It also contains a handful of command line utility tools for looking inside
ngserve, a simple Norton Guide web server.
This is still a bit of a work-in-progress. It is, in part, my "Hello, World" for getting to know ES6-ish ways of coding, and also seeing what's possible with node (which I've never used before to write CLI tools).
I don't offer this as good ES6 code. I don't offer this as good code at all. At the moment I'm also not really considering taking contributions to the code as this is still a pet project.
Anyone looking for background documentation for the format of Norton Guide files might find my page of documentation about it useful.
lib/jsNG*.js - The main jsNG library code.
See the docs for details on how to use it.
bin/ngabout -- Tool to get the credits for one or more Norton Guide files.
bin/ngdir -- Simple tool to show a directory of Norton Guide files. Shows
the name, the type and the title of each guide.
bin/ngserve -- Simple Norton Guide database server. By default it serves
all of the guides named on the command line
bin/ng2html -- Simple tool for turning a Norton Guide file into a
collection of HTML files.
The top level directory contains a
Makefile. The most useful targets are:
make tests -- Runs a simple test (found in
test/) to ensure some of the
core functions of jsNG are working fine.
make dump -- Runs
bin/ngdump on a test guide.
make dir -- Runs
bin/ngdir on the test guides.
make about -- Runs
bin/ngabout on a test guide.
make serve -- Runs
bin/ngserve on the test guides.