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General purpose static text generator

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Author:

C.W. and its contributors (See contributors.rst)

Issues:

http://github.com/moremoban/moban/issues

License:

MIT

Announcement

In version 0.8.0, moban.plugins.jinja2.tests.files is moved to moban-ansible package. moban.plugins.jinja2.filters.github is moved to moban-jinja2-github package Please install them for backward compatibility.

Quick start

$ export HELLO="world"
$ moban "{{HELLO}}"
world

Or

$ export HELLO="world"
$ echo "{{HELLO}}" | moban

Or simply

$ HELLO="world" moban "{{HELLO}}"

A bit formal example:

$ moban -c data.yml -t my.template
world

Given data.yml as:

hello: world

and my.template as:

{{hello}}

Please note that data.yml will take precedence over environment variables.

Template inheritance and custom template directories

Suppose there exists shared/base.jj2, and two templates child1.jj2 and child2.jj2 derives from it. You can do:

$ moban -t child1.jj2 -td shared -o child1
$ moban -t child2.jj2 -td shared -o child2

Data overload and custom data directories

Effectively each data file you give to moban, it overrides environment variables. Still you can have different layers of data. For example, you can have shared/company_info.yml, use project1.yml for project 1 and project2.yml for project 2. In each of the derived data file, simply mention:

overrides: company_info.yml
...

Here is the command line to use your data:

$ moban -cd shared -c project1.yaml -t README.jj2

Custom jinja2 extension

moban allows the injection of user preferred jinja2 extensions:

$ moban -e jj2=jinja2_time.TimeExtension ...

Well, can I nick some existing functions as filters, tests? Or create a global from another library?

Sure, you can use the same ‘-e’ syntax:

$ moban -e jinja2=filter:module.path.filter_function \
           jinja2=test:module.path.test_function \
           jinja2=global:identifier=module.path.variable

In this case, you would have to include the external library in your own requirements.txt

Here is an example:

$ moban -e jinja2=filter:moban.externals.file_system.url_join \
  jinja2=test:moban.externals.file_system.exists \
  jinja2=global:description=moban.constants.PROGRAM_DESCRIPTION \
  -t "{{ 'a'|url_join('b')}} {{'b' is exists}}"

Can I write my own jinja2 test, filter and/or globals?

moban allows the freedom of craftsmanship. Please refer to the docs for more details. Here is an example:

import sys
import base64

from moban.plugins.jinja2.extensions import JinjaFilter


@JinjaFilter()
def base64encode(string):
    if sys.version_info[0] > 2:
        content = base64.b64encode(string.encode("utf-8"))
        content = content.decode("utf-8")
    else:
        content = base64.b64encode(string)
    return content

And you can use it within your jinja2 template, mytest.jj2:

{{ 'abc' | base64encode }}

Assume that the custom example was saved in custom-jj2-plugin

$ moban -pd custom-jj2-plugin -t mytest.jj2 ...

Moban will then load your custom jinja2 functions

Slim template syntax for jinja2

with moban-slim installed,

Given a data.json file with the following content

{
  "person": {
    "firstname": "Smith",
    "lastname": "Jones",
  },
}
$ moban --template-type slim -c data.json  "{{person.firstname}} {{person.lastname}}"
Smith Jones

Handlebars.js template

With moban-handlebars installed,

Given a data.json file with the following content

{
  "person": {
    "firstname": "Yehuda",
    "lastname": "Katz",
  },
}
$ moban --template-type handlebars -c data.json  "{{person.firstname}} {{person.lastname}}"
Yehuda Katz

For handlebars.js users, yes, the example was copied from handlebarjs.com. The aim is to show off what we can do.

Let’s continue with a bit more fancy feature:

$ moban --template-type handlebars -c data.json "{{#with person}}{{firstname}} {{lastname}} {{/with}}"

Moban’s way of pybar3 usage:

Let’s save the following file a script.py under helper_and_partial folder:

from moban_handlebars.api import Helper, register_partial

register_partial('header', '<h1>People</h1>')


@Helper('list')
def _list(this, options, items):
    result = [u'<ul>']
    for thing in items:
        result.append(u'<li>')
        result.extend(options['fn'](thing))
        result.append(u'</li>')
    result.append(u'</ul>')
    return result

And given data.json reads as the following:

