Builds projects using require.js's optimizer
|Description||uses require.js's r.js optimizer to combine require.js AMD modules into one file|
|Node Version||>= 0.4|
Because the require.js optimizer (r.js) is a kind of build system in itself we can't use the
gulp.src([...]) syntax at the moment (I might add this in future), instead this wrapper itself emits a pipable stream, holding a 'virtual' file, in which the result of the r.js build process are saved.
The resulting stream can be treated like a regular
NOTE: The built in minification/obfuscation is deactivated by default and can not be switched on. Please use a gulp plugin like gulp-uglify for this.
var gulp = require'gulp'rjs = require'gulp-requirejs';gulptask'requirejsBuild'rjsbaseUrl: 'path/to/your/base/file.js'out: 'FILENAME\_TO\_BE\_OUTPUTTED'shim:// standard require.js shim options// ... more require.js optionspipegulpdest'./delpoy/'; // pipe it to the output DIR;
gulp-requirejs will emit errors when you don't pass an options object and if the
out properties are undefined.
The requiere.js optimizer itself might also emit errors; unfortunately there's no way of catching them elegantly at the moment.
The options object supports the same parameters as the require.js optimizer.