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unleash -p -d
unleash --patch --dry-run
unleash -M --no-publish
unleash -M --no-push
unleash -m -r bitbucket
unleash --minor --repo-type bitbucket
This can be helpful in ensuring your package is being published with the least amount of files possible, while also ensuring you have all the files you need. We use this to eliminate files like .eslintrc and .tern-project.
Manually leveraging Github's Pages feature can be tedious. You need to maintain a branch that's orphaned from master and yet is based on assets and/or tasks from master. Unleash can help by allowing you to publish files matching a quoted glob string to gh-pages from the comfort of the branch you normally work on.
unleash --gh # defaults to "./docs/**/*"
unleash --ghpages-deploy --ghpages-path "./public/**/*"
perf(pencil): remove graphiteWidth option fix(graphite): stop graphite breaking when width < 0.1 feat(pencil): add 'graphiteWidth' option
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# Locally saved w/ exact version npm i unleash -DE