Some utils useful to work on an EPITECH project
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Some utils useful to work on an EPITECH project

FINAL TOOLS

  • CMake - Create a Makefile for C programming
  • CPPMake - Create a Makefile for C++ programming
  • mr_clean - Remove Emacs temporary files - *~ and *.o
  • prepare_my_repo - Create a new repository with rights set
  • archive - Create an archive of a file/directory

Getting Started

Prerequisites

These script are made to be used on Bash with Blih installed on.

To install Blih (and most of EPITECH configurations and composants), check this.

Installation

To install this directory, first open a terminal, then:

  • Clone this repository:
git clone git@github.com:TiphaineLAURENT/.bin.git

Manually

  • Make it accessible to your environnement by adding his path to your PATH:
echo -e "export PATH=\$PATH":~/.bin"" >> ~/.bashrc
  • Then enter bash again
bash

Automatically

  • Use the install script provided:
bash install.sh

USAGE

CMake

Create a Makefile designed for C programming.

CMake

CPPMake

Create a Makefile designed for C++ programming.

CPPMake

mr_clean

Hide files deleted.

mr_clean -h

See files which need deletion without deleting them.

mr_clean -k

Do basically nothing but still work.

mr_clean -h -k

prepare_my_repo

Create myrepo repository and set right for reading and writing to myfriend_1 and my_friend_2.

prepare_my_repo myrepo myfriend_1 my_friend_2

archive

Create an archive of the desired file/directory. This do not check if an archive of the same name already exist.

archive mydir/myfile

Authors

  • Tiphaine LAURENT - All my work at Github

See also the list of contributors who participated in this project.