This README is brief introduction to Beryl-cli. For extended information, you can visit our documentation site at beryl.dev/clients/cli
What is Beryl-cli?
Beryldb-cli (also known as Emerald) is a lightweight client for Beryl.
Beryl-cli is a command line interface, it is a program that allows users to send commands to Beryl and read responses.
If you are planning to use Beryl extensively, or if you already do, chances are you familiar with beryl-cli.
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Beryl-cli is supported in MacOS, BSD and Linux systems.
wget https://github.com/beryldb/beryldb-cli/archive/refs/tags/0.2.1.tar.gz tar -xvzf 0.2.1.tar.gz cd beryldb-cli-0.2.1/
You may now build Beryldb-cli:
./configure make -j2
] [--host ] [--pass ] [--port ] [--version]
If you wish to see examples about these parameters, visit our Running guide.
In order to maintain a documentation that is easy to follow, we try to maintain discussions at a very shallow level. Our code is actively changing and thus a brief discussion board is always appreacited.
Source code organization
Beryl-cli's source code is contained in the
src/ directory. The Makefile, which is created after configuring Beryl, is located in the root directory.
Inside the root directory, you will find:
src: Contains cli's implementation, written in C++ and C.
include: Contains cli headers.
etc: Libraries developed by 3rd party organizations.
make: Contains several Perl-based functions to compile the cli.