Get your libraries and scripts from the interwebs fast and easy!
Fletch is inspired by tools like pulldown, but focuses on a faster experience and a way to download all the files linked to a package, including dependencies.
$ npm install -g fletch
This gives you a command-line command you can run from anywhere in your system.
$ fletch <packageName> [options]
-o, --options Specify the ouput directory -v, --version Specify a version (semver support) -h, --help Show help page -s, --silent Discrete output: will only show prompts -m, --minimal Download only the main file (e.g.: jquery.min.js) -t, --tag Prints out html script/link tags instead of downloading
NOTE the --tag option will only print out tags for .js and .css files.
$ fletch jquery
Downloads latest version of jQuery to current dir
$ fletch jquery -o lib/deps
Downloads latest version of jQuery to the lib/deps/ directory
$ fletch jquery -v "<2"
Downloads a version of jQuery that's lower than 2.0.0
$ fletch jquery -t
Prints out a script tag for every file in the package
Fletch prompts the user when multiple packages have been found
Fletch scans for dependencies and asks you if you want'em.
Will, again, ask you to resolve any conflicts found when looking for dependent files.
If you want to run the tests, you need mocha installed. Please run
$ npm install -g mocha
Then you'll need to pulldown the devdependencies
$ npm install
Now running either
npm test will run the test suite.
If you're rocking vim as a text editor, try running
:r !fletch jquery -mt, and
you'll see a script tag for the latest version of jQuery appear under your
cursor. Sweet huh?