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oh-my-mustache

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A command line tool to fill Mustache templates written in Kotlin.

Slides

This project is a demo subject to show how to write a command line tool from the first line of code to the installation on the user system.

Slides are available at : http://slides.com/ekino-leomillon/oh-my-mustache

Overview

Fill a simple template :

$ oh-my-mustache --template "Hi {{name}} !" --variable name "John Doe"

Hi John Doe !

Or using template/context files :

template.mustache

Hi {{contact.firstname}} {{contact.lastname}} !
You have these events today :
{{#events}}
    - {{title}}
{{/events}}

context.json

{
  "contact": {
    "lastname": "Doe",
    "firstname": "John"
  },
  "events": [
    {
      "title": "Meeting 1"
    },
    {
      "title": "Meeting 2"
    }
  ]
}
$ oh-my-mustache --template-file ./template.mustache --context-file ./context.json

Hi John Doe !
You have these events today :
    - Meeting 1
    - Meeting 2

Installation

Via Homebrew

You can tap the ekino repository ekino/formulas to install oh-my-mustache.

Just use the following commands :

brew tap ekino/formulas
brew install oh-my-mustache

:information_source: Bash / ZSH auto completion will be installed but may not be activated/loaded. Please follow the instructions written during the homebrew installation or jump the the manual installation section.

Manual installation

First step, you have to download the latest release (oh-my-mustache-VERSION.zip or oh-my-mustache-VERSION.tar files) on this page.

Linux / Mac OS X

Once the archive has been uncompressed, you will find the oh-my-mustache script in the bin directory.

Go into the bin directory and try the following command to get the global help :

./oh-my-mustache --help

Auto completion Bash / ZSH

You can source the script ohmymustache-completion.bash in the completion directory :

source completion/ohmymustache-completion.bash

If you want enable it permanently, you will have to load it with your profile. Add the following line to your ~/.bash_profile or ~/.zshrc and replace PATH_TO_TOOL with the location of the oh-my-mustache uncompressed folder.

[ -f PATH_TO_TOOL/completion/ohmymustache-completion.bash ] && source PATH_TO_TOOL/completion/ohmymustache-completion.bash

:information_source: ZSH users : you may need to add these two lines before the previous one to enable the bash completion :

autoload -U compinit && compinit
autoload -U bashcompinit && bashcompinit

Windows

Once the archive has been uncompressed, you will find the oh-my-mustache.bat script in the bin directory.

Go into the bin directory and try the following command to get the global help :

oh-my-mustache.bat --help