Last built 2 years ago using go version go1.6.1 linux/amd64 and 85 seconds of time
This small tool is mainly a helper for me not to have to look up the license text of the license I want to use every time again. With the help of this tool one command is sufficient to put a
LICENSE file into the current directory filled with a chosen license.
The license template is pre-filled with the current year and the user information extracted from your
# license help license is a tool to quickly put your code under a license Usage: license [command] Available Commands: list Lists all available licenses show Prints the pre-filled license template to your terminal write Write the pre-filled license template to ./LICENSE version prints the current version of license badge Gives you a markdown sniplet to show the license in your README.md help Help about any command Flags: -h, --help=false: help for license Use "license help [command]" for more information about a command.
If you like this tool and need a new license included just open a pull-request with a new file named
lic<shortcode>.go and the license template. The format to add the license to the application you can find in every other template file.