uptodate

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    uptodate

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    A CLI tool to update dependencies in your package.json.

    Installation

    npm install -g uptodate
    

    Usage

    Usage: uptodate [OPTIONS]
    
      It opens a package.json and checks its dependencies/devDependencies.
      If there are out-dated packages, it updates them and rewrites the package.json
      Lastly, it takes changelogs from GitHub if is possible, and shows summary of
      them in a browser.
    
    Options:
      -h, --help            Print this text.
      -v, --version         Print the version number.
      --ignore <NAMES>      Ignore package names (comma separated).
      --no-save             Don't rewrite package.json.
      --no-show-changelog   Don't show changelogs in a browser.
    

    Example

    uptodate
    
    uptodate --ignore foo,bar,yay --no-show-changelog
    

    Node API

    var uptodate = require("uptodate");
    

    uptodate(options, callback)

    It opens a package.json and checks its dependencies/devDependencies. If there are out-dated packages, it updates them and rewrites the package.json.

    • options object -- Optional.
      • options.cwd string -- A directory path. This opens package.json of here. By default, process.cwd().
      • options.ignore string[] -- Package names. This ignores the packages even if is out-dated.
      • options.noSave boolean -- A flag that to not rewrite package.json.
    • callback (err: Error|null, result: object[]|null) => void -- Optional. A callback that will be called at done. err is not null if failed. result is an array. Its each value is an instance of {name: string, current: string, latest: string}.
      • name is the package name.
      • current is a version text before updating.
      • latest is a version text after updating probably.

    Install

    npm i uptodate

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    Version

    1.0.2

    License

    MIT

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