Information on Scoop's commands is built-in. If you use Git you should find the help interface familiar.
To see a list of commands, run:
To see help on a specific command, run:
scoop help <command>
The current commands are (output from
alias Manage scoop aliases bucket Manage Scoop buckets cache Show or clear the download cache checkup Check for potential problems cleanup Cleanup apps by removing old versions config Get or set configuration values create Create a custom app manifest depends List dependencies for an app export Exports (an importable) list of installed apps help Show help for a command hold Hold an app to disable updates home Opens the app homepage info Display information about an app install Install apps list List installed apps prefix Returns the path to the specified app reset Reset an app to resolve conflicts search Search available apps status Show status and check for new app versions unhold Unhold an app to enable updates uninstall Uninstall an app update Update apps, or Scoop itself virustotal Look for app's hash on virustotal.com which Locate a shim/executable (similar to 'which' on Linux)