
      -d, --description=description  publicIdentity description
      -h, --help                     show CLI help
      -i, --image=image              publicIdentity image url
      -k, --keys=keys                List of comma separated key names to create. Overrides keyId from end of KID
      -l, --local                    Store the identity locally instead of in the psqr config
      -n, --name=name                publicIdentity name, REQUIRED if no STDIN input
      -s, --stdin                    Use STDIN input as full JSON publicIdentity string
      -t, --tagline=tagline          publicIdentity tagline
      -u, --url=url                  publicIdentity url
    
    DESCRIPTION
      This only supports creating did:psqr identities.
    

    See code: src/commands/identity/create.ts

    psqr identity:default [KID]

    Set the default identity using the KID

    USAGE
      $ psqr identity:default [KID]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      KID  KID URL string, expected format: did:(psqr|web):{hostname}(/|:){path}#{keyId}
    
    OPTIONS
      -h, --help  show CLI help
    

    See code: src/commands/identity/default.ts

    psqr identity:delete [DID]

    Remove an Identity from a Public Square Network that hosts Identities.

    USAGE
      $ psqr identity:delete [DID]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      DID  DID URL string, expected format: did:(psqr|web):{hostname}(/|:){path}
    
    OPTIONS
      -h, --help  show CLI help
    

    See code: src/commands/identity/delete.ts

    psqr identity:export [DID]

    Export the did doc of an identity.

    USAGE
      $ psqr identity:export [DID]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      DID  DID of the identity that you want to export, skip for default
    
    OPTIONS
      -h, --help       show CLI help
      -k, --keys=keys  Comma separated list of key names to export. THIS WILL EXPORT PRIVATE KEYS.
      -p, --pretty     Pretty-print the exported identity doc
    
    DESCRIPTION
      If you wish to export your stored private keys you need to specify each key by name.
    

    See code: src/commands/identity/export.ts

    psqr identity:new [KID]

    Create a new default identity

    USAGE
      $ psqr identity:new [KID]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      KID  KID PSQR string, expected format: did:psqr:{hostname}/{path}#{keyId}
    
    OPTIONS
      -b, --bio=bio                  publicIdentity bio
      -d, --description=description  publicIdentity description
      -h, --help                     show CLI help
      -i, --image=image              publicIdentity image url
      -n, --name=name                publicIdentity name, REQUIRED if no STDIN input
      -s, --stdin                    Use STDIN input as full JSON publicIdentity string
      -t, --tagline=tagline          publicIdentity tagline
      -u, --url=url                  publicIdentity url
    
    DESCRIPTION
      This command creates a new identity from a provided KID URL,
      adds it to the psqr config, and sets it as the default.
      This only supports creating did:psqr identities.
    

    See code: src/commands/identity/new.ts

    psqr identity:propagate [DID]

    Propagate an Identity to a Public Square Network that hosts Identities.

    USAGE
      $ psqr identity:propagate [DID]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      DID  DID URL string, expected format: did:(psqr|web):{hostname}(/|:){path}
    
    OPTIONS
      -h, --help  show CLI help
    
    DESCRIPTION
      It will use any available admin key associated with the identity or it will throw an error if none are available.
    

    See code: src/commands/identity/propagate.ts

    psqr identity:resolve [DID]

    For Self Hosting the Identity, find the local file and the URL that must serve it.

    USAGE
      $ psqr identity:resolve [DID]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      DID  DID URL string, expected format: did:(psqr|web):{hostname}(/|:){path}
    
    OPTIONS
      -h, --help  show CLI help
    

    See code: src/commands/identity/resolve.ts

    psqr identity:update [DID]

    Update a local Identity with specified info or from the hosted DID doc.

    USAGE
      $ psqr identity:update [DID]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      DID  DID PSQR string of the identity to update, expected format: did:psqr:{hostname}/{path}
    
    OPTIONS
      -b, --bio=bio                  publicIdentity bio
      -d, --description=description  publicIdentity description
      -f, --fetch                    Fetch the hosted DID doc from the url specified by the DID and update the local DID doc
      -h, --help                     show CLI help
      -i, --image=image              publicIdentity image url
      -n, --name=name                publicIdentity name, REQUIRED if no STDIN input
      -s, --stdin                    Use STDIN input as full JSON publicIdentity string
      -t, --tagline=tagline          publicIdentity tagline
      -u, --url=url                  publicIdentity url
    
    DESCRIPTION
      This will update the updated timestamp and will only apply locally.
      Use identity:propagate to propagate the changes to the hosted DID doc.
      This does not affect keys or permissions granted.
      Use the fetch flag to update the local doc.
    

