To watch for files:
Before committing changes, compile the dist:
Installation in consumer app
yarn add shibori or
npm install shibori
see also: the operations doc section on Rails
There's a legacy branch with shibori 3.x, which relied on Bourbon and Neat and is still used in elements.
Development alongside Rails
The Rails app must be npm-able. You can
link to the local repo of shibori using the file designation in your
see also: the operations doc
Pattern lab docs
Release new version
Note: there is more than one way to do this, just please make sure tags are created in git and pushed to GitHub
$ bin/release major|minor|patch
- Make sure you have run and committed
npm version <type>where type is
npm publish(you must be an collaborator of Shibori on npmjs.com
git push --follow-tags
You can then document the release via the tags list.
Copyright Heroku 2017. All rights reserved.