scripts entries to yr package.json file.
OK SO you can use
--save-dev to download modules and save them to yr package.json. But what if you are building a tool that generates stuff for projects and you need to be able to insert a brand new script into an existing thing? Or what if you want to just add a script entry at the command line because you've already been running and re-running the same convoluted test command for hours?!?!
NPM-ADD-SCRIPT IS HERE.
To use as a cli tool, just install it globally! This is most probably what you want if you just want command line manipulation of scripts entries.
npm install -g npm-add-script
--~~===////|||||NPM-ADD-SCRIPT|||||\\\\\===~~-- - add scripts to yr package.json's! Options: -k, --key the name of your script [required] -v, --value your script [required] -h, --help Show help [boolean] -f, --force Override existing script entry [boolean] Examples: npmAddScript -k test -v "node test.js" npmAddScript -k test -v "node test2.js" -f
If you're making some sort of project scaffolding tool or test library or i don't know what you can also call this from node. For example, maybe your library requires a convoluted series of manuevers to work properly, you could automagically add those commands as a scripts entry!
var npmAddScript =// do some stuff related to yr special snowflake of a node module