2 releases (1 stable)
|Dec 14, 2023
|Nov 28, 2023
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Used in hisho_cli2
Hisho is a utility tool for local development with dependencies like Docker containers.
- Define Docker Containers that must be running, before any commands can be executed
- Define Build Steps that need to succeed, before a command is executed
- Configure environments for commands, these are separate from the system environment
- Human editable configuration format using RON (Rust Object Notation) for our
The main Git repository of Hisho is private.
However, there is a public mirror on GitHub where Issues and Merge-Requests can be submitted to.
Hisho is written in Rust and split into two main parts.
- The crate
hisho_corecontains all the features of Hisho as functions that can be called.
- The crate
hisho_cli2contains the user facing CLI which calls Hish Core functions.
We use this design to allow different kind of user facing frontends for the features of Hisho.
Hisho officially only supports Linux on AMD64 CPUs, being build with Rust 1.73+ and musl libc.
While Hisho tries to be platform-agnostic, there is no guarantee that it works on other platforms.
You can find the user documentation for Hisho in the
View the documentation online on https://hisho.run.
The documentation is build using JetBrains Writerside.
You may need to install Writerside into IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate or download standalone Writerside via the JetBrains Toolbox
in order to write/build the documentation.
Modification to pages can be done with any editor, as they are markdown or xml/html files.
This code is licensed under the Mozilla Public License, 2.0.
You can find a copy of the license in the LICENSE.txt file or online.