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@teppeis/kintone-plugin-packer

kintone-plugin-packer

kintone plugin package.sh in JavaScript

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It's written in pure JavaScript, so

  • The CLI works with Node.js in Mac/Windows/Linux
  • The web page works in any modern browsers
  • Validate your manifest.json with JSON Schema

How to install

$ npm install -g @teppeis/kintone-plugin-packer

Usage: CLI

$ kintone-plugin-packer [OPTIONS] PLUGIN_DIR

Options

  • --ppk PPK_FILE: The path of input private key file. If omitted, it is generated automatically into <Plugin ID>.ppk in the same directory of PLUGIN_DIR or --out if specified.
  • --out PLUGIN_FILE: The path of generated plugin file. The default is plugin.zip in the same directory of PLUGIN_DIR.

How to use with npm run

If your private key is ./private.ppk and the plugin directory is ./plugin, edit package.json:

{
  "scripts": {
    "package": "kintone-plugin-packer --ppk private.ppk plugin"
  }
}

and then

$ npm run package

Usage: Node.js API

const packer = require('@teppeis/kintone-plugin-packer');
const fs = require('fs');
 
const buffer = createContentsZipBufferInYourSelf();
packer(buffer).then(output => {
  console.log(output.id);
  fs.writeFileSync('./private.ppk', output.privateKey);
  fs.writeFileSync('./plugin.zip', output.plugin);
});

License

MIT License: Teppei Sato <teppeis@gmail.com>