Generates folders for coding dojo sessions
This project generates folders for coding dojo sessions following the pattern YYYYMMDD[_extra]languageproblem.
I (João Felipe Pimentel) started this project in a fork of DojoTools and now I’m extracting it to a separate project.
Installing and using DojoGen is simple and easy. Please check our installation and basic usage guidelines below.
To install DojoGen, you should follow these basic instructions:
If you have pip, just run:
$ pip install dojogen
If you do not have pip, but already have Git (to clone our repository) and Python:
$ git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:dojorio/dojogen.git $ cd dojogen $ ./setup.py install
This installs DojoGen on your system.
There are 3 basic commands: generate (g), language (l), help (h)
1- Generate: generates a folder for the coding dojo session
Just call it with the desired language and problem
$ dojogen generate python fizz_buzz
You can also pass extra arguments to describe custom dojo sessions
$ dojogen g python fizz_buzz freshmen
Generates 20150517_freshmen_python_fizz_buzz with fizz_buzz.py and test_fizz_buzz.py
There are also extra options:
Use non-specified generator or ignore language files: (-i/–ignore)
$ dojogen g -i python fizz_buzz
Generates an empty 20150517_python_fizz_buzz
Specify the path (-p/–path)
$ dojogen g -p ~/dojo_niteroi python fizz_buzz
Generates 20150517_python_fizz_buzz inside ~/dojo_niteroi directory
2- Language: shows existing generators
3- Help: describes how to prepare the environment for a language
$ dojogen help ruby Dependencies: ruby rspec TestUnit: It uses rspec that can be downloaded by gem install rspec Interactive Shell: irb
If you want to create a new generator, you just need to create a folder inside the generators directory and a text file inside generators/help. The name of the folder and text file will be the name of the generator.
Please, make sure you create a file run.dojo inside the generator with the command line used to compile and run tests (if applyable) and a .dojoignore with rules to ignore compiled files.
Some strings will be replaced by the problem name according to the expected case. Using the problem name fizz_buzz as example:
'___dojogen___' : 'fizz_buzz' '___class_dojogen___' : 'FizzBuzz', '___down_dojogen___' : 'fizzbuzz', '___camel_dojogen___' : 'fizzBuzz',
Do not hesitate to contact me:
João Felipe Pimentel email@example.com
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