A Python command line script to help migrate from bootstrap 2 to bootstrap 3
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b2tob3

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Easier migration from Boostrap 2 to Boostrap 3

b2tob3 is a command line tool to help migrate Web projects from bootstrap 2 to bootstrap 3 by performing a set of replacements that reflect bootstrap 3 class name changes.

b2tob3 searches all files ending in .html, .htm, .css or .js in the current directory and its subdirectories. You can specify the working directory with the d option like b2tob3 -d /path/to/dir.

b2tob3 does not fully automate migration, but it takes away some of the tedious work. Still, you'll most likely need to perform manual fixes too.

Installation

pip install b2tob3

Usage

cd /project/html/
b2tob3

Follow these steps to avoid frustration:

  • Put your HTML/template files under version control, if they aren't yet.
  • Change to the directory with the files containing Boostrap 2 specific markup.
  • Run the b2tob3 script once and only once.
  • Review the changes with a diff tool suitable for the version control system you use.
  • Perform the rest of the necessary changes manually.

Contributing

  • Let me know about bugs by posting an issue.
  • Help reduce the manual work by improving the code.
  • Write tests.

Contributors

Thanks to @demiurg for adding more robust replacements and command line options.