This wiki is for the tool Gomando.
This is a first free beta version. It is solely for testing purpose and comes naturally without any guarantees.
Gomando is a tool to store commands in a personal collection, that can be also be shared in this wiki like e.g. a page for Git cheat collection.
Main pages are:
- Collection_List contains some example pages with files to download.
- Help for all parameters that can be used with Gomando.
As it happens many times, its inspiration came from a need. I am working mainly with Linux systems, and you really have a lot of commands available.
But there are some commands, that I don't use often, and other ones have a lot of parameters.
I don't want to look always. How does it work, what parameters are available and how to set them correctly.
Another issue was that I sometimes needed very small command lines tools like an email client or even a little fileserver.
So I started to pack altogether and wrote it using Golang. Golang is a programming language and very useful for command line applications (though not only).
Now it stores all commands you want (or even a script) in an xml. And you can retrieve it any time. You can give it a name, or let Gomando define it.
You can give it tags and a description to always find it when you need to.
And because such a collection of data with a description can be useful for other users, I created also this Wiki.
Here you can upload your data xml, download it from another device or share it simply with all other users.
Have fun with this tool and share your collections!
This tool is mainly for storing and executing commands on command line. It has currently two files: configuration.xml with some configuration options.
And one default xml file with data named to the operationg system like "linux.xml" or "windows.xml".
It is meant to keep commands that you need from time to time in a file. You don't have to have all in your mind.
Maybe it will become a pool for certain work areas with an xml for each area. gomando -help will print all available options.
It comes currently with one package for Linux and contains only single binaries for Linux arm, Mac and Windows.
First steps with examples are:
Store a new entry like a command with
It will start a little wizard with some questions like of what type that data will be.
You can store values of type:
- Web URL
If it is a value, it will only be printed to the screen.
if data is of type command, it will be executed.
If it is a web URL, it will open the browser with that URL.
If it is a file, it will spit out the file that has been stored to the filesystem.
If it is a macro, it will not do much since that feature is not yet implemented.
Store a new command with:
It stores the data without further questions as a command with a calculated name. You can execute then the command with that name. Example: gomando -command echo hello Output: Input registered with name: "echo" and description "echo" Execute with: gomando echo Output: Found command echo with description echo gomando is executing command echo hello hello gomando is done
Data are stored in an xml, named after the operating system. Like linux.xml. It will create also a configuration.xml which is used for some configuration data.
to get an overview of all parameter for don.
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