1. Introduction2. Installation and upgrade3. Quick start4. Usage5. Configuration6. Continuous integration and delivery7. Infrastructure management8. ChatOps9. Custom commands10. Custom plugins11. Custom project templates12. Taito CLI development

2. Installation and upgrade


The following software needs to be installed on your computer before you can install Taito CLI.

Additional details

Linux: See Docker Post-installation steps for Linux.

Windows: It is recommended to use Docker Desktop WSL 2 backend. Make sure you follow the best practices mentioned in the docker installation instructions. That is, source code should be located on Linux disk. You can use Visual Studio Code Remote - WSL to modify the source code remotely from Windows. If you are using some other editor than VS Code, you can use some other sync mechanism to copy changed files from Windows to Linux (e.g. atom-sync-cygwin, Cygwin rsync, cwRsync)

If you cannot use Docker Desktop WSL 2 backend on Windows, you can try some bash emulation instead (e.g. Git Bash). However, docker-for-win#1588 may cause you some trouble. You can also try to run Docker inside a Linux virtual machine.

Automatic installation

  1. Install Taito CLI by running the following commands on your unix-like shell (e.g. bash):

    export TAITO_INSTALL_DIR=~/.taito-cli
    export TAITO_GIT_CLONE_METHOD=https  # https or ssh
    curl -s | bash
  2. Optional: Install Taito CLI plugin for your Visual Studio Code or Atom editor.

Manual installation

  1. See the script and execute the steps manually in any way you like.
  2. Optional: Install Taito CLI plugin for your Visual Studio Code or Atom editor.


You can upgrade Taito CLI and its extensions anytime by running taito upgrade.

Next: 3. Quick start

1. Introduction
2. Installation and upgrade
3. Quick start
4. Usage
5. Configuration
6. Continuous integration and delivery
7. Infrastructure management
8. ChatOps
9. Custom commands
10. Custom plugins
11. Custom project templates
12. Taito CLI development