September 6, 2012
Finally, new.sh is on the verge of going beta! This script is 454 lines of getting things done!
The code is better organized. I've decided to take a page from
new_c.sh and apply some of the functionalty for adding single lines to created files. The result is some clean comprehensive code that can produced up to 14 different file types.
The next step in
new.sh is code inclusion.
new_c.sh already has this ability and it's time
new.sh had it to.
It is necessary to remember that
new.sh is the file for creating Java, PHP, Perl, Python, and Ruby files. The former two I think I know how to include files for. The latter three should be easy to understand. The whole point of
new.sh is to mash together a working template for code that the user can define the skeleton in command line and flesh out in their favorite text editor.
Tomorrow, I hope to up load a new version of
new_c.sh that takes some coding methods I learned from
new.sh and apply it to
I'm already excited to start working on adding OpenGL and
new_c.sh and a new version of
Poly.js that includes some SVG style path defintions with a few modifications I look forward to sharing with tomorrow. I'm also psyched about trying some new Brush class methods in
Poly.js I wasn't able to demostrate last time. But I think I have the code worked out.
Good things are coming this weekend! I know you're going to like them.