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You can find here the release of wire-cli, successor to wire shell, a powerful command-line interface (CLI) tool designed specifically for ProcessWire developers. Optimize your workflow, automate repetitive tasks, and manage your ProcessWire projects with ease. Wire-cli leverages the Symfony Console Component to provide a robust CLI experience, offering a wide range of features and commands to enhance your development process. From creating new projects and managing fields, templates, roles, and users, to performing database backups and serving your ProcessWire projects with a built-in web-server. Still in development, there might be some glitch, I will continuously improve and expand its functionality based on the feedback and needs of the ProcessWire community. Also mentioning that we will be probably working towards merging the features of wire-cli and rockshell to provide a unified CLI solution for ProcessWire. To get started with wire-cli, check out the GitHub repository or simply install it now from your terminal using Composer: composer global require wirecli/wire-cli Contributions are welcome. If you encounter any issues or have suggestions for improvements, please submit an issue, a pull request or post it here.
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
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.