hi I am trying to use node-windows to run my react node js project. To start the application I run the below script,
cross-env VIRTUAL_HOST=127.0.0.1 BABEL_ENV=development babel-node ./webpack/dev-server.js
What do I run it using node-windows? what will be the entry for script: 'app.js', in install.js
Anyone tried to get node-windows working with pkg? I just followed the pkg instructions and im getting a weird error like this:
Error: File 'C:\**\uploader-service\node_modules\node-windows\bin\winsw\winsw.exe' was not included into executable at compilation stage. Please recompile adding it as asset or script.
I just want my service installer to be a exectuable, so perhaps there is a different way than using pkg. Any ideas?
minimist, standardize on booleans over 'y/n', etc.
@/all - Apologies for the lack of responses. I have been overwhelmed with work on Fenix Web Server, NVM for Windows, and NGN/Chassis/Metadaoc (new stuff). Since my time is becoming less and less available, I am looking for someone interested in taking over the project. I would still like to maintain contact, because a) I have always had aspirations to make a new version that leverages a Go binary instead of the winsw.exe file, and b) I've launched a company/brand that may be able to sponsor some efforts in the future. I just don't have enough time to give this project (or node-mac/linux) the attention it truly deserves. I would be happy to hand control over, but I would want to chat with the new maintainer(s) beforehand, just to provide context and make sure it doesn't cause a community ripple effect (like a few recent module management transitions).
I will post a contact form in the README after I finish my SXSW conference obligations (i.e. within the next week or two) for anyone interested in taking over.