pcreate

Render Pyramid scaffolding to an output directory.

Note: As of Pyramid 1.8, this command is deprecated. Use a specific cookiecutter instead: https://github.com/Pylons/?q=cookiecutter

usage: pcreate [-h] [-s SCAFFOLD_NAME] [-t SCAFFOLD_NAME] [-l]
                   [--list-templates] [--package-name PACKAGE_NAME] [--simulate]
                   [--overwrite] [--interactive] [--ignore-conflicting-name]
                   [output_directory]
output_directory

The directory where the project will be created.

-h, --help

show this help message and exit

-s <scaffold_name>, --scaffold <scaffold_name>

Add a scaffold to the create process (multiple -s args accepted)

-t <scaffold_name>, --template <scaffold_name>

A backwards compatibility alias for -s/--scaffold. Add a scaffold to the create process (multiple -t args accepted)

-l, --list

List all available scaffold names

--list-templates

A backwards compatibility alias for -l/--list. List all available scaffold names.

--package-name <package_name>

Package name to use. The name provided is assumed to be a valid Python package name, and will not be validated. By default the package name is derived from the value of output_directory.

--simulate

Simulate but do no work

--overwrite

Always overwrite

--interactive

When a file would be overwritten, interrogate (this is the default, but you may specify it to override --overwrite)

--ignore-conflicting-name

Do create a project even if the chosen name is the name of an already existing / importable package.