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Preparing Computer

Prepare Computer for Packaging the Categories

Mapeo is built with JavaScript programming language. To get started, you'll need to install Node.js development environment.. If you already have Node.js installed you can skip this section.
You need to be at least on Node.js version 8 (or higher) for the mapeo-settings-builder to work properly. Head over to Node.js download page and select installer for your operating system.
Alternatively you can also use NVM (Node Version Manager) to install and manage multiple versions of Node.js on your computer.

Install nvm

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touch ~/.bash_profile
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curl -o- <https://raw.githubusercontent.com/creationix/nvm/v0.32.1/install.sh> | bash
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Then close terminal and open again

Install homebrew (macOS)

Install npm

Install and use node 12

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nvm install 12
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nvm alias default 12
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Install Mapeo Settings Builder

You'll see output on the terminal, but this is OK
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npm install -g mapeo-settings-builder
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Is your computer ready?

If your computer is ready to create configurations, type
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mapeo-settings-builder
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You should see output that looks something like
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→ Using version x.x.x of mapeo-settings-builder
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Usage: mapeo-settings-builder [options] [command]
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Options:
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-h, --help display help for command
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Commands:
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build [options] [sourceDir] Build config from presets in current working dir
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lint [sourceDir] Lint preset files for errors
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extract-messages [options] Extract messages for translation
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generate-key Generate a random project key
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help [command] display help for command
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Now you're ready to move to putting your icons and questions together!
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