- moved gitgraph.js to web_src and made it importable and es6-compatible
- created new webpack chunk for gitgraph
- enabled CSS loader in webpack
- enabled async/await syntax via regenerator-runtime
- added script to ensure webpack chunks are loaded correctly
- disable terser's comment extraction to prevent .LICENCE files
gitgraph.js has many issues:
1. it is incompatible with ES6 because of strict-mode violations
1. it does not export anything
1. it's css has weird styles like for `body`
1. it is not available on npm
I fixed points 1-3 in our version so it's now loadable in webpack. We should eventually consider alternatives.
* modernize js and use babel
- add babel toolchain to transform modern JS to ES5
- extend eslint config for modern rules
- fixes linting issues via `eslint --fix` and manual fixes
* run 'make css' to satisfy CI
* code style tweaks and set js indendation to 2 in .editorconfig
* regenerate js
- ran `make npm-update`
- ran `make js`, fixed new lint issue
- ran `make css`, this added back some vendor prefixes
- added `engines` property to package.json to specify minimum required
- added `private` property to package.json to prevent accidential
publishing to npm
New CSS linter which is much more powerfull than the previous one.
Configuration is default but I had to remove a few rules that were
throwing too many or weird errors.
More importantly, the linter will exit with code 1 on errors so now our
build will fail if the CSS linter fails which should eliminate linter
errors being introduced without notice.
* add 'npm' and 'npm-update' make targets and lockfile
- `make npm` installs and updates node_modules, triggered automatically
on `make css` and `make js` as it completes reasonably fast and
ensures consistent modules.
- `make npm-update` updates all dependencies to their latest version,
regenerates `node_modules` from scratch and updates
`package-lock.json`. It uses npm modules `updates` written by yours
truly to find the latest version of each dependency.
* add suggested make dependencies
* remove package-lock.json during npm-update
* regenerate package-lock.json
* remove and disable package-lock
Using exact versions in package.json has the same effect as lockfiles
without all the troubles the lockfiles bring (different versions of
package manager generating different lockfiles primarily).
Ensured we only use exact versions in package.json and stopped
generation of new lockfiles via .npmrc which is support by both the npm
and yarn package managers.
* enable save-exact
- add `make css`, deprecating `make generate-stylesheets` and
- changed the unclean css check to only run on CI
- add JS linting via eslint with basic configuration and fixed
- changed autoprefixer to use official `postcss-cli` avoiding the need
to loop in the makefile
- moved browserslist to package.json so other future tools can use it
- update documentation for new make targets and added JS section
* fix indentation
* move functions used in html to 'exported' list
* Run lessc binary without having to install anything to node_modules
* use relative paths to node bin scripts, removing npx
* Revert "use relative paths to node bin scripts, removing npx"
This reverts commit 119b725525a8430b32ee7a6e6009b4ece544e39b.
* fix lessc and postcss plugins
* check for node_modules and use actual bin names
This makes it easier for user who want to theme but
don't have the ability to know how to customize templates
all that is required is a change in a config option
The reason why I chose the DEFAULT_THEME as variable,
as perhaps in the future we will allow users to chose their
theme whon logged in just like we do with languages