Dog is a command line application that executes automated tasks.
List all tasks in current project
Execute a task
Execute a task, printing elapsed time and exit status
dog -i taskname
What is a Dogfile?
Dogfile is a specification that uses YAML to describe the tasks related to a project. We think that the specification will be finished (no further breaking changes) by the v1.0.0 version of Dog.
If you are using macOS you can install Dog using brew:
brew tap dogtools/dog brew install dog
If you have your golang environment set up, you can use:
go get -u github.com/dogtools/dog
Tools that use the Dogfile Specification are called dogtools. Dog is the first dogtool but there are other things that can be implemented in the future: web and desktop UIs, chat bot interfaces, plugins for text editors and IDEs, tools to export Dogfiles to other formats, HTTP API interfaces, even implementations of the cli in other languages!
The root directory of this repository contains the dog package that can be used to create dogtools in Go.
examples/ directory to see how it works.