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                  H T Z - F R O N T E N D  C L I
    
    

    @haaretz/htz-frontend-cli

    yarn workspaces autocompletion for htz-frontend

    This package provides a simple cli for easing the pains of working in a monorepo managed by Yarn Workspace. Its basic philosopy is to minimize typing to a minimum while maintaining clarity, as well as providing helpful suggestions through tab-completions. It is tested to work with bash, zsh and fish.

    Installation

    Install the package globally with npm:

    npm install --global @haaretz/htz-frontend-cli`
    

    or Yarn:

    yarn global add @haaretz/htz-frontend-cli`
    

    Setup

    Once installed, a global htz command will be available in your path.

    To configure your htz-frontend project directory and install shell completions, run htz --setup, which will open a short wizard that will guide you through the process.

    If, for any reason, you would like to edit your config at any point in the future, the recommended way to do so is simply by running htz --setup again. Alternatively, you can manually edit $HOME/.config/htz/.htzrc.js.

    Usage

    Once set up you can run htz from anywhere on your system, and it will carry execute commands in the project. If you hit tab, it will also try and make helpful completion suggestions based your input.

    See demo here:

    asciicast

    Global Repository Actions

    When the first argument to htz is one of add, remove or run, the action in the following arguments will be executed in each and every package in the repository.

    For instance, htz remove lodash will remove the lodash dependency from every package in the repository where it is installed. Similarly, add will install packages, and run will run a task defined in scripts property of the individual packages' package.json.

    Package Specific Actions

    When the first argument is a package name (sans the @haaretz/ scope prefix), the action in the following arguments will be executed in that individual package.

    Package names are suggested as tab completion candidates, so htz htz-c-> will suggest htz-components, htz-css-tools and every other package that starts with htz-c as completion candidates.

    In turn, once a packages is chosen, the tasks specified in the scripts property of its package.json will be offered as completion candidates. E.g., htz htz-theme sty-> will suggest styleguide and styleguide:theme as completion candidates.

    add and remove are also suggested, and remove is followed by all installed dependencies (dev, peer, and otherwise) as completion candidates. E.g., htz htz-theme remove lo-> will suggest lodash as completion candidates.

    Non Default Directory

    As mentioned above, by default, actions are executed in the configured project directory, however, it may sometimes be expedient to have two distinct project directories on the same system, for instance when using git's work-tree feature.

    For that purpose, when the first argument to htz is cwd, actions will be executed in the current working directory instead of the preconfigured project directory.

    For example,

    ~/second-copy-of-htz-frontend$ htz cwd htz-c->

    will suggest packages from that directory starting with htz-c and run the chosen actions locally inside it. All other aspects of htz remain unchanged.

    Install

    npm i @haaretz/htz-frontend-cli

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    Version

    1.0.4

    License

    MIT

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    • eranm6
    • maozzadok
    • haaretz-owner
    • txhawks
    • tbanin