run-them-all

0.1.2 • Public • Published

run-them-all

IMPORTANT! THIS PACKAGE IS IN THE EXPERIMENTAL STAGES.

Allows you to save the series of commands to a configuration and run them all easily.

Installation

My intention for this package was to install it globally. The advantage of the global installation is that it can be run anywhere.

Using npm npm install -g run-them-all.

Getting started

Create a configuration file with the name config.json.

Add the following content to it:

{
  "COMMAND_ONE": "echo one && echo two && echo three",
  "COMMAND_TWO": "echo four && echo five && echo six"
}
  1. Install the package globally npm install -g run-them-all.
  2. Create a configuration file.
  3. Set the configuration: run-them-all config --set config.json.
  4. Verify that the configuration is set: run-them-all config --read.
  5. Run the commands: run-them-all run COMMAND_ONE COMMAND_TWO.

You should see the two command prompts opened.

One should have the following output:

one
two
three

The other should have the following output:

four
five
six

Command line usage

run-them-all

Available commands

    run-them-all run <commands...>              Runs the commands.
    run-them-all config --read                  Reads the configuration and prints
                                                it to the console.
    run-them-all config --set <fileName>        Reads the content of your configuration
                                                file and saves it.

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npm i run-them-all

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