gulp-defeatureify

Remove specially flagged feature blocks and debug statements from Javascript using defeatureify [Experimental]

gulp-defeatureify

Remove specially flagged feature blocks and debug statements from JavaScript as part of your Gulp build process

Packagegulp-defeatureify
Node Version >= 0.9.0
Gulp Version 3.x

defeatureify is used in the ember-dev package to enable or remove features and strip debug statements during the Ember.js build process.

This simple plugin exposes defeatureify as a Gulp plugin so you can use this same process in your own project. (Your project does not need to be an Ember.js application in order to use this plugin.)

npm install gulp-defeatureify --save-dev

Type: Boolean Default: false

Enables stripping the debug statements specified in options.debugStatements.

Type: Array Default: []

An array of strings containing debug statements to remove. Does not use options.namespace.

Example:

debugStatements: ['App.debugMessage']

Type: Boolean Default: false

Adds the following default Ember debug statements to options.debugStatements:

debugStatements: [
  'Ember.warn',
  'Ember.assert',
  'Ember.deprecate',
  'Ember.debug',
  'Ember.Logger.info'
]

Type: Object Default: {}

An object containing feature names to enable or disable. Features with a value true will be enabled, otherwise they will be removed from the source.

Example:

features: {
  'some-cool-feature': true,
  'ember-metal-run-bind': true,
  'with-controller': true,
  'query-params-new': false,
  'string-humanize': false
}

Type: String Default: 'Ember'

The namespace to look for the features in.

var defeatureify = require('gulp-defeatureify');
 
var statements = ["Ember.warn", "Ember.assert", "Ember.deprecate", "Ember.debug", "Ember.Logger.info"];
 
gulp.task('scripts', function() {
  gulp.src(['./app/*.js')
    .pipe(defeatureify({
      debugStatements: statements,
      enableStripDebug: true
    }))
    .pipe(gulp.dest('./dist/'))
});

In this example, various Ember debug statements are configured to be stripped from the source file:

App.IndexRoute = Ember.Route.extend({
  modelfunction() {
    Ember.warn('This is a debug statement that will be removed by defeatureify');
    return ['red', 'yellow', 'blue'];
  }
});

The generated result will be:

App.IndexRoute = Ember.Route.extend({
  modelfunction() {
    return ['red', 'yellow', 'blue'];
  }
});

The MIT License (MIT)

Copyright (c) 2014 Jason Sandmeyer

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