Gulp plugin which splits CSS files suitably for Internet Explorer < 10.
npm install gulp-bless
var gulp = ;var bless = ;gulp;gulp;// Rerun the task when a file changesgulp;
imports- A boolean (which defaults to
true). Determines whether or not the first chunk / "blessed" file
@imports the others.
cacheBuster- A boolean (which defaults to
true, this will add a random query parameter value to prevent against aggressive caching.
log- A boolean (which defaults to
false). Logs a small bit of information about the process.
suffix- Either a string or a function (which defaults to
//Assume you have long.css that is to be splitted into 3 parts, following code will//produce 3 files: long.css, long-part1.css, long-part2.cssgulp;
//Assume you have long.css that is to be splitted into 3 parts, following code will//produce 3 files: long.css, long-functionpart1.css, long-functionpart2.cssgulp;
You should minify your CSS after it goes through gulp-bless. See BlessCSS/bless#90 as to why.
Yes. This can be used with gulp-sourcemaps.