~lucasemmoreira/hitter

ed51c11883aae75e833aff74c3043ff653e4cd78 — Lucas Moreira 2 years ago 6b3b739
fix: readme
2 files changed, 10 insertions(+), 6 deletions(-)

M README.md
M README.org
M README.md => README.md +5 -3
@@ 8,12 8,14 @@ It is a simple janet program that checks multiple url status.
# How can I use it?

It is very simple. The most straight foward way is to clone and run
\#+begin<sub>src</sub> sh

\#+begin<sub>src</sub> shell
sudo make deps
make install
\#+end<sub>src</sub>.
The urls you want to check are in \`$HOME/.config/hitter/urls\`.
As far as I can tell, janet can only install dependencies with root permission, but after that, to build no admin is necessary anymore. So in the makefile you probably need to specify a local \`$PATH\`. Of course, you can put in \`/usr/bin/\`, and if so, run \`make install\` with sudo =].

The urls you want to check are in `$HOME/.config/hitter/urls`.
As far as I can tell, janet can only install dependencies with root permission, but after that, to build no admin is necessary anymore. So in the makefile you probably need to specify a local `$PATH`. Of course, you can put in `/usr/bin/`, and if so, run `make install` with sudo =].


# Didn't like it&#x2026;

M README.org => README.org +5 -3
@@ 7,12 7,14 @@
  
* How can I use it?
  It is very simple. The most straight foward way is to clone and run
  #+begin_src sh

  #+begin_src shell
  sudo make deps
  make install
  #+end_src.
  The urls you want to check are in `$HOME/.config/hitter/urls`.
  As far as I can tell, janet can only install dependencies with root permission, but after that, to build no admin is necessary anymore. So in the makefile you probably need to specify a local `$PATH`. Of course, you can put in `/usr/bin/`, and if so, run `make install` with sudo =].

  The urls you want to check are in ~$HOME/.config/hitter/urls~.
  As far as I can tell, janet can only install dependencies with root permission, but after that, to build no admin is necessary anymore. So in the makefile you probably need to specify a local ~$PATH~. Of course, you can put in ~/usr/bin/~, and if so, run ~make install~ with sudo =].

* Didn't like it...
  No problem! `make uninstall`.