like "npm link" but maybe easier or something.
npm install linken
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|Version||0.2.0 last updated a year ago|
|Keywords||npm, link, symlink|
|Dependencies||rimraf, nopt, mkdirp, semver|
npm linkbut maybe easier or something.
Instead of linking in-development projects globally (npm link), then linking them into another project (npm link projectname), just link them directly to the other project with explicit symlinks. Usage: linken dest [dest [...]] --src somepath [--src somepath [...]] --src Directory containing one or more in-development projects. These projects are linked into the dest projects node_modules dirs. --unlink Instead of linking, unlink. --debug A lot more output. --help This help screen. --version The version. An example: linken /dev/repos/*/ --src /dev/repos Link any "src" repos (subdirectories of /dev/repos) into each project matched by /dev/repos/*/. In this case, every subdirectory of /dev/repos. This would also work: cd /dev/repos; linken */ --src .
0.2.0 - 2012-10-10 - Now resolves module version conflicts. Works as a lib. Unit tests. Yay.
0.1.0 - 2012-10-09 - Initial release.