just spent last 20 minutes looking over Oclif. Looks pretty cool! What have you built with it?
A tool to transform vue I18N json files (which old multiple languages) to per language files and then upload them to Lokalise.
And the reverse, download translations from Lokalise, re-pack them to vue I18N files and putting them in place.
Used Oclif since we plan on having other commands unrelated to the above and it gives you a lot of features and structure out-of-the-box.
Also looked into vorpal but its latest commit was too old so felt it could be abandoned. Vorpal has a cool feature of running in a sub-console.
Oclif being backed by Heroku gave us confidence in it not going dead soon.
That is awesome. Ya i'll have to get deeper in to it.
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