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Deno script runner

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Install/UpgradeOverviewUsageGetting startedContributing

DenoX screenshot example

Install/Upgrade

Prerequisites: Deno (>=1.0.0)

$ deno install -Af -n denox https://denopkg.com/BentoumiTech/denox/denox.ts

Overview

DenoX is a cross platform script runner and workspace wrapper for Deno

Using DenoX, you can set up your workspace scripts permissions and options in declarative code.

In short, it allows you to to replace this:

$ deno run --allow-read --allow-write --allow-net main.ts

with this:

$ denox run start
  • DRY Only write your permissions and options once.
  • Packaged Your code can run on a different machine with a short single command denox run start
  • Cross Platform DenoX support and is tested on Linux, Mac OS and Windows.
  • Extensible 🔜

Usage

$ denox --help
denox v0.4.0

Usage:
  $ denox <command> [options]

Commands:
  run <script> [...args]  Run a script

For more info, run any command with the `--help` flag:
  $ denox run --help

Options:
  -h, --help     Display this message
  -v, --version  Display version number

Examples:
denox run start

Getting Started

deno-workspace file

Scripts and options need to be defined in a deno-workspace file at the root of your project.

DenoX supports YAML, JSON and typescript as format for deno-workspace.

In the following examples running $ denox run start will execute main.ts file with example.com networking permissions

YAML

deno-workspace.yml

scripts:
  start:
    file: main.ts
    deno_options:
      allow-net: example.com

JSON

deno-workspace.json

{
  "scripts": {
    "start": {
      "file": "main.ts",
      "deno_options": {
        "allow-net": "example.com"
      }
    }
  }
}

Typescript

deno-workspace.ts

import { DenoWorkspace } from "https://denopkg.com/BentoumiTech/denox/src/interfaces.ts";

const workspace: DenoWorkspace = {
  "scripts": {
    "start": {
      "file": "main.ts",
      "deno_options": {
        "allow-net": "example.com"
      }
    },
  },
};

export { workspace };

Scripts

You can easily run scripts using denox by adding them to the "scripts" field in deno-workspace and run them with denox run <script-name>.

Example:

scripts:
  # "denox run start" will execute main.ts with example.com networking permissions
  start:
    file: main.ts
    deno_options:
      allow-net: example.com
  # "denox run develop" will execute main.ts with localhost networking permissions and source code cache reloaded
  develop:
    file: main.ts
    deno_options:
      allow-net: localhost
      reload: true
      v8-flags:
        - --regexp-tier-up
        - --adjust-os-scheduling-parameters true

Options

Scripts can be extended with options.

deno_options:

Deno options will add the corresponding deno argument with it's value to the deno command.

It supports string, array of strings and boolean.

Example:

scripts:
  # "denox run start" will execute "deno run --allow-net=example.com github.com --reload --allow-read=./files main.ts"
  start:
    file: main.ts
    deno_options:
      reload: true
      allow-net:
        - example.com
        - github.com
      allow-read: ./files
      allow-write: false

Compatibility

It currently support all the options that are accepted by the deno run command. For more informations refer to deno run --help.

allow-all, allow-env, allow-hrtime, allow-net, allow-plugin, allow-read, allow-run,
allow-write, cached-only, cert, config, importmap, inspect, inspect-brk, lock, lock-write,
log-level, no-remote, quiet, reload, seed, unstable, v8-flags

Globals

Options added in "globals" field gets added to all scripts.

Note: If a same option is set in a script and also set globally the script scoped value overwrite the global one

Example:

scripts:
  # "denox run develop" inherit the --allow-read permission from the globals deno_options
  # "deno run --all-read main.ts"
  develop:
    file: main.ts
globals:
  deno_options:
    allow-read: true

Contributing

Please take a look at our contributing guidelines if you're interested in helping!