A local boilerplate manager. Add folders as boilerplates and initialize projects from them using your terminal.
What exactly is Wilfred?
Wilfred is a simple boilerplate manager. Similar to yeoman, but works with local folders. Add an existing folder as boilerplate and you're ready to go, no internet required.
Node v4 or higher
npm install -g wilfred
For more information on how to use wilfred run
- Local folders
- Interactive and non-interactive mode1
.wilfredhookfor running commands after copy
- GitHub support
.wilfredignorefor files to ignore during copy (maybe?)
- Bash autocomplete
1: If you pass in the boilerplate name as argument it will run non-interactive. If you don't it will run in interactive mode.
- Stop using os.homedir() for backwards compatibility
- Fix issue where hook would run from parent directory when using wilfred to make project folder
- Fix issue where
-sdid not silence all output
- Add support for
.wilfredhookfile, which will run after copying
- Fix error when using wilfred without boilerplates added
-r / --removeoption to remove a boilerplate
- Fix being able to add boilerplates with the same name
- Fix issue where first boilerplate was not automatically selected in interactive mode
- Fix error when destination folder does not exist
-l / --listoption to get a list of all added boilerplates