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Create a repo from a repo blueprint

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# Repo Blueprinter

## Overview The goal of this project is to provide an easy way to create a “repo blueprint template” from which developers can build their own projects. You can create placeholders in the template and populate the values when the new repo is created.

## Features * Uses the [jinja2](http://jinja.pocoo.org/) template engine for easy and powerful templates * Limit templated files to specific file types * Template filenames and folders

## Why not just fork? Forking is great if you want to potentially merge back with the main project. In this case, we want to provide developers with a basic blueprint, let them fill in their own values, but they won’t be merging back into the main project.

## Installation

$ pip install repo-blueprint

## Usage

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