What it is
In short, it copies files and directories (folders) instead of you.
Lets say you have a blueprint (WIP name for a collection of files and dirs) that you called
flask-boilerplate. You go to an empty directory for your new flask project and type this in the terminal:
$ blueprint flask-boilerplate
If this is what you put in your blueprint:
. ├── templates | └── example_template.html ├── static | ├── style.css | └── main.js └── start_server.py
Then that is exactly what you will get, added to your project.
How it works
Creating a new blueprint
$ blueprint new blueprint-name-here
Deleting an existing blueprint
$ blueprint delete blueprint-name-here
Listing all existing blueprint
$ blueprint list #output # Avaiable blueprints: # i │ name │ size # ───┼──────────┼─────── # 0 │ html-min │ 24K # 1 │ test1 │ 4K # 2 │ test2 │ 4K
Searching for blueprint names with regex
$ blueprint list regex-here #output # Avaiable blueprints: # i │ name │ size # ───┼─────────────────┼─────── # 0 │ regex-here1 │ 15M # 0 │ dont-regex-here │ 300G
Showing contents of a blueprint
$ blueprint showfiles blueprint-name-here #output # Showing file for blueprint: blueprint-name-here # F | file1.txt # F | file2.txt # D | some-directory
What I plan to do with this
This was a fun little side project, but I don't really have any plans for it. It works on Linux, which I'm using. I might make a version for Mac OS or Windows. I have uploaded it anywhere for download yet, but will do so later.
If you have any suggestions, I'd like to hear them.
Top comments (0)