|Install dependencies, cache them for faster GitHub Actions builds.
|Basic unit testing boilerplate and runs on GitHub Actions.
|Statically analyzes your code to find unused code, etc.
|Publishes your package whenever you bump your package version in elm.json on your default branch (
master). It won't publish 1.0.0 for you, but it will release subsequent versions automatically.
- Replace this with a nice readme (see this guide for designing Elm packages and writing nice docs/READMEs: https://github.com/dillonkearns/idiomatic-elm-package-guide)
- Find all instances of replaceme in this repo and replace them
- Add a file called
LICENSEto the top-level folder. This is required to publish an Elm package. The most common and recommended license for open source Elm packages is BSD-3.
- Publish version 1.0.0 (you have to start at V1 with Elm packages). Run
elm publishfrom the root folder of this repo when you're all ready, and it will walk you through the process!