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Verquire-cli: versioned require

Installs Node.js modules for use with verquire.

Getting started

Installation:

npm i -g verquire-cli

This creates a global install of verquire CLI.

Creating verquire directory structure

Create a packages.json file with the spec of modules and their versions you want to install, e.g.:

{
    "mongodb": ["2.0.33", "2.0.30"],
    "async": ["1.0.0", "0.9.0"]
}

Create root directory for module installation:

mkdir ~/_verquire

Run the tool to install modules from spec:

verquire install -s ~/packages.json -e ~/errors.json ~/_verquire

Upon successful completion, you can set VERQUIRE_DIR=~/_verquire environment variable and use the verquire module in your Node applications to load versioned Node.js modules, e.g.:

require('verquire');
var mongo = require('mongodb@2.0.33');

Update package specs

You can update package specifications by adding the latest versions of Node.js modules available on NPM to it. Assuming your ~/packages.json as before, just run:

verquire update-spec -s ~/packages.json -o ~/new_packages.json

The ~/new_packages.json will contain a specification of the same modules as in ~/packages.json, but with the latest version of each module from NPM added.

This is also a good way to bootstrap the first revision of the package spec. Create a ~/packages.json file that lists module names without any version information, e.g.:

{
    "mongodb": [],
    "async": []
}

then run verquire update-spec on it to populate it with the latest versions of these modules from NPM.

Issue Reporting

If you have found a bug or if you have a feature request, please report them at this repository issues section. Please do not report security vulnerabilities on the public GitHub issue tracker. The Responsible Disclosure Program details the procedure for disclosing security issues.

Author

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License

This project is licensed under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.