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       easygen - Easy to use universal code/text generator


       easygen [flags] template_name [data_filename [data_filename...]]

       data_filename(s): The name for the .yaml or .json data.

       ○   If omitted derive from the template_name.

       ○   Can  have  the extension or without it. If withot extension, will try .yaml first then

       ○   Can include the path as well.

       template_name: The name for the template file.

       ○   Can have the extension or without it.

       ○   Can include the path as well.

       ○   Can be a comma-separated list giving many template files, in which case at  least  one
           data_filename must be given.


       Command easygen is an easy to use universal code/text generator.

       It  can be used as a text or html generator for arbitrary purposes with arbitrary data and
       templates. It is a good GSL replacement, as it

       ○   is more easy to define driving data, in form of YML instead of XML

       ○   has more powerful template engine that based on Go template. You can even  write  your
           own function in Go to customize your template.

       You  can  even use easygen as a generic Go template testing tool using the -ts commandline
       option, and much more.


       It´s very easy to use -- just type easygen and following  the  inline  help.  Or  try  the
       following example to get started:

               export PATH=$PATH:$GOPATH/bin

               $ easygen $GOPATH/src/
               The colors are: red, blue, white, .

               cd $GOPATH/src/

               $ easygen test/list1
               The quoted colors are: "red", "blue", "white", .

               $ easygen -tf test/listfunc1 test/list0
               red, blue, white.


       easygen comes with comprehensive online documents. For further details, please go to:

                                          December 2019                                EASYGEN(1)