kvbik's python tools
some usefull scripts for various purpouses
|rename:||do recursive rename of files, directories and all its content (does not work on ms windows)|
|run:||run specified command in multiple directories|
call rename.sh wrapper for git repositories, it moves .git dir away, performs all renames, moves .git dir back and creates commit:
./scripts/rename.sh \ djangobaselibrary=yournewsupercoollibrary \ django-base-library=your-new-super-cool-library \ "Django Base Library=You New Super Cool Library"
each param is one rename pattern.
you can either pass arguments directly:
./scripts/run 'git checkout master' ./first-repo/ /tmp/second-repo/ ~/third-repo/
or define some replacements in runcommand.py, which will be evaluated. it is found in actual directory:
# beginnig of runcommand.py import os.path MY_DIRS = ( './first-repo', '/tmp/second-repo', os.path.expanduser('~/third-repo/'), ) my_command = 'git checkout master' # end of runcommand.py
./scripts/run my_command MY_DIRS
you can define as many variables as you want, and there are two special names _cmd and _ALL, which are taken if no params are given:
# beginnig of runcommand.py import os.path MY_DIRS = ( './first-repo', '/tmp/second-repo', os.path('~/third-repo/'), ) my_command = 'git checkout master' _ALL = MY_DIRS _cmd = my_command # end of runcommand.py
so, if you now call:
now all three script calls are equivalent
Download the file for your platform. If you're not sure which to choose, learn more about installing packages.
|Filename, size||File type||Python version||Upload date||Hashes|
|Filename, size KviPyTools-0.1.4.zip (8.4 kB)||File type Source||Python version None||Upload date||Hashes View|