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    grunt-contrib-jade v1.0.0 Build Status: Linux Build Status: Windows

    Compile Jade templates

    Getting Started

    If you haven't used Grunt before, be sure to check out the Getting Started guide, as it explains how to create a Gruntfile as well as install and use Grunt plugins. Once you're familiar with that process, you may install this plugin with this command:

    npm install grunt-contrib-jade --save-dev

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

    grunt.loadNpmTasks('grunt-contrib-jade');

    This plugin was designed to work with Grunt 0.4.x. If you're still using grunt v0.3.x it's strongly recommended that you upgrade, but in case you can't please use v0.3.1.

    Jade task

    Run this task with the grunt jade command.

    Task targets, files and options may be specified according to the grunt Configuring tasks guide.

    Options

    pretty

    Type: Boolean Default: false

    Output indented HTML.

    data

    Type: Object

    Sets the data passed to Jade during template compilation. Any data can be passed to the template (including grunt templates).

    This value also might be a function taking source and destination path as arguments and returning a data object. Within the function, this is bound to the file configuration object.

    options: {
      data: function(dest, src) {
        return {
          from: src,
          to: dest
        };
      }
    }

    or you can have options from a required JSON file:

    options: {
      data: function(dest, src) {
        // Return an object of data to pass to templates
        return require('./locals.json');
      }
    }

    filters

    Type: Object

    If you want to use filters you have two ways to do it. First you can write your filters inline within your Gruntfile.js or define filters in separate file and export it.

    Filters are given a context with the jade instance and local variables: {jade: jade, data: data}, where jade is global jade instance and data is options passed to options.data. You can use this.jade.render() inside your filters to render the content of a block and locals as #{variable} from your data.

    Inline filters

    Gruntfile.js:

    options: {
      filters: {
        some: function(block) {},
        another: function(block) {}
      }
    }
    Exported filters

    Gruntfile.js:

    options: {
      filters: require('./filters.js')
    }

    filters.js:

    var jadefilters = module.exports = {};
    jadefilters.some = function(block) {};
    jadefilters.another = function(block) {};

    compileDebug

    Type: Boolean Default: true

    Add Jade debug instructions to generated JS templates.

    client

    Type: Boolean Default: false

    Compile to JS template functions for client-side use rather than directly to HTML.

    Make sure to also include the Jade runtime (only runtime.js) as described in the Jade documentation.

    namespace

    Type: String, Boolean Default: 'JST'

    The namespace in which the precompiled templates will be assigned. Use dot notation (e.g. App.Templates) for nested namespaces or false for no namespace wrapping.

    When set to false with amd option set to true, the templates will be returned directly from the AMD wrapper.

    amd

    Type: Boolean Default: false

    Wraps the output file with an AMD define function and returns the compiled template namespace unless namespace has been explicitly set to false in which case the template function will be returned directly.

    define(function() {
        //...//
        returns this['[template namespace]'];
    });

    processName

    Type: Function

    This option accepts a function which takes one argument (the template filepath) and returns a string which will be used as the key for the precompiled template object.

    Example Store all template on the default JST namespace in capital letters.

    options: {
      processName: function(filename) {
        return filename.toUpperCase();
      }
    }

    processContent

    Type: Function Default: function(content, filename) { return content; };

    This option accepts a function that lets you perform additional content processing.

    Usage Examples

    jade: {
      compile: {
        options: {
          data: {
            debug: false
          }
        },
        files: {
          "path/to/dest.html": ["path/to/templates/*.jade", "another/path/tmpl.jade"]
        }
      }
    }

    If you want to generate a debug file and a release file from the same template:

    jade: {
      debug: {
        options: {
          data: {
            debug: true
          }
        },
        files: {
          "debug.html": "test.jade"
        }
      },
      release: {
        options: {
          data: {
            debug: false
          }
        },
        files: {
          "release.html": "test.jade"
        }
      }
    }

    If you want to use grunt template in options.data:

    jade: {
      debug: {
        options: {
          data: {
            debug: true,
            timestamp: "<%= new Date().getTime() %>"
          }
        },
        files: {
          "debug.html": "test.jade"
        }
      }
    }

    or you can use grunt helpers (grunt object was exposed at template context):

    jade: {
      debug: {
        options: {
          data: {
            debug: true,
            timestamp: "<%= grunt.template.today() %>"
          }
        },
        files: {
          "debug.html": "test.jade"
        }
      }
    }

    Release History

    • 2016-03-04   v1.0.0   Point main to task and remove peerDeps. update docs and tests.
    • 2015-07-08   v0.15.0   Update to jade 1.11.0. Add test for Codeblocks
    • 2014-02-02   v0.14.1   Add filename to processContent arguments.
    • 2014-12-23   v0.14.0   Update to jade 1.8.2.
    • 2014-09-30   v0.13.0   Update to jade 1.7.0.
    • 2014-05-29   v0.12.0   Update to jade 1.3. Make jade task to fail on an error.
    • 2014-03-02   v0.11.0   Document 'processContent'. Bump to jade 1.2. Update copyright to 2014. Remove lodash-node module.
    • 2014-01-20   v0.10.0   Bump jade version to ~1.1.5 Fix AUTHORS
    • 2014-01-04   v0.9.1   Bump jade version to 1.0.2 Use node-lodash instead of grunt.util._
    • 2013-12-24   v0.9.0   Bump jade version to 1.0.0
    • 2013-07-29   v0.8.0   Bump jade version to 0.34.1
    • 2013-06-06   v0.7.0   Bump jade version / fix tests
    • 2013-05-15   v0.6.0   Bump jade version / fix tests
    • 2013-05-06   v0.5.1   Allow options.data to be a function
    • 2013-03-07   v0.5.0   Allow compilation to JS functions Support JST and AMD formats
    • 2013-02-15   v0.4.0   First official release for Grunt 0.4.0.
    • 2013-01-24   v0.4.0rc7   Updating grunt/gruntplugin dependencies to rc7. Changing in-development grunt/gruntplugin dependency versions from tilde version ranges to specific versions.
    • 2013-01-09   v0.4.0rc5   Updating to work with grunt v0.4.0rc5. Switching to this.files api.
    • 2012-10-12   v0.3.1   Rename grunt-contrib-lib dep to grunt-lib-contrib.
    • 2012-09-24   v0.3.0   Options no longer accepted from global config key.
    • 2012-09-10   v0.2.0   Refactored from grunt-contrib into individual repo.

    Task submitted by Eric Woroshow

    This file was generated on Fri Mar 04 2016 16:42:39.

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