Wildcat is under development. It should be ready soon.
Wildcat installation comes in two steps. The first is to install Wildcat and its command line utilities using:
sudo npm install -g wildcat
Since Wildcat relies heavily on a number of external utilities, there will probably be some additional installation required. The command
wildcat-install will try its best to detect your OS and package manager and install them for you. Inspect the output of
wildcat-install before running the following command!! It is a blunt instrument that will install a bunch of packages you may or may not want.
wildcat-install | sudo /bin/sh
Wildcat is built on OSX and steeped in Unix philosophy. At this point, the likelyhood of it running under Windows is slim to none.
cd /usr/local/lib/node_modules/wildcat cd test bin/rebuildTestData.sh mocha -R nyan test-*.js
rebuildTestData.sh will fill test/data with some generated media files which are essential for test. Without it, a lot of tests will fail. Also, it should be notes that the tests are quite slow, so if you're getting a bunch of timeout errors, you should try increasing Mocha's timeout with
-t 4000 or more.