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bower-config v1.4.3

The Bower config reader and writer.

bower-config

The Bower config (.bowerrc) reader and writer.

Bower can be configured using JSON in a .bowerrc file. For example:

{
  "directory": "app/components/",
  "timeout": 120000,
  "registry": {
    "search": [
      "http://localhost:8000",
      "https://registry.bower.io"
    ]
  }
}

View the complete .bowerrc specification on the website for more details. Both the bower.json and .bowerrc specifications are maintained at github.com/bower/spec.

Install

$ npm install --save bower-config

Usage

.load(overwrites)

Loads the bower configuration from the configuration files.

Configuration is overwritten (after camelcase normalisation) with overwrites argument.

This method overwrites following environment variables:

  • HTTP_PROXY with proxy configuration variable
  • HTTPS_PROXY with https-proxy configuration variable
  • NO_PROXY with no-proxy configuration variable

It also clears http_proxy, https_proxy, and no_proxy environment variables.

To restore those variables you can use restore method.

restore()

Restores environment variables overwritten by .load method.

.toObject()

Returns a deep copy of the underlying configuration object. The returned configuration is normalised. The object keys will be camelCase.

#create(cwd)

Obtains a instance where cwd is the current working directory (defaults to process.cwd);

var config = require('bower-config').create();
// You can also specify a working directory
var config2 = require('bower-config').create('./some/path');

#read(cwd, overrides)

Alias for:

var configObject = (new Config(cwd)).load(overrides).toJson();

License

Released under the MIT License.

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