Gists Introduction Recently, I have introduced a GAS library and a CLI tool for rearranging files in GAS project. Those are RearrangeScripts and ggsrun. Because today, I found a new way for rearranging files, I would like to introduce it although there is a restriction. By the recent Google-update, users become able to create folders in GAS project. The new way uses this. At first, please see the demonstration GIF animation.
Overview This is a GAS application for rearranging Google Apps Scripts (GAS) in a project which can be seen at the script editor. Description Have you ever thought about rearranging Google Apps Scripts in a project which can be seen at the script editor? I also have thought about it. Finally, I could find the workaround to do it. And recently, I have given this function to ggsrun which is a CLI tool.
go-rearrange and gorearrange were updated to v.1.0.2 From this version, data included multi-bytes characters can be used. At Linux, it works fine. At Windows DOS, rearranging and selecting data can be done. But the displayed data is shifted. Although this may be a bug of termbox-go, I don’t know the reason. I’m sorry. On the other hand, data with only single-byte characters works fine. About MAC, I don’t have it. If someone can confirm and tell me it, I’m glad.
go-rearrange and gorearrange were updated to v.1.0.1 As one of outputs, indexmode (bool) was added. If this is true, the rearranged result is output as the change of index for the source data. For example, if the source data and rearranged data are ["a", "b", "c"] and ["c", "b", "a"], respectively. The output will become [2, 1, 0]. By this, the specification for creating applications will expand. The detail information and how to get this are https://github.
Overview This is a CLI tool to interactively rearrange a text data on a terminal. Description Since I couldn’t find CLI tools for manually rearranging text data, I created this CLI tool. For this, at first, I created a Golang library go-rearrange. The detail information and how to get this are https://github.