CLI tool that runs a shell command (serially or in parallel) against all detected local shared dependencies based on the package.json in the current working directory. This is especially useful for npm scripts when using npm to modularize a project. Other related tools that you may find useful:
This module is designed to reduce npm script boilerplate and should be used as a project dev dependency (npm scripts can run locally installed CLI packages).
npm install shared-run --save-dev
...but if you must you can install it globally.
npm install shared-run -g
v1.0.3 (2016-09-12) - Initial release.
shared-run [-p|-parallel] [-np|-noProd] [-d|-dev] [-f|-filter <comma separated module name filter>] [shell command]
Useful for testing, this lists detected local dependencies from the current working directory package.json in sequential execution order. The order is most deeply nested first then reverse order of appearance in package.json.
You can test out the command line switches (and package.json dependency order) by not specifying a shell command. Once you are satisfied with the behaviour you are good to go!
shared-run npm install
This will run npm install with the current working directory set to the dependency folder
cd <dependency folder> && npm install) for each detected local dependency
in sequential execution order.
shared-run uses a fairly naive dependency resolution algorithm. It will handle circular dependencies but the execution order may not suit. If you have use cases for which you would like different behaviour please don't hesistate to log an issue.