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couch-compile v1.4.0

Build CouchDB documents from fs.

couch-compile

Build CouchDB documents from directory, JSON or module.

BuildStatus

var compile = require('couch-compile');
compile('/my/couch/app', function(err, doc) {
  // push
});

Usage

compile(directory, [options], callback)

Options

When options.multipart is true, attachments are handled as multipart.

callback

callback is called with two arguments: error and doc. In case options.multipart is set, callback is called with a third argument: attachments. This is a multipart attachments array as required by nanos db.multipart.insert:

{
  name: 'rabbit.png',
  content_type: 'image/png',
  data: <Buffer>
}

data can be a Buffer or a String.

CLI

A simple commandline client is included:

npm install -g couch-compile

Give it a directory, or use the current one:

couch-compile /my/couch/app

The Couch Directory Tree

couch-compile uses a filesystem mapping similar to Couchapp python tool and Erika: The Couchapp Filesystem Mapping.

It is quite self-explanatory. For example:

myapp
├── _id
├── language
└── views
    └── numbers
        ├── map.js
        └── reduce.js

becomes:

{
  "_id": "_design/myapp",
  "language": "javascript",
  "views": {
    "numbers": {
      "map": "function...",
      "reduce": "function..."
    }
  }
}

See test/fixtures and test/expected for usage examples.

File Extensions

For property names file extensions will be stripped:

{
  "validate_doc_update": "content of validate_doc_update.js",
}

Attachments

Files inside the \_attachments directory are handled special: They become attachment entries of the form

{
  "a/file.txt": {
    "data": "SGVsbG8gV29ybGQhCg==",
    "content_type": "text/plain"
  }
}

The content\_type is computed using mime. data is the base64 encoded value of the file.

Read more about Inline Attachments.

Testing

Run the testsuite with

npm test

(c) 2014 Johannes J. Schmidt, TF
MIT License

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