Okay, I'm a bit new to this but I don't think I'm going wildly wrong - hopefully.
I'm looking to get Esri Leaflet to support an internal custom cached map scales and therefore am modifying the TileLayer code. I've forked and cloned a copy of the 2.0.0-beta.6 code base from Git, have made the changes I want to test, but am struggling to get the build process to work.
The process I've followed is:
- The current user is a local administrator - PC is running Windows 10 but I've had the same issue on a Windows 7 PC.
- I've downloaded and installed the latest versions of Node.js and GItHub Desktop.
- I've forked and cloned the code base to my local machine and at this stage haven't made any changes to the code base (I want to make sure I can get the build process working first before making changes and running it again).
- In GitHub Desktop I've opened a 'Git Shell' and run 'npm install', but get the following output:
C:\GitHub\esri-leaflet [master]> npm install
> email@example.com prepublish C:\GitHub\esri-leaflet
> npm run build
> firstname.lastname@example.org prebuild C:\GitHub\esri-leaflet
> mkdirp dist
> email@example.com build C:\GitHub\esri-leaflet
'.' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.
Once the build successfully completes then I'm expecting to run 'npm run serve' and then 'npm test' - is that correct?
Any suggestions / help would be appreciated.