{
    "people":[
        {"name": "Bill", "age": 100},
        {"name": "Bob", "age": 90},
        {"name": "Mark", "age": 25}
    ]
}

Let’s invoke handlebar template:

$ moban --template-type hbs -pd helper_and_partial -c data.json "{{>header}}{{#list people}}{{name}} {{age}}{{/list}}"
Handlebars-ing {{>header}... to moban.output
Handlebarsed 1 file.
$ cat moban.output
<h1>People</h1><ul><li>Bill 100</li><li>Bob 90</li><li>Mark 25</li></ul>

Velocity template

With moban-velocity installed,

Given the following data.json:

{"people":
    [
        {"name": "Bill", "age": 100},
        {"name": "Bob", "age": 90},
        {"name": "Mark", "age": 25}
    ]
}

And given the following velocity.template:

Old people:
#foreach ($person in $people)
 #if($person.age > 70)
  $person.name
 #end
#end

Third person is $people[2].name

moban can do the template:

$ moban --template-type velocity -c data.json -t velocity.template
Old people:

Bill

Bob


Third person is Mark

Can I write my own template engine?

Yes and please check for more details.

Given the following template type function, and saved in custom-plugin dir:

from moban.core.content_processor import ContentProcessor


@ContentProcessor("de-duplicate", "De-duplicating", "De-duplicated")
def de_duplicate(content: str, options: dict) -> str:
    lines = content.split(b'\n')
    new_lines = []
    for line in lines:
        if line not in new_lines:
            new_lines.append(line)
    return b'\n'.join(new_lines)

You can start using it like this:

$ moban --template-type de-duplicate -pd custom-plugin -t duplicated_content.txt

TOML data format

moban-anyconfig should be installed first.

Given the following toml file, sample.toml:

title = "TOML Example"
[owner]
name = "Tom Preston-Werner"

You can do:

$ moban -c sample.toml "{{owner.name}} made {{title}}"
Tom Preston-Werner made TOML Example

Not limited to toml, you can supply moban with the following data formats:

Always supported formats, quoting from python-anyconfig

Format

Type

Requirement

JSON

json

json (standard lib) or simplejson

Ini-like

ini

configparser (standard lib)

Pickle

pickle

pickle (standard lib)

XML

xml

ElementTree (standard lib)

Java properties

properties

None (native implementation with standard lib)

B-sh

shellvars

None (native implementation with standard lib)

For any of the following data formats, you elect to install by yourself.

Supported formats by pluggable backend modules

Format

Type

Required backend

Amazon Ion

ion

anyconfig-ion-backend

BSON

bson

anyconfig-bson-backend

CBOR

cbor

anyconfig-cbor-backend or anyconfig-cbor2-backend

ConifgObj

configobj

anyconfig-configobj-backend

MessagePack

msgpack

anyconfig-msgpack-backend

Or you could choose to install all:

$ pip install moban-anyconfig[all-backends]

Why not to use python-anyconfig itself, but yet another package?

moban gives you a promise of any location which python-anyconfig does not support.

Why do it mean ‘any location’?

Thanks to pyfilesystem 2, moban is able to read data back from git repo, pypi package, http(s), zip, tar, ftp, s3 or you name it.

Templates and configuration files over HTTP(S)

httpfs should be installed first.

With httpfs, moban can access any files over http(s) as its template or data file:

$ moban -t 'https://raw.githubusercontent.com/moremoban/pypi-mobans/dev/templates/_version.py.jj2'\
  -c 'https://raw.githubusercontent.com/moremoban/pypi-mobans/dev/config/data.yml'\
  -o _version.py

In an edge case, if github repo’s public url is given, this github repo shall not have sub repos. This library will fail to translate sub-repo as url. No magic.

Templates and configuration files in a git repo

gitfs2 is optional since v0.7.0 but was installed by default since v0.6.1

You can do the following with moban:

$ moban -t 'git://github.com/moremoban/pypi-mobans.git!/templates/_version.py.jj2' \
        -c 'git://github.com/moremoban/pypi-mobans.git!/config/data.yml' \
        -o _version.py
Info: Found repo in /Users/jaska/Library/Caches/gitfs2/repos/pypi-mobans
Templating git://github.com/moremoban/pypi-mobans.git!/templates/_version.py.jj2 to _version.py
Templated 1 file.
$ cat _version.py
__version__ = "0.1.1rc3"
__author__ = "C.W."

