This is the (manual) process to update libraries in dispensary:
- Open the release pages of each library. Here is a list:
- On each page, check whether there are newer release versions than what is in
src/libraries.json. Note that some libraries, like react, support several versions, so we need to check each "branch".
- For major upgrades, take a quick look at the code changes
- Add new versions to
npm run update
- Commit and push (Make sure to include
- Tag and release
Here are some commands you can run:
npm run build
This command builds the project.
npm run clean
This command removes the build artifacts.
npm run eslint
npm run prettier
This command runs pretty-quick to automatically compare and format modified source files against the master branch.
npm run prettier-full
This command runs Prettier to automatically format the entire codebase.
npm run prettier-ci
This command runs Prettier and fail if some code has been changed without being formatted.
npm run test
This command builds the project and then runs the test suite (in watch mode).
npm run test-coverage
This command builds the project, runs the test suite and then reports code coverage (codecov).
npm run test-ci
This command runs all checks and is only useful in a CI context.
This command updates the list of release pages in the
README.md file based on the