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immutable-css-cli

immutable-css

Build Status js-standard-style

CLI app for immutable-css.

Installation

npm i -g immutable-css-cli

Usage

immutable-css -h
  CSS linter for immutable selectors.
 
  Usage
    $ immutable-css [<path/to/css/file.css> ...]
 
  Options
    -j, --json Return json to std out
    -s, --strict Lint mutations in the same file
 
  Example
    $ immutable-css vendor.css app.css
    $ immutable-css src/css/**/*.css
    $ immutable-css app.css --strict
    $ immutable-css src/css/**/*.css --json > mutations.json
immutable-css test/fixtures/app.css test/fixtures/vendor.css
 
.awesome was mutated 2 times
[line 5, col 1]: /Users/johnotander/code/lab/immutable-css-cli/test/fixtures/app.css
[line 5, col 1]: /Users/johnotander/code/lab/immutable-css-cli/test/fixtures/vendor.css
 
.foo was mutated 2 times
[line 17, col 1]: /Users/johnotander/code/lab/immutable-css-cli/test/fixtures/app.css
[line 1, col 1]: /Users/johnotander/code/lab/immutable-css-cli/test/fixtures/vendor.css

When mutations are present, immutable-css exits with an error code of 1.

npm t && immutable-css dist/vendor.css dist/app.css && npm run deploy

License

MIT

Contributing

  1. Fork it
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  5. Create new Pull Request

Crafted with <3 by John Otander (@4lpine).


This package was initially generated with yeoman and the p generator.