@tiagonapoli/oclif-dev-cli
CLI for development tasks when using OCLIF
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oclif-dev-cli

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Development

Starting a development session is easy, just run yarn nodemon once all dependencies are installed. You can create an alias to the absolute path to ./bin/run so you can easily run the CLI in development to test. In Linux, if you use bash, you can add to the end of ~/.bashrc the following line:

alias YOUR_CLI_NAME-test="ABSOLUTE_PATH_TO_YOUR_CLI_FOLDER/bin/run"

After restarting the active terminals you'll be able to run YOUR_CLI_NAME-test and you'll be running the dev version of your CLI.

In MacOS you can add to the end of ~/.bash_profile (if you use bash) the same line presented above - maybe you'll have to restart the computer for the new alias to take effect.

Usage

$ npm install -g @tiagonapoli/oclif-dev-cli
$ oclif-dev COMMAND
running command...
$ oclif-dev (-v|--version|version)
@tiagonapoli/oclif-dev-cli/0.0.3 linux-x64 node-v12.13.0
$ oclif-dev --help [COMMAND]
USAGE
  $ oclif-dev COMMAND
...

Commands

oclif-dev changelog:get-tag

Outputs the content of a tag to stdout

USAGE
  $ oclif-dev changelog:get-tag

OPTIONS
  -p, --path=path  [default: ./CHANGELOG.md] path to changelog
  -t, --tag=tag    (required) desired tag

See code: src/commands/changelog/get-tag.ts

oclif-dev changelog:init

Initializes a changelog on the current directory

USAGE
  $ oclif-dev changelog:init

See code: src/commands/changelog/init.ts

oclif-dev help [COMMAND]

display help for oclif-dev

USAGE
  $ oclif-dev help [COMMAND]

ARGUMENTS
  COMMAND  command to show help for

OPTIONS
  --all  see all commands in CLI

See code: @oclif/plugin-help

oclif-dev manifest [PATH]

generates plugin manifest json

USAGE
  $ oclif-dev manifest [PATH]

ARGUMENTS
  PATH  [default: .] path to plugin

See code: src/commands/manifest.ts

oclif-dev pack

packages oclif cli into tarballs

USAGE
  $ oclif-dev pack

OPTIONS
  -r, --root=root        (required) [default: .] path to oclif CLI root
  -t, --targets=targets  comma-separated targets to pack (e.g.: linux-arm,win32-x64)
  --[no-]xz              also build xz

DESCRIPTION
  This can be used to create oclif CLIs that use the system node or that come preloaded with a node binary.

See code: src/commands/pack/index.ts

oclif-dev pack:deb

pack CLI into debian package

USAGE
  $ oclif-dev pack:deb

OPTIONS
  -r, --root=root  (required) [default: .] path to oclif CLI root

See code: src/commands/pack/deb.ts

oclif-dev pack:macos

pack CLI into MacOS .pkg

USAGE
  $ oclif-dev pack:macos

OPTIONS
  -r, --root=root  (required) [default: .] path to oclif CLI root

See code: src/commands/pack/macos.ts

oclif-dev pack:win

create windows installer from oclif CLI

USAGE
  $ oclif-dev pack:win

OPTIONS
  -r, --root=root  (required) [default: .] path to oclif CLI root

See code: src/commands/pack/win.ts

oclif-dev publish

publish an oclif CLI to S3

USAGE
  $ oclif-dev publish

OPTIONS
  -r, --root=root  (required) [default: .] path to oclif CLI root

DESCRIPTION
  "aws-sdk" will need to be installed as a devDependency to publish.

See code: src/commands/publish/index.ts

oclif-dev publish:deb

publish deb package built with pack:deb

USAGE
  $ oclif-dev publish:deb

OPTIONS
  -r, --root=root  (required) [default: .] path to oclif CLI root

See code: src/commands/publish/deb.ts

oclif-dev publish:macos

publish macos installers built with pack:macos

USAGE
  $ oclif-dev publish:macos

OPTIONS
  -r, --root=root  (required) [default: .] path to oclif CLI root

See code: src/commands/publish/macos.ts

oclif-dev publish:win

publish windows installers built with pack:win

USAGE
  $ oclif-dev publish:win

OPTIONS
  -r, --root=root  (required) [default: .] path to oclif CLI root

See code: src/commands/publish/win.ts

oclif-dev readme

adds commands to README.md in current directory

USAGE
  $ oclif-dev readme

OPTIONS
  --dir=dir   (required) [default: docs] output directory for multi docs
  --multi     create a different markdown page for each topic
  --spaceSep  output space separated commands on docs

DESCRIPTION
  The readme must have any of the following tags inside of it for it to be replaced or else it will do nothing:
  # Usage
  <!-- usage -->
  # Commands
  <!-- commands -->

  Customize the code URL prefix by setting oclif.repositoryPrefix in package.json.

See code: src/commands/readme.ts

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