Installation & Usage
yarn global add mf-cli
Call the command
mf and pass a single argument to it, the name and path of the file(s) you'd like create
mf ./src/components/Button.js ./src/actions/index.js
./src/components/Button.js created 👍./src/actions/index.js created 👍
One command line thing I need to do all the time is make a file. In Atom when you make a new file, it'll make a new directory if it doesn't exist. For example if you're in Atom and make
src/components/Button.js and the
components directory doesn't exist, it'll just create it by default.
But on the command line, to do this, you'd need to
mkdir src/components && touch components/Button.js to make that happen. It's a little thing, but when you do a little thing 20 or 30 times a day, it becomes annoying. It's even worse in Vim; and honestly it's one huge thing I feel is lacking in Vim.
What I'm attempting to do here is to make a little CLI utility to do something like