Rust-Cargo x: cargo-x — A very simple third-party cargo subcommand to execute a custom command

cargo-x

Build Status APACHE licensed MIT licensed crates.io Released API docs

A very simple third-party cargo subcommand to execute a custom command

Usage

  1. install cargo-x
cargo install cargo-x

or upgrade

cargo install -f cargo-x
  1. write a config file x.toml in "name = detail" format like
ls = "ls -ltr"

or same lines in file ~/.x.toml,

or in [package.metadata.x] section in Cargo.toml file.

note that DO NOT use key x like x = "any command", cargo-x x will run into problem, because it does not know if it is using cargo-x x or cargo x.

  1. use cargo-x
cargo x ls
# or
cargo-x ls
# or
x ls

License

Licensed under either of these:

Contributing

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Comments

  • Handle cases where `[package.metadata.x]` isn't present
    Handle cases where `[package.metadata.x]` isn't present

    Jan 8, 2019

    cargo-x throws errors when [package.metadata.x] isn't present. Based on the README this doesn't seem to be the intended behavior but if it is please ignore this PR.

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