    See code: src/commands/identity/update.ts

    psqr identity:validate [KID] [PATH]

    Validate an identity (DID doc and key pair)

    USAGE
      $ psqr identity:validate [KID] [PATH]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      KID   KID PSQR string, expected format: did:(psqr|web):{hostname}(/|:){path}#{keyId}
    
      PATH  Path to directory containing keys in the form of a JWK, expected algorithm: ES384. Expected files are
            private.jwk and public.jwk
    
    OPTIONS
      -a, --absolute  Key PATH is an absolute path
      -h, --help      show CLI help
      -r, --raw       Key PATH specified is raw (not a filepath), you need to escape "
      -s, --stdin     Use STDIN input as key instead of key PATH
    
    DESCRIPTION
      Use the import flag to import the key into the local identity as well.
      If no key path is specified and no stdin input is provided then this will fallback to checking in the local directory 
      of the identity.
    

    See code: src/commands/identity/validate.ts

    psqr key:add [KID]

    Add a preexisting Key to an identity stored in the cli config.

    USAGE
      $ psqr key:add [KID]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      KID  KID URL string, expected format: did:(psqr|web):{hostname}(/|:){path}#{keyId}
    
    OPTIONS
      -a, --absolute   Key directory path is an absolute path
      -h, --help       show CLI help
      -p, --path=path  Use the keys from this directory. Expected files are private.jwk and public.jwk
      -s, --stdin      Use STDIN input as KeyPair. Expected JSON string format: { kid, private, public }
    
    DESCRIPTION
      Specify the path to the directory containing them with --path,
      or pass the entire KeyPair as a JSON string with --stdin.
    

    See code: src/commands/key/add.ts

    psqr key:new [DID] [NAMES]

    Create new Keys and add them to a preexisting identity.

    USAGE
      $ psqr key:new [DID] [NAMES]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      DID    DID URL string, expected format: did:(psqr|web):{hostname}(/|:){path}
      NAMES  Comma (,) separated list of names of keys to create
    
    OPTIONS
      -h, --help  show CLI help
    

    See code: src/commands/key/new.ts

    psqr network

    List Network config

    USAGE
      $ psqr network
    
    OPTIONS
      -a, --all              List all current Network configs
      -d, --domains=domains  Colon (:) separated list of domains of specific Network(s) to list
      -h, --help             show CLI help
      -r, --raw              Output only the raw Network config
    
    DESCRIPTION
      Lists the config of the Network(s) as specified by flags.
      Lists the defaults if not otherwise specified.
    

    See code: src/commands/network.ts

    psqr network:create [DOMAIN] [NAME]

    Create a new Network config

    USAGE
      $ psqr network:create [DOMAIN] [NAME]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      DOMAIN  Root domain of the network
      NAME    Friendly name to reference this Network
    
    OPTIONS
      -a, --api=api                          Url to use instead of api default ([domain]/api)
      -b, --beacon=beacon                    Url to use instead of beacon default (beacon.[domain])
    
      -d, --identityDomains=identityDomains  Comma separated list of identityDomains to use instead of the default
                                             (did:psqr:[domain])
    
      -f, --feed=feed                        Url to use instead of feed default (feed.[domain])
    
      -h, --help                             show CLI help
    
      -i, --link=link                        Url to use instead of link default (link.[domain])
    
      -l, --list=list                        Url to use instead of list default (list.[domain])
    
      -s, --search=search                    Url to use instead of search default (search.[domain])
    

    See code: src/commands/network/create.ts

    psqr network:default [DOMAINS]

    Set the default Network(s)

    USAGE
      $ psqr network:default [DOMAINS]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      DOMAINS  Colon (:) separated list of Network(s) to set as default
    
    OPTIONS
      -h, --help       show CLI help
      -o, --overwrite  Overwrite the current defaults with specified Network(s)
    
    DESCRIPTION
      Default behavior is to add specified Network(s) to defaults.
    

