Installing initr is as easy as running
npm install -g initr.
Currently, you can run initr by simply running
initr in a terminal.
By default initr reads your configuration from
initr.json although you can change this by passing the flag
--configPath and specifying your JSON file.
Your initr.json file can specify script files to run and raw command strings to run. The listed script files are always run before your string commands. The file looks like this:
If you are developing on initr, you will likely want to run the development version of initr for manual testing.
To do this, from your cloned initr directory, just run
npm link and you will now have a global symlink to your development version of initr.
To run the tests, first run
npm install and then
npm test will run the test suite.
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Copyright (c) 2014 Ryan Tablada
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