Sopa is a local package manager. You can imagine it was a local version of bower.
$ npm install sopa -g
To use sopa, the first thing you need to do is setting the components dir use
$ sopa set-dir ~/sopa_components
The dir is a place where store all your packages pull from web.
Now I pull the jQuery from cdnjs (https://cdnjs.com/), for example.
Firstly I search jQuery on cdnjs and copy the static file url. Here I found is a version of
2.1.3 js file -
So I need to pull this file:
$ sopa pull email@example.com@js //cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.3/jquery.min.js
jquery is the package name you defined and
2.1.3 is the version of the package. Note that you are required a file type ( js or *css ).
###Install package Now I need to install jQuery which I'd pulled from cdnjs at current folder.
The last command is the folder you wanna install the static file into.
###List Sometimes you may wanna list what packages you had pull or what version you'd pull. Sopa has a command help you list it:
$ sopa ls vue jquery
If you wanna show what jQuery version you'd pulled, you can:
$ sopa ls jquery 1.11.2 2.1.3
The reason why I create Sopa is my college always limit my data whithin 9 GB per month. Everytime I
bower install or
npm install cost much data. So I made Sopa.
##Sopa It named Sopa, in memory of my idol Aaron Swartz, who againsted SOPA.