Add more 'src' files at any point in the pipeline (gulp plugin)
Add more 'src' files at any point in the pipeline
Copyright (C) 2014, Uri Shaked firstname.lastname@example.org and contributors
npm install gulp-add-src --save-dev
gulp.src, but you can put it anywhere in your pipeline and it will append the given files
to the pipeline.
var gulp = ;var addsrc = ;var coffee = ;var uglify = ;gulp;
The order of files when the streams are merged is not guaranteed. If you need to preserve order and specifically append/prepend files, you can use
addsrc.prepend, respectively, in place of just
addsrc in the example above.
As an example, this would be useful if you wanted to merge your
bower scripts with your app scripts. You'd need your
bower scripts to maintain their order (the
bower scripts themselves) and make sure they come before your app scripts. In this case, you'd use
Because of the unpredicabilty of
addsrc alone, it's recommended to use one of the append/prepend variants. The original is only left in place for legacy reasons.
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