Creating Templates Managed by Temple¶
Under the hood, temple uses cookiecutter to gather user input about a project and then spin up a local directory with the project scaffolding. In order to learn more about how to make your own cookiecutter template, consult the cookiecutter docs.
After you have created a template and published it to Github, it will be displayed with
and can also be used by
temple setup. There is no additional setup required. Make sure the description of your repo is filled in
on Github, because that will be returned when users type
temple ls -l.