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electron-builder - A complete solution to package and build a ready for distribution Electron app with “auto update” support out of the box

  •    TypeScript

A complete solution to package and build a ready for distribution Electron, Proton Native or Muon app for macOS, Windows and Linux with “auto update” support out of the box. See documentation on electron.build.

nar - node

  •    LiveScript

Idiomatic application packager utility for node.js to create self-contained executable applications that are ready-to-ship-and-run.nar provides built-in support for creating, extracting, installing and running applications easily from a simple configuration through a featured command-line interface or evented programmatic API.

JavaPackager - :package: Gradle/Maven plugin to package Java applications as native Windows, Mac OS X, or GNU/Linux executables and create installers for them

  •    Java

JavaPackager is a hybrid plugin for Maven and Gradle which provides an easy way to package Java applications in native Windows, Mac OS X or GNU/Linux executables, and generate installers for them. SNAPSHOT version is not released to Maven Central, so you have to install it manually.

App-V File Format Library


This library is a .NET implementation of the the Microsoft Application Virtualization File Format Specification and the Microsoft Application Virtualization Volume Format Specification. The library is written in C#.

docor - a smart and tiny README maker using default manifest package.json

  •    Perl

The very first, Ensure excutes docor in directory where contains one manifest file in support manifest files. As a cli tool, Docor will create these files: README.md ,license .gitignore and .npmignore.The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.

write-pkg - Write a package.json file

  •    Javascript

Writes atomically and creates directories for you as needed. Sorts dependencies when writing. Preserves the indentation if the file already exists.Returns a Promise.

read-pkg - Read a package.json file

  •    Javascript

Returns a Promise for the parsed JSON.Returns the parsed JSON.

package-json - Get metadata of a package from the npm registry

  •    Javascript

Name of the package.Package version such as 1.0.0 or a dist tag such as latest.

parent-module - Get the path of the parent module

  •    Javascript

Node.js exposes module.parent, but it only gives you the first cached parent, which is not necessarily the actual parent.By default it will return the path of the immediate parent.

pkg-conf - Get namespaced config from the closest package.json

  •    Javascript

Having tool specific config in package.json reduces the amount of metafiles in your repo (there are usually a lot!) and makes the config obvious compared to hidden dotfiles like .eslintrc, which can end up causing confusion. XO, for example, uses the xo namespace in package.json, and ESLint uses eslintConfig. Many more tools supports this, like AVA, Babel, nyc, etc.It walks up parent directories until a package.json can be found, reads it, and returns the user specified namespace or an empty object if not found.

pkgrep - Powerful CLI tool to find, filter & format package data in node_modules.

  •    Javascript

Powerful CLI tool to find, filter & format package data in node_modules.You can use --depth in combination with most other flags.

clinton - Project style linter

  •    Javascript

Instead of passing the rules as an option, you can also add them to your package.json file.Project path.

npm-keyword - Get a list of npm packages with a certain keyword

  •    Javascript

The list of packages will contain a maximum of 250 packages matching the keyword. This limitation is caused by the npm registry API.Returns a promise for a list of packages having the specified keyword in their package.json keyword property.

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