Install by using
npm install -g munch
This module uses Hashids to generate the class and ID names. Just to look more googly.
Please take note that I am not confident that this library is perfect for every kind of project out there. please use sparingly.
This library was made solely for the deployment process, and is done at the first steps before minifying the assets
This is a command line utility so it is preferred that you install this globally using the
You can run
munch using the format below
munch --css file1.css,/path/to/css1,file2.css,file3.css --view /path/to/views1,file1.html,/path/to/views2/,file3.html --js main.js,/path/to/js
html files to rewrite (comma separated list of directories and files)
css files to rewrite (comma separated list of directories and files)
js files to rewrite (comma separated list of directories and files)
a file where all options available for muncher are stored. this can be any json files or a .muncher file by default. useful for deployment purposes.
sets the extension to look for in the view directory (defaults to html)
sets the extension to look for in the css directory (defaults to css)
sets the extension to look for in the js directory (defaults to js)
comma separated list of classes or ids to ignore when rewriting css (ie .sick_class, #sweet_id)
strips new line characters to compress html files specified with --html
strips new line characters to compress css files specified with --css
writes all mapped ids and classes into a file specified
uses all the mapped ids and classes in a specified file to be used as a dictionary for the rewrite process
modules for parsing and writing (comma separated list of module names) check out https://github.com/jmrocela/munch-jquery for an example.
will output how many bytes were saved by munching
do not output any information about the process (not recommended)