Command Options


You can use any dashboard you’ve configured by using the command devdash -c <dashboard>.

To see how to create a dashboard configuration, it’s over there.

Available Commands

You can run devdash help or devdash <my_command> --help (for example devdash edit --help) for more information.

  • devdash list - List all your dashboards.
  • devdash generate - Generate a DevDash template.
    • It will prompt you to fill some field; you can let them blank if you want.
    • The option -t (for type) can let you choose the template you want.
    • Possible type of template: “blog” or “project” (for a Github project).
  • devdash - Open the dashboard $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/devdash/default.yml. To precise another dashboard, use the option -c without the file extension. For example devdash -c my_dashboard.
  • devdash edit - Edit the dashboard $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/devdash/default.yml.
    • To precise another dashboard, you can run devdash edit my_dashboard.yml.
    • The editor set to the environment variable $EDITOR is used by default.
    • If you want to use another editor, you can use the option -e followed by your editor. For example: -e nano or -e /usr/bin/nano.
  • devdash version - Output the current version.