The command line tool
Today, there are four ways to install the command-line tool:
Installing with Homebrew (macOS):
$ brew install stork-search/stork-tap/stork
Installing with Cargo (cross-platform):
$ cargo install stork-search
Downloading the compiled binary (Ubuntu):
$ wget https://files.stork-search.net/releases/latest/stork-ubuntu-latest $ chmod +x stork-ubuntu-latest
This option is recommended in situations where you're automatically re-building an index file on a task runner. See Stork and Netlify for an example.
Building from source (cross-platform):
If none of these options work for you, or if you want Stork distributed elsewhere, open a Github issue and let me know.
From the Stork CDN:
Include the following script tag on your site, before your closing
This will load the most recent Stork module along with the matching WASM binary. It will make a
stork global variable available.
stork.wasm from the latest Github release and publish those files on your web server. Be sure to serve
stork.wasm with the correct MIME type, and be sure to call
stork.initialize() with the URL of your WASM binary.
Visit the self-hosting guide for more information.
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