Traditionaλ JS Dependency System
Traditionaλ JS Dependency System.
Mantri helps you manage your application's dependencies.
Attention 0.1.x The current 0.2.x version brings some rather breaking changes. Read the migration guide for more information.
MantriJS is no longer actively maintained. We'd suggest you use browserify for your frontend packaging needs.
Mantri consists of the Web Runtime and the Command Line Tools. The Web Runtime's job is to load the files of your application during development. The Command Line Tools perform various tasks like building your application and calculating dependencies.
In order to get started, you'll want to install Mantri's command line interface (CLI) globally. You may need to use sudo (for OSX, *nix, BSD etc) or run your command shell as Administrator (for Windows) to do this.
npm install -g mantri-cli --silent
This will put the
mantri command in your system path, allowing it to be run from any directory.
Note that installing
mantri-cli does not install the mantri library! The job of the mantri CLI is simple: run the version of mantri which has been installed in your application. This allows multiple versions of mantri to be installed on the same machine simultaneously.
On your project, install the mantri library localy:
npm install mantri --silent --save-dev
Read the Getting Started Guide for a more detailed introduction.
Every time you edit or create a dependency declaration you need to run the
mantriDeps task or the
mantri deps command to re-calculate your dependencies.
Mantri is not meant to be used on your production environment. Whenever you want to deploy your app use the
mantriBuild task or the
mantri build command to bundle and minify your application into one file.
Each file should provide a unique namespace and can require any number of other namespaces:
Read more about the web API in this wiki page
Google Closure Tools have a couple dependencies, which are reasonable enough for any developer:
The classical ToDo MVC application has been refactored to use the Mantri Dependency System. You can find the repo here, or clone it:
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:closureplease/todoAppMantri.git
Start with the Getting Started Guide for a more detailed introduction.
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closureLibraryand set the path.
outputWrapper, now uses Closure's pattern.
_noCompile, to not perform any compilation steps.