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sfco-timestamper

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Timestamper

Timestamper

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About

Do you lose sleep over the thought of going a day without contributing to a repo? Does the thought of seeing a blank square on your GitHub contribution grid fill you with existential dread? If so, Timestamper is for you! With a single command, Timestamper adds and commits a meaningless update to a predetermined repository.

Is midnight approaching and you haven't made any contributions today? Not a problem, simply invoke the timestamper command and rest easy knowing that your contribution grid will remain a sea of competent green (just hope that no one looks too closely at what in particular you're contributing).

Installation

npm install --g sfco-timestamper

Once installed, the timestamper command becomes globally available.

Setup

timestamper requires a repository (repoPath) and target file (dumpFile) in order to work correctly.

By default, timestamper will attempt to find/update timetamper-dump/DUMP.md in the current user's home directory. In order to provide alternative values for the repoPath and/or the dumpFile, invoke timestamper --init and follow the instructions provided.

Please note that the folder located at repoPath must be a git repository.

Usage

Initialization

To create a configuration file, invoke timestamper --init.

$ timestamper --init // Creates a configuration file at ~/.config/configstore/sfco-timestamper.json

Default

After the module has been initialization and configured, invoke the timestamper command to add a commit to the target repo.

$ timestamper // Updates and commits <repoPath>/<dumpFile>

Force

By default, timestamper can only be invoked once a day. However, additional commits may be added by invoking timestamper --force.

$ timestamper --force // Adds and commits additional updates to <repoPath>/<dumpFile>

Documentation

Currently, Timestamper does not include any external documentation.

For an overview of the project's evolution, please consult the CHANGELOG.

Contributing

Contributing Overview

Issues and proposed enhancements are welcome!

Code Style

ESlint and editorconfig are used to enforce consistent code style and formatting. Please ensure that both of these tools are available within your IDE.

Testing

Whoops, Timestamper doesn't ship with any tests. Want to add some? Spin up an issue!.

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Install

npm i sfco-timestamper

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0.2.1

License

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