Bolt module system.
npm install boltjs
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The general philosophy is quick, clean and easy.
Bolt is open source under a BSD style license.
- Latest release: http://dist.boltjs.io/126.96.36.199/bolt-188.8.131.52.tar.gz
- Runtime script: http://dist.boltjs.io/184.108.40.206/bolt.js
- Karma test adapter: http://dist.boltjs.io/220.127.116.11/bolt-karma.js
cd install-dir curl http://dist.boltjs.io/18.104.22.168/bolt-22.214.171.124.tar.gz | tar xfz - sudo ln -s `pwd`/bolt-*/bin/bolt /usr/local/bin/bolt
Or via npm:
npm install -g boltjs
Bolt relies on node.js v0.8+ which can be obtained from http://nodejs.org or your system's package manager.
If you want to run bolt test with karma, you will also
need to install karma:
npm install -g karma.
Bolt is arranged into several modules. All modules can be built and tested very quickly with:
git clone https://github.com/boltjs/bolt.git cd bolt make dist
The distribution tar can then be found in gen/dist/bolt-local.tar.gz, or unpacked in gen/image/bolt-local.
To push a release:
Bolt was initially developed to support products at Ephox.
The library was open-sourced under a BSD License, drawing users, support and improvements from a number of contributors.
The initial developers have since left the employment of Ephox and now maintain this fork