    See code: src/commands/network/default.ts

    psqr network:remove [DOMAINS]

    Remove Network configs

    USAGE
      $ psqr network:remove [DOMAINS]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      DOMAINS  Colon (:) separated list of Network(s) to remove
    
    OPTIONS
      -h, --help  show CLI help
    

    See code: src/commands/network/remove.ts

    psqr post [BODY]

    Create post, sign it with specified key, and publish to Broadcaster

    USAGE
      $ psqr post [BODY]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      BODY  Relative path to body data file or JSON body data
    
    OPTIONS
      -b, --broadcasters=broadcasters                  Colon (:) separated list of domains of Broadcaster(s) to put to
      -c, --canonicalUrl=canonicalUrl                  Post canonical url
      -e, --description=description                    Post description
      -g, --geo=geo                                    Post geo
      -h, --help                                       show CLI help
      -i, --image=image                                Post image
      -k, --kid=kid                                    KID string
      -l, --lang=lang                                  Post language, can be set in env
      -o, --politicalSubdivision=politicalSubdivision  Post political subdivision
      -p, --publishDate=publishDate                    Post publish date
      -r, --raw                                        DATA specified is raw (not a filepath), you need to escape "
      -s, --stdin                                      Use STDIN input as DATA
      -t, --title=title                                Post title
    

    See code: src/commands/post.ts

    psqr post:create [BODY]

    Create Post JSON with input data

    USAGE
      $ psqr post:create [BODY]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      BODY  Relative path to body data file or JSON body data
    
    OPTIONS
      -c, --canonicalUrl=canonicalUrl                  Post canonical url
      -e, --description=description                    Post description
      -g, --geo=geo                                    Post geo
      -h, --help                                       show CLI help
      -i, --image=image                                Post image
      -k, --kid=kid                                    KID string, can be set in env
      -l, --lang=lang                                  Post language, can be set in env
      -o, --politicalSubdivision=politicalSubdivision  Post political subdivision
      -p, --publishDate=publishDate                    Post publish date
      -r, --raw                                        DATA specified is raw (not a filepath), you need to escape "
      -s, --stdin                                      Use STDIN input as DATA
      -t, --title=title                                Post title
    

    See code: src/commands/post/create.ts

    psqr post:put [HASH] [DATA]

    Publish content to the specified Broadcaster

    USAGE
      $ psqr post:put [HASH] [DATA]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      HASH  infoHash of the post to be published
      DATA  Relative path to signed post content as a JWS or JSON post data, expected format: {config: JWS}
    
    OPTIONS
      -b, --broadcasters=broadcasters  Colon (:) separated list of domains of Broadcaster(s) to put to instead of the
                                       defaults
    
      -h, --help                       show CLI help
    
      -r, --raw                        DATA specified is raw (not a filepath), you need to escape "
    
      -s, --stdin                      Use STDIN input as DATA
    

    See code: src/commands/post/put.ts

    psqr post:sign [DATA]

    Parse post JSON and sign it with specified key

    USAGE
      $ psqr post:sign [DATA]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      DATA  Relative path to post file or JSON post data
    
    OPTIONS
      -h, --help     show CLI help
      -k, --kid=kid  KID string
      -r, --raw      DATA specified is raw (not a filepath), you need to escape "
      -s, --stdin    Use STDIN input as DATA
    

    See code: src/commands/post/sign.ts

    psqr search [QUERY]

    Search ElasticSearch for a specific string

    USAGE
      $ psqr search [QUERY]
    
    ARGUMENTS
      QUERY  String that you want to search
    
    OPTIONS
      -b, --body               Return only the source body from the response object
      -h, --help               show CLI help
      -i, --indexers=indexers  Colon (:) separated list of domains of Indexer(s) to search
      -m, --nometa             Remove metainfo from the response object
      -p, --page=page          ElasticSearch page to query, defaults to 1
      -r, --raw                Output only the raw responses
    

    See code: src/commands/search.ts

    psqr setup

    This utility will prompt you for the all of the necessary info to get your environment up and running.

    USAGE
      $ psqr setup
    
    OPTIONS
      -h, --help  show CLI help
    
    DESCRIPTION
      It will set up your identity, keys, necessary networking, and any content crawling configuration you may need.
    

    See code: src/commands/setup.ts

    Install

    npm i psqr

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    0.1.3

    License

    MIT

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    • zak-vpsqr
    • vpsqr-protocol