The end result is a "prettified" file structure.
$ destiny --help destiny - Prettier for file structures. USAGE destiny [option...] [path] The path argument can consist of either a file path or a glob. OPTIONS -V, --version Output version number -h, --help Output usage information -w, --write Restructure and edit folders and files -S, --avoid-single-file Flag to indicate if single files in folders should be avoided --debug [?output file] Print debugging info
Dry run which will output what the resulting file structure will look like:
npx destiny "src/**/*.*"
This will actually move files around and fix imports:
npx destiny -w "src/**/*.*"
You can find the full documentation at this url.
It might be better to just name your folders.
Pull requests are welcome :)
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Prettier for file structures
The npm package destiny receives a total of 745 weekly downloads. As such, destiny popularity was classified as not popular.
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