The most simple invocation is:
This will show the angel base directory on screen.
$ angel examples/samba
Shows angel 'samba' in 'examples' directory. For quicker access when the exact location of an angel is known.
$ angel -f searchstring [..search string ...]
Search for angels with keywords in title and tags. All search strings are linked with logical 'and'.
$ angel -u <url>
Download an angel from the Internet with URL <url>. The angel on the remote host is in tar.gz. format and will be unpacked into the 'imported' folder in the angel base directory.
Editing an angel:
$ angel -e
Opens a text editor to edit the active angel.
Creating a new angel:
$ angel -c
Opens the angel to create a new angel.
Executing a file:
$ angel -x <angel>
Executes a file that is an angel that is not in the angel base directory or any of the subdirectories.
$ angel -r <reference>
Show angel with reference number <reference>
Turn off the one-letter commands:
$ angel -i
Turns off the one-letter commands used in the angels. The one-letter commands build up in a folder. Helpful to run from time to time to clean up. The Angelscripts will create the one-letter commands again when invoked.