Multiverse uses peer-to-peer network protocols to communicate and share data with peers. Instead of a hosted server, Multiverse runs a headless client to manage peer connections and synchronize data.
The client also includes a web server that can be used to view code offline. You should keep the client running in the background so your data is always up to date.
$ multi daemon
Initialize a new repo
Projects are shared with all peers on the network by default. Do not include anything you wish to keep private.
$ multi init [name]
Clone an existing repo
Content identifiers (or CIDs) are cryptographic hashes that refer to unique content on the network.
$ multi clone [cid]
Create a `multi.ignore` file in your project root and add a new line for each rule.
Check your changes before recording them.
$ multi status
Commits can include an optional message to describe what has been changed.
$ multi commit -m "init"
Only trust CIDs from secure sources.
$ multi merge [cid]