INstant COde Runner runs the programs present in the mentioned directory instantaneously as and when changes are saved.
Install it using pip
sudo pip install incor
Clone this repository to get started.
git clone https://github.com/lakshmanaram/Incor.git
And install it.
python setup.py install
You can also install it for development.
python setup.py develop
Nagigate to the folder where you want the files to be compiled and executed instantly and type this in the terminal
Or else you can run it directly with the path of the directory.
General template for running incor.
incor /optional/path/to/the/directory [<option> <value> ...]
You can also add some template files in the directory where incor runs. The template files should be of the form ‘template.(some_extension)’ for example ‘template.c’ or ‘template.py’. Whenever a new empty file is created inside the working directory with a particular extension, Incor searches for a template file with the same extension and writes the template into the newly created file.
All the empty files created in the present directory with .cpp extansion will have the contents of a.cpp, .c extansion will have the contents of a.c and .py extansion will have the contents of a.py
incor -t a
All the empty files created in the present directory with extansion in [cpp,c,py] will have the contents of template.extension if available anywhere in the path/to/the/directory
incor path/to/the/directory -t
You can also add some input files in the directory where incor runs. The default input file is ‘input.txt’. Whenever a program is executed and run, Incor provides the contents of the specified input file as input to the program.
All the successfully compiled and executed programs will use input.txt present in path/to/the/directory or in any of it’s sub-directories as input
incor path/to/the/directory -i
All the successfully compiled and executed programs will use a.txt present in the current working directory or in any of it’s sub-directories as input
incor -i a.txt
incor can be configured for a run using these options -
-i To specify the input file name for the to be compiled program(with extension). -t To specify the name of template file(without extension). -c To specify the C compiler to be used. -cpp To specify the C++ compiler to be used. -py To specify the python interpreter to be used.
TODO: Figure out how to actually get changelog content.
Changelog content for this version goes here.