Command line version of Laravel's Blade templating engine
Blade CLI is a command line compiler for the Laravel Blade templating engine. You simply specify what templates you want to process as arguments.
To install you can either clone this repo and run
composer install && composer build or simply retrieving the latest PHAR from the releases page.
I also have a convenience feature configured that install the PHAR to
/usr/bin by running
composer build:install but it makes a whole lot of assumptions of your OS and probably only works on Linux and macOS. Use at your own risk.
php blade-cli.phar [options] [--] <template> (<template>)...
||The template path can be specified as a relative URI, absolute and also as how Blade natively handles include references (pages/index.blade.php vs pages.index). If supplied as a Blade reference then a base directory must be set|
||Variables passed on to the template as a JSON file/string or a PHP file returning an associative array (multiple values allowed)|
||Output path relative from current working directory or absolute|
||Base directory to look for template files from. If not set, template's containing dir is assumed (multiple values allowed)|
||When an output dir is specified you can also set what file extension the compiled template should be created with [default: "txt"]|
||This option accepts a path to a PHP file with user code to extend the compiler by using $compiler->extend()|
||Automatically add the parent directories of all templates as base directories. This requires a new Blade compiler instance for each template file which adds overhead but simplifies processing multiple templates at once and have each be a self-contained template hierarchy tree. This is not compatible with templates supplied as native Blade references|
||Display this help message|
||Do not output any message|
||Display this application version|
||Force ANSI output|
||Disable ANSI output|
||Do not ask any interactive question|
||Increase the verbosity of messages: 1 for normal output, 2 for more verbose output and 3 for debug|
Clone and run
composer install. You can then run the app by executing
php bin/blade from the root directory. To create a distributable PHAR you run
composer build. To verify that templates are processed correctly you can run