A little node-webkit / nw.js application that attempts to answer the infamous question of "Whoa... when did I fall asleep?" by telling you when you last closed your Macbook lid or when your Mac last fell asleep after being idle for a while.
Actually, I lied. It's not that little. Because it relies on the nw.js runtime, it's like 98MB with the runtime bundled. Sigh.
Sleep has its own project page!
Download the Mac OS X DMG. Only available for 64-bit Macs.
Playing with the source
You'll need to make sure you have nw.js installed.
npm install nw -g
The actual nw.js / node-webkit app is located in the
/app directory. The root directory encapsulates the
/app directory to provide build tools to actually compile the app.
You'll want to make sure you do
npm install in both the root directory and the
From the root directory:
To build, do from the root directory of the repo:
It'll build sleep.app, targeting OS X 32-bit and 64-bit. You'll find the resulting .app files in
Building the DMG
Once the app's been packaged, we'll want to build the DMG. Make sure you have
npm install -g appdmg
appdmg dmgConfig.json webkitbuilds/sleep.dmg
And your DMG will end up in webkitbuilds/. In the future, consider adding this as a grunt task in the gruntfile.
- Right now it'll refresh every 5 minutes. But, it'd be nicer if it could detect when the machine comes out of sleep and refresh