Use Runfiles in your projects.
Run commands for your repo, easily.
runcli allows you to define a Runfile at the root of your repository, and then call that file from anywhere in your repo as a script using the command run. The rest is up to you!
See the github repo for the source code.
Install runcli with pip:
pip install runcli
Currently only linux is tested, but it should also work on Mac.
To use run, first write a Runfile in the root of some repository. The Runfile is just a script, and can be any script you like, for example:
#! /bin/bash echo $1
Then, from anywhere in your repository call the Runfile script using the run command:
> run "hello, world!" hello, world!
That’s all there is to it.
Pull requests are welcome. All contributions should happen on the github repo.
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