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  1. Hello community, This is a tiny command line node app, to print out the latest ProcessWire forum posts to your terminal. Installation Following command requires nodejs sudo npm install -g processwire-forum-posts Usage The global installation will symlink an executable script and place it in your PATH. To use processwire-forum-posts type `pwforum` on your terminal or command prompt: $ pwforum More information please refer following: NPM Directory: https://www.npmjs.com/package/processwire-forum-posts Source: https://github.com/gayanvirajith/node-processwire-forum-posts Thanks
  2. So I created a little python script. https://gist.github.com/anonymous/10001724 create a new file and give it execute permissions chmod +x ./pw You can fetch the lastest PW code from git an start a new project. ./pw <new-project-name> Also if you want a specific version ./pw <new-project-name> dev 2.4.0 Will create a new folder with your project name if you need help ./pw help Tested in my Linux machine.
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