RepeatCLI

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A lightweight and user-friendly tool for effortlessly repeating and customizing text.
jaroshevskii/repify-cli

Warning

This repository is no longer actively maintained and has been deprecated. Please be aware that it has been superseded by a new repository hosted at Repyfi. Kindly refer to the updated repository for the latest developments and support Repyfi. This repository is no longer actively maintained and has been deprecated. Please be aware that it has been superseded by a new repository hosted at Repyfi. Kindly refer to the updated repository for the latest developments and support.

Repify CLI

A lightweight and user-friendly command-line application designed for text repeating.

Swift Compatibility Platform Compatibility Platform Compatibility Windows

Installation

RepeatCLI is not yet available in any package manager and there are no compiled versions 😮‍💨. So you have to compile manually.

Usage

RepeatCLI is a CLI application, this means that the application must be executed from the Terminal.

Basic repetition

Use repeat-cli <text> to repeat the text. Where <text> is your text.

repeat-cli Hello

Result:

% repeat-cli Hello
Hello
Hello

To repeat several words or even whole sentences, the text must be wrapped with an ' or " symbol on both sides.

repeat-cli 'Be faster 🐢'

Result:

% repeat-cli 'Be faster 🐢'
Be faster 🐢
Be faster 🐢

Note: If <text> is missing you will get this error:

Error: Missing expected argument '<text>'

Number of repetition

By default, the text will be repeated only twice.

To set a custom number of repetitions, use --count <count> option. Where <count> is a number.

repeat-cli 'I promise to always use UTF-8 🐶' --count 5

Note: You can also use shorter entry.

repeat-cli 'I promise to always use UTF-8 🐶' -c 5

Result:

% repeat-cli 'I promise to always use UTF-8 🐶' --count 5
I promise to always use UTF-8 🐶
I promise to always use UTF-8 🐶
I promise to always use UTF-8 🐶
I promise to always use UTF-8 🐶
I promise to always use UTF-8 🐶

Note: <count> must be greater than zero. Otherwise you will get this error:

Error: 'count' must be greater than zero.

Repetition counter

To include a repetition counter, use --include-counter option.

repeat-cli 'Yare yare daze...' --count 3 --include-counter

Note: You can also use shorter entry.

repeat-cli 'Yare yare daze...' -c 3 -i

Result:

% repeat-cli 'Yare yare daze...' --count 3 --include-counter
1: Yare yare daze...
2: Yare yare daze...
3: Yare yare daze...

Multiline

Multiline may be useful if you need to repeat a text that consists of several lines, or write an arguments in a more readable version.

To use multilining, you must use \ as if it were a newline character.

repeat-cli 'Dum-dum-dum-dum, ditty dum-dum-dum \
            Dum, dum, dum'

Result:

% repeat cli 'Dum-dum-dum-dum, ditty dum-dum-dum \
              Dum, dum, dum'
Dum-dum-dum-dum, ditty dum-dum-dum
Dum, dum, dum
Dum-dum-dum-dum, ditty dum-dum-dum
Dum, dum, dum

Arguments order does not matter

RepeatCLI uses the following order of arguments:

<text> [--count <count>] [--include-counter]

But that doesn't mean you have to follow it. Any combination of arguments will be correct.

The following commands will work the same way:

  • repeat-cli --count 1 --include-counter 'Hello everyone!'
  • repeat-cli -с 1 'Hello everyone!' --include-counter
  • repeat-cli -i --count 1 'Hello everyone!'

Contributing

Interested in contributing to RepeatCLI? We'd love your help. RepeatCLI is an open source project, built one contribution at a time by users like you.

License

Licensed under the MIT License.

Description

  • Swift Tools 5.6.0
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Last updated: Wed May 22 2024 19:26:33 GMT-0900 (Hawaii-Aleutian Daylight Time)