sf-packager - Salesforce.com package builder using git diff

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CLI Tool to generate Salesforce.com package.xml (and destructiveChange.xml) files based on git diff between two branches. This will create a package at ./deploy/sourceBranch/unpackaged/package.xml copying all files into directory.

https://github.com/dlively1/sf-packager

Dependencies:

commander : 2.9.0
fs-extra : 0.26.5
mkdirp : 0.5.1
xmlbuilder : 4.2.1

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