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    1.4.4 • Public • Published

    Snow

    Simple cli for :

    • updating the package id in cordova config.xml file

    • updating the version in cordova config.xml file

    • updating the application name in cordova config.xml file

    • getting the version from cordova config.xml file

    • getting the package id from cordova config.xml file

    • getting the application name from cordova config.xml file

    in a cordova mobile repo

    Installing

    npm install -g make-it-snow
    

    Usage

    • For the package id update :
    snow package <APP_IDENTIFIER>
    

    or

    snow p <APP_IDENTIFIER>
    

    This command will replace the package id in your config.xml file with the specified APP_IDENTIFIER.

    • For the version update :
    snow version <APP_VERSION>
    

    or

    snow v <APP_VERSION>
    

    This command will replace the version in your config.xml file with the specified APP_VERSION.

    • For the app name update :
    snow name <APP_NAME>
    

    or

    snow n <APP_NAME>
    

    This command will replace the application name in your config.xml file with the specified APP_NAME.

    • For the package get :
    snow get-package
    

    or

    snow gp
    

    This command will return as an output the current package id present in the config.xml.

    • For the version get :
    snow get-version
    

    or

    snow gv
    

    This command will return as an output the current version present in the config.xml.

    • For the name get :
    snow get-name
    

    or

    snow gn
    

    This command will return as an output the current app name present in the config.xml.

    snow also accepts (applicable to all commands listed above) a --dir or -d option where -d stands for --dir, which can be used to specify the directory path of the config.xml in case of it is not present in the current repo.

    Example :

    snow v 2.0.0 -d src/main/app
    

    Development

    You will need node/yarn installed on your machine.

    Installing dependencies:

    yarn
    

    Once you have dependencies installed you can do

    yarn start
    

    This will watch for changes and build the application in the build directory.

    Tests

    Running tests is easy:

    yarn test
    

    Or in watch mode:

    yarn run watch-test
    

    Publishing

    If you have the right to publish, once a new version is created simply do:

    yarn build
    cd build
    npm publish
    
    

    Install

    npm i make-it-snow

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    9

    Version

    1.4.4

    License

    none

    Unpacked Size

    31.2 kB

    Total Files

    29

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    • mlou