Templates and configuration files in a python package

pypifs is optional since v0.7.0 but was installed by default since v0.6.1

You can do the following with moban:

$ moban -t 'pypi://pypi-mobans-pkg/resources/templates/_version.py.jj2' \
        -c 'pypi://pypi-mobans-pkg/resources/config/data.yml' \
        -o _version.py
Collecting pypi-mobans-pkg
....
Installing collected packages: pypi-mobans-pkg
Successfully installed pypi-mobans-pkg-0.0.7
Templating pypi://pypi-mobans-pkg/resources/templates/_version.py.jj2 to _version.py
Templated 1 file.
$ cat _version.py
__version__ = "0.1.1rc3"
__author__ = "C.W."

Work with S3 and other cloud based file systems

Please install fs-s3fs:

$ pip install fs-s3fs

Then you can access your files in s3 bucket:

$ moban -c s3://${client_id}:${client_secrect}@moremoban/s3data.yml \
        -o 'zip://my.zip!/moban.output' {{hello}}
$ unzip my.zip
$ cat moban.output
world

Where the configuration sits in a s3 bucket, the output is a file in a zip. The content of s3data.yaml is:

So what can I do with it

Here is a list of other usages:

  1. Django Mobans, templates for django, docker etc.

  2. Math Sheets, generate custom math sheets in pdf

At scale, continous templating for open source projects

https://github.com/moremoban/moban/raw/dev/docs/images/moban-in-pyexcel-demo.gif

moban enabled continuous templating in pyexcel and coala project to keep documentation consistent across the documentations of individual libraries in the same organisation. Here is the primary use case of moban, as of now:

https://github.com/moremoban/yehua/raw/dev/docs/source/_static/yehua-story.png

Usage beyond command line

All use cases are documented

Support

If you like moban, please support me on github, patreon or bounty source to maintain the project and develop it further.

With your financial support, I will be able to invest a little bit more time in coding, documentation and writing interesting extensions.

Vision

Any template, any data in any location

moban started with bringing the high performance template engine (JINJA2) for web into static text generation.

moban can use other python template engine: mako, handlebars, velocity, haml, slim and tornado, can read other data format: json and yaml, and can access both template file and configuration file in any location: zip, git, pypi package, s3, etc.

Credit

jinja2-fsloader is the key component to enable PyFilesystem2 support in moban v0.6x. Please show your stars there too!

Installation

You can install it via pip:

$ pip install moban

or clone it and install it:

$ git clone http://github.com/moremoban/moban.git
$ cd moban
$ python setup.py install

CLI documentation

usage: moban [-h] [-c CONFIGURATION] [-t TEMPLATE] [-o OUTPUT]
             [-td [TEMPLATE_DIR [TEMPLATE_DIR ...]]]
             [-pd [PLUGIN_DIR [PLUGIN_DIR ...]]] [-cd CONFIGURATION_DIR]
             [-m MOBANFILE] [-g GROUP] [--template-type TEMPLATE_TYPE]
             [-d DEFINE [DEFINE ...]] [-e EXTENSION [EXTENSION ...]] [-f]
             [--exit-code] [-V] [-v]
             [template]

Static text generator using any template, any data and any location.

positional arguments:
  template              string templates

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -c CONFIGURATION, --configuration CONFIGURATION
                        the data file
  -t TEMPLATE, --template TEMPLATE
                        the template file
  -o OUTPUT, --output OUTPUT
                        the output file

Advanced options:
  For better control

  -td [TEMPLATE_DIR [TEMPLATE_DIR ...]], --template_dir [TEMPLATE_DIR [TEMPLATE_DIR ...]]
                        add more directories for template file lookup
  -cd CONFIGURATION_DIR, --configuration_dir CONFIGURATION_DIR
                        the directory for configuration file lookup
  -pd [PLUGIN_DIR [PLUGIN_DIR ...]], --plugin_dir [PLUGIN_DIR [PLUGIN_DIR ...]]
                        add more directories for plugin lookup
  -m MOBANFILE, --mobanfile MOBANFILE
                        custom moban file
  -g GROUP, --group GROUP
                        a subset of targets
  --template-type TEMPLATE_TYPE
                        the template type, default is jinja2
  -d DEFINE [DEFINE ...], --define DEFINE [DEFINE ...]
                        to supply additional or override predefined variables,
                        format: VAR=VALUEs
  -e EXTENSION [EXTENSION ...], --extension EXTENSION [EXTENSION ...]
                        to to TEMPLATE_TYPE=EXTENSION_NAME
  -f                    force moban to template all files despite of
                        .moban.hashes

