sh - Self-managing shell archive

The ‘sh’ output in fpm will generate a shell script that is, itself, an archive.

The resulting shell script will install the files you provided. You can run the resulting shell script to see more helpful information.

# Create an package % fpm -s empty -t sh -n example

# Get help. % ./ -h

Supported Uses in FPM

fpm supports using sh only as an output type. This means you can create sh packages from input types like deb, dir, or npm

sh-specific command line flags

This package type has no additional options