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README.md

Monolithe

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Monolithe is a Python toolset that can transform a set a specification to something else, like a sdk or a documentation.

It provides the monogen command that will transform the specification into the specified language.

The specifications are a set of files containing json data describing one object per file, its properties and their characteristics, and its position in the api hierarchy.

For more info, please read the [Monolithe Specifications Reference](doc/Specifications Reference.md).

In addition to the specifications, Monolithe uses a configuration that describes all the information relative to your sdk. For instance, you can set its name, the class prefix, some vanilla files, the license, and so on.

For more info, please read the [Monolithe Configuration & Vanilla Reference](doc/Configuration & Vanilla Reference.md).

Monolithe is not monolithic! While it provides three default transformers (Python, Go and HTML), you can create your own compatible language plugins.

For more info, please read the [Language Plugins Documentation](doc/Language Plugins.md).

This repository contains a full small example on how to use Monolithe, located in the examples folder.

For more info, please read the [ToDoList Tutorial](doc/ToDoList Tutorial.md).

Installation

And remember, kids! You should always be using a virtualenv.

Install Monolithe by running the following command:

pip install git+https://github.com/nuagenetworks/monolithe.git

Command Line Interfaces Quick Reference

monogen command will generate a sdk using specifications from a local folder. It also handles git repositories in case you want to generate an SDK from multiple branches of the same repository.

usage: monogen [-h] [-b [branches [branches ...]]] -f folder [-c config_path]
               [--vanilla-prefix VANILLA_PREFIX]
               [--generation-version GENERATION_VERSION] [-L LANGUAGE]

Generates a SDK according from a specification set

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -b [branches [branches ...]], --branches [branches [branches ...]]
                        The branches of the specifications to use to generate
                        the documentation (examples: "master 3.2")
  -f folder, --folder folder
                        Path of the specifications folder. If set, all other
                        attributes will be ignored
  -c config_path, --config config_path
                        Path the monolithe configuration file
  --vanilla-prefix VANILLA_PREFIX
                        Prefix added to all vanilla path declared in the
                        monolithe configuration file
  --generation-version GENERATION_VERSION
                        Overwrite the sdk version given in monolithe.conf
  -L LANGUAGE, --language LANGUAGE
                        Choose the output language of the SDK. Default is
                        python