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move build scripts to npm package (#96)

* move build scripts to npm package

* remove unneeded dep

* use airbnb linting
pull/99/head
Cian Butler 4 years ago
committed by Ben McMahon
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33 changed files with 2164 additions and 2294 deletions
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      config.json
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      font/LICENSE.txt
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version: 2
jobs:
build:
docker:
- image: circleci/node:6.9.4
steps:
- checkout
- run:
name: install yarn
command: npm install -g yarn
- restore_cache:
key: dependency-cache-{{ checksum "package.json" }}
- run:
name: install dep
command: yarn
- save_cache:
key: dependency-cache-{{ checksum "package.json" }}
paths:
- .node_modules
- run:
name: test
command: yarn test

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{
"extends": "standard",
"env": {
"es6": true,
"jest": true,
"browser": true,
"node": true,
"jquery": true
},
"plugins": [
"json"
],
"globals": {
"GENTLY": true,
"start": true
},
"rules": {
"no-console": 0,
"no-multi-spaces": 0,
"comma-dangle": [
"error",
"always-multiline"
],
"key-spacing": [
"error",
{
"multiLine": {
"beforeColon": false,
"afterColon": true
},
"align": {
"beforeColon": false,
"afterColon": true,
"on": "colon",
"mode": "strict"
}
}
],
"indent": [
"error",
2
],
"linebreak-style": [
"error",
"unix"
],
"quotes": [
"error",
"single"
],
"semi": [
"error",
"always"
],
"no-var": [
"error"
],
"prefer-const": [
"error",
{
"destructuring": "any",
"ignoreReadBeforeAssign": false
}
]
}
}

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module.exports = {
extends: ['airbnb'],
env: {
es6: true,
jest: true,
browser: true,
node: true,
jquery: true,
},
plugins: ['json'],
globals: {
GENTLY: true,
start: true,
},
rules: {
'linebreak-style': ['error', 'unix'],
'arrow-parens': ['error', 'as-needed'],
'no-param-reassign': ['error', { props: false }],
'func-style': ['error', 'declaration', { allowArrowFunctions: true }],
'no-use-before-define': ['error', { functions: false }],
'no-shadow': [
'error',
{
builtinGlobals: true,
hoist: 'functions',
allow: ['resolve', 'reject', 'err'],
},
],
'consistent-return': 0,
'key-spacing': [
'error',
{
multiLine: { beforeColon: false, afterColon: true },
align: { beforeColon: false, afterColon: true, on: 'colon', mode: 'strict' },
},
],
},
};

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node_modules
.npm
dist
*.min.*
*.log

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- 33
bin/checkEventJson.js View File

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#!/usr/bin/env node
const fs = require('fs');
const glob = require('glob');
const fm = require('json-front-matter');
const path = require('path');
const validate = require('jsonschema').validate;
const schema = require(path.join(process.cwd(), 'schema.json'));
const config = require(path.join(process.cwd(), 'config.json'));

glob(path.join(process.cwd(), config.source, '*'), {
ignore: 'node_modules',
}, (err, files) => {
if (err) throw err;
for (const i of files) {
fs.readFile(i, 'utf-8', (err, data) => {
if (err) throw err;
const file = fm.parse(data);
const json = file.attributes;
if (json.template === 'schedule') {
checkJson(i, json);
}
});
}
});

function checkJson (filename, json) {
try {
validate(json, schema, { throwError: true });
} catch (err) {
console.error(filename, err);
process.exit(1);
}
}

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- 51
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#!/usr/bin/env node
const Handlebars = require('handlebars');
const fs = require('fs');
const path = require('path');
const fm = require('json-front-matter');
const marked = require('marked');
const config = require(path.join(process.cwd(), 'config.json'));
const source = path.join(process.cwd(), config.source || 'source');
const outputDir = path.join(process.cwd(), config.output || 'public');

function render (template, page, url) {
template = `${template}.hbs`;
const output = Handlebars.compile(
fs.readFileSync(path.join(process.cwd(), 'templates', template), 'utf-8')
)(page);
if (!fs.existsSync(outputDir)) {
fs.mkdirSync(outputDir);
}
let dir = outputDir;
if (url !== 'index') {
dir = path.join(dir, url);
if (!fs.existsSync(dir)) {
fs.mkdirSync(dir);
}
}
fs.writeFile(path.join(dir, 'index.html'), output, 'utf8', err => {
if (err) throw err;
});
}

