Generates a file containing file hashes, copies files with md5 as part of the name, partial updates of hashmap possible.


This grunt task iterates over its source files, calculating the MD5 hash of each, then creates a file containing the list of filenames and hashes. It can also create a copy of original filename with hash as part of the name and works with pre-existing hashmap files extending them so partial updates are possible.

This plugin requires Grunt ~0.4.0 Deal with it.


npm install grunt-hashify --save-dev

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


In your project's Gruntfile, add a section named hashify to the data object passed into grunt.initConfig().

  hashify: {
    simple: {
      options: {
        basedir: 'tmp/', // hashmap paths will be relative to this dir, files will be copied to it as well 
        copy: true, // keeps originals 
        hashmap: 'defaults.json' // where to put hashmap. relative to basedir 
      files: [{
        src: 'test/fixtures/style.css', // md5 of the contents goies in hashmap 
        dest: 'style-min-{{hash}}.css', // {{hash}} will be replaced with md5 of the contents of the source 
        key: 'awesome.js' // key to use in the hashmap 
      }, {
        src: 'test/fixtures/script.js',
        dest: 'script-min-{{hash}}.js'