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Marathon

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Welcome to Marathon, a command line tool that makes it easy to write, run and manage your Swift scripts. It's powered by the Swift Package Manager and requires no modification to your existing scripts or dependency packages.

Features

🐣 Create scripts

$ marathon create helloWorld "import Foundation; print(\"Hello world\")"

🏃‍♀️ Run scripts

$ marathon run helloWorld
> Hello world

📦 Hassle free dependency management. Simply add a package...

$ marathon add https://github.com/JohnSundell/Files.git

...and use it without any additional work

import Files

for file in try Folder(path: "MyFolder").files {
    print(file.name)
}

🚀 Update all of your scripting dependencies with a single call

$ marathon update

⚒ Edit, run & debug your scripts using Xcode...

$ marathon edit helloWorld

...or in your favorite text editor

$ marathon edit helloWorld --no-xcode

🌍 Run remote scripts directly from a Git repository...

$ marathon run https://github.com/johnsundell/testdrive.git

...using only a GitHub username & repository name:

$ marathon run johnsundell/testdrive

💻 Install scripts as binaries and run them independently from anywhere...

$ marathon install helloWorld
$ helloWorld
> Hello world

...you can even install remote scripts (+ their dependencies) from a URL:

$ marathon install https://raw.githubusercontent.com/JohnSundell/Marathon-Examples/master/AddSuffix/addSuffix.swift
$ cd myImages
$ addSuffix "@2x"
> Added suffix "@2x" to 15 files

...or from a GitHub repository:

$ marathon install johnsundell/testdrive
$ testdrive

👪 Share your scripts with your team and automatically install their dependencies...

import Files // marathon:https://github.com/JohnSundell/Files.git

print(Folder.current.path)

...or specify your dependencies using a Marathonfile:

$ echo "https://github.com/JohnSundell/Files.git" > Marathonfile

Installing

On macOS

Using Make (recommended):

$ git clone https://github.com/JohnSundell/Marathon.git
$ cd Marathon
$ make

Using the Swift Package Manager:

$ git clone https://github.com/JohnSundell/Marathon.git
$ cd Marathon
$ swift build -c release -Xswiftc -static-stdlib
$ cp -f .build/release/Marathon /usr/local/bin/marathon

Using Mint:

$ mint run JohnSundell/Marathon

Using Homebrew (not recommended, due to slow update cycle):

brew install marathon-swift

On Linux

$ git clone https://github.com/JohnSundell/Marathon.git
$ cd Marathon
$ swift build -c release
$ cp -f .build/release/Marathon /usr/local/bin/marathon

If you encounter a permissions failure while installing, you may need to prepend sudo to the commands. To update Marathon, simply repeat any of the above two series of commands, except cloning the repo.

Requirements

Marathon requires the following to be installed on your system:

  • Swift 4.1 or later (bundled with Xcode 9.3 or later)
  • Git
  • Xcode (if you want to edit scripts using it)

Examples

Check out this repository for a few example Swift scripts that you can run using Marathon.

Specifying dependencies inline

Scripting usually involves using 3rd party frameworks to get your job done, and Marathon provides an easy way to define such dependencies right when you are importing them in your script, using a simple comment syntax:

import Files // marathon:https://github.com/JohnSundell/Files.git
import Unbox // marathon:https://github.com/JohnSundell/Unbox.git

Specifying your dependencies ensures that they will always be installed by Marathon before your script is run, edited or installed - making it super easy to share scripts with your friends, team or the wider community. All you have to do is share the script file, and Marathon takes care of the rest!

Using a Marathonfile

If you prefer to keep your dependency declarations separate, you can create a Marathonfile in the same folder as your script. This file is simply a new line separated list of URLs pointing to either:

  • The URL to a git repository of a local or remote package to install before running your script.
  • The path to another script that should be linked to your script before running it.

Here is an example of a Marathonfile:

https://github.com/JohnSundell/Files.git
https://github.com/JohnSundell/Unbox.git
https://github.com/JohnSundell/Wrap.git
~/packages/MyPackage
otherScript.swift

Shell autocomplete

Marathon includes autocomplete for the zsh and fish shells (PRs adding support for other shells is more than welcome!). To enable it, do the following:

  • zsh:

    • Add the line fpath=(~/.marathon/ShellAutocomplete/zsh $fpath) to your ~/.zshrc file.
    • Add the line autoload -Uz compinit && compinit -i to your ~/.zshrc file if it doesn't already contain it.
    • Restart your terminal.
  • fish:

    • cp -f ~/.marathon/ShellAutocomplete/fish/marathon.fish ~/.config/fish/completions

You can now type marathon r and have it be autocompleted to marathon run 🎉

Help, feedback or suggestions?

  • Run $ marathon help to display help for the tool itself or for any specific command.
  • Append --verbose to any command to make Marathon output everything it's doing, for debugging purposes.
  • Open an issue if you need help, if you found a bug, or if you want to discuss a feature request.
  • Open a PR if you want to make some change to Marathon.
  • Contact @johnsundell on Twitter for discussions, news & announcements about Marathon.

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Releases

3.1.0 - Sep 21, 2018

Swift 4.2 and Xcode 10 support! 🎉

3.0.0 - Apr 21, 2018

View build details and download artifacts on buddybuild: Marathon (iOS, MarathonCore - Debug)

2.0.2 - Dec 10, 2017

If you want to use libMarathon to generate dependencies, they're now exposed as a library product in their script folder making them linkable from external apps.

2.0.1 - Nov 26, 2017

  • Opens up a chunk of the Marathon API for others to use (an example being Danger Swift)
  • Fixes for --verbose

View build details and download artifacts on buddybuild: Marathon (iOS, MarathonCore - Debug)

2.0.0 - Nov 8, 2017

  • Xcode 9 or later is now required to build & install Marathon.
  • Support for Xcode 9.1 and Swift 4.0.2.
  • Support for Swift 3.x is now deprecated and will be fully removed soon.
  • Support for running any remote Swift package as a script.

View build details and download artifacts on buddybuild: Marathon (iOS, MarathonCore - Debug)