This CLI aims to help speed up your workflow, guidelines and code reusability by adding support for pasting template building blocks.
Since it's not related to any specific frameworks or languages it can be used everywhere and for anything with minimal setup and full control.
Install either inside your project
npm i pastry-cli or globally
npm i -g pastry-cli
- Create a
/pastriesdirectory in your project root.
- Populate the directory with template files/folders.
pastryinside your terminal while in the root directory of your project.
The cli will guide you through the rest of the steps.
You can replace any text including filenames with the name you provide when running pastry.
For example: running
pastry -n testFile would change the following:
When changing text inside a file you have more options:
export default PLACEHOLDER' ~>
export default testFile
export default UPPER_PLACEHOLDER' ~>
export default TESTFILE
export default LOWER_PLACEHOLDER' ~>
export default testfile
export default PASCAL_PLACEHOLDER' ~>
export default TestFile
With optional snippets you can predefine parts of code you might want to use in a file.
For example this will prompt you if you want to include the
// pastry-start logconsole// pastry-end log
Renaming existing files
pastry --rename you can rename existing files.
Currently, there is only support to rename together with the parent directory.
The name of the directory will be used as
PLACEHOLDER is used normally.
-n | --name define the new name
-p | --path define the new path to paste the pastry into (from current working directory)
-t | --template specify the name of the template you want to use
-h | --help lists available commands
-r | --rename renames existing pastry
Configuration can be done by creating a
.pastryconfig.json in the root directory for the project.