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Template manager

Project description

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Simple Template manager to manage template and create project based on template.

Requirements

  • Python 3.6+
  • Works on Linux, Windows, Mac OSX, BSD

Install

pip:

pip install abathur

Usage

Presume you have a template like this:

template/src
├── main
│   ├── java
│   │   └── com
│   │       └── abathur
│   │           └── {PROJECT_NAME}
│   │               └── {PROJECT_NAME_IN_CLASS}Application.java
│   │                   ├── domain
│   │                   │   ├── entity
│   │                   │   │   └── {PROJECT_NAME_IN_CLASS}.java
│   │                   │   ├── repository
│   │                   │   │   └── {PROJECT_NAME_IN_CLASS}Repository.java
│   │                   │   └── service
│   │                   │       └── {PROJECT_NAME_IN_CLASS}Service.java
│   │                   ├── facade
│   │                   │   ├── {PROJECT_NAME_IN_CLASS}DtoMapper.java
│   │                   │   └── {PROJECT_NAME_IN_CLASS}Facade.java
│   │                   ├── infrastructure
│   │                   │   └── persistence
│   │                   │       ├── {PROJECT_NAME_IN_CLASS}Po.java
│   │                   │       └── {PROJECT_NAME_IN_CLASS}Repository.java
│   │                   └── resource
│   │                      └── {PROJECT_NAME_IN_CLASS}Resource.java
│   └── resources
│       └── application.yml
└── test
    ├── java
    │   └── com
    │       └── abathur
    │           └── {PROJECT_NAME}
    │               └── resource
    │                   └── {PROJECT_NAME_IN_CLASS}ResourceTest.java
    └── resources

You can put all placeholders surrounding with {} like {PROJECT_NAME} and {PROJECT_NAME_IN_CLASS} in the file sources and directory, you can write a file named .abathur in the root path like:

cat .abathur
PROJECT_NAME_IN_CLASS
TABLE_NAME

.abathur include all keywords used in template and split with n, abathur will load it and surround the with {}(Abathur would auto add PROJECT_NAME into keyword list), then

Create alias:

abathur add alias ~/template

Build project based on template:

abathur build -a name project_name

When build project, abathur will let user fix replace the words notified in .abathur and replace the placeholders in template.

  • You can use –output special the project path.
  • You can use –config special a config file auto fill replaceholders

List aliases:

abathur list

Remove alias:

abathur remove alias

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