This command keeps npm dependencies up-to-date by making pull-requests from CI.
For example: https://github.com/gfx/ci-npm-update/pull/13
This is inspired by circleci-bundle-update-pr.
npm install --save-dev ci-npm-update
This command is designed to be executed by CI nightly builds.
GITHUB_ACCESS_TOKEN environment to make a pull-request to github repositories,
and set SSH keys to push to the repos from CI.
If the CI environment has no git configuration, also set
to commit patches in CI.
export GITHUB_ACCESS_TOKEN=... export GIT_USER_NAME=gfx export GIT_USER_EMAILfirstname.lastname@example.org
ci-npm-update runs in dry-run mode. Set
--execute to make pull-requests.
If you only run it in dry-run mode, no configuration is required:
# run in dry-run mode: ci-npm-update
If you want to make pull-requests in your local machine, use
# envchain is recommended envchain --set github GITHUB_ACCESS_TOKEN # run: envchain github ci-npm-update --execute
--list is provided to list dependencies with short descriptions, intended for sanity check in development.
npm run setup
Easy test command in dry-run mode:
npm run build && envchain github node bin/ci-npm-update
If you want to setup heroku schedulers, there's a template for it:
To test it, run the following command:
heroku run './build-circleci'
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