An ember command line utility.
Supports node 0.10.5 and npm 1.4.6.
Although potentially exciting, this is still really a WIP, use at your own risk.
Additional components of this project which are used runtime in your application:
git clone https://github.com/stefanpenner/ember-cli.gitcd ember-clinpm link
npm link is very similar to
npm install -g except that instead of downloading the package from the repo the just cloned
ember-cli/ folder becomes the global package. Any changes to the files in the
ember-cli/ folder will immediately affect the global ember-cli package.
Now you can use
ember-cli via the command line:
ember new foocd foonpm link ember-cliember server
npm link ember-cli is needed because by default the globally installed
ember-cli just loads the local
ember-cli from the project.
npm link ember-cli symlinks the global
ember-cli package to the local
ember-cli package. Now the
ember-cli you cloned before is in three places: The folder you cloned it into, npm's folder where it stores global packages and the
ember-cli project you just created.
If you upgrade an app running against Ember CLI master you will need to re-link to your checkout of Ember CLI by running
npm link ember-cli in your project again.
npm run-script autotest to run the tests after every file change (Runs only fast tests). Use
npm test to run them once.
For a full test run which includes some very slow acceptance tests,
npm run-script test-all. Please note, this is what travis
To exclude a test or test suite append a
describe() respectively (e.g.
it.skip(...)). To focus on a certain test or test suite append
Please read the official mocha documentation for more information.
All donations will support this project and treats for contributors.
ember-cli is MIT Licensed.