grunt-liquify

    1.1.0 • Public • Published

    grunt-liquify

    A Grunt task to process Liquid using liquidjs. Use it to add Liquid magic to your scripts and css assets.

    Installation

    npm install grunt-liquify
    

    Examples

    Inside Gruntfile.js.

    module.exports = function(grunt) {
      grunt.initConfig({
        liquify: {
          options: {
            dataDirectory: 'data',
            data: {foo: 'bar'}
          },
          example1: {
            // liquify and overwrite existing file(s)
            src: 'dist/*.js'
          },
          example2: {
            // liquify and output to a new file
            src: 'dist/script.js',
            dest: 'dist/script.done.js'
          },
          example3: {
            // Liquify src directory and copy to dist
            cwd: 'src',
            src: '**/*.js',
            dest: 'dist',
            expand: true
          }
        }
      })
      grunt.loadNpmTasks('grunt-liquify');
      grunt.registerTask('default', function() {
        grunt.task.run([
          'liquify'
        ])
      })
    }
    

    Options can be defined per task

    module.exports = function(grunt) {
      grunt.initConfig({
        liquify: {
          example: {
            options: {data:{foo: 'bar'}},
            src: 'dist/*.js'
          }
      });
      grunt.loadNpmTasks('grunt-liquify');
      grunt.registerTask('default', function() {
        grunt.task.run([
          'liquify'
        ])
      })
    }
    

    Options

    Tag type default description
    dataDirectory string null optional path to a directory that contains js data to be imported using the node require method.
    data object null optional object to pass to liquid. This data has a higher priority than dataDirectory.

    Data

    All data is deep merged and must be compatible with the node require method. The filename is used as the object key. The final data object is then passed to all liquid templates.

    For example this data directory:

    data
      ├── config.js
      └── foo.js
    

    will produce

    {
      config: {},
      foo: {}
    }
    

    Test

    Run npm install in /test then run grunt.

    Install

    npm i grunt-liquify

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    1

    Version

    1.1.0

    License

    MIT

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    5.19 MB

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