Project Commands

Tom Ritchford edited this page Jun 15, 2017 · 1 revision

For more information about projects, see here.

There are two Project commands: run and clear_cache.


bibliopixel run <project file>

Runs a project found in a file. You can use

  • Files in to your current directory (e.g. bibliopixel run flashy.json)
  • Files relative to your current directory (e.g. bibliopixel run ../tricks/magic.json)
  • Absolute paths (e.g. bibliopixel run /home/stuff/black.json)
  • User-relative paths (e.g. bibliopixel run ~/my-lites.json)
  • Web paths (e.g. bibliopixel run https://github.com/ManiacalLabs/BiblioPixel/blob/dev/test/project.json)

bibliopixel clear_cache

Clears the gitty cache of Python projects downloaded from public git repositories. See BiblioPixel Paths for more information on gitty.

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