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README.md

ODIT.Services - License Exporter

Build Status

A simple license exporter that crawls your package.json and provides you with information about your dependencies' licenses. You can export this information into json(even prettyfied) and markdown. We use this in our open source projects to credit the awesome work of other open source contributors.

Install

Via yarn/npm:

yarn add @odit/license-exporter
# Or
npm i @odit/license-exporter

CLI Usage

Export only your dependencies to json: licenseexporter --json Export all dependencies to json: licenseexporter --json --recursive

Export only your dependencies to markdown: licenseexporter --md Export all dependencies to markdown: licenseexporter --md --recursive

Options

Arg Description Type Default
-j, --json Exports the license information into ./licenses.json as json. flag/[boolean] N/A
-p, --pretty Prettify the json output. flag/[boolean] N/A
-m, --markdown Exports the license information into ./licenses.md as markdown. flag/[boolean] N/A
-r, --recursive Include all of the dependencies' subdependencies. flag/[boolean] N/A
-o, --output Output folder for the exports. [string] Current folder
-i, --input Path to the input folder containing your package.json and node_modules [string] Current folder
-h, --help Show help flag/[boolean] N/A
-v, --version Show version number flag/[boolean] N/A