Developer options:
  For debugging and development

  --exit-code           by default, exist code 0 means no error, 1 means error
                        occured. It tells moban to change 1 for changes, 2 for
                        error occured
  -V, --version         show program's version number and exit
  -v                    show verbose, try -v, -vv, -vvv

8 contributors

In alphabetical order:

Change log

0.8.2 - 04.09.2020

Fixed

  1. Use any functions, any data structure of any python packages as jinja2 filters, tests, globals

0.8.1 - 04.09.2020

Fixed

  1. #399: content processor should be called only once

  2. content processor shall pass on options to content processors

0.8.0 - 02.09.2020

Removed

  1. moban.plugins.jinja2.tests.files is moved to moban-ansible package

  2. moban.plugins.jinja2.filters.github is moved to moban-jinja2-github package

Fixed

  1. #396: custom jinja2 plugins(filters, tests and globals) are not visible if a template is passed as a string.

0.7.10 - 16.08.2020

Updated

  1. #393: Rendered content output to stdout once

0.7.9 - 06.08.2020

Updated

  1. #390: single render action will print to stdout by default

0.7.8 - 09.06.2020

Added

  1. #313: Non-textual source files should default to copy

0.7.7 - 24.5.2020

Added

  1. -pd for command line to include custom plugin directories

Fixed

  1. strip did not work in 0.7.6

0.7.6 - 22.5.2020

Added

  1. #38: finally be able strip the rendered content

0.7.5 - 21.5.2020

Added

  1. #167: reverse what moban have done: delete

0.7.4 - 13.5.2020

Fixed

  1. #378: suppress stdout message from deprecated pip install. but please do not use and migrate deprecated`requires` syntax.

0.7.3 - 2.5.2020

Added

  1. Added continuous check in travis for setup.py descriptions. No impact to moban user.

0.7.2 - 1.5.2020

Added

  1. Support for templates and configuration files over HTTP(S) protocol with httpfs! Yepee!

0.7.1 - 25.04.2020

Fixed

  1. #365: regression was introduced by v0.6.5. If you uses mobanfile as data configuration file, you are very likely to have this show stopper. Please upgrade to this version.

0.7.0 - 18.01.2020

Removed

  1. #360: make gitfs2 and pypifs optional.

  2. #303: python 2.7 support is dropped.

Updated

  1. #360: show friendlier error when unknown protocol exception was raised.

0.6.8 - 7.12.2019

Updated

  1. since version 0.5.0, when rendering a single file or string, moban would report ‘Templated 1 of 0 files’, which should have been ‘Templated 1 file.’

Removed

  1. python 3.4 support is gone because colorama requires Python ‘>=2.7, !=3.0.*, !=3.1.*, !=3.2.*, !=3.3.*, !=3.4.*’

0.6.7 - 1.12.2019

Updated

  1. no verbose for error, -v for warning, -vv for warning+info, -vvv for warning+info+debug

  2. #351, show template plugin name, i.e. ‘copying’ for copy instead of ‘templating’

Removed

  1. Message: ‘Warning: Attempting to use environment vars as data…’ became warning log

  2. Message: ‘Warning: Both data.yml and /…/.moban.cd/data.yml does not exist’ became warning log

  3. with -v, you would see them in such a situation

0.6.6 - 10.11.2019

Added

  1. support moban file inheritance. one base moban file and child repos can inherit and override

0.6.5 - 13.10.2019

Added

  1. #335: support intermediate targets in moban file

0.6.4 - 4.10.2019

Updated

  1. Command options have been grouped. –template_type became –template-type

  2. Increment gitfs2 to version 0.0.2. gitfs#4

0.6.3 - 25.09.2019

Added

  1. #260: jinja-cli parity: support command line pipe stream.

0.6.2 - 15.09.2019

Added

  1. #322: Implicit targets with template extensions default to copy

  2. #257: ‘-e’ to load extensions for template engines, i.e. jinja2

  3. #333: command line template fails with version 0.6.1

0.6.1 - 10.09.2019

Fixed

  1. #328: update backward compatibility

0.6.0 - 10.09.2019

Added

  1. #205: support pyFilesystem2

  2. #185: -v will enable moban application logging for development. And -V is for version.

