by Chris Klimas, Leon Arnott, Daithi O Crualaoich, Ingrid Cheung, Thomas Michael Edwards, Micah Fitch, Juhana Leinonen, Michael Savich, and Ross Smith
This is a port of Twine to a browser and Electron app. See twinery.org for more info.
The story formats in minified format under
story-formats/ exist in separate
npm install at the top level of the directory to install all goodies.
Working with the documentation requires installing mdbook, which is not a Node-based project. You can either install it directly from the project web site or use your operating system's package manager.
npm start to begin serving a development version of Twine locally. This
server will automatically update with changes you make.
npm run start:electron to run a development version of the Electron app.
Running this can damage files in your Twine storied folder. Take a backup copy
of this folder before proceeding. Most of the app will automatically update as
you work, but if you want the app to read story files initially again, you will
need to restart the process.
To create a release, run
npm run build. Finished files will be found under
dist/. In order to build Windows apps on OS X or Linux, you will need to have
Wine and makensis
installed. A file named
2.json is created under
dist/ which contains
information relevant to the autoupdater process, and is currently posted to
npm test will test the source code respectively.
npm run clean will delete existing files in