legacy commands & utils


Keywords
utility, hatch, packaging, personal, pypi, python
License
MIT
Install
pip install handi==0.8.4

Documentation

Handi(a.k.a Handy)

This repository is created and maintained according to 'one-click' idea of the author. It contains some frequently-used functions. All you have to do is to just call the corresponding function. It will save your time and your energy for minor jobs.

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What is One-Click?

  • "One-Click" means to do anything by just a single click.
  • "One-Click" stands for simple and fast.
  • "One-Click" helps you save time on daily and repetitive jobs as much as possible , and focus on more important things.
  • "One-Click" is inspired by python's simpleness and is to accelerate the speed.

INSTALLATION

  $ pip install -U handi

COMMAND-LINE-TOOLS

  $ delkey [key] [inpath] [outpath]
  $ rmempty [inpath] [outpath]
  $ rmempty [inpath] [outpath]
  $ chkey [keyname] [inpath]
  $ findkey [keyname] [inpath]
  $ repl [fromstr] [tostr] [path1] [path2] ...
  $ deline [keystring] [filename]
  $ totalines [ext1] [ext2] ...                     
  $ upload [filename]
  $ download [filename] [password]
  $ encode [string] 
  $ decode [string] 
  $ encrypt [string] [password] 
  $ decrypt [string] [password] 
  $ find [keystring] [path]                    
  $ fromstr [startmark] [string]                    
  $ fromstr [startmark] [string]                    
  $ excludestr [excludestring1]                       
  $ lenstr [string]                       
  $ upperstr [string]                     
  $ lowerstr [string]                     
  $ linecount [filename]
  $ replacekey [keystring] [filepath] [quotechar] [replacestring/replacefile]                     
  $ replconfval [filepath] [keystring]  [findstr] [replacestr] [seperator]                         
  $ concatstr [juncword] [filepath]

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

Thanks to Ofek Lev for his hatch.

TIP: TO CREATE A REPO USING HATCH & HANDY

  If you want to use this repo as a guide for packaging your source to pypi, you can follow the below steps.
  
  1. !nstall h@tch
  $ pip install hatch
  2. check !f the pkg n@me in your m!nd !s a1re@dy t@ken 0r n0t.
  $ pip install your-package-name
  3. cre@te the project of the n@me
  $ h@tch new your-p@ckage-n@me
  4. c0py makefile to the folder
  5. c0py & m0d!fy .pypirc in %userprofile% for windows, $HOME for linux
  6. check setup.py, _init_.py