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scriptappy-from-jsdoc

0.7.0 • Public • Published

scriptappy-from-jsdoc

Generate a Scriptappy definition from your JSDoc.

Instructions on how to use jsdoc can be found on the project's homepage.

See nodejs example

Install

npm install scriptappy-from-jsdoc

Usage

CLI

scriptappy-from-jsdoc

Options:
  --glob             Glob pattern for source files                                                               [array]
  -c, --config       Path to config file                                                        [string] [default: null]
  -p, --package      Path to package.json                                                                       [string]
  -x                 Output to stdout                                                         [boolean] [default: false]
  -j, --jsdoc        Path to jsdoc-json file                                                                    [string]
  -o, --output.file  File to write to                                                                           [string]
  -w, --watch        Watch for file changes                                                   [boolean] [default: false]
  -h, --help         Show help                                                                                 [boolean]
  -v, --version      Show version number                                                                       [boolean]

Running scriptappy-from-jsdoc without any arguments will use the default values.

npx scriptappy-from-jsdoc

More options can be set through a config file:

npx scriptappy-from-jsdoc -c path/to/config.js

Configuration

module.exports = {
  glob: ['./src/**/*.js'], // globby patterns to source files
  package: './package.json', // path to package.json
  api: { // info about the generated API
    name: /* string */,
    description: /* string */,
    version: /* string */,
    license: /* string */,
    stability: /* 'experimental' | 'stable' | 'locked' */,
  },
  output: {
    diffOnly: false, // set to true to write to file only when API has changed
    file: 'spec.json', // file to write to
  },
  jsdoc: /* string | object */, // location of jsdoc-json file, or a jsdoc configuration object
  spec: {
    validate: true, // set to false to skip validation against schema, set to 'diff' to validate only when API has changed
  },
  parse: {
    tags: {
      include: undefined, // an array of white listed tags, e.g. ['committer']
      exclude: undefined, // an array of black-listed tags (not used if 'include' is an array), e.g. ['owner']
    },
    filter(doclet) { return true; },// filter out doclets
    rules: {
      'no-unknown-types': 1,
      'no-missing-types': 1,
      'no-multi-return': 1,
      'no-unknown-stability': 2,
      'no-duplicate-references': 1,
      'no-untreated-kinds': 1,
      'no-default-exports-wo-name': 1,
      'no-unknown-promise': 1,
    }
  }
}

Rules

Parsing rules work a lot like eslint rules and are meant to warn/error when weirds things are found in the jsdoc comments.

More details on rules.

Generating definition from a JSDoc-JSON file

scriptappy-from-jsdoc will by default create a jsdoc-json file on the fly using the specified glob pattern. If you already have a jsdoc-json file, you can pass that in in two ways:

Pipe output from jsdoc to scriptappy-from-jsdoc

npx jsdoc src -r -X | scriptappy-from-jsdoc

npx jsdoc src -r generates documentation from files found in ./src and its subfolders.

-X flag writes jsdoc-json to stdout, which is then piped to scriptappy-from-jsdoc.

Use scriptappy-from-jsdoc as template

npx jsdoc src -r -t scriptappy-from-jsdoc

-tspecifies scriptappy-from-jsdoc as the output template for jsdoc.

Install

npm i scriptappy-from-jsdoc

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