Saturday, July 21, 2012

Installing coffee-script cli

Today I will be updating my box to the latest nodejs and after doing so, installing the coffee-script command line interface which allows for coffee-script to be run on such things as crontab, init.d, or even nagios (see other post).  I will also be installing nodemon which will act as a daemon for my coffee-script web applications.  Nodemon will watch for changes and restart the application if it finds any, which is pretty neat.

$ wget
$ tar zxvf node-v0.8.3.tar.gz

$ cd node-v0.8.3

$ ./configure

{ 'target_defaults': { 'cflags': [],
                       'default_configuration': 'Release',
                       'defines': [],
                       'include_dirs': [],
                       'libraries': []},
  'variables': { 'host_arch': 'x64',
                 'node_install_npm': 'true',
                 'node_install_waf': 'true',
                 'node_prefix': '',
                 'node_shared_openssl': 'false',
                 'node_shared_v8': 'false',
                 'node_shared_zlib': 'false',
                 'node_use_dtrace': 'false',
                 'node_use_etw': 'false',
                 'node_use_openssl': 'true',
                 'target_arch': 'x64',
                 'v8_no_strict_aliasing': 1,
                 'v8_use_snapshot': 'true'}}
creating  ./config.gypi
creating  ./

$ make
$ sudo make install
$ sudo npm install -g coffee-script
$ sudo npm install -g nodemon

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