npm install -- --production windows-build-tools
Each package contains (or will contain) a readme with further information pertaining to setup. A shortcut guide is as follows:
In the root of the project, install node dependencies:
npm install npm run bootstrap npm run build
Next, a local environment must be created. An environment contains references to all the vaults created and stores the downloaded application contents. To create a new environment, run the following command:
This first environment should be created with the
development type and set as default environment.
Note: git for windows does not allow selection of options with arrows. so use git within a windows command line (windows+r cmd, bash) because windows cmd does have the ability to select arrow options.
The newly created environment then needs to be configured using the CLI:
"packages/cli/bin/run.cmd" daemon:setup --bin-path="packages/daemon/bin/run.cmd"
Building the code
Whenever code changes in any other package than the launcher, you should build everything (via
npm run build
Now, in one terminal tab, run the daemon:
Then, in another tab, run the launcher:
cd packages/launcher && npm run dev