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generate the license for you

Project Description

Generate your license. Yet another lice, but implement with Jinja.

Install

$ pip install licen

Usage

A gif is worth than a thousand words.

demo_gif

In short, generate a licnese:

$ licen mit > LICENSE

Generate a header:

$ licen header gpl-2.0-header > main.py

Or get detailed help message from the terminal.

$ licen -h
licen, generates license for you via command line

Usage:
  licen [header] (-l | --list)
  licen [-y YEAR] [-f FULLNAME] [-e EMAIL] LICENSE_NAME
  licen header [-y YEAR] [-f FULLNAME] [-e EMAIL] LICENSE_HEADER
  licen --var NAME
  licen (-h | --help)
  licen (-V | --version)

Options:
  -l --list     List all the support licenses or headers.
  -y YEAR       Specify the year.
  -f FULLNAME   Specify the owner's fullname.
  -e EMAIL      Specify the email.
  --var         List all the variables in the template.
  -h --help     Show the help message.
  -V --version  Show the version info.

License

MIT.

Release History

Release History

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