Handlebars.registerHelper('splitTitle', title => {
const middle = Math.floor(title.length / 2);
const s1 = title.substr(0, middle);
const s2 = title.substr(middle);
return `${s1}</span>${s2}`;
});

fs.readdir(source, (err, pages) => {
if (err) throw err;
for (const page of pages) {
const url = path.parse(page).name;
fs.readFile(path.join(source, page), 'utf-8', (err, data) => {
if (err) throw err;
const file = fm.parse(data);
const json = file.attributes;
json.site = config;
json.body = marked(file.body);
render(json.template, json, url);
});
}
});

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machine:
node:
version: 6.9.4

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@@ -1,21 +1,28 @@
{
"title": "TechWeek",
"source": "pages",
"output": "dist",
"output": {
"dir": "dist"
},
"static": ["js", "font", "images"],
"menu": [
{
"title": "Home",
"url": ""
}, {
},
{
"title": "2016",
"url": "2016"
}, {
},
{
"title": "2015",
"url": "2015"
}, {
},
{
"title": "2014",
"url": "2014"
}, {
},
{
"title": "Call For Talks",
"url": "CFT"
}


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https://github.com/google/material-design-icons/blob/master/LICENSE
https://github.com/FezVrasta/bootstrap-material-design/blob/master/fonts/LICENSE.txt

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@@ -1,5 +1,4 @@
const gulp = require('gulp');
const sass = require('gulp-sass');
const concat = require('gulp-concat');
const cleanCSS = require('gulp-clean-css');
const minify = require('gulp-minify');
@@ -11,60 +10,57 @@ const htmlmin = require('gulp-htmlmin');
const uncss = require('gulp-uncss');

gulp.task('dev', ['webserver'], () => {
gulp.watch(['./css/*.scss', './js/*.js', './templates/*.hbs', './**/*.json', './**/*.md'], [
'scss',
'compress',
'generate',
'html',
]);
gulp.watch(['./theme/css/*.scss', './theme/js/*.js', './theme/templates/*.hbs', './pages/**/*'], ['css', 'html']);
});

gulp.task('compress', () => gulp
.src([
'./node_modules/jquery/dist/jquery.js',
'./js/*.js',
'./node_modules/materialize-css/dist/js/materialize.js',
])
.pipe(concat('main.js'))
.pipe(babel())
.pipe(
minify({
ext: {
min: '.min.js',
},
exclude : ['tasks'],
noSource : true,
ignoreFiles: ['.combo.js', '*.min.js'],
})
)
.pipe(gulp.dest('dist/js')));
gulp.task('compress', () =>
gulp
.src([
'./node_modules/jquery/dist/jquery.js',
'!./theme/js/*.min.js',
'./theme/js/*.js',
'./node_modules/materialize-css/dist/js/materialize.js',
])
.pipe(concat('main.js'))
.pipe(babel())
.pipe(
minify({
ext: {
min: '.min.js',
},
exclude : ['tasks'],
noSource : true,
ignoreFiles: ['.combo.js', '*.min.js'],
}),
)
.pipe(gulp.dest('theme/js')),
);

gulp.task('scss', ['generate'], () =>
gulp.task('css', ['generate'], () =>
gulp
.src('css/main.scss')
.pipe(sass())
.src('dist/css/main.css')
.pipe(cleanCSS({ compatibility: 'ie8', processImport: false }))
.pipe(rename({ suffix: '.min' }))
.pipe(uncss({
html: [ './**/*.html']
}))
.pipe(gulp.dest('dist/css')));
.pipe(
uncss({
html: ['./**/*.html'],
}),
)
.pipe(gulp.dest('dist/css')),
);

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gulp.src('dist/**/*.html').pipe(htmlmin({ collapseWhitespace: true })).pipe(gulp.dest('dist')),
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