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dept

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Dependencies templates management CLI to install your fixed NPM or Yarn dependencies and cofing files to your project.

Usage

$ dept -h
Usage: dept <command> [options]
 
Commands:
  dept list                    Show all templates                  [aliases: ls]
  dept show [templateName]     Show a template in details           [aliases: s]
  dept default [templateName]  Use a template by default           [aliases: df]
  dept install [templateName]  Install dependencies and config files from a
                               template                             [aliases: i]
  dept add [templateName]      Add a template with '--data' or '--file'
                               options                              [aliases: a]
  dept remove [templateName]   Remove a template                    [aliases: r]
  dept rename [templateName]   Rename a template name
  [newTemplateName]                                                [aliases: mv]
  dept view [templateName]     View a filed in a template
  [viewStatement]                                                   [aliases: v]
  dept update [templateName]   Update a field in a template
  [updateStatement]                                                 [aliases: u]
  dept export [templateName]   Export a JSON template file          [aliases: e]
  dept listenv                 Show all package managers          [aliases: env]
  dept useenv [environment]    Use a package manager              [aliases: use]
  dept json2yaml               Convert a JSON format to a YAML
                               format with '--data' or '--file'
                               options                             [aliases: jy]
  dept yaml2json               Convert a YAML format to a JSON
                               format with '--data' or '--file'
                               options                             [aliases: yj]
 
Options:
  --version, -v  Show version                                          [boolean]
  --data, -d     Specify a JSON or YAML data string with 'add',
                 'json2yaml' or 'yaml2json'                             [string]
  --file, -f     Specify a JSON or YAML file with 'add''json2yaml'
                 or 'yaml2json'                                         [string]
  --filename, -n  Specify a filename of a JSON or YAML file with 'export',
                  'json2yaml' or 'yaml2json'                            [string]
  --out-dir, -o   Specify an output directory path to export a JSON or YAML
                  file with 'export''json2yaml' or 'yaml2json'        [string]
  --help, -h     Show help                                             [boolean]

Template JSON/YAML format

You can define the following properties.

  • dependencies: NPM package dependencies
  • devDependencies: NPM package devDependencies
  • files: Config files like .eslintrc, .travis.yml and so on. If file extension is 'yaml' or 'yml', it is exported as a YAML file.

JSON example:

{
  "dependencies": {
    "module-name-A": "1.0.0"
  },
  "devDependencies": {
    "module-name-B": "*",
    "module-name-C": "^2.1.1"
  },
  "files": {
    "file-name-A.json": {
      "any-prop-1": [
        "any-element-1",
        "any-element-2",
        "any-element-3"
      ],
      "any-prop-2": {
        "any-value-1": 123,
        "any-value-2": true,
        "any-value-3": "something"
      },
      "any-prop-3": "anything"
    },
    "file-name-B.txt": "Hello World",
    "file-name-C.yml": {
      "any-value": "any-value",
      "any-list": [
        "any-element-1",
        "any-element-2"
      ]
    }
  }
}

YAML example:

dependencies:
  module-name-A: 1.0.0
devDependencies:
  module-name-B: '*'
  module-name-C: ^2.1.1
files:
  file-name-A.json:
    any-prop-1:
      - any-element-1
      - any-element-2
      - any-element-3
    any-prop-2:
      any-value-1: 123
      any-value-2: true
      any-value-3: something
    any-prop-3: anything
  file-name-B.txt: Hello World
  file-name-C.yml:
    any-value: any-value
    any-list:
      - any-element-1
      - any-element-2

Real world's templates' examples are HERE.

Use cases

Install your fixed template to your existing project

You can add your fixed template with dept add then install the template to your existing project with dept install. And you can set a default template with dept default.

$ dept add react-eslint-prettier -f ./template.json
$ dept default react-eslint-prettier
$ dept list
* react-eslint-prettier
  express-typescript
  vue-nuxt
cd your-app # Already NPM installed 
$ dept install

Install your fixed template in your new project

It initializes your new project automatically if package.json doesn't exist.

$ dept list
* react-eslint-prettier
  express-typescript
  vue-nuxt
$ mkdir your-new-app
cd your-new-app # NOT NPM installed 
$ dept install

Install your fixed template in your new project with Yarn

You can also use yarn instead of npm after you change a package manager with env and use.

$ dept env
* npm
  yarn
$ dept use yarn
$ dept env
  npm
* yarn
$ dept list
* react-eslint-prettier
  express-typescript
  vue-nuxt
$ mkdir your-new-app
cd your-new-app # NOT Yarn installed 
$ dept install

Specify a template from your fixed templates

Of course, you can specify a template you'd like to use in your project after dept install.

$ dept list
* react-eslint-prettier
  express-typescript
  vue-nuxt
cd your-app
$ dept install express-typescript

View a field in a template

You can view a field in a template with dept view.

$ dept list
* react-eslint-prettier
  express-typescript
  vue-nuxt
$ dept view express-typescript "dependencies"
{
        "express""^4.16.0",
        "mongoose""*"
}
$ dept view express-typescript "dependencies.express"
"^4.16.0"

Update a field in a template

You can update a field in a template with dept update. Either dependencies, devDependencies or files is updatable.

$ dept list
* react-eslint-prettier
  express-typescript
  vue-nuxt
$ dept update express-typescript "dependencies={\"express\":\"^4.16.4\"\"mongoose\":\">=5.3.10\"}"

Export a template file as JSON format

You can export a JSON template file with dept export to share it.

$ dept list
* react-eslint-prettier
  express-typescript
  vue-nuxt
$ dept export react-eslint-prettier --filename fixed-react-eslint-prettier.json --out-dir ./fixed-templates-dir

Helper commands

Convert a JSON file to a YAML file

You can convet a JSON file to a YAML file with dept json2yaml.

$ dept json2yaml --file ./data.json --filename your-data.yml --out-dir ./converted-dir
$ ls ./converted-dir/
your-data.yml
$ dept jy -f ./data.json # Short expression 
$ ls ./
data.yml

Convert a YAML file to a JSON file

You can convet a YAML file to a JSON file with dept yaml2json.

$ dept yaml2json --file ./data.yml --filename your-data.json --out-dir ./converted-dir
$ ls ./converted-dir/
your-data.json
$ dept yj -f ./data.yml # Short expression 
$ ls ./
data.json

install

npm i dept

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0.1.4

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