“Ngoto” is an innovative Python tool designed to enhance coding efficiency through the integration of plugins, commands, and tasks.

It serves as a versatile development tool for creating modular and maintainable software. Aimed at educational use, this tool emphasizes responsibility in its application, ensuring developers understand the ethical implications of their work.

This tool is solely for educational purposes. Developer will not be responsible for any misuse of the tool.


1. Install Module

Using pip or pip3, install the ‘ngoto’ module.

pip install ngoto

2. Example Code

The following code is a example on how to create each of three event types, as well as start the tool.

from ngoto import plugin, command, task, Ngoto

class Basic():
    @plugin(name='Tester', desc='Tester Plugin', folder='Random')
    def tester(self, logger):
        logger.info(f'Plugin ran', program='Test')

    @command(name='test', aliases=['t'], desc='Tests command')
    def test(self, logger, options):
        logger.info(f'Command ran', program='Test')

    @task(name='TaskTest', desc="Tests task creation", delay=3, id='test')
    def testing(self):
        self.logger.info(f'Task logger test ran', program='Test')
        return 'Task ran'

ngoto = Ngoto()

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