Edit Roblox Place | A CLI for easy opening of Roblox Studio


A Lundstrong Technologies Open Source Product

Edit Roblox Place


A powerful, interactive CLI (Command Line Interface) to help you open Roblox Studio places.

About

I created this library due to the frustration of having to go into studio, select the group/shared with me, select the place, and waiting for it to open. It’s such a slow process not designed for the user. I created a CLI inspired by a version written in Rust. (https://github.com/rojo-rbx/edit-roblox-place) I built on that to provide more features including interactivity and favorite places. edit-roblox-place provides the ability to set your favourite places and open by a placeID, while also being beautiful and easy to use…

Getting Started

Prerequisites

You must have node installed if you are installing through npm. It must be at least version 10.

Reccomended Installation

Use the package manager npm to install edit-roblox-place.

npm install edit-roblox-place --global

Other Installation

Binaries are avaliable for versions 1.1.2 and above. To download them, go to the release page, and download the version for your operating system. You can then use it as a command line argument (Example: ./edit-roblox-place --help)

Or add it to your path in windows, mac and linux. With more information provided here for mac users.
It is suggested to use node, but if you have added edit-roblox-place to your path, it will work like the node version.

Usage

edit-roblox-place has been designed to be very similar, keeping close to its inspiration, but providing more features including interactivity and favourites.

Usage: edit-roblox-place [options]

Options:
  -v, --version                                output the version number
  -p, --place <id>                             place id to open
  -f, --favourite <name>                       favourite to use
  -c, --config [create | list | add | remove]  open the interactive config wizard. You can skip this by appending -p & -f options if you wish. Append list to list the current config. Append create to create the config file, if you did not create it at install.
  -h, --help                                   display help for command

Pictures

(forgive me for using command prompt!)

Pictures

Roadmap

None at the moment. If you have any ideas please let us know on the discord or open an issue!

Contributing

We love contributions! Pull requests are warmly welcomed and highly appriciated. For major changes, please open an issue first or discuss on the discord to let us know what you would like to change.

Support

Join the Lundstrong Discord. A channel is there for support.

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