gulp-preprocess3.0.2 • Public • Published
|Node Version||>= 6.14.3|
npm install gulp-preprocess --save-dev
var preprocess = ;gulp;gulp;
Example HTML File
Your App<!-- @if NODE_ENV='production' --><!-- @endif --><!-- @ifdef DEBUG -->Debugging mode - <!-- @echo RELEASE_TAG --><!-- @endif --><!-- @include welcome_message.txt -->
var configValue = "/* @echo FOO */" || "default value";// @ifdef DEBUG;// @endif
CoffeeScript files are also supported.
Context for directives used in your preprocessed files. The default context consists of the current user environment variables. Custom context is merged with
Base directory for included files. By default, the path to included files is relative to the file currently being processed.
Override the file extension. This determines what regular expressions are used for comments. You may wish to do this if you are using a custom extension or need to force a particular comment syntax (for example, to allow HTML-style comments in
The MIT License (MIT)
Copyright (c) 2014 Jason Sandmeyer
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