node-migrate is great, but for this: https://github.com/visionmedia/node-migrate/pull/20
npm uninstall -g migrate
npm install -g migraine
- Get back to work
node-migraine will install a different
bin/migrate script, but continue to use the
node-migrate library under the hood. The only difference should be that when a migration passes an error with its callback,
- Save your currently completed position in
- Print the error to the console
- Exit with an error code
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