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#!/usr/bin/env node
import { resolve } from 'path'
import parseArgs from 'minimist'
import Server from '../server'
const argv = parseArgs(process.argv.slice(2), {
alias: {
h: 'help',
H: 'hostname',
p: 'port'
},
boolean: ['h'],
string: ['H'],
default: { p: 3000 }
})
if (argv.hostname === '') {
console.error(`> Provided hostname argument has no value`)
process.exit(1)
}
if (argv.help) {
console.log(`
Description
Starts the application in production mode.
The application should be compiled with \`next build\` first.
Usage
$ next start <dir> -p <port>
<dir> is the directory that contains the compiled dist folder
created by running \`next build\`.
If no directory is provided, the current directory will be assumed.
You can set a custom dist folder in config https://github.com/zeit/next.js#custom-configuration
Options
--port, -p A port number on which to start the application
--hostname, -H Hostname on which to start the application
--help, -h Displays this message
`)
process.exit(0)
}
const dir = resolve(argv._[0] || '.')
const srv = new Server({ dir })
srv.start(argv.port, argv.hostname)
.then(() => {
if (!process.env.NOW) {
console.log(`> Ready on http://${argv.hostname ? argv.hostname : 'localhost'}:${argv.port}`)
}
})
.catch((err) => {
console.error(err)
process.exit(1)
})