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Minitee

Mini template engine.

Travis downloads version license

Installation

npm i -g minitee

Basic usage

First, create a folder named templates.

Create a file, for example react.js

///--components/${name}Class.js

import React from 'react'
const {Component} = React
import redux from 'redux'

export default class ${name} extends Component {
  render(){
    return (<div>${content}</div>)
  }
}

Then in your terminal:

minitee react name:List content:"<span>Hello World</span>"

And voila, you just created your first minitee file.

At any time, you can get the list of the templates with the command:

minitee list
//or
minitee list -a

Advanced usage

Create a configuration file ".minitee" at the root of your project. You can use minitee init -s ./examples -d build or create a file manually, this is the equivalent of the previous command:

//./minitee
{
  "src": "./examples", //default "./templates"
  "dest": "build" //default "."
}

Then, in the "examples" folder create your templates. If .minitee doesn't exist in the folder. minitee will use the default settings.

Multiple files in one command

You can create multiple files with one command by using different ways. The first one is by creating multiple template with the same name and different extensions.

  native.js
  native.css
  ...

Or you can create one file and use the special synthax(//-- path/filename) to define multiple files in it.

///--test/${name}.js

console.log("first file")

///--${test}Class.js

console.log("second file")

///-- components/${name}/index.js

console.log("third file ${name}")
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