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bilderhic

Bilderhic (bhic) is a smart and simple command tool for automatization.

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bilderhic

Bilderhic is a smart and simple command tool for automatization.

How does it work?

You have to create a pipe file. Bilderhic will run the commands inside your file. The commands of the pipe file can be Bilderhic commands, or bash / cmd commands. Bilderhic includes usefull commands for edit files.

Installation

npm i -g bilderhic

Usage

bhic <file> [-vb or --verbose] [-d or --debug] or bhic [-vb or --verbose] [-d or --debug] [-c or --command] <single line command>

~ Bilderhic Commands ~

> env command

Description

It allows you to create / load / edit environment variables (inside your process).

Usage

Set variable manually

env set <key> <value>

Set variable value (if the variable doesn't exists)

env set-default <key> <value>

Set variable from user input

env prompt <key> -m <message>

Adds a value to a numeric variable

env add <key> <value>

Load variables

env load <file.yml>

File.yml example

app: id: com.brand.app version: 2 description: This is an awesome Android Application. name: Awesomapp

Usage of environment variables

env load File.yml :open config.xml - set widget.id=[app.id] - set widget.android-versionCode=[app.version] - set widget.version=0.0.[app.version] - set widget>name=[app.name] - set widget>description=[app.description] - save - close

Clear your environment

env clear

Change the debug mode

env debug <enable or disable>

> copy command

Description

Copies a file or a folder. Override the files if it exists.

Usage
copy <from> <to> [-i or --ignore <file or folder>] [-q or --quiet]

> sync command

Description

Synchronizes (mirror mode) two folders. Only writes the diferrences between the folders.

Usage
sync <source> <destination> [-i or --ignore <file or folder or wildcard>] [-q or --quiet]

> del command

Description

Deletes a file o a folder (recursively) if exists.

Usage
del <file or folder>

> cd command

DOC

Usage
cd cd <folder> cd --clear cd --back

> log command

Writes a text to the configured loggers.

log [info | warn | debug | error | success] <text to log>

> mkdir command

DOC

> ren command

Renames a file o a folder.

Usage
ren <file or folder> <newName> [--skip-unexisting or -sk] [--overwrite or -o]

> base64 command

Description

Parses a base-64 string.

Usage
base64 <text> or base64 <text> > <filename> or base64 <text> >> <environment variable>
Example
base64 YmlsZGVyaGlj > mistery.txt

> cat command

Description

Reads a file and prints its content.

Usage
cat <filename> or cat <filename> > <filename> or cat <filename> >> <environment variable>
Example
base64 YmlsZGVyaGlj > mistery.txt

> run command

Description

Renames a file or a folder.

Usage
ren <origin> <target> [--overwrite or -w]

> exit command

Description

Stops the pipe or the process.

Usage
exit [pipe] or exit [<exit code>]

> sleep command

Description

Waits until timer ends.

Usage
sleep <time (ms)>

> beep command

Description

Makes a console beep sound.

Usage
beep [times] [delay between beeps]
Examples
echo Beep! beep echo Beep! Beep! beep 2 echo Beep! ... Beep! ... Beep! beep 3 1000

~ Special Commands ~

Pipe

Open a new pipe from a file

:pipe <file>

Pipe line

Open a new pipe from a line of code

:pipeline <code>

Each

Open a new pipe from a list of folders or files

:each folder [recursive] [filter] :each file [recursive] [filter]

Example 1

:each folder :begin echo [$currentFolder] :end

Example 2

:each folder recursive :begin echo [$currentFolder] :end

Example 3

:each folder recursive **/node_* :begin echo [$currentFolder] :end

Example 4

:each folder **/node_* :begin echo [$currentFolder] :end

Logger

Adds a logger instance.

:logger add <logger type> [logger name]

Logger types:

  • File

Example:

:logger add file - set file logs.txt log Hello word!

Open

Open a file editor

:open <file> [force a file format]

Example 1: Open a JSON file.

:open settings.json - close

Example 2: Open a JSON file as a Text file.

:open settings.json txt - close

Eval

Run javacript code and saves the result to $eval (environment variable).

:eval <code>

Example:

:eval +(new Date()) echo [$eval]

If

If condition

:if <conditions> :if <conditions> :begin <instructions here> :end

Await

Wait for all async commands to finish.

:await

If you want to start an async command, you need to start it with a ~ character.

Example:

run echo This is a sync command ~run echo This is an async command :await

Bhic / Bilderhic

It does nothing. It's useful for ensure that you are running a file on Bilderhic.

!bhic or !bilderhic

File edition

Text editors: TXT Object editors: XML, HTML, JSON

~ Text editors ~

- append <text> - set <line number> <text> - replace <text> <replacement text> - replaceone <text> <replacement text> - save - close

~ Object editors ~

- add <key>=<value> - set <selector> = <value or variable> - get <selector> > <variableName> - save - close

Examples

bhic pipe.txt bhic -c echo Hi world! bhic pipe.txt --set myVariable=myCustomValue

Misc

Multiple line command

bhic -c echo Running :eol: sleep 5000 :eol: beep :eol: echo Run finished

Timestamp

bhic -c echo My timestamp is [timestamp]

Date

bhic -c echo Today is [date]

Date (custom format)

bhic -c echo Today is [date:YYYY-MM-DD]

Time

bhic -c echo The current time is [hour]

Time (custom format)

bhic -c echo The current time is [hour:HH.MM]

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What is bilderhic?

Bilderhic (bhic) is a smart and simple command tool for automatization.

Is bilderhic popular?

The npm package bilderhic receives a total of 3 weekly downloads. As such, bilderhic popularity was classified as not popular.

Is bilderhic well maintained?

We found that bilderhic demonstrated a healthy version release cadence and project activity. It has 1 open source maintainer collaborating on the project.

Last updated on 12 May 2022
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