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    geopkg

    4.0.3 • Public • Published

    geopkg

    A simple module for tagging your npm modules with latitude and longitude (geotagging) of where on the planet the module was published.

    Build status js-standard-style

    Installation

    npm install geopkg -g
    

    Usage

    Simply run the following command while in the root of your module directory:

    geopkg [command]
    

    The commands are as follows:

    • help - Get help for specific command. Run: geopkg help [command]
    • version - Bump the version and update the coordinates in a single commit
    • update - Updates the current package.json with current coordinates
    • edit - Edit coordinates in package.json by dragging a marker on a map
    • view - Views the coordinates found in package.json in the browser
    • preview - Finds your current location and previews it in the browser

    Help

    Get help for specific command:

    geopkg help [command]
    

    Version

    Bump the version of your npm module and automatically tag it with your current geo-coordinates.

    geopkg version (<newversion> | major | minor | patch | premajor | preminor | prepatch | prerelease) [options]
    

    This will do exactly the same as npm version plus add your current position on planet earth to the package.json file:

    {
      "coordinates": [55.8079696, 12.502925]
    }

    Options:

    • -i - Interactive mode: Modify the location by dragging a pin on a map

    Update

    geopkg update [options]
    

    This will update your package.json file with a coordinates property holding the lat/long coordinates:

    {
      "coordinates": [55.8079696, 12.502925]
    }

    Options:

    • -i - Interactive mode: Modify the location by dragging a pin on a map

    Edit

    To modify the coordinates in package.json, run:

    geopkg edit
    

    This should open up Google Maps zoomed to the coordinates in your favorite browser. You can now just move the marker on the map to the desired location. As soon as you close the browser tab, the location in package.json is updated accordingly.

    View

    You can easily view the coordinates that the module in cwd is tagged with - just run:

    geopkg view
    

    This should open up Google Maps zoomed to the module coordinates in your favorite browser.

    Preview

    To see your current location (regardless of what is written to package.json), run:

    geopkg preview
    

    This should open up Google Maps zoomed to the detected coordinates in your favorite browser.

    License

    MIT

    Install

    npm i geopkg

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    28

    Version

    4.0.3

    License

    MIT

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    Collaborators

    • watson