update-node updates repositories to a new Node.js version.
$ npm install -g update-node
From time to time, when you update to a new version of Node.js, you need to edit a lot of
circle.yml files as well. This is a tedious and time-consuming task.
To simplify this task you can run update-node within the directory that contains all of your repositories. Provide the new Node.js version as a parameter:
$ update-node <version>
Please note that update-node does not automatically commit or push any changes, this is still up to you. This gives you the chance to first review what update-node has done.
To commit and push for all changed repositories, you might want to use forany.
Running the build
To build this module use roboter.
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