You may install nodify either using git or npm.
$ npm install nodify
The command "nodify" can then be used to launch the IDE. The only requirements are node and npm.
$ git clone http://github.com/past/nodify.git
Then you can run nodify like this:
You must have already downladed and installed node, connect, nStore and node-inspector.
In order to debug your node programs you need to use Google Chrome. This is a requirement from node-inspector that provides the debugging functionality. Also, for a better user experience you should enable popups from 127.0.0.1 in the browser's preferences. Furthermore, node itself must be compiled with the --debug configuration option.
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