  3. #325: -vv show debug trace

  4. #126: Allow mobanfile to include data from arbitrary config files

  5. #256: jinja2-cli parity: ‘-d hello=world’ to define custom variable on cli

Updated

  1. #275: fix moban 0.4.5 test failures on openSUSE Tumbleweed

0.5.0 - 14.07.2019

Updated

  1. #277: Restored dependency git-url-parse, replacing incompatible giturlparse which was used during moban 0.4.x

  2. #281: Fixed unicode support on Python 2.7

  3. #274: Updated ruamel.yaml dependency pins to restore support for Python 3.4, and prevent installation of versions that can not be installed on Python 3.7

  4. #285: Fixed CI testing of minimum requirements

  5. #271: Fixed repository caching bug preventing branch switching

  6. #292: Reformatted YAML files according to yamllint rules

  7. #291: Fixed filename typos in README

  8. #280: Added CI to ensure repository is in sync with upstream

  9. #280: sync setup.py from pypi-mobans

0.4.5 - 07.07.2019

Updated

  1. #271: support git branch change in later run.

0.4.4 - 26.05.2019

Updated

  1. #265: Use simple read binary to read instead of encoding

0.4.3 - 16.03.2019

Removed

  1. #253: symbolic link in regression pack causes python setup.py to do recursive include

Added

  1. #209: Alert moban user when git is not available and is used.

Updated

  1. #261: since moban group template files per template type, this fill use first come first register to order moban group

0.4.2 - 08.03.2019

Added

  1. #234: Define template parameters on the fly inside targets section

  2. #62: select a group target to run

Updated

  1. #180: No longer two statistics will be shown in v0.4.x. legacy copy targets are injected into a normal targets. cli target is made a clear priority.

  2. #244: version 0.4.2 is first version which would work perfectly on windows since 17 Nov 2018. Note that: file permissions are not used on windows. Why the date? because samefile is not avaiable on windows, causing unit tests to fail hence it lead to my conclusion that moban version between 17 Nov 2018 and March 2019 wont work well on Windows.

0.4.1 - 28.02.2019

Added

  1. #235: user defined template types so that custom file extensions, template configurations can be controlled by moban user

  2. #232: the package dependencies have been fine tuning to lower versions, most of them are dated back to 2017.

0.4.0 - 20.02.2019

Added

  1. #165: Copy as plugins

Updated

  1. #219: git clone depth set to 2

  2. #186: lowest dependecy on ruamel.yaml is 0.15.5, Jun 2017

0.3.10 - 03.02.2019

Added

  1. #174: Store git cache in XDG_CACHE_DIR

  2. #107: Add -v to show current moban version

  3. #164: support additional data formats

Updated

  1. #178: UnboundLocalError: local variable ‘target’ referenced before assignment

  2. #169: uses GitPython instead of barebone git commands

0.3.9 - 18-1-2019

Updated

  1. #90: allow adding extra jinja2 extensions. jinja2.ext.do, jinja2.ext.loopcontrols are included by default. what’s more, any other template enigne are eligible for extension additions.

  2. #158: Empty file base_engine.py is finally removed

0.3.8 - 12-1-2019

Updated

  1. #141: disable file permissions copy feature and not to check file permission changes on windows.

  2. #154: introduce first ever positional argument for string base template.

  3. #157: the exit code behavior changed. for backward compactibility please use –exit-code. Otherwise, moban will not tell if there is any changes.

0.3.7 - 6-1-2019

Updated

  1. #146: added a low-setup usage mode via environment variables to moban

  2. #148: include test related files in the package for package validation when distributing via linux system, i.e. OpenSuse

0.3.6 - 30-12-2018

Updated

  1. #143: moban shall report permission error and continue the rest of the copying task.

  2. #122: Since 0.3.6, moban is tested on windows and macos too, using azure build pipelines. It is already tested extensively on travis-ci on linux os.

0.3.5 - 10-12-2018

Updated

  1. #37: moban will report line number where the value is empty and the name of mobanfile. Switch from pyyaml to ruamel.yaml.

