Runs a sequence of gulp tasks in the specified order. This function is designed to solve the situation where you have defined run-order, but choose not to or cannot use dependencies.
You can still run some of the tasks in parallel, by providing an array of task names.
If the final argument is a function, it will be used as a callback after all the functions are either finished or an error has occurred.
var gulp = ;var runSequence = ;var clean = ;gulp;// configure build-clean, build-scripts, build-styles, build-html as you// wish, but make sure they either return a stream or handle the callback// Example:gulp;
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