Adds symlinks to the node_modules dir to fix component require() calls

npm install add-component-symlinks
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Why? Cause there's some good, generic and reusable "component" code out there, but the require() calls in component don't quite match up to the calls in NodeJS.


Install the add-component-symlinks executable via npm:

$ npm install -g add-component-symlinks

CLI Examples

The add-component-symlinks executable traverses the node_modules dir and looks inside the installed modules for a component.json file. If a component.json file is found, then a symlink with the component name is added inside the node_modules directory.

$ npm install

$ add-component-symlinks

$ ls -l node_modules/
total 4
drwxr-xr-x 11 nrajlich staff 374 Feb 10 16:26 component-matches-selector/
lrwxr-xr-x  1 nrajlich staff  26 Feb 10 16:33 matches-selector -> component-matches-selector/
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