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        def help():
    from Naked.toolshed.system import exit_success
    help_string = """
Naked make Command Help
=======================
The make command builds a new Naked project.  The project can be built from either responses that you give on the command line, or from a naked.yaml project settings file.

USAGE
  naked make [argument]

The command should be run in the top level of the path where you would like to create your project.  The argument to the make command is optional.  If used, this is the name of your new project.  It is not necessary to include the argument if you use a naked.yaml project settings file.

The naked.yaml settings file has the following structure:

  application:  
  developer:    
  license:      

Place this in the top level of an empty directory and use `naked make` in the same directory.  Naked will confirm your settings and then build the project directories and files from these settings.

SECONDARY COMMANDS
  none

OPTIONS
  none

EXAMPLES
  naked make
  naked make testapp"""
    print(help_string)
    exit_success()
        


src/n/a/Naked-0.1.30/lib/Naked/app.py   Naked(Download)
        from Naked.commands.make import MakeController
        if c.cmd2 == "help":
            from Naked.commands.make import help as make_help
            make_help()
        if c.arg1: # arg1 is not help so use it as the argument to the make command