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Bake

Bake is a modular task running tool written on pure bash.

Usage

All you need is to create bake.sh into root of your project. Run bake bake:init command. It will create empty bake.sh file and bake_modules directory.

Example bakefile:

# bake.sh

# Initialize new node package
task:hello() {
    echo 'Hello'
}

task:say_hello() {
    echo 'Hello again'
}

Now you can run tasks:

bake hello # -> Hello
bake say-hello # -> Hello again

Modules

Modular system is inspired by node.js and golang it uses bake_modules directory and url based package naming. Module requires with command bake:module. Module file could contain tasks and custom functions or variables.

Install module:

bake -i "github.com/rumkin/test_module"
ls bake_modules/github.com/rumkin/test_module # -> module.sh

This command will install module into directory bake_modules/github.com/rumkin/test_module.

Example:

# bake_modules/github.com/rumkin/test_module/module.sh
rumkin:test_module:print() {
  echo "Hello world"
}

# bake.sh
bake:module "github.com/rumkin/test_module"

task:run() {
    rumkin:test_module:print # -> Hello world
}

Git modules

Git module could be started with "http://" or "https://" and one of popular repository "github.com" or "bitbucket.org"

bake -i "https://github.com/rumkin/test_module"
tree bake_modules

Output:

bake_modules/
`-- github.com
    `-- rumkin
        `-- test_module
            `-- module.sh

Local modules

Local module must starts with ".", ".." or "/" and will be installed by it's base name. Example:

bake -i ../some-bake-module
ls bake_modules # -> some-bake-module

CLI arguments

  • -l – List tasks.
  • -e [environment] – Specify environment located in bake_env/${environment}.sh or output current environment variables.
  • -i <module> – Install module
  • -v – Print bake version.
  • -h – Print bake help.

Lookup and $PWD

Bake by default looking up the directory tree and search for .bakerc then bake.sh file. After that bake switch $PWD to the project's root. Calling directory will be stored in $CWD variable.

Example:

# example/bake.sh
task:pwd() {
    echo $PWD $CWD
}

task:ls() {
    ls .
}
cd example/nest
bake pwd # -> example example/nest
bake ls # -> bake.sh nest

Environment

Environments store in bake_env directory in shell files like dev.sh. Current environment lays at .env file. To dump current environment run bake -e. To switch environment run bake -e <env>. To use environment in current call run bake -e <env> <task>.

License

MIT.