doxx How to Use the make Command

Syntax

$ doxx make [ key | project | template ]

Description

The make command generates file stubs for key and template files, and a minimal directory structure with file stubs for a project archive.

Usage

The file or project is generated in the current working directory.

To make a key file stub, use the command:

Make a Key File

$ doxx make key

To make a template file stub, use the command:

Make a Template File

$ doxx make template

To make a project archive with template and key file stubs, use the command:

Make a Project Archive

$ doxx make project

The project file stubs write relative to the current working directory with the following file paths:

├── current working directory
    ├── pkey.yaml
    ├── project.yaml
    └── templates
        └── stub.doxt

More Information

Project archive file specs are available in the project archive documentation.

Detailed information about key files is available in the key file documentation.

Template file structure and usage is explained in the template file documentation.


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