[ALOY-41] The user would like to run the Declarative UI translator but does not want to do custom install of components.
|Affected Version/s||2012 Sprint 14|
|Fix Version/s||2012 Sprint 14|
DescriptionSince Node.js is the preferred translator runner it would be ideal to package up the translator as a NPM package.
- Tony Lukasavage 2012-05-16
As covered in this issues subtask, moving the zipti project into an npm structure and defining dependencies in a
package.jsonfile will allow us to distribute zipti with ease until such time as it is integrated with TiStudio. It can be installed locally:
and eventually we can publicly distribute it as a npm package and it will be installable like this:
While in zipti directorynpm install -g .
npm install -g zipti