Safe Unix shell-like parameter expansion/variable substitution for those who need a more powerful alternative to
envsubst but don't want to resort to using Bash's
eval, while also not wanting to use a full-on templating engine.
Xpanda is available as a native single-binary Windows/Linux CLI tool and a Rust library.
Check out which patterns
Xpanda will recognize and expand.
Also check out the readme of the submodule that you are interested in:
To compile the project, simply issue the following command:
$ cargo build
$ cargo fmt $ cargo clippy
All code that goes into master must pass all tests. To run all tests, use:
$ cargo test
Benchmarks can be ran using:
$ cargo bench
And fuzz testing, located in the
xpanda-fuzz directory, can be ran using the cargo-fuzz tool, which has to be installed first:
$ cargo install cargo-fuzz
It must then be ran using the nightly channel:
$ cargo +nightly fuzz run fuzz_input --fuzz-dir xpanda-fuzz
Use the issue tracker to report bugs or make feature requests. Pull requests are welcome, but it may be a good idea to create an issue to discuss any changes beforehand.
MIT, see LICENSE file.