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docpad-plugin-umd

docpad-plugin-umd

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Wrap specified JavaScript documents in the Universal Module Definition (UMD) allowing them to run in AMD, Require.js, CommonJS/Node.js, Ender and Vanilla environments automatically

Install

Install this DocPad plugin by entering docpad install umd into your terminal.

Usage

For the documents that you want to be wrapped inside UMD, specify umd: true inside your document's meta data header like so:

---
umd: true
---
 
// your javascript content

and it will be transformed into:

/*global define:false require:false */
(function (name, context, definition) {
    if (typeof module !== 'undefined' && module.exports) module.exports = definition();
    else if (typeof define === 'function' && define.amd) define(definition);
    else if (typeof provide === 'function') provide(name, definition());
    else context[name] = definition();
})('the-javascript-file-basename', this, function(){
    // your javascript content 
});

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