stability

Tool to insert node.js style stability messages

npm install stability
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stability

tool to add a stability message to README.

Stability expresses the sort of changes you expect to make to your module.

see node.js stability index

Stability

Stable: Expect patches, possible features additions.

Examples

npm install -g stability

cd your-module

# output what the README would look like with a stability message.

stability stable --dry

# update the README & package.json

stability stable --package --readme

# make a git commit.

stability stable --commit

# update README, package.json and git commit 

stability stable --all

# or...

stability stable -a

Usage

stability STABILITY_LEVEL [options]
options:
-r, --readme    # add stability message to readme.
-p, --package   # add stability message to package.
-c, --commit    # commit stability messages
-a, --all       # all of the above.
-d, --dry       # preview the above changes on stdout only.
                # do not make changes! 
-h, --help      # display this message

Levels of Stability

Defined here

Deprecated

Expect no more changes. Avoid using this module.

Experimental

Expect the unexpected. Please provide feedback on api and your use-case.

Unstable

Expect patches and features, possible api changes.

Stable

Expect patches, possible features additions.

Frozen

Expect only patches. Please do not make feature requests.

Locked

Expect no changes, except serious bugs. Please do not make feature requests.

License

MIT

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