This repo holds all our standard functions that all our services should use. We include a folder for each language -- files are broken down by their inclusion method. Please follow our development best practices when contributing.
Some other functions served by this repo are included below.
Uniglot is derived from the idea of a universal language to be used by all projects.
Uni means one, and glot is defined as '"speaking, writing, or written in a language" of the kind or number specified by the initial element'. So, Uniglot is thereby the single language used by all AniNIX projects. This refers both to the library files contained here and the universal hooks used in AniNIX development.
Relevant Files and Software
The following executables are available:
uniglot-cloneensures that when repos are cloned, they are attached to the standard Uniglot hooks.
home-gitis support for User Support Repositories.
The Hooks folder includes a standard pre-commit and pre-receive that will be enforced across repos. These pre-commit and pre-receive will enforce the contents of
Hooks/scripts.d. This allows us to enforce standards of quality across the ecosystem.
Notably, each repo that subscribes to this enforcement can also commit their own standards in addition to global standards. Python tests should go in a folder called
tests/ and scripts in a folder called
precommit-hooks/. These will be run in addition to the global hooks.
Each language for which we have libraries should have its own folder. Breakdown within each of these may be broken up by line count or topic, at the author's discretion. Once an include standard has been set, though, it should be preserved. For example, if functions in the Bash header are to be broken out into subordinate files, then the Bash header should include these files that contain functions formally in itself.
The clients for this package are the compilers for the various languages represented.
The hooks can be consumed by
uniglot-clone is run on a repo.
Equivalents or Competition
The equivalents for this are the -headers or -libs packages for other projects. There is not really competition, as these are things specific for our development environment.