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You can use any repository on Github as the template for RepoCreator. Repositories with magic strings in them make much better templates! If you'd like to create your own template, just create your project like you normally would but anywhere you would type a repo-specific string, instead type:
For example, if you have the following tag in your template's HTML file:
<title> magic_app_name_magic </title>
When you create a new project from the template you will be prompted for the replacement of
app_name. If you set the value to
My Cool App, then in the new repo you will have this:
<title> My Cool App </title>
RepoCreator is language agnostic, all you need is a web browser and a GitHub account.
Interacts directly with GitHub to create a new repository for you from a template.
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LICENSEwith the contents from CC0 LICENSE.
@variable@. While this technique does result in shorter replacement strings, it also results in a project that is probably invalid in its template form. By using only alphabetic characters for the preefix and postpix and
.for the separator, the template will be valid for compilation and usage in most languages/frameworks. This makes it easy to test your template and ensure it is usable before using it. It also allows you to run tools like a linter or other static analyzers on the template itself.
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