Newtonian Physics Mockumentary

    gd-backup

    1.1.3 • Public • Published

    gdn23

    Automated Google Drive Backup 1.1.3

    GD backs up your google drive account into a zip file

    How to setup the project

    Tested for node 6.3.1 and npm 3.10.5

    From git:

     
    # clone project 
    git@github.com:mousemke/gd.git
     
    # go into folder 
    cd gd
     
    # install the npm modules 
    npm i
     
    # edit config.js and add your account info.  In whatever editor you like 
     
    # run tests 
    npm test
     
    # start server 
    npm run serve

    From npm:

    # clone project 
    npm i -D gd-backup
     
    # go into folder 
    cd node_modules/gd
     
    # install the npm modules 
    npm i
     
    # edit config.js and add your account info.  In whatever editor you like 
     
    # run tests 
    npm test
     
    # start server 
    npm run serve

    Scripts

    npm scripts description
    npm run serve starts the dev server at http://localhost:16666
    npm run lint runs eslint for code and code style issues
    npm run lintFix runs eslint for code and code style issues, fixes minor issues
    npm test runs only linters (for now)

    Issues

    Please report issues here.

    (1.) add any specific information that can help to reproduce and resolve the bug.
    • What did you do, when the bug appeared.
    • Node, NPM, + version number
    • OS
    (2.) Add a label to the issue, if possible.
    • critical -> needs fix right away (like broken build, blocks development)
    • bug -> needs fix
    • issue -> small bug, does not affect anything (small bug in UI, design issue)
    • feature -> feature request
    • question -> needs discussion
    • docs -> needs documentation
    • help wanted -> need help with implementation or fixing bug

    Contributing

    Branch structure:

    master - latest stable git repo. Auto deploys to live (when applicable)

    stage - stable git repo release candidate. no dist files commited. auto deploys to stage (when applicable)

    dev - current development branch. This is where feature branches should branch from

    feature branches - these branches come from dev, are branched for a specific geature or bug, then get merged back into dev

    Check here for more detailed instructions

    Thank you <3

    This project adheres to the Contributor Covenant. By participating, you are expected to honor this code.

    GD - Code of Conduct

    Change log:

    1.1.3

    • readme changes
    • dependencies cleaned

    1.1.2

    • documentation and publishing info changes

    1.1.0

    • initial commit

    Install

    npm i gd-backup

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    6

    Version

    1.1.3

    License

    MIT

    Last publish

    Collaborators

    • mousemke