The entire Cerebral codebase has been rewritten to encourage contributions. The code is cleaned up, commented and all code is in a "monorepo". That means you can run tests across projects and general management of the code is simplified a lot.
git clone https://github.com/cerebral/cerebral.git
The packages are located under
packages folder and there is no need to run
npm install for each package.
If you want to use Cerebral 2 directly from your cloned repo, you can create a symlinks for following
directories into the
node_modules directory of your app:
If your app and the cerebral monorepo are in the same folder you can do from inside your app directory:
$ ln -s ../../cerebral/packages/node_modules/cerebral/ node_modules/ # ...
Just remember to unlink the package before installing it from npm:
$ unlink node_modules/cerebral # ...
Go to the respective
packages/demos/some-demo-folder and run
You can run all tests in all packages from root:
Or you can run tests for specific packages by going to package root and do the same:
When you make a code change you should create a branch first. When the code is changed and backed up by a test you can commit it from the root using:
npm run commit
This will give you a guide to creating a commit message. Then you just push and create a pull request as normal on Github.
nextbranch. It is safe to use "Update branch", the commit created by Github will not be part of
repo-cooker, clean Travis NPM cache
$ git checkout next $ git pull $ npm install # make sure any new dependencies are installed $ npm install --no-save repo-cooker # needed to test release, make sure you have latest $ npm run release # and check release notes $ git checkout master $ git pull $ git merge --ff-only next $ git push