什么是stop-build，Exits with non-zero code if there are modified Git files
Exits with non-zero code if there are modified Git files
Sometimes we commit to the Git repo files that are generated by the build step, like
dist/app.js. We expect the developer to run the
npm run build before committing the source files, but often I forget. Setting up the pre-commit also does not help much - the check runs too late.
The CI runs
npm run build step, but we do not often check if there are changed files, which means there is a discrepancy. This tool actually checks and stops the build if there are changed files on CI.
Install as a dev tool
npm i -D stop-build
Add to your CI script after the build step. If the build step changes files that are Git tracked, the
stop-build command will exit with non-zero status breaking the build. For example,
script: - npm run build - $(npm bin)/stop-build
Prints changes and exits with code 1 if any found
⚠️ there are 2 changed files M package.json M src/index.js
Author: Gleb Bahmutov <email@example.com> © 2016
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