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gyp-io

Temporary solution to let node-gyp run `rebuild` under io.js.

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GYP io.js Temporary Support

Temporary solution to let node-gyp run rebuild under io.js.

Usage

First make sure you're using io.js.

Example:

$ node -v
v1.5.0

Installation

$ [sudo] npm install -g gyp-io

Start

Make sure you have the permission to listen to port 80.

And close your existing activity port 80 application.

Run the command:

$ [sudo] gyp-io

The service will start and you can use node-gyp configure now!

Principle

I just temporarily modify your /etc/hosts that redirecting nodejs.org to 127.0.0.1.

Next step is to start up a small server just redirecting node-foo.tar.gz to iojs.org and modify some parameters.

After you press Ctrl + C, the service will resume your /etc/hosts and stop the server.

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You're welcome to make pull requests!

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