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Develop CoffeeScript applications with Webmake

If you build browser applications, want to organize your code with NodeJS (CommonJS) style modules and you prefer to write them in CoffeeScript, pick Webmake and use this extension.

Full support for Source Maps


Install it aside of Webmake:

$ npm install webmake-coffee

If you use global installation of Webmake then extension also needs to be installed globally:

$ npm install -g webmake-coffee


When running Webmake ask to use webmake-coffee:

$ webmake --ext=coffee bundle.js

Same way when Webmake is run programmatically:

webmake(inputPath, { ext: 'coffee' }, cb);

webmake-coffee can be used with any other Webmake extension, e.g.:

$ webmake --ext=coffee --ext=otherext bundle.js


webmake(inputPath, { ext: ['coffee', 'otherext'] }, cb);

Source Maps

Turn sourcemap option on if you want to benefit from source maps:

$ webmake --ext=coffee --sourcemap bundle.js


webmake(inputPath, { ext: 'coffee', sourceMap: true }, cb);


When running Webmake that's bound to server make sure to have caching turned on, then recompilation will be done to changed files only.

Tests Build Status

$ npm test