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Project (gko)

☕️ Create node, rust, python or ruby project locally and on github (private or public)

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Project

Create npm, cargo, gem or pip project locally and on github or just cd into existing.

demo

After project init you will be prompted to create a github repo (private or public).

github

You can read more about it in the «Managing your projects» article.

Installation

You will need to install ~~hub~~ github cli (see this PR) in order to create project repository on github.

With antigen

In your .zshrc

antigen bundle gko/project

Manually

You need to clone repo:

git clone --recursive --depth 1 https://github.com/gko/project

then add it to .bashrc or .zshrc:

source ./project/project.sh

Usage

Usage: project [options]
Example:
  project -p test
Options:
  -h, --help      help
  -p, --private   create private github repository
  -f, --folder    your projects folder(defaults to ~/projects)
  -n, --no-init   avoid initializing package

then to create public repo:

project test

create private repo:

project -p test

If the project exist you will just cd into its folder.

If no name is given you will just cd to projects folder.

If you type project - then you'll jump to previous project folder.

Autocomplete

Supports zsh-autocomplete. On Tab will show the list of available projects.

You can also alias it (in ~/.zshrc or ~/.bashrc):

alias p='project'

to get:

p test-project

Projects path

You can specify projects path by either -f key or $PROJECTS_HOME variable:

project -f /projects_path

or

export PROJECTS_HOME=/projects_path

Otherwise default path is ~/projects

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License

MIT

Copyright (c) 2012-2019 Konstantin Gorodinskiy