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prismic-cli

Command line tool to bootstrap Prismic projects.

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Usage

$ npm install -g prismic-cli
$ prismic COMMAND
running command...
$ prismic (-v|--version|version)
prismic-cli/4.2.3 darwin-x64 node-v18.0.0
$ prismic --help [COMMAND]
USAGE
  $ prismic COMMAND
...

Commands

prismic help [COMMAND]

display help for prismic

USAGE
  $ prismic help [COMMAND]

ARGUMENTS
  COMMAND  command to show help for

OPTIONS
  --all  see all commands in CLI

See code: @oclif/plugin-help

prismic list

List all the available project template generators.

USAGE
  $ prismic list

OPTIONS
  -h, --help  show CLI help

See code: src/commands/list.ts

prismic login

Log in to Prismic.

USAGE
  $ prismic login

OPTIONS
  -h, --help   show CLI help
  --port=port  [default: 5555] Port to start the local login server.

See code: src/commands/login.ts

prismic logout

Log out of Prismic.

USAGE
  $ prismic logout

OPTIONS
  -h, --help  show CLI help

See code: src/commands/logout.ts

prismic new

Create a project with a new Prismic repository.

USAGE
  $ prismic new

OPTIONS
  -d, --domain=domain      Name of the Prismic repository. For example: repo-name, becomes https://repo-name.prismic.io.
  -f, --folder=folder      Name of the project folder.
  -h, --help               show CLI help
  -t, --template=template  Prismic template for the project.
  --existing-repo          Connect to an existing Prismic repository.
  --force                  Overwrite local files.
  --skip-install           Prevent running install command after generating project.

See code: src/commands/new.ts

prismic signup

Create a Prismic account.

USAGE
  $ prismic signup

OPTIONS
  -h, --help   show CLI help
  --port=port  [default: 5555] Port to start the local login server.

See code: src/commands/signup.ts

prismic slicemachine

Slice Machine commands

USAGE
  $ prismic slicemachine

OPTIONS
  -d, --domain=domain    Prismic repo to create.
  -f, --folder=folder    Output directory.
  -h, --help             show CLI help
  --add-storybook        Add Storybook to a Slice Machine project.
  --bootstrap            Reconfigure a Slice Machine project.
  --create-slice         Add a Slice to a Slice Machine project.
  --develop              Run Slice Machine.
  --existing-repo        Connect to an existing Prismic repository when running --setup or --bootstrap
  --force                Overwrite local files.
  --framework=framework  framework to use, see list for options
  --library=library      Name of the Slice library.
  --list                 List local Slices.
  --setup                Setup Slice Machine in an already existing project.
  --skip-install         Prevent npm install from running.
  --sliceName=sliceName  Name of the Slice.

ALIASES
  $ prismic sm

See code: src/commands/slicemachine.ts

prismic theme [SOURCE]

Create a project from a ZIP file or a GitHub repository URL and a new Prismic repository.

USAGE
  $ prismic theme [SOURCE]

ARGUMENTS
  SOURCE  Path or URL to a ZIP file, or a GitHub repository for the theme.

OPTIONS
  -c, --conf=conf            [default: prismic-configuration.js] Path to Prismic configuration file.

  -d, --domain=domain        Name of the new Prismic repository. For example, repo-name becomes
                             https://repo-name.prismic.io.

  -f, --folder=folder        Name of the project folder.

  -h, --help                 show CLI help

  -t, --theme-url=theme-url  GitHub URL or path to the theme file.

  --customTypes=customTypes  [default: custom_types] Path to the Custom Types directory in the theme.

  --documents=documents      [default: documents] Path to the documents in the theme.

  --existing-repo            Connect to an existing Prismic repository.

  --force                    Overwrite local files.

  --skip-install             Prevent running install command after generating project.

See code: src/commands/theme.ts

prismic whoami

Shows the email of the current user.

USAGE
  $ prismic whoami

OPTIONS
  -h, --help  show CLI help

See code: src/commands/whoami.ts

Development

Running Locally

  • Clone this repository git clone https://github.com/prismic.io/prismic-cli
  • go to the root folder cd prismic-cli
  • install and/or link the dependencies with or yarn (uses workspaces)
  • Commands can be executed from the packages/prismic-cli/bin/run file i.e: ./bin/run --help

Testing

Run tests with npm test or yarn test The main testing libary used is @oclif/test the documentation on how to use the testing library can be found here https://github.com/oclif/fancy-test. Mocking/stubbing dependencies can be tricky due package versions for nested dependencies, and native modules being used else where.

Linting

eslint is automatically run after the test script, but it can also be invoked by running npm run posttest or yarn posttest, optionally with a --fix flag.

Deployment

lerna is used for managing versions and publishing. update versions with lerna version [semantic-version] --exact Publish with lerna publish [--dist-tag alpha]

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