Installation

How to install and update Lume

Lume requires Deno. Read the Deno installation instructions if you don't have it yet.

Install Lume on your computer

The easiest way to install Lume is by executing the following command:

deno run -A https://deno.land/x/lume/install.ts

Once installed, you will have the lume command.

Upgrade to the latest version

To update Lume to the latest version, use the command:

lume upgrade

If you get an error upgrading from an old versions of Lume, just reinstall it.

Use the command lume upgrade --dev to install the latest development version (the last commit in the Github repository). It's useful to test new features of Lume before released.

Execute it without install

The ci.ts file works exactly like the lume command but without installation. It's useful for CI environments:

deno run -A https://deno.land/x/lume/ci.ts

Install Lume as a Deno task

The command lume init creates a configuration file and a deno.json file with some deno tasks. This allows to run Lume in any environment with deno task build (to build the site) or deno task serve (to build and start a local server). Deno tasks is already an unstable feature but as soon as is stabilized, it will be the recommended way to run Lume.

If you don't have lume installed in your computer, you can run:

deno run -A https://deno.land/x/lume/init.ts