Tools used to maintain and test Node.js repositories in the GoogleCloudPlaftorm organization.

Downloads in past


4703.3.04 years ago6 years agoMinified + gzip package size for @google-cloud/nodejs-repo-tools in KB


A tool used to maintain and test repositories in the GoogleCloudPlatform organization.
Table of contents
Available build packs Adding a build pack


Via npm:
  1. npm install -g @google-cloud/nodejs-repo-tools
  2. repo-tools --help

Via download (Linux):
  1. curl -O https://storage.googleapis.com/cloud-docs-samples/releases/latest/nodejs-repo-tools-linux
  2. mv ./nodejs-repo-tools-linux $HOME/bin/repo-tools
  3. chmod +x $HOME/bin/repo-tools

Via download (Mac):
  1. curl -O https://storage.googleapis.com/cloud-docs-samples/releases/latest/nodejs-repo-tools-macos
  2. mv ./nodejs-repo-tools-macos $HOME/bin/repo-tools
  3. chmod +x $HOME/bin/repo-tools

Via download (Windows):
Download link

CLI usage

Usage: repo-tools --help or tools --help
  exec                  Run a given command in /Users/jdobry/projects/nodejs-repo-tools.
  generate <targets..>  Generate the given target(s) in /Users/jdobry/projects/nodejs-repo-tools.
  test                  Run a test sub-command.
  unify                 (Node.js only) Recursively add sub-directory dependencies to the top-level package.json file.

  --build-pack, -b  Choices: nodejs, python, ruby. Detected: nodejs. The build pack to use. The tool will attempt to
                    detect which build to use.                                                                  [string]
  --local-path, -l  Current: /Users/jdobry/projects/nodejs-repo-tools. Use this option to set the current working
                    directory of the command.                                                                   [string]
  --dry-run         Default: false. Print the actions that would be taken, but don't actually do anything.     [boolean]
  --silent          Default: false. If true, hide the output of shell commands.                                [boolean]
  --help            Show help                                                                                  [boolean]
  --version         Show version number                                                                        [boolean]

For more information, see https://github.com/GoogleCloudPlatform/nodejs-repo-tools

Programmatic usage

  1. Install the tool:
npm install --save @google-cloud/nodejs-repo-tools
  1. Then in your code:
const tools = require('@google-cloud/nodejs-repo-tools');`

Language support

Support for various programming languages is added via build packs. A build pack specifies language-specific config and commands that should be used when performing the various Repo Tools tasks. Repo Tools does its best to infer the build pack it should use, but when running a command to can specify a specific build pack with --build-pack [BUILD_PACK] or -b [BUILD_PACK].

Available build packs

  • global - The default, global configuration for all build packs.
  • nodejs - Build pack for the Node.js programming language.
  • python - Build pack for the Python programming language.
  • ruby - Build pack for the Ruby programming language.

Adding a build pack

A build pack can be added by adding a .js file to the src/buildpacksbuildpacks directory. This file should export a JavaScript object. You can see the available options by perusing the existing build packs.




Apache Version 2.0