Webi is how developers install their tools.

Updating webi

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Since webi is just a small helper script, it's always update on each use.

Cheat Sheet

webi is what you would have created if you automated how you install your common tools yourself: Simple, direct downloads from official sources, unpacked into ~/.local, added to PATH, symlinked for easy version switching, with minimal niceties like resuming downloads and 'stable' tags.

  • Easy to remember.
  • No magic, no nonesense, no bulk.
  • What you would have done for yourself.

You can install exactly what you need, from memory, via URL:

curl https://webinstall.dev/node@lts | bash

Or via webi, the tiny curl | bash shortcut command that comes with each install:

webi node@lts golang@stable flutter@beta rustlang

webi PATHs

You can see exactly what PATHs have been edited:

pathman list

And where:

cat ~/.config/envman/PATH.env

Uninstall webi

webi uses standard paths and touches very little.

rm -rf ~/.local/opt ~/.local/bin

If you haven't used pathman for anything else, you can also remove its config:

rm -f ~/.config/envman/PATH.env

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