That would be great. I do wonder what the best way to revive a project is, as I've never actually taken part in a rewrite / revival. I feel as if it's hard for a lot of people to find the attempt to revive though since it's not super active yet. I'd really like to help get it going though, both for myself and my company (as we depend on vorpal for our cli tooling).
I like your ideas too, could be worth bringing up in the rewrite PR. I think a lot of the PRs are getting ignored right now.
I'm not sure how we can go about getting an issues board on Ore4444's fork, can we?
I would like that, Gitter is nice too so we'd be able to monitor both but Slack for active participants in the reforging could be very useful.
Thats what I meant, gitter for the user community, slack for the builders (with integrations to github, travis, and else)
:wave: hi all. Is anybody aware if a coordinated attempt to keep vorpal alive?
Would you be open to be part of it? :)
srcfor our tests.
node myapp.jswill open an interactive session and prompt for commands;
node myapp.js mycmd myargwill run a command and return to the command-prompt. Is there a way of giving one or more commands on the command-line and then switching to accepting commands interactively? At the moment, after command-definition, I've got
vorpal.parse( process.argv ).show() ;. TIA