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CLI tool to run scipts

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jif

jif is a simple CLI tool inspired by NPM, more specifically the npm run and npm install commands.

Installation

python -m pip install jif

*I recommend installing and using jif in a virtualenv. It'll probably work fine globally but it is built with the assumption it is running in a virtualenv.

Commands

You can view all the commands with the CLI by running jif --help. If you want more details about a specific command, run jif <COMMAND> --help.

init

The init command creates the jif file (jif.json) that the other commands use. The file will be saved in the dir that the command is run.

Optional flags
Flag Description Default
--entry-point Use this flag to point to the module that should run when calling the start command. app.py
--lint-dir Use this flag to tell jif which directory should be linted. .
--version Which version your package should begin at. 0.0.1
--author Credits author. None, omitted unless value is specified.
--package Name of your package. None, omitted unless value is specified.

examples: jif init, jif init --lint-dir src --entry-point src/main.py

run

The jif file let's you store scripts which can be executed using the run command. The following scripts can omit the run keyword: start, lint and test.

examples: jif start, jif run my_script

install

The install command uses pip to install packages and then automatically manages them for you in your jif file. If the requirements_file is present, requirements will be duplicated there so your application isn't dependent on jif.

Optional flags

There are two optional flags that can be added to the end of your install command - --no-save and --dev. By default, when package(s) are installed they will be added to the requirements array in the jif file. If you add --dev, it will save all those packages to the dev requirements array. If you want to install a package without saving it anywhere, add --no-save to the end of your install command.

examples: jif install flask, jif install black autopep8 --dev, jif install black --no-save

uninstall

The uninstall command will uninstall all packages specified then check to see if they are listed in either the requirements or dev requirements in the jif file. If they are in either, they will be removed. If the dev_requirements_file is present, requirements will be duplicated there so your application isn't dependent on jif.

examples: jif uninstall flask black autopep

version

The version command will output the current version of jif installed.

examples: jif version

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