Each process is dependent upon the previous. If one fails the build process exits.
Note: Look through the packagebuilder.js module for more commands, however, the main ones just use others as helper tasks to fix things the they couldn't could not do as one. Things like the deploy--version-down task was made because I bump the version by the wrong type sometimes and would have to go into each file to change and save then re-run gulp deploy so it makes it less tidious.
npm: npm install chickendinosaur-packagebuilder
npm install gulp --save-dev. (recommended to put the version as '*' to always install the latest)
npm install chickendinosaur-packagebuilder --save-dev. (recommended to put the version as '*' to always install the latest)
Create gulpfile.js in the root directory of the project.
In the gulpfile.js copy and paste this line:
Now you can open up a terminal in the project folder and run any of the gulp tasks listed in the Gulp Commands section above on the project.