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wireshell 1.0.0 is out See Bea's post -------- Original post ----------- Now this one could be a rather long post about only an experimental niche tool, but maybe a helpful one for some, so stay with me Intention Do you guys know "Artisan" (Laravel) or "Drush" (Drupal)? If not: These are command line companions for said systems, and very useful for running certain (e.g. maintenance, installation) task quickly - without having to use the Admin Interface, first and foremost when dealing with local ProcessWire installations. And since it has a powerful API and an easy way of being bootstrapped into CLIs like this, I think such a tool has a certain potential in the PW universe. It's totally not the first approach of this kind. But: this one should be easily extendable - and is based on PHP (specifically: the Console component of the Symfony Framework). Every command is tidily wrapped in its own class, dependencies are clearly visible, and so on. ( Here was the outdated documentation. Please visit wireshell.pw for the current one )
Tense Tense (Test ENvironment Setup & Execution) is a command-line tool to easily run tests agains multiple versions of ProcessWire CMF. Are you building a module, or a template and you need to make sure it works in all supported ProcessWire versions? Then Tense is exactly what you need. Write the tests in any testing framework, tell Tense which ProcessWire versions you are interested in and it will do the rest for you. See example or see usage in a real project. How to use? 1. Install it: composer global require uiii/tense 2. Create tense.yml config: tense init 3. Run it: tense run For detailed instructions see Github page: https://github.com/uiii/tense This is made possible thanks to the great wireshell tool by @justb3a, @marcus and others. What do you think about it? Do you find it useful? Do you have some idea? Did you find some bug? Tell me you opinion. Write it here or in the issue tracker.
After reading Include & Bootstrap on the ProcessWire website I coded a simple shell script for outputting page informations. Here is the GitHub repository with further informations and usage instructions. Long story short, you can do things like pw get "/" which outputs this: or pw find "template=basic-page,parent=/about/,sort=-id,limit=4" id template rootParent which outputs this: I don’t know if it is in any way useful, but I think it’s a fun way to output PW content and to quickly get to page informations in a rather nerdy fashion.