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thimble

A scaffolding tool that grows with you

thimble

A scaffolding tool that grows with you

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  • Add the remaining commands
    • USAGE (with markdown-cli support)
    • PROMPT (with markdown-cli support)
    • CONFIRM (with markdown-cli support)
    • MERGETOOL
    • RENAME
    • PASSWORD
    • WARN
    • INFO
    • TEMPLATE
    • MAP
  • Clean-up the prompt (PROMPT, CONFIRM)
  • treeify before and after filesystem states
  • Setup the thimble-run and examples
  • thimble-setup(1) & thimble.state support
  • Support plan and better logging
  • Support defaults in PROMPT params
  • Support formatted commands
  • Support thimble.yml file
  • thimble-get(1) support
  • thimble-list(1) support
  • thimble-setup(1) with remote support & run support
  • thimble-reveal(1)
  • TRANSFER => ADD
  • Fix command tests
  • Cleanup NPM dependencies
  • Better logging for commands like RUN

Later

  • Split out commands into thimble-kit
  • thimble-show(1)
  1. Ask a few questions:
- What would you like to name this module?
- What does this module do?
- Is this a private module?
- What's your email?
- What's your name?
  1. Write a bunch of files:
TRANSFER('./module', '.', answers)
  1. npm install
RUN('npm', 'install')
  1. Tell users how to get started:
USAGE
  This is how to use this module in a nice way
  1. Write package.json
  2. Run npm install
  3. Tell users how to use this
  1. Take a look at the names in your src/ directory
TEMPLATE test/\*.js mocha/test.js => TEMPLATE('test/*.js', 'mocha/test.js')
  1. Write all those files to test/{file.name}.js with a template
  2. Write to package.json & mocha.opts
  3. Run npm install
  4. Tell the user how to use this
  1. Prompt to fill in CircleCI token
  2. Prompt to fill in environment variables
  3. Enable the project in CircleCI
POST https://circleci.com/api/create { test: $test }
POST()
  1. Write circle.yml script
  2. Write run scripts to package.json
  3. Add badge to Readme.md
  4. Tell users how to use it
  1. Fill in any environment variables and tokens
  2. Enable coveralls via the API
  3. Update one of the CIs to include the build
  4. Add badge to Readme.md
  5. Tell users how to do it
  1. Figure out what the repository is
  2. Run greenkeeper login
  3. Run greenkeeper enable
  4. Tell users how to use it
  1. Ask for the domain
  2. Write to package.json
  3. Write CNAME file
  4. Run surge
  5. Tell users how to use it

MIT