After I've learned how to use scripty, having basic .sh is part of my workflow even not being a shell scripting expert.
Since scripty does not pass down the CLI arguments to my scripts:
# Consider building a build.sh script yarn build --scope=mdx-prism-2
I have to do it manually:
lerna build $1
$1 is the first argument I passed in the previous command, in that case, --scope=mdx-prism-2.
But if I need to pass more params like:
yarn build --scope=mdx-prism-2 --scope=@raulfdm/core --scope=@raulmelo/styles
Instead of doing:
lerna build $1 $2 $3
I learned that I could simply spread all arguments with $@:
lerna build $@
And now I no longer have to worry about how many params my script supports because all will be spread!