Run multiple commands with variables determined by glob patterns.
$ npm install -g glob-env
Running multiple instances of a script, for all combinations of "arch" and "lang" dirs:
$ glob-env arch="resources/arch/*" lang="resources/lang/*" -- npm run build-resources --lang $lang --arch $arch
Will run "npm run build-resources" for every combination. If, for example, the structure of "resources" is as follows:
then the script will be run 4 times:
- arch=arch/x86 lang=resources/lang/en_US
- arch=arch/x86 lang=resources/lang/fr_FR
- arch=arch/ia64 lang=resources/lang/en_US
- arch=arch/ia64 lang=resources/lang/fr_FR
Using in pakcage.json
- --parallel-run: commands will be executed concurrently
- --sequential-run: commands will be executed one after the other (will take longer to complete, but require less resources)
- --dont-collate-output: by default, command output is buffered to memory and displayed sequentially even if commands are executed in parallel. You should use this flag if process output is large
- --dont-replace: don't replace $ variables in command line (env variables will still be set)
- --: end of command-line flags. If present, following arguments will be passed to the executed command as-is.
This utlity was greatly inspired by glob-run which is really awesome.
MIT © Oded Noam