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README.md

create-project

Create a new project based on a branch in a github repo. Supports basic format strings

npm install -g create-project
create-project # prints out a help

Usage

To use this first create a new repo to contain your project templates. An example of this could be mafintosh/templates

To create a new project simply do

create-project new-project-name mafintosh/templates

If files in your template repo contains format string ({{variable}}) you can override the value using a command line parameter with the same name (--variable [value])

Per default the variable name is set to the project name

Other Sources

Sometimes your templates dont live in github, so here are some alternate ways to retrieve them

create-project new-project-name --url=http://gitlab.internal.com/project-templates/npm-module/repository/archive.tar.gz?ref=master
create-project new-project-name --file=archive.tar.gz

Defaults

If you don't want to type the repo name everytime or want to store default format variables, use --configure

create-project --configure
Set repository: mafintosh/templates
Set key=value: (blank to skip) foo=bar

Then to create a new project just do

create-project new-project-name

License

MIT

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