A module dependency version policing tool. It goes through all your repositories on github which has package.json. Then it analyzes the dependencies and reports back to you about all the outdated packages.
It also can suggest corrections to your package.json file in certain cases.
Install police globally from npm registry by typing the following command
npm install police -g
For the first time after you installed police, you need to authenticate yourself to github. This is a one-time step
Note: We will not save your github password anywhere. A token which we acquire during
the authentication will be used thereafter. And it will be saved in a file with permissions
# To police your module dependencies police # To police a particular module (You should give the repository name) police octonode # To police another user/org module dependencies police -u flatiron # To police a particular module of another user/org (You should give the repository name) police flatiron/plates # To police a local module or package.json file police -l ~/octonode police -l ~/octonode/package.json # To continue checking even though errors are encountered police -u flatiron -f
The token which we acquied during auth will be stored in
$HOME/.policeconf. If you want to use another config file
police octonode --conf /etc/policeconf police octonode --conf ~/.conf
If you want to destory your token, you can use
police -d police --destroy
Calling police with help option will display all the above
police -h police --help
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Here is a list of Contributors
- Proxy support
- Option to isolate dependency checking and suggestions
- Support multiple npm registries (custom)
- Display progress bar instead of listing the dependencies (use charm)
- Caching package.json blobs per commit
- Start using octonode module
- Command for setting and deleting configurations
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Pavan Kumar Sunkara (firstname.lastname@example.org)