Create a script that mostly behaves like "git", it concatenates its name with its first argument to call "${0}-${1}".

val make : ?aliases:(str t * str t) list -> name:string -> description:string -> unit -> unit Genspio__Language.t

Make a “toplevel” script that behaves a bit like "git" by calling name ^ "-${1}". The search for the argument can be “hijacked” with the list of ~aliases; with ~name:"hello" and ~aliases:[str "W", str "wolrd"], when "hello W" is called, the generated script with lool for "hello-world" in the "$PATH".

Just like scripts made with Script_with_describe, the ~description argument is used to answer the "--describe" command line option.

When called without arguments, with "-h", "-help", or with "--help", the script lists all the commands it can find and the aliases. E.g.:

usage: cosc <cmd> [OPTIONS/ARGS]

Script that is a bit like Docker-compose but with GNU-Screen.

Sub-commands:
* cosc-attach: Attach to the Screen being managed.
* cosc-configuration: Manage the configuration.
* cosc-example: Show or run a full example.
* cosc-kill: Kill Jobs or the whole Screen session (-a).
* cosc-logs: Show logs for one or more jobs.
* cosc-manual: Show the manual.
* cosc-start: Start all or a given list of jobs.
* cosc-status: Get the status(es) of the processes.
* cosc-version: Show the version information.
Aliases:
* config -> configuration
* man -> manual

See also the Service Composer Example (a.k.a. "cosc") for many uses of this function.