Contains bare minimum commandline interface (< 100Kb) for using the IzyWare application platform. Checkout https://izyware.com for more information.
If you are using npm (the Node.js package manager) always ensure that your npm is up-to-date by running:
npm update -g npm
npm install -g izy
This will put the
izy command in your system path, allowing it to be run from any directory.
If you do not have npm or you would rather install the tool locally just download the .zip file from https://izyware.com or clone the git repository.
NOTE: The tool requires stable Node.js versions >= 2.0.0.
USING THE TOOL
If you have installed the tool using npm,
izy will be in your system path and can be run fom any directory. Try:
For non npm installations (i.e. downloading the zip file), on windows, use ldo.bat file. On all other platforms (Mac, Unix, etc.) use ldo.sh
So on MacOS or Linux try:
On Windows based platform use:
Module Path Resolution
When an izy command is run from the command line that will have a loadmodule (ldmod) statement, the platform will try to locate the module on the system by searching the local file system for installed Izy packages in the paths defined in thirdparty/config/kernel/extstores/file.js (
Module Resolution Paths).
When customizing these in the
thirdparty/config/kernel/extstores/file.js, if you decide to use a relative path (i.e. the rel: prefix) please remember that they are relative to the
Anchor Path/modtask of the 'izy' command process.
To see the current
Anchor Path and
Module Resolution Paths configuration, type:
These instructions do not install any packages beyond the command line interface. To recieve help about installing additional packages try the following from the commandline:
or just visit https://izyware.com
This package was auto-generated using the
codegen/console/template module from the raw command line interface. To republish, use the build tool to auto generate the package.