Make with all your local npm modules
Make is a great tool for automating builds and running interdependant tasks.
make is always preceeded by the
./configure hassle of
assembling all your dependencies.
npmake allows you to describe your Makefile targets using binaries
distributed as npm modules. You just have to include them in your
devDependencies and npmake will do the rest.
npm install -g npmake
This will run the Makefile in the current working directory
$ npmake test
This will run the
test target from the local Makefile
$ npmake -B
Make all targets, regardless of their last modified date
You can get the exhaustive documentation of
npmake as well) with
the following command
$ man make
You need make installed on your system.
In the future,
npmake may be able to automatically install it.
You also need npm available on your system, obviously
You can run the tests with
npm test. written with mocha
Anyone is welcome to submit issues and pull requests
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