ivm: the Inko version manager
ivm is a version manager for Inko, and makes it easy to install Inko on different platforms.
ivm is the successor to Inko's previous version manager, ienv. Unlike ienv, ivm works on Linux, macOS, and Windows; and doesn't need a Bash shell.
For more details about ivm, how to use it, and how to install it as a user, refer to the documentation.
Since Inko requires a 64-bits platform, so does ivm.
- Rust 1.34 or newer
You can install ivm using
cargo install ivm --force
Alternatively, you can build from source:
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:inko-lang/ivm.git cd ivm cargo build --release
You can now move
target/release/ivm into your PATH.
All source code in this repository is licensed under the Mozilla Public License version 2.0, unless stated otherwise. A copy of this license can be found in the file "LICENSE".