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Seymour is a build helper for Apache Cordova projects.
It takes configuration from environment variables, making it ideal for use in continuous integration environments with a matrix of platforms and build types.
npm install --save-dev seymour
Run Seymour on your Cordova project:
Seymour requires your Cordova platforms and plugins to be listed in your config.xml file. It will effectively run the following:
cordova prepare --browserify cordova build --browserify --device
You can control additional behaviour through environment variables.
The following environment variables will be used by Seymour to alter the resulting build:
You cannot use this to add new platforms that are not listed in config.xml. You can only use this to restrict to a subset of platforms.
The name of a JSON file containing build signing information.
See the following Cordova documentation for JSON options:
This will override the application name defined in config.xml.
This will override the application identifier defined in config.xml.
This will override the application version defined in config.xml.
This will enable verbose logging from the Cordova build commands.
This will disable passing the
--browserify flag to the Cordova build
This will allow you to set and override preferences globally in config.xml.
For example, you could specify
backgroundColor preference in config.xml.
Contributions of bug reports, feature requests, and pull requests are greatly appreciated!
Please note that this project is released with a Contributor Code of Conduct. By participating in this project you agree to abide by its terms.
Copyright © 2015 Darryl Pogue & Ayogo Health Inc.
Licensed under the Apache 2.0 Licence.