mock

Always wanted a command line tool to mock your friends?

Tired of having to manually type out “WoW BoB yOuR aMaZinG!” every time?

Well now, you don’t need to! With ‘mock’ you can do this automatically.

Example Usage

Command:

./mock Wow! That movie was amazing!

Output:

WoW! tHaT mOvIe WaS aMaZiNg!

How to use

🖥️ Windows

  1. Download the Windows binary (mock-v<VERSION>.exe)
  2. Open CMD or Powershell
  3. Navigate to the directory where you downloaded the binary
  4. Run the binary
    • You can run the binary on it’s own to prompt interactive input
    • You can provide text inline (I.e mock This is my text)

🐧 Linux

  1. Download the Linux binary (mock-linux-amd64-v<VERSION>)
  2. Open your prefered terminal
  3. Navigate to the directory where you downloaded the binary
  4. Run the binary
    • You can run the binary on it’s own to prompt interactive input
    • You can provide text inline (I.e mock This is my text)

🍎 MAC OSX

  1. Download the Mac OSX binary (mock-darwin-amd64-v<VERSION>)
  2. Open the Apple menu -> click Preferences
  3. Click Security & Privacy
  4. Click the General tab
  5. Click the 🔒 in the bottom-left
  6. Enter your password when prompted -> click Unlock
  7. Click App Store and Identified Developers radio button
  8. You should see: mock-darwin-amd64-v<VERSION> was blocked from opening because it is not from an identified developer
  9. Click Open Anyway
  10. Open your prefered terminal
  11. Navigate to the directory where you downloaded the binary
  12. Run the binary
    • You can run the binary on it’s own to prompt interactive input
    • You can provide text inline (I.e mock This is my text)

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