Il 08/01/2018 11:17, Pirate Praveen ha scritto:
> On തിങ്കള് 08 ജനുവരി 2018 03:36 വൈകു, Paolo Greppi wrote:
>> AFAICT upstream does not provide anything that can run in node: all files in
>> dist run in the browser
>> i.e. there is nothing you can run node -e "require('vue');" against
>> Perhaps what you want is the "ES Module" build, which is "intended for use
>> with modern bundlers like webpack 2 or rollup"
>> The vue.esm.js file could be installed by the libjs-vue binary.
>> It's probably possible to build it with webpack too.
>> Is that acceptable ?
> import Vue from 'vue';
> package.json has,
> "main": "dist/vue.runtime.common.js",
> "module": "dist/vue.runtime.esm.js",
> "unpkg": "dist/vue.js",
> "jsdelivr": "dist/vue.js",
> If you provide the either main or module, I think that would be enough.
> Installing it in /usr/lib/nodejs makes things easier. It can just
OK I'll find a way to build the ES Module (vue.runtime.esm.js) with webpack,
then add a node-vue binary with vue.links as in:
It should also be possible to add the autopkgtest require to node-vue ...