decK is entirely written in Go. The build process builds a single static binary, which makes it easy and convenient to install decK.
You can follow along installation instructions based on your Operating System(OS):
If you are on macOS, install decK using brew:
$ brew tap hbagdi/deck $ brew install deck
If you are Linux, you can either use the Debian or RPM archive from the Github release page or install by downloading a compressed archive, which contains the binary:
$ curl -sL https://github.com/hbagdi/deck/releases/download/v1.1.0/deck_1.1.0_linux_amd64.tar.gz -o deck.tar.gz $ tar -xf deck.tar.gz -C /tmp $ sudo cp /tmp/deck /usr/local/bin/
If your workflow requires a Docker image, then you can use
image from the official Docker hub:
docker pull hbagdi/deck
You will have to mount the state files into the container as volumes so that decK can read the files during diff/sync procedures.
If you’re integrating decK into your CI system, you can either install decK into the system itself, use the Docker based environment or pull the binaries hosted on Github in each job.