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grunt-nar

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Create and extract nar archives from Grunt

Getting Started

This plugin requires Grunt ~0.4.2

If you haven't used Grunt before, be sure to check out the Getting Started guide, as it explains how to create a Gruntfile as well as install and use Grunt plugins

Installation

Install nar as global package

$ nar install -g nar

Install the plugin

$ npm install grunt-nar --save-dev

Once the plugin has been installed, it may be enabled inside your Gruntfile with this line of JavaScript:

grunt.loadNpmTasks('grunt-nar')

Usage

Create

grunt.initConfig({
  nar: {
    create: {
      src: 'package.json',
      dest: 'archives/'
    }
  }
})

Extract

grunt.initConfig({
  nar: {
    options: { mode: 'extract' },
    src: 'app-0.1.0.nar',
    dest: 'files/'
  }
})

See Gruntfile for more examples

Options

mode

Type: string Default: create

Define the operation mode. Possible values are: create and extract

For aditional avaiable options, see create and extract supported options in nar

executable

Type: boolean Default: false

Creates an executable binary-like archive

The generated archive will be fully self-contained, which means that node and any runtime dependency will be embedded, and therefore you just can deploy and run it as binary

os

Type: string Default: current os

Specify the target OS for the nar executable. Applied only if the executable options is true

Supported values are: linux, darwin, sunos

arch

Type: string Default: current processor arch

Specify the target processor architecture binary type for the nar executable. Applied only if the executable options is true

Supported values are: x86, x64

node

Type: string Default: current node version

Specify the node.js version to embed in the nar executable. Applied only if the executable options is true

Supported versions must be equal or higher that 0.8.x

License

MIT © Tomas Aparicio