Since you asked, here’s `rebar3_flamingo`. A rebar plugin that prints flamingos. 🦩

github.com/jeffkreeftmeijer/re

Aside from this being a very useful plugin, this was a test project to learn how to build rebar3 plugins. However, using the generator I overlooked would have done most of the work (aside from the flamingo). 🤷‍♂️

$ rebar3 new plugin rebar3_flamingo

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One thing I did figure out that might be useful in lieu of the guide I planned to write: to test a rebar3 plugin, add it to its own `project_plugins`, then symlink `_checkouts/rebar3_flamingo` back to `..`.

Now you can call `rebar3 flamingo` from its own project root.

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