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713b2d468c0f56645add3c3d9229599d414248bc — Jakub Pastuszek 9 months ago 981c199 0.1.0
README wording
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@@ 47,11 47,11 @@ The connection string for Redis can be specified with the `--connection-string` 

Each party should have a unique identifier string assigned with the `--identity` option. Also, all parties must use option `--channel` specifying the same string to be able to communicate.

Agents will run executables from their working directory unless another directory is set with `--run-directory`.
Agents will run executables from their working directory unless another directory is set with the `--run-directory`.

Additionally, agents may be assigned zero or more tags with `--tags` option. One or more of these tags can be specified when issuing commands to limit which agents will execute it. All tags specified on the command will have to be present on the agent for it to execute the command. If no tags are specified for the command, all agents will execute it.
Additionally, agents may be assigned zero or more tags with the `--tags` option. One or more of these tags can be specified when issuing commands to limit which agents will execute it. All tags specified on the command will have to be present on the agent for it to execute the command. If no tags are specified for the command, all agents will execute it.

The base station will keep a track of the agents it has previously seen responses from (unless `--no-discovery` switch is specified) and record the encounters in the `discovery.toml` file located in the default application cache directory. Newly discovered agents or missing agents will be logged as part of the error output stream and reported at the end of the run. If `--fail-missing` flag is set, the process will exit with an error if any previously seen agents have not replied.
The base station will keep a track of the agents it has previously seen responses from (unless `--no-discovery` switch is specified) and record the encounters in the `discovery.toml` file located in the default application cache directory. Newly discovered agents or missing agents will be logged as part of the error output stream and reported at the end of the run. If the `--fail-missing` flag is set, the process will exit with an error if any previously seen agents have not replied.

For more details use `--help` switch on `cb` or `cb-keygen` commands and their subcommands.