A CLI for managing python projects
PyMan is a small library that allows you to build your own CLI to manage your projects. This way you do not have to remember commands to run, you simply navigate your CLI to run those commands.
PyMan is available from the PyPi repository.
This means that all you have to do to install PyMan is run the following in a console:
$ pip install pyman Collecting pyman Using cached pyman-0.1.3-py2.py3-none-any.whl Installing collected packages: pyman Successfully installed pyman-0.1.3
import pyman pyman.Main("PyMan - Menu Example", [ pyman.Action.Cmd( "Hello World", "echo 'Testing PyMan'" ), pyman.Action.Exit() ]).cli()
================================================================ PyMan - Menu Example ================================================================ Main Menu -------------------- 1) Hello World 2) Exit -------------------- Choice:
How It Works
PyMan uses the idea of Pages and Actions. Each page is made up of a number of actions.
You start off by instanciating the ‘Main Menu’ class, providing the title you wish to display:
menu = pyman.Main("PyMan - Menu Example")
From here you add other Pages or Actions
menu.add([ pyman.Action.Exit() ])
pyman.Action.Exit is one of the in-built actions. Other inbuilt actions include:
And finally, you start the CLI with:
Source Code: GitHub
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