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README.md

Guenther

Günther is a command line tool that helps you building Bolt extensions.

Installation

Install guenther as global composer package:

composer global require "guenther/guenther"

To use Günther by just running guenter, you will need to add the installation directory to your PATH in your ~/.bash_profile (or ~/.zshrc) like this:

export PATH=~/.composer/vendor/bin:$PATH

Features

Günther can:

  • bootstrap new extensions
  • create classes for service providers, listeners, controllers, etc…
  • show you quick descriptions and implementation snippets for several things

Usage

For all commands, except how: ones, it's required that you are in the root folder of your extension.

Bootstrap a New Extension:

cd extensions
mkdir -p local/yourname/extensionname
cd local/yourname/extensionname
guenther init yourname extensionname

Note: Local extensions (often used for testing) will not have their assets auto-copied to the web folder, see the how-to on the subject for more info.

Create Classes

guenther make:listener StorageEventListener

Supported types:

  • Controller
  • Field
  • Listener
  • Command (nut)
  • Provider

Built in Wiki

You can view descriptions and usage examples directly on the command line.

guenther how:listener

Supported types:

  • Controller
  • Field
  • Listener
  • Command (nut)
  • Provider

Validate an Extension

You can use the validate command to check if your extension is ready to be released. It will mostly check if all the meta data is on it's place, so you still have to check your extensions code and functionality on your own.

guenther validate

Force Command Execution

By default, this command will only run when it detects a local extension. However, you can force the execution with the --force or -f parameter.

guenther validate --force

Exit Codes

The validate command returns proper exit codes which makes it usable in a CI environment.

If all checks passed or even contain a few warnings, it will return with an exit code of 0. If there are any errors, it will return with an exit code of 1.

Save Result to a File

You can output all the checks + the result to a file of your choice.

Save as Text

To save the results table without the emojis to a file, use the following parameter:

guenther validate --output-text=/path/to/file.txt
Save as Json

To save a json string with all checks, their results and the final result, use the following parameter:

guenther validate --output-json=/path/to/file.json
Save as Yaml

To save a yaml string with all checks, their results and the final result, use the following parameter:

guenther validate --output-yml=/path/to/file.yml
All at Once

Of course, you can also use all three output options at once:

guenther validate --output-text=result.txt --output-json=result.json --output-yml=result.yml

Configuration

Guenther creates a .guenther.yml when you initialize a new extension. This file is used to define the sub folders and sub namespaces of the classes Günther can create.

The default .guenther.yml looks like this:

controllers:
    folder: Controller
    namespace: Controller
fields:
    folder: Field
    namespace: Field
    template:
        folder: fields
providers:
    folder: Provider
    namespace: Provider
commands:
    folder: Nut
    namespace: Nut
listeners:
    folder: Listener
    namespace: Listener

Note: Folders and namespaces are relative to the extension /src folder and root namespace.


License

This tool is open-sourced software licensed under the MIT license.

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