A lightning-fast tool to quickly switch between repositories.
This tool is written as a basic introduction on writing CLIs in haskell, and a practical one at that. I'll be showing:
- Parsing command line arguments using
- Persisting data needed for tools using JSON using
- actually doing something useful using
To quickly download, install, and build, run
$ git clone https://github.com/bollu/teleport.git && cd teleport && cabal build && cabal install teleport
To use the
teleport wrapper you will need, run
$ echo source `pwd`/teleport.sh >> ~/.bashrc
~/.bashrc to the correct shell needed
Pull requests and bug reports welcome! This is my first haskell "tutorial", so there are quite possibly a lot of stupid mistakes
Copyright (c) 2015 Siddharth Bhat
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