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force-cli

39.14.0 • Public • Published

Introduction

This package is a Node.js implementation of the force-cli. It integrates with the Heroku Toolbelt.

Installing the Latest Stable Version

  1. Install the heroku toolbelt: https://toolbelt.heroku.com/
  2. Run heroku plugins:install force-cli-dev (confirm success with heroku plugins)

Getting Started as a Dev

  1. Install Node.js. If you are on the mac, please use Homebrew and execute brew install node. Ensure that you have version > 6.2.0.
  2. Install typescript and gulp by doing npm install -g gulp-cli
  3. Check out this repository using git clone git@git.soma.salesforce.com:DevTools/force-cli.git
  4. Change to the directory where you checked out the code
  5. If you want to resolve the salesforce-alm-dev module from a local path execute npm link ../<path-to-force-com-toolbelt>
  6. Execute npm install
  7. To build, execute gulp test
  8. To install the plugin to Toolbelt, execute heroku plugins:link .

Running Tests

  1. Unit tests: gulp test
  2. Integration tests: gulp test -i --instance=<instance> --username=<username> --password=<password>
  3. Specific tests: gulp test --grep=<test name pattern> [-i] [--instance=<instance> --username=<username> --password=<password>]
  4. All tests: gulp test --instance=<instance> --username=<username> --password=<password>

Notes

  1. To debug integration tests, you have to pass in the login credentials as environment variables like so: FORCE_CLI_TEST_INTEGRATION=true FORCE_CLI_TEST_INSTANCE= FORCE_CLI_TEST_USERNAME= FORCE_CLI_TEST_PASSWORD= mocha --debug-brk dist/test/integration/integrationTest.js

Install

npm i force-cli

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39.14.0

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