hof / create
hof/create is a command for one-line bootstrapping and application blueprints.
Add a Creator to any git repository to provide a “create-react-app” like experience.
$ hof help create
hof create enables you to easily bootstrap code for full projects, components, and more. Examples can be found in the documentation: https://docs.hofstadter.io/hof-create/ By adding one config file and templates to your repo your users can quickly bootstrap full applications, tooling configuration, and other code using your project. Share consistent scaffolding, configurable to users. Any hof generator can also support the create command and most choose to bootstrap a generator at minimum. This means you get all the same benefits from hof's code generation engine, turning your bootstrapped code into a living template. Run create from any git repo and any ref hof create firstname.lastname@example.org hof create github.com/username/repo@a1b2c3f hof create github.com/username/repo@latest -I supplies inputs as key/value pairs or from a file when no flag is supplied, an interactive prompt is used hof create email@example.com \ -I name=foo -I val=bar \ -I @inputs.cue You can also reference local generators by their cue inputs. This local lookup is indicated by ./ or ../ starting a path. Use this mode when developing and testing locally. hof create ../my-gen Usage: hof create <module path> [extra args] [flags] Flags: --exec enable pre/post-exec support when generating code -G, --generator stringArray generator tags to run, default is all -h, --help help for create -O, --outdir string base directory to write all output to Global Flags: -E, --all-errors print all available errors -i, --ignore-errors turn off output and assume defaults at prompts -D, --include-data auto include all data files found with cue files -V, --inject-env inject all ENV VARs as default tag vars -I, --input stringArray extra data to unify into the root value -p, --package string the Cue package context to use during execution -l, --path stringArray CUE expression for single path component when placing data files -q, --quiet turn off output and assume defaults at prompts -d, --schema stringArray expression to select schema to apply to data files --stats print generator statistics -0, --stdin-empty A flag that ensure stdin is zero and does not block -t, --tags stringArray @tags() to be injected into CUE code -v, --verbosity int set the verbosity of output --with-context add extra context for data files, usable in the -l/path flag