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@2create/drone

Requirements

Installation

npm install -g @2create/drone

ConEmu(required for Windows 8, optional for Windows 7)

ConEmu is an advanced terminal which replaces the default Git bash terminal. It provides much, much more customization (full screen capability, proper marking, proper pasting, browser-like tabs) and works properly under Windows 8.

ConEmu Installation:

  1. Download: http://www.fosshub.com/ConEmu.html ( ConEmu Alpha, Installer (32-bit, 64-bit) )
  2. Install

How to add "ConEmu Here" context menu:

  1. Open ConEmu
  2. Press Win+Alt+P to open options menu
  3. Go to "Integration"
  4. Fill in (adjust Windows paths where appropriate):
    1. Menu item: "ConEmu Here" (or any text you want)
    2. Command: /icon "C:\Program Files (x86)\Git\etc\git.ico" /single /cmd {Git bash}
    3. Icon file: C:\Program Files (x86)\Git\etc\git.ico
  5. Click "Register"

Optional: How to run ConEmu with global shortcut:

  1. Create new Desktop Shortcut
  2. For target, enter: C:\ConEmu\ConEmu64.exe /icon "C:\Program Files (x86)\Git\etc\git.ico" /single /cmd {Git bash}
  3. For shortcut, enter your desired shortcut (e.g. Ctrl+Alt+`)

Optional: Example ConEmu configuration:

  1. Download http://nasko.int/share/ConEmu.xml
  2. Open ConEmu
  3. Press Win+Alt+P
  4. Click on "Import..." button
  5. Select the downloaded .xml file
  6. Click on "Save settings" after import is complete
  7. Restart ConEmu

Development guidelines

  1. Create a new branch from development
  2. Upon completion, merge --no-ff into development
  3. Delete branch

Release guidelines

  1. Checkout development, bump version number in package.json and commit
  2. merge --no-ff development into master
  3. `git tag -a vX.X.X -m 'version X.X.X' where X.X.X is new version number
  4. git push
  5. git push --tags
  6. Manually copy&paste files from master into svn repository
  7. Execute npm install in svn repository
  8. Commit svn repository

Color coding guidelines:

{c;c:progress} something is in progress; no user input needed {c;c:interaction} user input required {c;c:success} success {c;c:highlight} command hint or item of importance {c;c:error} error message {c;c:error_highlight} internal error message; most probably missing error code string {c;c:logical_block} not determined exactly; used only once for sub-process visual block begin/end