Create python folders with __init__.py files automagically!
A command line utility to create python folders (folders with `__init__.py`) to quickly create Python packages without the burden of manually creating new folders and then an `__init__.py` file in it.
## Python Packages
Python treats folders with an `__init__.py` as packages which can be used to hold python code. Also, in the init file may contain initialization code for the package.
- However… after some time coding in Python, one realizes that creating folders and then creating
- a file name `__init__.py` becomes a burden!
But… worry no more! By using pymkdir, the old unix OS function `mkdir` will be improved to ALSO create automagically the `__init__.py` file! Yes, no more worries!
To create a local pyfolder, use the -f/–folder to create a pyfolder with the desired name:
`bash pymkdir -f <folder_name> `
To create a pyfolder at a given directory, use the -p/–path flag (defaults to `./`):
`bash pymkdir -f <folder_name> -p <path_name> `
And… just in case one becomes SO addicted to pymkdir (which is normal) and wants to start using it to create even normal folders (without the `__init__.py`), just use the -e/–empty flag!
`bash pymkdir -f <folder_name> -p <path_name> -e `
Then, just enjoy the nice output (hopefully one has an UTF-8 based terminal):
`bash _ . * . 📂 Pymkdir 📂 . * . _ Creating the folder name... Creating the __init__.py file... Done! `
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