Started by daelvn, Jan 16, 2019, 10:24 pm
$ ccrunx configure my-project$ ccrunx run my-project
$ ccrunx-image compress my-project$ ccrunx-image decompress ccrunx-image_my-project.ccrunx
$ ls paboot paunify paxcomp paunify-config$ ccrunx c paboot$ ccrunx c paunify$ ccrunx c paxcomp$ ccrunx c paunify-config# Although paunify-config will never be run, configuring it will allow us to place the files inside# anywhere we desire.
$ ccrunx a paunify paunify-config
# ccrunx-compose.ymlcompose: env: paboot: name: Pantheon Bootloader id: 0 paxcomp: name: Pantheon XCompiler id: 1 # For some reason, we want this on computer with ID 1, we just do. paunify: after: moonc ? # Turns out this was written in MoonScript! This should compile it for us. name: Pantheon Unificated libraries id: 0 paunify-config: id: 0 path: /etc/paunify/ # This is inside the container
project: env: folder: name: description or extended name id: 0 path: where to place the files after: run a command after it's placed example: image: ccrunx-image_example.ccrunx name: it can decompress images too env: example: name: Example id: 0 # Set startup files for computers startup: 0: file 1: file config: ccemux.json plugins: - someplugin.jar