node package manager


gitstrap ========


build status

A basic structure to start a JS project.

The idea behind is to have it somewhere updated locally, then when it's time to create a new repo simply cp -rf ~/code/gitstrap/* ~/code/newrepo and then start creating amazing stuff with a folder already set up to build and easily test stuff.

# install dependencies
make dependencies

# generic JS variable
make var

# node.js
make node

# AMD module
make amd

# all together plus tests via node.js

# test only
make test

# via npm
npm test

# test via web (click on the generated url)
make web

# jshint
make test

# update pages test
make pages

Latter one requires a gh-pages branch