How to use the contentful-migration/built/bin/cli.default function in contentful-migration

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github contentful-labs / continous-delivery-environments-example / scripts / migrate.js View on Github external
    const migrationsToRun = availableMigrations.slice(currentMigrationIndex + 1);
    const migrationOptions = {
      spaceId: SPACE_ID,
      environmentId: ENVIRONMENT_ID,
      accessToken: CMA_ACCESS_TOKEN,
      yes: true

    // ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
    console.log('Run migrations and update version entry');
    while(migrationToRun = migrationsToRun.shift()) {
      const filePath = path.join(__dirname, '..', 'migrations', getFileOfVersion(migrationToRun));
      console.log(`Running ${filePath}`);
      await runMigration(Object.assign(migrationOptions, {
      console.log(`${migrationToRun} succeeded`);

      storedVersionEntry.fields.version[defaultLocale] = migrationToRun;
      storedVersionEntry = await storedVersionEntry.update();
      storedVersionEntry = await storedVersionEntry.publish();

      console.log(`Updated version entry to ${migrationToRun}`);

    // ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
    console.log('Checking if we need to update master alias');
    if (ENVIRONMENT_INPUT == 'master'){
      console.log(`Running on master.`);
      console.log(`Updating master alias.`);