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|0.6.0||Mar 29, 2022|
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|0.1.0||Oct 24, 2021|
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DIPSE (Directory Independent Project Script Executor)
dipse <cmd1> <cmd2> <cmd3> ...
Use your same "aliases" for all your projects
cargo install dipse
Clone the repository:
git clone https://github.com/DevHyperCoder/dipse.git
Change Directory into dipse:
Run the code:
cargo run -- <your options>
Build the code:
cargo build --release
cargo install --path .
Eventually, dipse will be available on the AUR
- Simple to use TOML config file
- Works if you are inside a child directory
- Global config file
- Specify multiple commands at once to execute.
- Add paramaters to aliases (See example below)
-f: Specify which config file to use
-d: Debug flag. Print out the command to execute
-n: Do not execute the command. Use in combination with
add: Add a new alias
update: Update a alias
delete: Delete a alias
list: Lists all the aliases for current dir. Optionally specify a name to see the command of that alias
edit: Edit the config file for current dir. If
-fis provided, it will edit that instead. Uses your
$EDITORvariable, please set it before you run this command
Each project can have its own
["/rust/project"] f = "cargo fmt" r = "cargo run" b = "cargo build" ["/node/project"] f = "npm run format" r = "npm run dev" b = "npm run build"
See how in the above example, the aliases work for both
/node/project. Path can also be relative.
NOTE: Each path and command needs to be inside ""
dipse will traverse up the directory structure to find a
.d.toml file. If none is found, it will create a config file in
# Add dipse add "alias name" "command to execute" # List specific dipse list "alias name" # List all dipse list dipse update "alias name" "command to execute" dipse delete "alias name"
Running multiple commands
You can execute multiple aliases at once like this:
dipse alias1 alias2 alias3 alias4
Each alias will be executed after the previous one is finished.
Arguments / Parameters
Seperate the arguments from the alias name like this:
dipse alias_name -- --option-you-want "param1"
In case you wish to run multiple aliases at the same time,
dipse will apply the arguments to the last alias only.
dipse alias1 alias2 -- "a" In this case,
"a" is passed only to
alias1 is executed without any changes.
Pull Requests and Issues are accepted.
dipse is licensed under the GNU General Public License 3. Our copy of
GPL-3 can be found here