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app runer

Runer - a simple project-scoped command hub and runner

1 unstable release

0.1.0 Apr 3, 2024

#11 in #command-runner

MIT license

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This CLI app allows you to add project-scoped commands for easy access.

To use this app, follow these steps:

  1. Install the app by running the following command:

    $ cargo install runer
  2. Navigate to your project directory:

    $ cd /path/to/your/project
  3. Add a project-scoped command:

    $ runer add <command> <script> <description>

    Replace <command> with the name of the command you want to add, <script> with the script or command you want to associate with it, and <description> with a brief description of the command.

  4. Run a project-scoped command:

    $ runer run <command>

    Replace <command> with the name of the command you added in step 4.

  5. List all project-scoped commands:

    $ runer list
  6. Remove a project-scoped command:

    $ runer remove <command>

    Replace <command> with the name of the command you want to remove.

That's it! Now you can easily access project-scoped commands using this CLI app.

Name origin

The name "runer" is derived from the combination of "runner" and "rune". "Runner" represents the idea of executing commands or scripts, while "rune" refers to the ancient symbols used in various cultures to convey meaning, power and preserve knowledge. By combining these concepts, the name "runer" represents the ability to execute project-scoped commands with a sense of purpose and significance.


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