narada-new - creates a skeleton project based on Narada framework
This document describes narada-new version 1.3.10
This script help you create skeleton project directory for using Narada framework.
Target directory shouldn't exists or must be empty.
If target directory doesn't exists - it will be created (parent directory must exists).
If executed without param will create skeleton project in current directory, which must be empty.
Target directory become "project root directory", and all other `narada-*` scripts must be executed in this directory.
config/version will be initialized with value "PROJECTNAME-0.0.000", where PROJECTNAME is target directory name.
var/patch/PROJECTNAME-0.0.000.tar with backup of current project. This backup should be used when installing this project elsewhere:
unpack backup in empty project root (if needed) unpack backup in var/patch/.prev/ put all updates into var/patch/ run narada-patch setup config/* as needed for this installation
Usage: narada-new [/path/to/project]
Script was executed with too many params.
narada-new: mkdir: %s
Target directory wasn't exists and mkdir failed (probably parent directory doesn't exist or have wrong permissions).
narada-new: not a directory: %s
Script's param point to existing file.
narada-new: opendir: %s
Target directory exists, but can't be read (probably have wrong permissions).
narada-new: directory not empty: %s
Target directory exists, but not empty.
narada-new: unpack failed
Script failed to unpack skeleton directory. Most likely reason - target directory doesn't writable. While unpacking it use `tar`, so maybe there some issue with it. Or this script was damaged (reinstall recommended).
narada-new: unable to detect project name
Failed to setup 'config/version' file using project directory name as default project name. Probably some issue with `pwd` command or unusual symbols in project directory name (\n for example).
narada-new: closedir: %s
narada-new: chdir: %s
narada-new requires no configuration files or environment variables.
No bugs have been reported.
Please report any bugs or feature requests to
email@example.com, or through the web interface at http://rt.cpan.org.
Copyright (c) 2008-2014 Alex Efros
<firstname.lastname@example.org>. All rights reserved.
This module is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. See perlartistic.
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