The easiest & recommended way to use it is with npx:
If you must, you could also install it globally (but really: don't)
npm install -g @thedavefulton/create-node-cli
It will prompt you for the name of your project, your name (for use in the
package.json author) and whether you'd like to initialize a git repository.
You can also pass a number of flags when running the command:
Usage: create-node-cli [options] -p, --project name of the project -a, --author name of the author -g, --git initialize a git repository
NOTE: The program will try to load the user name from your git config. If found it will offer it as the default name.
I'm happy to hear anyone's thoughts on how this could be made easier to use. If you have thoughts on simplifying the install or a way to make it easier to get started hacking please open an Issue or Pull request!