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v0.2.2

Warning: This software is pre SemVer v1.0.0, use accordingly.

Features

  • (8) built in tools for getting agile
  • Pluggable tool engine allows for easy creation of new tools
  • Written in CoffeeScript
  • Cross platform
  • Built in Node.js
  • Works on the command line or via node's module system

Installation

[sudo] npm install xp

Usage

xp [tool] [options]

Getting Help

xp
xp -help
xp --help

Warning: Violations of the Unix Philosophy ahead

You might notice that a lot of xp's "tools" already exist in some form or another as *nix programs or combination of *nix programs. *nix has battle hardened programs which have been heavily used, tested, optimized, and are generally of very high quality. xp doesn't aim to replace these any of these. xp is a convenience library aimed towards non-expert users. xp uses CoffeeScript and node, which makes it fun to use. If you already know how to perform these actions via vanilla *nix tools, I encourage you to continue to do so.

If anyone is willing to write concise documentation for executing the functionality of xp's tools using only pre-existing *nix commands, I would be very glad to add that information to this document.

Tools

base64

base64 encoding tool

usage:

xp base64 string

flags:

  -d, decodes string

imgur

quick image sharing through imgur.com

usage:

xp imgur /path/to/image.png

ip

determines public ip address of current machine

usage:

xp ip

loc

determines the amount of lines of code in files

usage:

xp loc .
xp loc /path/to/file.txt
xp loc /path/to/dir/
xp loc /path/to/dir/*.txt

pair

manages pair programming teams for Git

usage:

xp pair

flags:

  -l, lists current team members
  -a shorttag name, adds a member to your team
  -d shortag, deletes a member from your team

examples:

resets current team back to default git user

xp pair

list current team members

xp pair -l

adds Marak Squires as "ms"

xp pair -a ms Marak Squires

adds Charlie Robbins as "cr"

xp pair -a cr Charlie Robbins

pair up for commits

xp pair ms cr

delete Marak Squires from team

xp pair -d mr

tabs

converts tabs to spaces and spaces to tabs

usage:

xp tabs .
xp tabs /path/to/file.txt
xp tabs /path/to/dir/
xp tabs /path/to/dir/*.txt

url

url encoding / decoding tool

usage:

xp url string

flags:

  -d, decodes string

web

spawns a static web server from directory paths

usage:

xp web
xp web ./path/to/webroot
xp web -p 8081

flags:

  -p, port

ws

removes excess whitespace from files

usage:

xp ws .
xp ws /path/to/file.txt
xp ws /path/to/dir/
xp ws /path/to/dir/*.txt

Credits

Original concept and idea by Marak and Feisty Studios

imgur code from Jacob Chapel, @Chapel

ws code by Fedor Induty @donnerjack13589

pair code from Nicholas Kinsey @pyrotechnick

node-static web server by Alexis Sellier @cloudhead

configurations with nConf by Charlie Robbins @indexzero

Coffeescript by Jeremy Ashkenas @jashkenas

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