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init: 初始化 sails app

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# > Files to exclude from your app's repo.
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# This file (`.gitignore`) is only relevant if
# you are using git.
#
# It exists to signify to git that certain files
# and/or directories should be ignored for the
# purposes of version control.
#
# This keeps tmp files and sensitive credentials
# from being uploaded to your repository. And
# it allows you to configure your app for your
# machine without accidentally committing settings
# which will smash the local settings of other
# developers on your team.
#
# Some reasonable defaults are included below,
# but, of course, you should modify/extend/prune
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# Local Configuration
#
# Explicitly ignore files which contain:
#
# 1. Sensitive information you'd rather not push to
# your git repository.
# e.g., your personal API keys or passwords.
#
# 2. Developer-specific configuration
# Basically, anything that would be annoying
# to have to change every time you do a
# `git pull` on your laptop.
# e.g. your local development database, or
# the S3 bucket you're using for file uploads
# during development.
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# Dependencies
#
#
# When releasing a production app, you _could_
# hypothetically include your node_modules folder
# in your git repo, but during development, it
# is always best to exclude it, since different
# developers may be working on different kernels,
# where dependencies would need to be recompiled
# anyway.
#
# Most of the time, the node_modules folder can
# be excluded from your code repository, even
# in production, thanks to features like the
# package-lock.json file / NPM shrinkwrap.
#
# But no matter what, since this is a Sails app,
# you should always push up the package-lock.json
# or shrinkwrap file to your repository, to avoid
# accidentally pulling in upgraded dependencies
# and breaking your code.
#
# That said, if you are having trouble with
# dependencies, (particularly when using
# `npm link`) this can be pretty discouraging.
# But rather than just adding the lockfile to
# your .gitignore, try this first:
# ```
# rm -rf node_modules
# rm package-lock.json
# npm install
# ```
#
# [?] For more tips/advice, come by and say hi
# over at https://sailsjs.com/support
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# > Do you use bower?
# > re: the bower_components dir, see this:
# > http://addyosmani.com/blog/checking-in-front-end-dependencies/
# > (credit Addy Osmani, @addyosmani)
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exam-sso-api
# src
a [Sails v1](https://sailsjs.com) application
### Links
+ [Sails framework documentation](https://sailsjs.com/get-started)
+ [Version notes / upgrading](https://sailsjs.com/documentation/upgrading)
+ [Deployment tips](https://sailsjs.com/documentation/concepts/deployment)
+ [Community support options](https://sailsjs.com/support)
+ [Professional / enterprise options](https://sailsjs.com/enterprise)
### Version info
This app was originally generated on Fri Jul 05 2019 17:39:21 GMT+0800 (台北標準時間) using Sails v1.1.0.
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{
"name": "exam-sso-api",
"private": true,
"version": "0.0.0",
"description": "exam system single-sign-on api",
"keywords": [],
"dependencies": {
"sails": "^1.1.0",
"sails-hook-orm": "^2.1.1",
"sails-hook-sockets": "^1.5.5",
"@sailshq/lodash": "^3.10.3"
},
"devDependencies": {
"@sailshq/eslint": "^4.19.3"
},
"scripts": {
"start": "NODE_ENV=production node app.js",
"test": "npm run lint && npm run custom-tests && echo 'Done.'",
"lint": "eslint . --max-warnings=0 --report-unused-disable-directives && echo '✔ Your .js files look good.'",
"custom-tests": "echo \"(No other custom tests yet.)\" && echo"
},
"main": "src/app.js",
"repository": {
"type": "git",
"url": "http://gitlab.sita.tech/medic/exam-sso-api.git"
},
"author": "Lorex <ceo@sita.tech>",
"license": "",
"engines": {
"node": "^9.3"
}
}
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# > Formatting conventions for your Sails app.
#
# This file (`.editorconfig`) exists to help
# maintain consistent formatting throughout the
# files in your Sails app.
#
# For the sake of convention, the Sails team's
# preferred settings are included here out of the
# box. You can also change this file to fit your
# team's preferences (for example, if all of the
# developers on your team have a strong preference
# for tabs over spaces),
#
# To review what each of these options mean, see:
# http://editorconfig.org/
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root = true
[*]
indent_style = space
indent_size = 2
end_of_line = lf
charset = utf-8
trim_trailing_whitespace = true
insert_final_newline = true
{
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// o╚═╝╚═╝╩═╝╩╝╚╝ ╩ ┴└─└─┘
// A set of basic code conventions designed to encourage quality and consistency
// across your Sails app's code base. These rules are checked against
// automatically any time you run `npm test`.
//
// > Note: If you're using mocha, you'll want to add an extra override file to your
// > `test/` folder so that eslint will tolerate mocha-specific globals like `before`
// > and `describe`.
// Designed for ESLint v4.
// - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
// For more information about any of the rules below, check out the relevant
// reference page on eslint.org. For example, to get details on "no-sequences",
// you would visit `http://eslint.org/docs/rules/no-sequences`. If you're unsure
// or could use some advice, come by https://sailsjs.com/support.
// - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
"env": {
"node": true
},
"parserOptions": {
"ecmaVersion": 8,
"ecmaFeatures": {
"experimentalObjectRestSpread": true
}
},
"globals": {
// If "no-undef" is enabled below, be sure to list all global variables that
// are used in this app's backend code (including the globalIds of models):
// - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
"Promise": true,
"sails": true,
"_": true
// …and any others (e.g. `"Organization": true`)
// - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
},
"rules": {
"block-scoped-var": ["error"],
"callback-return": ["error", ["done", "proceed", "next", "onwards", "callback", "cb"]],
"camelcase": ["warn", {"properties":"always"}],
"comma-style": ["warn", "last"],
"curly": ["warn"],
"eqeqeq": ["error", "always"],
"eol-last": ["warn"],
"handle-callback-err": ["error"],
"indent": ["warn", 2, {
"SwitchCase": 1,
"MemberExpression": "off",
"FunctionDeclaration": {"body":1, "parameters":"off"},
"FunctionExpression": {"body":1, "parameters":"off"},
"CallExpression": {"arguments":"off"},
"ArrayExpression": 1,
"ObjectExpression": 1,
"ignoredNodes": ["ConditionalExpression"]
}],
"linebreak-style": ["error", "unix"],
"no-dupe-keys": ["error"],
"no-duplicate-case": ["error"],
"no-extra-semi": ["warn"],
"no-labels": ["error"],
"no-mixed-spaces-and-tabs": [2, "smart-tabs"],
"no-redeclare": ["warn"],
"no-return-assign": ["error", "always"],
"no-sequences": ["error"],
"no-trailing-spaces": ["warn"],
"no-undef": ["off"],
// - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
// ^^Note: If this "no-undef" rule is enabled (set to `["error"]`), then all model globals
// (e.g. `"Organization": true`) should be included above under "globals".
// - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
"no-unexpected-multiline": ["warn"],
"no-unreachable": ["warn"],
"no-unused-vars": ["warn", {"caughtErrors":"all", "caughtErrorsIgnorePattern": "^unused($|[A-Z].*$)", "argsIgnorePattern": "^unused($|[A-Z].*$)", "varsIgnorePattern": "^unused($|[A-Z].*$)" }],
"no-use-before-define": ["error", {"functions":false}],
"one-var": ["warn", "never"],
"prefer-arrow-callback": ["warn", {"allowNamedFunctions":true}],
"quotes": ["warn", "single", {"avoidEscape":false, "allowTemplateLiterals":true}],
"semi": ["warn", "always"],
"semi-spacing": ["warn", {"before":false, "after":true}],
"semi-style": ["warn", "last"]
}
}
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# Hide NPM log output unless it is related to an error of some kind:
loglevel=error
{
"generators": {
"modules": {}
},
"_generatedWith": {
"sails": "1.1.0",
"sails-generate": "1.16.6"
},
"hooks": {
"grunt": false
}
}
/**
* app.js
*
* Use `app.js` to run your app without `sails lift`.
* To start the server, run: `node app.js`.
*
* This is handy in situations where the sails CLI is not relevant or useful,
* such as when you deploy to a server, or a PaaS like Heroku.
*
* For example:
* => `node app.js`
* => `npm start`
* => `forever start app.js`
* => `node debug app.js`
*
* The same command-line arguments and env vars are supported, e.g.:
* `NODE_ENV=production node app.js --port=80 --verbose`
*
* For more information see:
* https://sailsjs.com/anatomy/app.js
*/
// Ensure we're in the project directory, so cwd-relative paths work as expected
// no matter where we actually lift from.
// > Note: This is not required in order to lift, but it is a convenient default.
process.chdir(__dirname);
// Attempt to import `sails` dependency, as well as `rc` (for loading `.sailsrc` files).
var sails;
var rc;
try {
sails = require('sails');
rc = require('sails/accessible/rc');
} catch (err) {
console.error('Encountered an error when attempting to require(\'sails\'):');
console.error(err.stack);
console.error('--');
console.error('To run an app using `node app.js`, you need to have Sails installed');
console.error('locally (`./node_modules/sails`). To do that, just make sure you\'re');
console.error('in the same directory as your app and run `npm install`.');
console.error();
console.error('If Sails is installed globally (i.e. `npm install -g sails`) you can');
console.error('also run this app with `sails lift`. Running with `sails lift` will');
console.error('not run this file (`app.js`), but it will do exactly the same thing.');
console.error('(It even uses your app directory\'s local Sails install, if possible.)');
return;
}//-•
// Start server
sails.lift(rc('sails'));
/**
* Blueprint API Configuration
* (sails.config.blueprints)
*
* For background on the blueprint API in Sails, check out:
* https://sailsjs.com/docs/reference/blueprint-api
*
* For details and more available options, see:
* https://sailsjs.com/config/blueprints
*/
module.exports.blueprints = {
/***************************************************************************
* *
* Automatically expose implicit routes for every action in your app? *
* *
***************************************************************************/
// actions: false,
/***************************************************************************
* *
* Automatically expose RESTful routes for your models? *
* *
***************************************************************************/
// rest: true,
/***************************************************************************
* *
* Automatically expose CRUD "shortcut" routes to GET requests? *
* (These are enabled by default in development only.) *
* *
***************************************************************************/
// shortcuts: true,
};
/**
* Seed Function
* (sails.config.bootstrap)
*
* A function that runs just before your Sails app gets lifted.
