If you fork this repo... you'll have a salad fork.
You will need to install Go, and then have this repository in your src.
go run salad.go
and to format your code (beware, TABS)
go fmt salad.go
You can clone the repository first and build locally:
docker build -t vanessa/salad . docker run vanessa/salad
or run directly from Docker Hub:
docker run vanessa/salad
If you don't give arguments, the entry point will by default run the "fork" executable (the Dockerfile CMD) to print a colored fork:
docker run vanessa/salad Fork off, already. ________ .==== [________>< :=== '====
And if you ask for help, you can see that you can ask for a spoon too!
NAME: Salad Fork - Stick this in your salad, with caution, grasshopper! USAGE: salad [global options] command [command options] [arguments...] VERSION: 0.0.1 COMMANDS: fork Fork spoon Spoon help, h Shows a list of commands or help for one command GLOBAL OPTIONS: --help, -h show help --version, -v print the version
So in fact, the command that we were running is
./salad fork. Let's ask for a spoon...
$ docker run vanessa/salad spoon They say I'd rather spoontaneous! __________ .-"""-. / ''''---' .' \ \__________....---. '. / '-...-'
For either command, you can ask for help.
$ docker run vanessa/salad spoon --help NAME: salad spoon - Spoon USAGE: salad spoon [command options] [arguments...] DESCRIPTION: Create a spoon OPTIONS: --message value, -m value Give wisdom for your spoon. --color value, -c value color your spoon
And from the above we learn that we can add a custom color or message.
$ docker run vanessa/salad spoon --message "I wish I had a cupcake" I wish I had a cupcake ___ .-""-. / '''---...-'.' '\\ \___...---"""-._-.__// '---'
We provide an example Github Actions to deploy the metadata to Github pages,
see the .github/main.workflow. For more about
schema.org extractors, see the openschemas/extractors repository.
This repository has a Dockerfile, so we use the