I tried Twitter's new
bower tool today, but unfortunately I couldn't get it to work as advertised. I'm using Ubuntu and have installed the latest
node.js. I installed
Node following the guide on node's github
tar -zxf node-v0.8.8.tar.gz #Downloaded this from nodejs.org cd node-v0.8.8 ./configure make sudo make install
bower with this line
npm install bower -g
Then I created a new folder in my html folder and from there I tried
bower install domready
Bower then does this
bower cloning git://github.com/ded/domready.git bower caching git://github.com/ded/domready.git bower fetching domready bower copying /home/ps/.bower/domready
The files then exist in "/home/ps/.bower/domready". The documantation though says the files will be put in "/path/to/project/components/", but the components folder stays empty. Same with
sudo bower install domready
There's no error/warning/hint/whatsoever appearing. Any suggestions for what I might be doing wrong?
You might wanna try a bower init first to create a bower.json file. Afterwards do your installs (with the --save flag) and you will see a components folder with all your js goodies.
Should do the trick
There is currently no discussion for this recipe.
This recipe can be found in it's original form on Stack Over Flow.