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    gitify-dependencies

    1.0.1 • Public • Published

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    CLI tool for replacing node dependencies with their respective git repositories.

    Installation

    npm install -g gitify-dependencies
    

    Usage

    gitify-deps [--options]
    

    Options

    Flag Environment variable Description Allowed values Default value
    --checkout-tags
    -c
    CHECKOUT_TAGS If a dependency is already a git repo, the CLI will just "git checkout" the version specified in npm-shrinkwrap.json. 'yes', 'no' 'no'
    --gitify-url-pattern
    -p
    GITIFY_URL_PATTERN Specify a pattern that gets matched against the package's url.
    Please note, that you must either set this flag or the environment variable!
    none none
    --node-projects-dir
    -d
    NODE_PROJECTS_DIR Set a path which will keep the git repository's data. none $HOME/.gitify

    Idea

    This tool walks through your npm-shrinkwrap.json file and does the following things for every dependency (and it's sub-dependencies):

    1. Clone or update the package's repo in {NODE_PROJECTS_DIR}/{name of the dependency}.
    2. Back up the package's private node_modules directory if present.
    3. Remove any existing package.
    4. Create a new git "workdir" in it's place that shares the same repository as {NODE_PROJECTS_DIR}/{name of the dependency}.
    5. Restore the package's private node_modules.

    In practice you can treat this like a sort of "linked clone" of the original repo. Objects and refs (branches and tags) will be shared between all workdirs, but each one will have it's own working tree, HEAD, and index (staging area). One caveat is that only the git repository is synced, making changes and commiting in one workdir doesn't affect the files in another workdir. Use feature branches

    More information about workdirs:

    Install

    npm i gitify-dependencies

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    Version

    1.0.1

    License

    MIT

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