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# Rabbit Command Line Hopper
Rabbit is a simple yaml based tool for command line actions. It will read a rabbit.yaml configuration file from the current directory and provide a list available commands.

## Installation
You will need to have Python and Pip [installed]( then run the following command in your cli.

$ pip install rabbit

## Usage
- Enter 'rabbit' or 'rab' in your command line
- Rabbit must be able to find a rabbit.yaml file in the current directory.
- 'rabbit --help' will display a list of all available rabbit commands

## Configuration
Rabbit will look for the closest rabbit.yaml file. This [yaml]( file must contain a commands property. The commands property is a list of all commands to be proxied by rabbit. Simple as that!

- hop: npm install
to: docker run -it --rm node npm install
description: Runs 'npm install' on the current directory
- hop: run node
to: echo "Run Node"
description: echos 'run node' to the command line

### Command
- A command's 'hop' property represents the rabbit command to be entered.
- A command's 'to' property defines the actual command to be run in terminal.
- All arguments provided after the rabbit 'hop' decleration will be appended to the proxied command.
- Commands that share a similar hop will be grouped for convinience.

### [Contributing](

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