npm i -D vile retire vile-retire
The config is one to one with (most of) retire's
-- style CLI options.
retire: config: package: true node: true js: true dropexternal: true nocache: true jspath: "sompath" nodepath: "somepath" path: "somepath" jsrepo: "..." noderepo: "..." proxy: "http://..." ignorefile: "somepath/.retireignore"
Since RetireJS actually might want to scan some directories you would
otherwise ignore, such as
node_modules, you can only configure that
as part of the config section:
retire: config: ignore: - one - two
This list will be mapped to the
You can also use
.retireignore as the
retire CLI will pick it up.
With what this plugin offers, the
allow list is not really needed.
--path|nodepath|jspath config options, if need be.
This project uses Semver.
This project is licensed under the MPL-2.0 license.
Any contributions made to this project are made under the current license.
Current list of Contributors.
Any contributions are welcome and appreciated!
All you need to do is submit a Pull Request.
- Please consider tests and code quality before submitting.
- Please try to keep commits clean, atomic and well explained (for others).
Current issue tracker is on GitHub.
Even if you are uncomfortable with code, an issue or question is welcome.
Code Of Conduct
By participating in this project you agree to our Code of Conduct.
- Brent Lintner - @brentlintner
binhouses any shell based scripts
srcis es6+ syntax compiled with Babel
libgenerated js library
cd vile-retire npm install npm install retire npm run dev npm test