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
gulp-include as a dev dependency:
npm install --save-dev gulp-include
Then, add your include-comments to your file.
People who have experience with
snockets will feel at home.
An include-comment looks like this:
//= include relative/path/to/file.js
or if you want to get crazy, a glob pattern like so:
//= include relative/path/to/directory/*.js
or to get even crazier, an array glob similar to commonly used in GruntJS:
//= include ['app/someFramework.js', 'app/**/*.js', '!app/vendor/**/*', 'app/someLibrary.js']
(Note: for those of you unfamiliar with the above syntax, check out https://github.com/isaacs/node-glob or http://gruntjs.com/configuring-tasks#globbing-patterns)
You can do all of this in any language, the only requirement is that the first character on the line after any #, /, or white space characters is an equal sign.
#= require_tree relative/path/to/directory
gulp-include disregards whitespace, as long as the comment-line starts with a newline followed
= and contains
This plugin recursively expand files it includes, so you can nest includes inside of files that were themselves included. IE:
//= include included_file.js
//= include recursive_include.js
And so on recursively to an arbitrary depth.
The example below compiles a several coffee-files and js-files into a single js-file:
`//= require vendor/jquery.js//= require vendor/modernizr.js`#= require controllers/AppController.coffee#= require_tree views: ->consolelog "This is main!"window.main =
Note: The example above uses backticks (`) to allow
var gulp = require'gulp'include = require'gulp-include'coffee = require'gulp-coffee';gulptask"scripts"gulpsrc'src/js/app.coffee'pipe includepipe coffeepipe gulpdest"dist/js";gulptask"default" "scripts";
- Takes a
Arrayof extensions, eg:
- If set, all inclusions that does not match the extension(s) will be ignored
- Takes a
- Merged community fix by trolev
- Merged feature: Keep leading whitespaces by maxgalbu
- Fixed issue which caused extensions to be "remembered" if
gulp-includeran multiple times in a row, resulting in lost includes
Merged major refactoring by scottmas - Many thanks!
- Rewritten core (regex, replacing and file mashing)
- Glob support
- Recursive support
- Respecting indentation of included files
Upping version to 1.0.0 - seems fitting after such a large refactor
- Updated regex directive to not collide with other requireing plugins, like browserify (cwacek)
- Changed replace-method to fix issue when requiring a file that contained special characters (juanghurtado)
include_tree(Thanks to juanghurtado!)
- Method now takes an
extensionsparam for controlling what types of files to include
- Basic include
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