Compile TypeScript without the hassle
ntsc compiles typescript source code without the need to supply references in all of your files and without including the gigantic browser DOM libraries.
how it works
When you pass the files to compile,
ntsc finds their closest "references.d.ts"
file going up in the directory hierarchy. For example, if you write
ntsc src/*.ts --outDir js
ntsc will look for src/references.d.ts, references.d.ts, ../references.d.ts and so on until it finds one, and will transform the command into
tsc --nolib references.d.ts src/*.ts --outDir js
which should hopefully result with fast compilation times