A command line tool to quick manage boilerplate structures called **plates**, it is extensible
:: A command line tool to quick manage boilerplate structures called plates, it is extensible
$ boiler -l Present plates ================================================================================================================= | plate name | type | author | description | ================================================================================================================= | initscript | copy | mogui | A template for init.d script of non-daemon app | | wordpress | bash | mogui | A quick way to have the latest wordpress version | | wp_theme | bash | mogui | Wordpress theme bare template | ================================================================================================================= $ boiler initscript nameyouwant_forscript
The basic idea is to have a central way to recall common script template or frequently used folder layout and the likes. It is all based on tpl files / folder called plates which are the template to create.
- boiler -l will list all available plates to fire
- boiler <plate_name> help will give help on that plate
- boiler <plate_name> [new_name] will create the boilerplate in current directory with new_name name
from Package index:
$ pip install boiler
download or clone from here, then:
$ python setup.py install
Write Custom Tpl
Refer to Tpl repository
Copyright © 2012 Niko Usai. See LICENSE for details.
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