With the release of Krankerl 0.7.0
, I’ve added a new
command that detects composer
availability and automatically installs all Nextcloud app dependencies and runs the npm build task. For those who are not familiar withKrankerl: it’s a small CLI tool to help building Nextcloud apps, written in Rust.
The goal was to use my Krankerl tool for any
Nextcloud apps, not just those that I maintain and where a Krankerl config is available. By reading both composer.json and package.json, Krankerl can safely determine whether these package managers are used and if there is a build script defined for npm.
For interested Rustaceans: this feature was build with the help of two new crates:
. You can find both of them on crates.io: