CLI to turn TODOs to GitHub issues.
This command will scan the code base for 'TODO's and create an GitHub issue on your repo for each.
$ npm install -g taskly
In the root directory (where your .gitignore file lives)
$ taskly [directory]
If it is the first time you are executing this command, note that you will have to provide a GitHub access token (which only needs to be set once).
taskly without the directory will default to the below.
$ taskly .
You can also choose with subdirectories of your root to scan.
$ taskly ./lib/
$ taskly --helpUsage: taskly [options]Options:-h, --help output usage information-V, --version output the version number-i, --include include .gitignore files
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