Runtime configuration loader
Idea inspired from dominictarr/rc
$ npm install runtime-configuration
rc = require "runtime-configuration"rc "npm"consolelog config unless err
rc = require "runtime-configuration"rc "npm" registry: ""consolelog configregistry unless err
rc = require "runtime-configuration"rc "npm"return if err?@set "registry"""@save "ini"consolelog "Configuration successfully saved!"
Given your application name, rc will look in all the obvious places for configuration.
--config filethen from that file
All configuration sources that where found will be flattened into one object, so that sources earlier in this list override later ones.
Add specs for any new or changed functionality.
npm run-script generate-doc
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