Appcelerator Common Node Library
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npm install node-appc
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|Version||0.2.2 last updated 7 days ago|
|License||Apache Public License v2|
|Dependencies (15)||adm-zip, async, colors, diff, dox, jade, node-uuid, optimist, request, semver, sprintf, temp, wrench, uglify-js, xmldom|
|Dependents (7)||hyperloop, rapiddev, ti-installr-hook, ti-testflight-hook, ticalabash, titanium, titanium-code-processor|
This is a common library used by Appcelerator Node.js-based software products such as the Titanium CLI.
node-appc requires Node.js 0.8.x or newer.
[sudo] npm install node-appc -g
Running Unit Tests
To run the unit tests, simply run:
node forge test
Running Code Coverage
To generate the code coverage, you first must install node-jscoverage. The easist way to do this is run:
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:visionmedia/node-jscoverage.git cd node-jscoverage ./configure make sudo make install
node forge test-cov
It will generate a file called coverage.html in the node-appc directory.
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