Kit is the reference client of the MakeOS network being developed by the Make One team. It is being developed with the Go programming language.
Kit aims to provide a client that allows you to easily interact with the network, manage keys and create third-party applications via an RPC API and an extension system.
It provides a single command-line application named
kitthat returns non-zero errors when a command produces an error. You can use
--helpto get descriptive help text for every command.
To see a list of commands, run
Kit is the official client for the MakeOS network
contributor Manage repository contributors
help Help about any command
init Initialize the application.
issue Create, read, list and respond to issues
key Create and manage your account and push keys.
mr Create, read, list and respond to merge requests
pk Register and manage network push keys
repo Create, find and manage repositories
sign Sign a commit, tag or note and generate a push request token
start Launch the node to join the network.
tx Create and read transaction data or status
user Access and manage a user's personal resources
-v, --version Print version information
--dev Enables development mode
--gitbin string Set path to git executable (default "/usr/bin/git")
--home string Set the path to the home directory (default "/Users/example/.kit")
--home.prefix string Adds a prefix to the home directory in dev mode
--net uint Set network/chain ID (default 1)
--no-colors Disables output colors
--no-log Disables loggers
-h, --help help for kit
Use "kit [command] --help" for more information about a command.
Kit includes persistent flags that are settable from any command. These flags allow you to set things like the home directory, git executable path and so on.
-v, --version- Returns the version information of the client.
--dev- Turns on development mode.
--gitbin- Provide the path to git executable for performing git operations on repositories.
--home- Set the data directory of the Kit client. By default, the home data directory will be created in the machine’s home directory with the name
.kit. In dev mode, it will be named
--home.prefixis set, it will be
--net- Set the unique network ID. This will determine what network the client can interact with.
--no-colors- Prevent the use of colors in the command output.
--no-log- Disable Kit and Tendermint loggers.
-h, --help- Print out a help message.
Kit allows flags of all commands to be configured via the command line. For instance, to set the
--homefrom the environment, use the variable
KIT_is the namespace and
HOMEis the target flag.