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Version 0.6.1

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# History #
+## 0.6.1 / 2011-06-12 ##
+
+ - Adding support for jetpack via `--cache-path ./` property.
+
## 0.6.0 / 2011-06-09 ##
- Fix bug in read url (big files can be read now).
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"install": "graphquire --clean --write"
}
+### Jetpack ###
+
+You can use `graphquire` with jetpack, either via command line or npm's install
+script. In both cases command to execute is following:
+
+ graphquire --clean --write --cache-path ./
+
+If you'd like to use with jetpack via npm just follow nodejs instructions but
+modify install script:
+
+ "scripts": {
+ "install": "graphquire --clean --write --cache-path ./"
+ }
+
### Browser ###
-There is experimental browser based module loader
+There is experimental module loader
[teleport](https://github.com/Gozala/teleport/blob/experimental/npm-1.x.x/teleport.js)
-that can load modules from both relative and absolute ids. This way packages
-that don't depend on engine specific functionality can be shared among browser
-nodejs and very soon with jetpack.
+allowing you to load all this modules in the browser.
### CLI ###
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{
"name": "graphquire",
"id": "graphquire",
- "version": "0.6.0",
+ "version": "0.6.1",
"description": "module graph builder and installer.",
"keywords": [ "dependencies", "graph", "modules", "require", "linker" ],
"author": "Irakli Gozalishvili <rfobic@gmail.com>",

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