Reggie CLI is a stripped down version of node-reggie by github user mbrevoort. Reggie is great, but it is no longer working on new versions of node. We have old versions of the reggie server running on some box, but we want to upgrade node on our dev environments and not get dtrace install errors on the reggie CLI. This package simply aims to fix that aspect by splitting out the reggie cli part of the reggie package.
If installed globally, from within the root directory of an NPM module:
$ reggie-cli -u http://<host:port> publish$ reggie-cli -u http://127.0.0.1:8080 publish
The Reggie client just
npm packs your module and
PUTs it to
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