If you're packaging chezmoi for an operating system or distribution:
chezmoi has no build dependencies other than the standard Go toolchain.
chezmoi has no runtime dependencies, but is usually used with
git, so many
packagers choose to make
git an install dependency or recommended package.
Please set the version number, git commit, and build time in the binary. This
greatly assists debugging when end users report problems or ask for help. You
can do this by passing the following flags to
-ldflags "-X main.version=$VERSION -X main.commit=$COMMIT -X main.date=$DATE -X main.builtBy=$BUILT_BY"
$VERSION should be the chezmoi version, e.g.
v prefix is
optional and will be stripped, so you can pass the git tag in directly.
git describe --abbrev=0 --tags will return a suitable value
$COMMIT should be the full git commit hash at which chezmoi is built, e.g.
git rev-parse HEAD will return a suitable value for
$DATE should be the date of the build as a UNIX timestamp or in RFC3339
git show -s --format=%ct HEAD returns the UNIX timestamp of
the last commit, e.g.
date -u +%Y-%m-%dT%H:%M:%SZ returns the current time in
RFC3339 format, e.g.
$BUILT_BY should be a string indicating what system was used to build the
binary. Typically it should be the name of your packaging system, e.g.
Please enable cgo, if possible. chezmoi can be built and run without cgo, but
.chezmoi.group template variables may not be set
correctly on some systems.
chezmoi includes an
upgrade command which attempts to self-upgrade. You can
remove this command completely by building chezmoi with the
chezmoi includes shell completions in the
completions directory. Please
include these in the package and install them in the shell-appropriate
directory, if possible.
If the instructions for installing chezmoi in chezmoi's install guide are absent or incorrect, please open an issue or submit a PR to correct them.