Update a package.json based on globally stored preferences.
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What does updater-package do?
Most updaters do one specific thing. This updater updates
package.json in the current working directory using normalize-pkg.
Installing the CLI
updater-package from the command line, you'll need to install Update globally first. You can do that now with the following command:
$ npm install --global update
This adds the
update command to your system path, allowing it to be run from any directory.
Install this module with the following command:
$ npm install --global updater-package
Make sure your work is committed, then run the updater's
default task with the following command:
$ update package
What will happen?
$ update package command, this updater's
default task will update the package.json in the current working directory using the default settings and schema in normalize-pkg.
Learn how to automatically run this updater with the
Visit the documentation for tasks.
- fixes how contributors are updated to ensure that any existing contributors (on the package.json contributors array) are retained and merged with the contributors from github's API
- fixes package.json license when an invalid value exists (from an old bug that has been fixed in verb)
- updater-eslint: Update a
.eslintrc.jsonfile based on a template and preferences. This updater can be used… more | homepage
- updater-license: Update the copyright statement and year in a MIT
LICENSEfile. | homepage
- updater-travis: Update .travis.yml based on preferences. | homepage
Pull requests and stars are always welcome. For bugs and feature requests, please create an issue.
Running and reviewing unit tests is a great way to get familiarized with a library and its API. You can install dependencies and run tests with the following command:
$ npm install && npm test
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