~haras/aati

Cross-platform package manager written in Rust.
cargo: updated dependencies
cargo: updated dependencies
cargo: updated dependencies

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You can also use your local clone with git send-email.

IMPORTANT NOTE: THE AATI PACKAGE MANAGER IS AN INCOMPLETE PROJECT! IT CAN EXPERIENCE BREAKING CHANGES AT ANY MOMENT WITHOUT NOTICES! USE AATI AT YOUR OWN RISK!

Aati's logo in Arabic Thuluth Script

Aati is a Cross-platform Package Manager written in Rust.

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The Aati Package Manager focuses on providing a Simple, Efficient and Performant Interface for installing, managing and removing packages that uses a PKGFILE-based packaging system that's easy to use and adopt. Aati can run on both Unix and Windows operating systems.

Read the Wiki for more Information how to install Aati, use it, package applications for it, etc.

#But why?

Simply: It was so fun to develop. I always thought of building my own package manager, so here it goes!

#Contributing

Any contributions to Aati are welcomed. This Project is definitely incomplete and immature, so any development is appreciated.

Aati's upstream development is hosted on sr.ht, there is a GitHub mirror nonetheless. Contribue either by submitting a GitHub pull request or by sending patches to the development mailing list.

#License

The Aati Package Manager is licensed under the GNU General Public License V3.0.