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alfresco-adf-cli

0.1.4 • Public • Published

alfresco-adf-cli

Command line tools for Alfresco ADF

Installing

npm install -g alfresco-adf-cli

Alternatively you can install as part of your project:

npm install --save-dev alfresco-adf-cli

Using with Travis CI

.travis.yml

before_install:
- npm install -g alfresco-adf-cli

Commands

  • help
  • init
  • tslint
  • clean
  • remove
  • serve
  • test
  • check
    • license
  • version

help

Shows general help information or help details for a given command.

--help [command]

Examples:

adf --help
adf --help serve
adf help test

init

Setup default project.

init [dir]

Examples:

adf init
adf init .
adf init project/folder

Puts the following files into target directory:

  • .editorconfig
  • .eslintrc.json
  • .gitignore
  • .npmignore
  • .travis.yml
  • .tsconfig.json
  • .tslint.json

For more information see internal help: adf help init.

tslint

Runs TSlint for a given project directory using embedded rules.

tslint [dir]

Examples:

adf tslint
adf tslint .
adf tslint project/folder

Your project does not need to have tslint.json installed however tsconfig.json is required.

For more information see internal help: adf help tslint.

clean

Cleans the project directory.

clean [dir..]

Examples:

adf clean
adf clean .
adf clean project1 project2 project3
adf clean project*

Automatically removes the following subdirectories:

  • node_modules/
  • dist/
  • typings/
  • coverage/

For more information see internal help: adf help clean.

remove

Removes a file or directory. The directory can have contents.

remove [path..]

Examples:

adf remove test1
adf remove test1 test2 test3
adf remove test*

For more information see internal help: adf help remove.

serve

serve [path]

Examples:

adf serve .
adf serve --open

For more information see internal help: adf help serve.

test

Runs unit tests for a given project folder(s).
Allows generating and opening coverage reports.

adf test [dir] [coverage] [open]

Exasmples:

adf test
adf test project1
adf test --coverage --open

Uses Karma test runner with Jasmine for tests by default.
The following libraries are bundled so you don't need installing them for your project:

  • jasmine-core
  • karma
  • karma-chrome-launcher
  • karma-coverage
  • karma-jasmine
  • karma-jasmine-ajax
  • karma-jasmine-html-reporter
  • karma-mocha-reporter
  • remap-istanbul

For more information see internal help: adf help test.

check

For more details on commands refer to inline help:

adf help check

Supported sub-commands:

  • license

license

Runs license header check for a given folder(s).

adf check license [dir] [pattern] [ignore]

For more details refer to inline help:

adf help check license

Examples:

adf check license
adf check license project1/
adf check license --pattern '**/*.ts'
adf check license --pattern '**/*.js' '**/!(index).ts' --ignore '**/*.d.ts'

This command does not load full content of a file during check and uses streaming to minimise memory footprint.

version

Shows program version number.

Examples:

adf --version

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install

npm i alfresco-adf-cli

Downloadsweekly downloads

5

version

0.1.4

license

MIT

homepage

github.com

repository

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