Node.js packaging utility
Install NPK globally via NPM:
npm install npk -g
Using command to pack your project:
After packaging, NPK will create a new folder
out for package. You can find out the package in there:
Finally, you can run packaged application directly:
NPK has special and funny options for three levels for packaging your project.
Remove Mock-up (default)
npk [project path]
Mom doesn't recognize
npk [project path] --mom-doesnt-recognize
Dad doesn't recognize
At this level, NPK is packaging your project with C/C++ compiler, to generate a Node.js native module.
npk [project path] --dad-doesnt-recognize
Note that the third level will attempt to compile all things with machine code then saving as a binary file. It means packed application is not going to work on cross-platform. If you need to support several various platform for your project, it must re-package you application on specific platform what you want.
Generating Node.js native module requires C/C++ compiler and Python development. You must install Visual Studio(Express version is fine) and Python 2.7(NOT 3.x) before using "Dad doesn' recognize" option.
Licensed under the MIT License
Copyright(c) 2013 Fred Chien <firstname.lastname@example.org>