Module management cli environment for Moka
Latest version : 0.0.2
Last updated on 2016-04-14T06:01:49.117Z
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Alfonso Tool Suite
The accompanying tool suite for rapidly creating Moka Modules. Alfonso is a command line environment that automates many of the tasks that are otherwise incredibly tedious. It also includes the Moka Module Manager and Colada documentation generator.
Currently Alfonso is installed via NPM, although a standalone executable is in the works.
npm install -g alfonso
alf command in a terminal or command prompt to enter the Alfonso prelude.
This mode provides access to general commands that can get information about
or create new modules, but will not interact much with files outside of generating
new ones. It also provides access to other modes of the environment.
Any prelude commands can be executed without entering the Alfonso environment
by using the
alf [command] [options] [arguments] variant command. This allows
users to create a new module in the current directory by simply typing
instead of having to do this through the full environment.
Basic File System Commands
These commands are available in all modes that do not deal directly with a single file.
pwd- Display the present directory
cd [path]- Change the present directory
ls [-a]- List files and folders in present directory.
-aflag displays hidden files and folders as well
list [lex|parse|interp]- List Module files of the given types in the current module. Multiple types can be specified, and if none are specified then all are assumed.
new [-f]- Enter the new module wizard.
-fflag forces wizard if present directory is not empty