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README.md

runstache.lua

A standalone template instantiation script for mustache templates in Lua.

Usage

./runstache.lua [<config filename>] [<template filename>] [<output filename>]

All arguments are optional, providing sensible defaults.

Values set in <config> can be overridden on the command line by specifying -e positional_value or -e key=value.

Config filename

The file config filename is executed as a Lua script and is expected to return a table that is used as the context of the template.

It may return a second value, which shall be a preprocessing function. This function is called with config as its argument and is expected to return a (modified) config. See below for examples.

Defaults to: Name of the script (arg[0]) with .lua replaced with .cfg.

Template filename

The template file to instantiate.

Defaults to: stdin

Output filename

Defaults to: stdout

Example

Config file (example.cfg)

return {
  example = {
    value = 1,
  },
},
function(config)
  config.additional = assert(config[1])
  return config
end

Template (example.yaml)

example:
  value: {{example.value}}
  additional: {{additional}}
  template: |
    {{>example.template}}

Nested template (example.template)

Template
With
{{additional}}
Value

Command line and output

The first line is the command that was run and not part of the output.

# ./runstache.lua example.cfg example.yaml -e "much more"
example:
  value: 1
  additional: much more
  template: |
    Template
    With
    much more
    Value

Advanced example

Config

local merge = require "std.table".merge

return {
  hosts = {
    orange = {
      ip = "10.0.0.1",
    },
    blue = {  
      ip = "10.0.0.2",
    },
  },
},
function(config)
  for hostname, host in pairs(config.hosts) do
    host.hostname = hostname
  end
  return merge(config, config.hosts[config.hostname])
end

Template

some-service:
  hostfile: {{hostname}}.cfg
  ip: {{ip}}

Command line and output

The first line is the command that was run and not part of the output.

# ./runstache.lua example.cfg example.yaml -e hostname=orange
some-service:
  hostfile: orange.cfg
  ip: 10.0.0.1

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