There might be situations, e.g. in a CI-CD environment, where you don't want to start a WunderGraph Server, but need to turn the TypeScript configuration into a valid WunderGraph configuration.
In these such scenarios, you can use the
wunderctl generate command to generate a WunderGraph configuration.
Make sure you're running the command from a valid WunderGraph project directory.
Such a directory can be initialized with the
wunderctl init command, see the wunderctl init command for more information.
In case you want to run the command from a different directory than the one containing the WunderGraph project, you can specify the directory with this flag.
Defaults to the current working directory.