* > Need more flexibility? You can also create a hook.
*
* For more information on seeding your app with fake data, check out:
* https://sailsjs.com/config/bootstrap
*/
module.exports.bootstrap = async function() {
// By convention, this is a good place to set up fake data during development.
//
// For example:
// ```
// // Set up fake development data (or if we already have some, avast)
// if (await User.count() > 0) {
// return;
// }
//
// await User.createEach([
// { emailAddress: 'ry@example.com', fullName: 'Ryan Dahl', },
// { emailAddress: 'rachael@example.com', fullName: 'Rachael Shaw', },
// // etc.
// ]);
// ```
};
/**
* Custom configuration
* (sails.config.custom)
*
* One-off settings specific to your application.
*
* For more information on custom configuration, visit:
* https://sailsjs.com/config/custom
*/
module.exports.custom = {
/***************************************************************************
* *
* Any other custom config this Sails app should use during development. *
* *
***************************************************************************/
// mailgunDomain: 'transactional-mail.example.com',
// mailgunSecret: 'key-testkeyb183848139913858e8abd9a3',
// stripeSecret: 'sk_test_Zzd814nldl91104qor5911gjald',
// …
};
/**
* Datastores
* (sails.config.datastores)
*
* A set of datastore configurations which tell Sails where to fetch or save
* data when you execute built-in model methods like `.find()` and `.create()`.
*
* > This file is mainly useful for configuring your development database,
* > as well as any additional one-off databases used by individual models.
* > Ready to go live? Head towards `config/env/production.js`.
*
* For more information on configuring datastores, check out:
* https://sailsjs.com/config/datastores
*/
module.exports.datastores = {
/***************************************************************************
* *
* Your app's default datastore. *
* *
* Sails apps read and write to local disk by default, using a built-in *
* database adapter called `sails-disk`. This feature is purely for *
* convenience during development; since `sails-disk` is not designed for *
* use in a production environment. *
* *
* To use a different db _in development_, follow the directions below. *
* Otherwise, just leave the default datastore as-is, with no `adapter`. *
* *
* (For production configuration, see `config/env/production.js`.) *
* *
***************************************************************************/
default: {
/***************************************************************************
* *
* Want to use a different database during development? *
* *
* 1. Choose an adapter: *
* https://sailsjs.com/plugins/databases *
* *
* 2. Install it as a dependency of your Sails app. *
* (For example: npm install sails-mysql --save) *
* *
* 3. Then pass it in, along with a connection URL. *
* (See https://sailsjs.com/config/datastores for help.) *
* *
***************************************************************************/
// adapter: 'sails-mysql',
// url: 'mysql://user:password@host:port/database',
},
};
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/**
* Global Variable Configuration
* (sails.config.globals)
*
* Configure which global variables which will be exposed
* automatically by Sails.
*
* For more information on any of these options, check out:
* https://sailsjs.com/config/globals
*/
module.exports.globals = {
/****************************************************************************
* *
* Whether to expose the locally-installed Lodash as a global variable *
* (`_`), making it accessible throughout your app. *
* *
****************************************************************************/
_: require('@sailshq/lodash'),
/****************************************************************************
* *
* This app was generated without a dependency on the "async" NPM package. *
* *
* > Don't worry! This is totally unrelated to JavaScript's "async/await". *
* > Your code can (and probably should) use `await` as much as possible. *
* *
****************************************************************************/
async: false,
/****************************************************************************
* *
* Whether to expose each of your app's models as global variables. *
* (See the link at the top of this file for more information.) *
* *
****************************************************************************/
models: true,
/****************************************************************************
* *
* Whether to expose the Sails app instance as a global variable (`sails`), *
* making it accessible throughout your app. *
* *
****************************************************************************/
sails: true,
};
/**
* HTTP Server Settings
* (sails.config.http)
*
* Configuration for the underlying HTTP server in Sails.
* (for additional recommended settings, see `config/env/production.js`)
*
* For more information on configuration, check out:
* https://sailsjs.com/config/http
*/
module.exports.http = {
/****************************************************************************
* *
* Sails/Express middleware to run for every HTTP request. *
* (Only applies to HTTP requests -- not virtual WebSocket requests.) *