Makes inclusion of files a breeze. Enables functionality similar to that of snockets / sprockets or other file insertion compilation tools.
Makes inclusion of files a breeze.
Enables functionality similar to that of snockets / sprockets or other file insertion compilation tools.
Made for gulp 3
Warning: if you are updating from 1.x.x to 2.x.x, please read this readme to get up to date on the behavior of
npm install gulp-include
var gulp = require"gulp"include = require"gulp-include";gulptask"scripts"console.log"-- gulp is running task 'scripts'";gulpsrc"src/js/main.js"pipeincludeon'error' console.logpipegulpdest"dist/js";;gulptask"default" "scripts";
Arrayof extensions, eg:
__dirname + "/node_modules"or
[__dirname + "/assets/js", __dirname + "/bower_components"]
gulp-includewill use these folders as base path when searching for files.
gulpsrc"src/js/main.js"pipeincludeextensions: "js"includePaths:__dirname + "/bower_components"__dirname + "/src/js"pipegulpdest"dist/js";
gulp-include uses directives similar to
snockets. A directive is a comment in your files that
gulp-include recognizes as a command.
//=require vendor/jquery.js//=require vendor/**/*.js//=include relative/path/to/file.js
/*=include relative/path/to/file.css */
<!--=include relative/path/to/file.html -->
The contents of the referenced file will replace the file.
A file that is included with
require will only be included if it has not been included before. Files included with
include will always be included.
For instance, let's say you want to include
jquery.js only once, and before any of your other scripts in the same folder.
//=require vendor/jquery.js//=require vendor/*.js
Note: This also works recursively. If for instance, for the example above, if another file in the folder
vendor is also including
jquery.js with the
require-directive it will be ignored.
includeno longer work the same.
requirewill only include a file that hasn't been included yet. See readme for details.
require_directoryas they serve little purpose. Use globs (
gulp-includeran multiple times in a row, resulting in lost includes
Merged major refactoring by scottmas - Many thanks!
Upping version to 1.0.0 - seems fitting after such a large refactor
include_tree(Thanks to juanghurtado!)
extensionsparam for controlling what types of files to include
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