on-http is the HTTP server for RackHD
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rm -rf node_modules npm install npm run apidoc npm run taskdoc
Note: requires MongoDB and RabbitMQ to be running to start correctly.
sudo node index.js
The readthedocs shows API usage for 2.0 by default. Using
use the 2.0 API by default. Functional differences between the 1.1 API and the 2.0
API are listed in readthedocs, however, the 1.1 API is officially deprecated.
fileService requires a "fileService" key which holds keys mapping backend
strings to their individual config values; it requires at least "defaultBackend"
to be among the backend keys. More strings may be added and mapped to
injector strings in the
To run in debug mode to debug routes and middleware:
sudo DEBUG=express:* node --debug index.js
If you're using Node v4 or greater you can use
node-inspector to debug and profile from a GUI.
npm install node-inspector -g node-inspector --preload=false & sudo DEBUG=express:* node --debug-brk index.js
Note: do not use the
node-debug command it doesn't work as well.
To run tests from a developer console:
To run tests and get coverage for CI:
# verify hint/style ./node_modules/.bin/jshint -c .jshintrc --reporter=checkstyle lib index.js > checkstyle-result.xml || true ./node_modules/.bin/istanbul cover -x "**/spec/**" _mocha -- $(find spec -name '*-spec.js') -R xunit-file --require spec/helper.js ./node_modules/.bin/istanbul report cobertura # if you want HTML reports locally ./node_modules/.bin/istanbul report html
Instructions for how to generate client libraries (python, java, go) can be seen on the readthedocs
Build scripts are placed in the
.travis.ymlwill call the appropriate scripts in
extra/to build an unversioned package.
extra/make-sysdeps.shcan be used to install system level packages in a Ubuntu system.
extra/make-cicd.shwill perform all the necessary build steps to generate a version package.
If you want to build your own versioned packages, you can use the Vagrantfile provided in
extra/. Simply perform
vagrant up and it will run all the necessary steps.
The resulting .deb packages will end up in