Write your require.js config once in your Gruntfile and prepend it to files for development
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, install this plugin with this command:
npm install grunt-requirejs-config --save-dev
Then add this line to your project's
Here is an example usage which allows you to set your require.js configuration once for your whole Gruntfile:
var requireShim =underscore:exports: '_';var requirePaths =jquery: 'libs/jquery'underscore: 'libs/underscore';grunt;
This is what a sample
src file would look like:
dest file looks like:
// Config added by grunt-requirejs-configrequire;;
This file starts the app after the config has been set.
This is file that require-config uses as your base file to prepend the configuration.
This is the destination of the generated config file.
Any option will be used as a property passed to the require.js config. Here is a page describing all of the options.
0.1.0 - Allow full function print in require.js config
0.0.2 - Called
done() on async task
0.0.1 - Fixed registered task name
0.0.0 - Initial release