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gig

A command line tool to rapily scaffold projects using the power of YAML

Usage

$ gig <SCAFFOLD.YML FILE> [Project name]

        --git-init, -g, -i ~   Initalize git repository

The YAML file structure follows the following convention:

folder:
        file.ext: "The contents of the file"
        README.md: "
        # Strings can be more than one line
        ## So many lines!
        "

And there can be multiple root nodes

folder:
        file.ext: "The contents of the file"
        README.md: "
        # Strings can be more than one line
        ## So many lines!
        "
folder:
        file.ext: "The contents of the file"
        README.md: "
        # Strings can be more than one line
        ## So many lines!
        "

Important note(s)

The project name param also adheres to directory conventions and gig ./egg.yml egg creates executes the scaffold in the egg directory so gig ./egg.yml . creates executes the scaffold in the current directory so if you use the --git-init flag it will initilize the repo in that place.

Dependencies

~12MB
~294K SLoC