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CLI for modifying toml files. Pronounced "tom clee."

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#tomcli

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CLI for working with TOML files. Pronounced "tom clee."

#Examples

#tomcli-get

Query TOML files

Print a TOML table:

$ tomcli-get pyproject.toml build-system
[build-system]
requires = ["flit_core >=3.2,<4"]
build-backend = "flit_core.buildapi"

Get a newline-separated list of strings:

$ tomcli-get pyproject.toml --formatter newline-list project.dependencies
click
importlib_metadata; python_version<'3.11'

List all available formatters for use with tomcli-get -F / tomcli-get --formatter:

$ tomcli-formatters
default
	Use the `toml` formatter if the object is a Mapping and fall back to
	`string`.

json
	Return the JSON representation of the object

newline-list
	Return a newline separated list

string
	Print the Python str() representation of the object

toml
	Return the TOML mapping of the object

#tomcli-set

Modify TOML files

Delete a TOML value:

$ tomcli-set pyproject.toml del 'project.dependencies'

Set a value to true or false:

$ tomcli-set pyproject.toml true 'tool.mypy.check_untyped_defs'
$ tomcli-set pyproject.toml false 'tool.mypy.check_untyped_defs'

Set a float or int value:

$ tomcli-set pyproject.toml float 'tool.coverage.run.fail_under' '90.0'
$ tomcli-set pyproject.toml int 'tool.coverage.run.fail_under' '90'

Set a string value:

$ tomcli-set pyproject.toml str 'project.readme' 'README.rst'

#tomcli-get lists

Modify lists within a TOML file

Remove all values that match a Python regex:

NOTE: The regex must match the entire string

$ tomcli-set pyproject.toml lists delitem \
    'project.classifiers' 'Programming Language :: Python.*'

Remove all values that match an fnmatch-style pattern:

$ tomcli-set pyproject.toml lists delitem --type fnmatch \
    'project.optional-dependencies.dev' '*cov*'

Replace values that match a Python regex:

NOTE: The regex must match the entire string

$ tomcli-set pyproject.toml lists replace \
    'project.optional-dependencies.test' '(.+)==(.+)' '\1>=\2'

Create a list of strings:

## Create the new file
$ touch plays.toml
## Automatically creates the "Romeo and Juliet" table
$ tomcli-set plays.toml lists str \
    '"Romeo and Juliet".characters' 'Romeo' 'Juliet' 'Mercuitio' 'Nurse'

#Contributing

See CONTRIBUTING.md.

#License

This repository is licensed under

SPDX-License-Identifer: MIT