0.3.4.1 - 28-11-2018

Updated

  1. #137: missing contributors.rst file

0.3.4 - 18-11-2018

Added

  1. global variables to store the target and template file names in the jinja2 engine

  2. moban-handlebars is tested to work well with this version and above

Updated

  1. Template engine interface has been clarified and documented

0.3.3 - 05-11-2018

Added

  1. alternative and expanded syntax for requires, so as to accomendate github submodule recursive

0.3.2 - 04-11-2018

Added

  1. configuration dirs may be located by requires, i.e. configuration files may be in a python package or git repository.

0.3.1 - 02-11-2018

Added

  1. #97: requires will clone a repo if given. Note: only github, gitlab, bitbucket for now

0.3.0 - 27-18-2018

Added

  1. #89: Install pypi-hosted mobans through requires syntax

Updated

  1. #96: Fix for FileNotFoundError for plugins

  2. various documentation updates

Removed

  1. #88: removed python 2.6 support

  2. removed python 3.3 support

0.2.4 - 14-07-2018

Added

  1. #32: option 1 copy a directory without its subdirectories.

  2. #30: command line template option is ignore when a moban file is present

0.2.3 - 10-07-2018

Added

  1. #76: running moban as a module from python command

  2. #32: copy a directory recusively

  3. #33: template all files in a directory

0.2.2 - 16-06-2018

Added

  1. #31: create directory if missing during copying

Updated

  1. #28: if a template has been copied once before, it is skipped in the next moban call

0.2.1 - 13-06-2018

Updated

  1. templates using the same template engine will be templated as a group

  2. update lml dependency to 0.0.3

0.2.0 - 11-06-2018

Added

  1. #18: file exists test

  2. #23: custom jinja plugins

  3. #26: repr filter

  4. #47: allow the expansion of template engine

  5. #58: allow template type per template

Updated

  1. #34: fix plural message if single file is processed

0.1.4 - 29-May-2018

Updated

  1. #21: targets become optional

  2. #19: transfer symlink’s target file’s file permission under unix/linux systems

  3. #16: introduce copy key word in mobanfile

0.1.3 - 12-Mar-2018

Updated

  1. handle unicode on python 2

0.1.2 - 10-Jan-2018

Added

  1. #13: strip off new lines in the templated file

0.1.1 - 08-Jan-2018

Added

  1. the ability to present a long text as multi-line paragraph with a custom upper limit

  2. speical filter expand github references: pull request and issues

  3. #15: fix templating syntax to enable python 2.6

0.1.0 - 19-Dec-2017

Added

  1. #14, provide shell exit code

0.0.9 - 24-Nov-2017

Added

  1. #11, recognize .moban.yaml as well as .moban.yml.

  2. #9, preserve file permissions of the source template.

  3. -m option is added to allow you to specify a custom moban file. kinda related to issue 11.

Updated

  1. use explicit version name: moban_file_spec_version so that version can be used by users. #10 Please note: moban_file_spec_version is reserved for future file spec upgrade. For now, all files are assumed to be ‘1.0’. When there comes a new version i.e. 2.0, new moban file based on 2.0 will have to include ‘moban_file_spec_version: 2.0’

0.0.8 - 18-Nov-2017

Added

  1. #8, verify the existence of custom template and configuration directories. default .moban.td, .moban.cd are ignored if they do not exist.

Updated

  1. Colorize error messages and processing messages. crayons become a dependency.

0.0.7 - 19-Jul-2017

Added

  1. Bring the visibility of environment variable into jinja2 templating process: #7

0.0.6 - 16-Jun-2017

Added

  1. added ‘-f’ flag to force moban to template all files despite of .moban.hashes

Updated

  1. moban will not template target file in the situation where the changes occured in target file than in the source: the template file + the data configuration after moban has been applied. This new release will remove the change during mobanization process.

0.0.5 - 17-Mar-2017

Added

  1. Create a default hash store when processing a moban file. It will save unnecessary file write to the disc if the rendered content is not changed.

  2. Added summary reports

0.0.4 - 11-May-2016

Updated

  1. Bug fix #5, should detect duplicated targets in .moban.yml file.

0.0.3 - 09-May-2016

Updated

  1. Bug fix #4, keep trailing new lines

0.0.2 - 27-Apr-2016

Updated

  1. Bug fix #1, failed to save utf-8 characters

0.0.1 - 23-Mar-2016

Added

  1. Initial release

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