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@team-supercharge/audit-ci-wrapper
Node.js Package
This package wrappes the result of npm audit and creates a report.
json and text report types currently supported.
Fails with exit code 1 if any package has vulnerabilities that matches the criterias.

NPM version support

This package supports NPM 7 and 8 from 2.0.0. If you want to use it with NPM 6, then install the latest 1.x version.

Running

It can run without installation.
npx @team-supercharge/audit-ci-wrapper

Or can be added to the project.
npx @team-supercharge/audit-ci-wrapper --install
npm install --save-dev @team-supercharge/audit-ci-wrapper
npm run audit

It can be done manually. Install, generate an auditconfig file and add to the project.
npm install --save-dev @team-supercharge/audit-ci-wrapper
npx @team-supercharge/audit-ci-wrapper --generate-config

{
  "scripts": {
    "audit": "npx @team-supercharge/audit-ci-wrapper --config auditconfig.json"
  }
}

npm run audit

Options

usage: @team-supercharge/audit-ci-wrapper [-h] [-c CONFIG] [-gc] [-i] [-q] [-v]

Audit wrapper application for npm.

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -c CONFIG, --config CONFIG
                        The config json file for auditing.
  -gc, --generate-config
                        Generates config file.
  -i, --install         Generates config file and add script to package.json.
  -q, --quiet           Turns off verbose logging.
  -v, --version         show program's version number and exit

Configfile

The schema for the configfile can be found at configschema.json.
| Fieldname | Description | Values | | --- | --- | --- | | severity | Level of severity that makes audit fail. | critical, high, moderate, low | | ignoreDevelopmentDependencies | If true development dependencies will be ignored. | true, false | | reportType | The type of the output. | text, json | | npmExtraParams | Extra parameters can be passed to npm audit, like ['--registry', '<URL>'] | string[] | | whitelist | Object like dependencies of package.json. Key specifies a package name, the value is the whitelisted versions in semver format. | Record<string, string> |

Contribution

To develop run npm install, npm link and npm start. This will run currently compiled version.
To run the test run npm test or npm test:dev to watch for changes.

Release

In order to properly generate changelog and version tags, run npm run release once master is ready for it. Publish action will be triggered when newly created tag is released manually on Github UI.