revdebug.jsonin main app folder of your project where you have package.json to setup connection with RevDeBug Monitor.
--arg var=valueoption. If you wish to use an environment variable or command line specified argument for an option which takes a number or boolean value then you must use a string:
revdebug.json. Everything is done using the
revdscript. Depending on how you have the RevDeBug npm module installed you either execute it directly, or run it with
npx revd. For a full list of options run
.npmrcfile with the line:
revdscript is used to either compile individual groups of files or to compile from a
revdebug.jsonconfiguration file that can be present in the topmost directory of the project.
revdebug.jsoncan contain only options, options and files for the project or multiple hierarchical subprojects with their own options each of which can be instrumented individually. Command line configuration options can override options in
revdebug.jsonif you wish to build a subproject with different options than are specified in
revdmanages the source files you are instrumenting by copying the clean originals to a parallel directory tree under revdsrc/ at the top level directory of the project and replacing the original files with instrumented versions. This is done so that the original project does not have to be aware of or changed for RevDeBug.
revdebug.jsonfile. All operations are executed with respect to this directory, even if you run
revdin a subdirectory.
revdebug.jsonthen the project can be instrumented by doing:
revdebug.jsonfile, so for example to set
hoston the command line specify
--host address. Options which are boolean such as
--sourceMapcan be specified on the command line as such to indicate true or
--nosourceMapto indicate false,
--apm=falseare also accepted.