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Got an overwhelming number of command line scripts and functions? So many you\'ve actually started to forget what options you have available, or what some of them do? Try TooLoo!
TooLoo allows provides a full text search of the name, description, and details of your scripts. When a script includes a \"help\" command, TooLoo will call it and display current usage docs instead of potentially outdated ones from its cache.
Scroll down to see some examples of its output.
Additionally, TooLoo can generate a static web site with a built-in Lunr search to document all your commands. To accomplish this, TooLoo generates the Markdown files, and Hugo builds the search index, and converts it to a site for you.
tooloo -V|--version[=Any] [--verbose[=Any]]
<file_path> Paths must end in .toml or .cast <directory_path> Path to dir to search for .toml & .cast files <filter> Currently supported filters: demos <format> Currently supported formats: hugo <export_directory> the directory to export to <hostname> Hostname or IP address to bind to (0.0.0.0 / localhost) [<port>] port to use, defaults to 6996 [default: 6996] <command_name> The name of the executable
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I\'m a big fan of README Driven Development, but this README was getting to be too much for one page.