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@culturehq/scripts

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CultureHQ's CLI toolbox for JavaScript projects.

Usage

You install this module as a dev dependency in your package, as in:

yarn add --dev @culturehq/scripts

From there you can invoke any of the scripts listed in src/scripts by running chq-scripts [script]. You can add these to your package.json by adding to the scripts key, as in:

{
  "scripts": {
    "lint": "chq-scripts lint",
    "test": "chq-scripts test"
  }
}

The scripts themselves are listed below:

lint

Runs eslint with the @culturehq/eslint-config base configuration.

If you want to override the configuration, you can do all of the normal eslint config patterns of either creating a .eslintrc file, a .eslintrc.js file, putting a eslintConfig prop in your package.json, or passing the --config flag on the command line.

To make sure you're extending the config for this project, make sure you add extends: ["@culturehq"] to your config. If there are conflicts with your version of eslint, it's possible this config will be nested under the @culturehq/scripts directory, in which case you would need to add extends: ["./node_modules/@culturehq/scripts/node_modules/@culturehq/eslint-config"] to your config.

test

Runs jest with a pre-built configuration from src/config/jestConfig.js.

If you need to do something special at the beginning of the tests, chq-scripts supports adding a setupTests.js file at the root of the repository which will be automatically run before jest starts.

Development

Ensure you have node and yarn installed on your system. Then run yarn in the root of the repository to install the dependencies. Tests are run with yarn test and linting is run with yarn lint.

Contributing

Bug reports and pull requests are welcome on GitHub at https://github.com/CultureHQ/scripts.

License

The code is available as open source under the terms of the MIT License.

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