wasp generates and creates basic resources for a modern web app. Initializes a project with a manifest, package, and helps you tag versions effectively.
Named wasp from the idea that wasps invented paper long before the first human thought to put his thoughts down on a sheet of papyrus.
Helps to generate a web manifest for use in any modern web app. The goal being to make generating one easy, as a single command setup.
wasp init [-m --manifest]
Helps to generate a package.json for NPM or other tools that use this configuration. It creates a
package.json to the NPM spec.
wasp init [-p --package]
Not currently implemented. Come back in a few versions
wasp tag v1.0.5
To build for Debian:
First, update the
To Build, run:
debuild -us -uc
Testing without building
First, comment out
sys.path.append('/usr/lib/wasp/') in wasp, Details.py, and Utilities.py.
Then change the following in the three files (not all files have all three):
from Details import Details from Utilities import Utilities from Colors import Colors
from src.Details import Details from src.Utilities import Utilities from src.Colors import Colors
Please undo all these changes before making a commit or pull request.
Right now there's no format design pattern in use. The current goal is to get a functioning tool. I would like to follow a formally defined design pattern, but until I determine one, this is the current design.