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README.md

Prolific

A little tool for authoring many tracker stories.

Prolific converts files that look like:

As a user I can toast a bagel

When I insert a bagel into toaster and press the on button, I should get a toasted bagel

L: mvp, toasting

---

As a user I can set the desired color of my bagel

I should be able to manipulate a dial and choose one of:

- light
- medium
- dark

Pressing the on button gives me toast of the appropriate color.

L: mvp, toasting

---

As a user I can clean my bagel toaster

I should be able to pull out a tray and clean up the crumbs.

L: mvp, clean-up

---

[BUG] Every third time I use it, the toaster jams

L: mvp

---

[CHORE] Reticulate the Toaster's turboencabulator

A metabolic endocrinide that the developrs will likely need to photoencapsulate.

- [ ] Re-enfarbulate the mitilandrinide
- [ ] Masticulate the retracto-mandible
- [ ] Effervesce all enteropolycarbides

---

[RELEASE] Toaster MVP is Ready

L: mvp

into CSV files ready for import into Tracker.

Installation

To install from source, make sure you have the Go toolchain installed, then: go install github.com/onsi/prolific

Or just download the OS X binary from the GitHub releases page.

Usage

prolific template

Will generate a template stories.prolific file

prolific path/to/stories.prolific

Will emit a CSV version of the passed in prolific file. You can use > to shovel this content into a file. For example:

prolific stories.prolific > stories.csv

STDIN

Prolific will also read content from standard input, which can be useful when combined with templates. For example:

erb stories.prolific.erb | prolific > stories.csv

Syntax

Stories are separated by \n---\n\n. Each story is a block made up of:

  • Title: The first line following the delimiter becomes the story title. The story title must be on a single line. The title is required.
  • Story Type (optional): The story title can be preceded by an optional [X] story type. Legal values are [FEATURE] (the default), [BUG], [CHORE], and [RELEASE].
  • Description (optional): Content immediately after the title is placed, verbatim, as the story's description.
  • Tasks (optional): Content prefaced with - [ ] or * [ ] are converted into tasks (similar Github-flavored-Markdown checklists).
  • Labels (optional): If the last line before \n---\n\n begins with L: Prolific will interpret the content following L: as comma-separated labels.

Import into Tracker

Use the Import CSV function to add the stories to your project with the csv file or output from prolific.

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The requester associated with the resulting stories will be the account used to import the csv file.

License

Prolific is MIT Licensed