Tool for fit string to a fixed number of cols.
CLI for making a text to fit in a max number of columns. It is possible to especify the max number of columns as well as to juntify it.
It is possible to write output to a file and to pipe a text for the script’s standard input.
Preparing for Development
- Ensure pip and pipenv are installed.
- Clone repository: https://github.com/thiagolcmelo/desafio-idwall
- Fetch development dependencies: make install
The input might be a filename:
$ shrincols filename.txt -c 80
or a string:
$ shrincols "some text goes here ..." -c 80
The option -j forces the text to be justified:
$ shrincols filename.txt -c 80 -j
Altough the result will always be printed on the standard output, the option -o might be used for writing the result to a file.
$ shrincols filename.txt -c 40 -o output.txt
It is also possible to pipe standard output into the script’s standard input:
$ cat filename.txt | shrincols -c 40
Run tests locally using make if virtualenv is active:
If virtualenv isn’t active then use
$ pipenv run make
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