Haxe gives you a type-safe, fast and portable way to write CLI apps.
Use the language and libraries you are familiar with to write tasks for your servers or development environment.
The neko target provides a simple and powerful environment for running your Haxe CLI tools on any platform, and it integrates seamlessly with Haxelib. CLI apps can also be compiled to Java, PHP, C++ and more.
Haxe lets us build CLI tools to power our web-app: unit testing, asset management, deployment and data migration. And it all works consistently across different environments, interacting seamlessly with the models and APIs from our Web-App.Jason O'Neil, Lead Developer, Sheridan Research Institute
A unit testing framework and tool written with MassiveLib. Provides reports and integrates with Continuous Integration systems.
OpenFL's command line tool provides shortcuts to install SDKs, build for multiple platforms, and package your app or game for deployment.
IHX (Interactive Haxe) provides a REPL-like environment for you to test your Haxe code one line at a time. It is super useful and written for neko.
Tinkerbell CLI leverages Haxe macros to handle different routing options from the command line. It also includes support for async and sub-commands.
MCLI uses Haxe macros to automatically take care of different routing options for your command line app. It even provides automatic help information based off comments in your code.
Haxe Checkstyle is a static analysis tool to help developers write Haxe code that adheres to a coding standard.
MassiveLib provides tools for creating complex CLI apps and interacting with the local system easily.
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