This script can be used to convert the Statwolf bundled codebase into a proper code filesystem representation.
How to run it
Before running either of the 2 scripts, please execute
npm install in order to pull all the required dependencies.
This script expects as input a configuration file and a json file containing an array of all edited file that should be bundled. A typical input could be:
[ "Statwolf/Config/Routes/Routes.js", "Statwolf/Controls/OAuth/Receiver/OAuthLandingModel/OAuthLandingModel.json", "Statwolf/Controls/swTable/swTable.js", "Statwolf/Toolboxes/Algorithms/ControlCharts/SelfStarting/SelfStarting.r" ]
A simple way to call the script is:
node compress.js config.json myChangeset.json
When the input is provided, a
bundle.json file will be generated as output.
This script expects as input a configuration file and a json file representing the bundled version of a particular filesystem tree.
Execute it with:
node expand.js config.json bundle.json
A filesystem tree will be generated according to the content of the provided bundle.