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Create a Flask cli command line tool #28

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zerasul opened this issue Mar 21, 2018 · 4 comments
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Create a Flask cli command line tool #28

zerasul opened this issue Mar 21, 2018 · 4 comments

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@zerasul zerasul commented Mar 21, 2018

As Flask you can run it using the command flask run; using Flask.cli tools we can use a new command called Blask and run blaks with:

Blask run

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@JuanjoSalvador JuanjoSalvador commented Mar 22, 2018

blask run
blask new
blask <command>

Seems great!

@zerasul zerasul moved this from To do to In progress in Blask 0.1.0 Mar 31, 2018
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@zerasul zerasul commented Jul 7, 2018

list of commands:

blask new -> create a new site
blask run -> run the current site on development mode
blask create-> create a new theme for blask
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@JuanjoSalvador JuanjoSalvador commented Jul 7, 2018

Command:

Add uwsgi config sample and autoinstalation with Blask CLI

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…with license information #50.
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@zerasul zerasul commented Sep 16, 2018

Created the BlaskCLI tool; with tow commands:

  • run -> run a instance of blask in current directory
  • init -> create a new project of blask in current directory with the minimum components.
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