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grunt-be-ugly

1.1.2 • Public • Published

grunt-be-ugly

Parallel uglification

Getting Started

This plugin requires Grunt ~0.4.5

npm install grunt-be-ugly --save-dev

Once the plugin has been installed, it may be enabled inside your Gruntfile with this line of JavaScript:

grunt.loadNpmTasks('grunt-be-ugly');

Usage

grunt.initConfig({
  be_ugly: {
    options: grunt.file.readJSON('path/to/my/build/config.json'),
    app: {
      // Required
      root: 'path/to/my/js',
      // Optional
      buildRoot: 'where/my/built/js/should/go'
    }
  }
});

Options

options

Type: Object

Your Requirejs build configuration settings.

This plugin specifically cares about the following options:

options.uglify2
uglify2: {
  output: {
    beautify: true
  }
}
options.modules

The list of modules that should be built by r.js

target.root (target is called app in the example usage)

Type: String

The path to your JS codebase

target.buildRoot

Type: String

Default: The value supplied to target.root

The path to where you uglified JS should be stored. Defaults to the location of your codebase if not specified – uglifying files in place.

target.files

Optional

Type: String[]

Default: undefined

The list of files to uglify, if you don't want to just bundle the r.js config's modules. This list of files takes priority over the bundles.

You can glob too:

files: [{
  expand: true,
  cwd: 'path/to/my/js',
  src: '**/*.js'
}]

Inspired by the grunt-parallel-uglify project.

Install

npm i grunt-be-ugly

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1.1.2

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