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README.md

grunt-node-inspector

Run node-inspector as a grunt task for easy configuration and integration with the rest of your workflow.

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Getting Started

If you haven't used grunt before, be sure to check out the Getting Started guide, as it explains how to create a gruntfile as well as install and use grunt plugins. Once you're familiar with that process, install this plugin with this command:

npm install grunt-node-inspector --save-dev

Then add this line to your project's Gruntfile.js gruntfile:

grunt.loadNpmTasks('grunt-node-inspector');

Documentation

Usage

The minimal usage of node-inspector runs with no options:

'node-inspector': {
  dev: {}
}

When this is run, node-inspector will be available at 0.0.0.0:8080.

Here is a config that uses all of the available options for node-inspector:

'node-inspector': {
  custom: {
    options: {
      'web-host': 'localhost',
      'web-port': 1337,
      'debug-port': 5857,
      'save-live-edit': true,
      'preload': false,
      'hidden': ['node_modules'],
      'stack-trace-limit': 4,
    }
  }
}

To start node-inspector to listen over HTTPS, use the ssl-key and ssl-cert options:

'node-inspector': {
  custom: {
    options: {
      'web-host': 'localhost',
      'web-port': 1337,
      'debug-port': 5857,
      'ssl-key': './ssl/key.pem',
      'ssl-cert': './ssl/cert.pem'
    }
  }
}

Options

web-port

Type: Number Default: 8080

Port to host the inspector.

web-host

Type: String Default: '0.0.0.0'

Host to listen on.

debug-port

Type: Number Default: 5858

Port to connect to the debugging app.

save-live-edit

Type: Boolean Default: false

Save live edit changes to disk.

preload

Type: Boolean Default: true

Enables preloading *.js files. Set to false to speed up startup

stack-trace-limit

Type: Number Default: 50

Number of stack frames to show on a breakpoint.

hidden

Type: Array Default: []

Array of files to hide from the UI (breakpoints in these files will be ignored).

ssl-key

Type: String Default: ''

A file containing a valid SSL key for starting inspector listening over HTTPS.

ssl-cert

Type: String Default: ''

A file containing a valid SSL certificate for starting inspector listening over HTTPS.

Changelog

0.4.2 - Add support for node v5/6. Updated deps.

0.4.1 - Chore release (fix README).

0.4.0 - Changed --no-preload option to --preload. Fixed --hidden option parsing. Added SSL options. Support node v4.

Breaking changes:

options['no-preload'] is now options.preload. If you previously set no-preload to true, you should change your gruntfile to set preload to false.

0.3.0 - Bumped node-inspector version to ^0.12.3.

0.2.0 - Bumped node-inspector version to ^0.10.0.

0.1.6 - Bumped node-inspector version to ^0.9.0 (compatible with latest Chrome updates).

0.1.5 - Added --hidden option for hiding certain files/directories.

0.1.3 - Bumped node-inspector version to ~0.7.0, adding --no-preload option for faster loading.

0.1.2 - Bumped node-inspector version to ~0.6.0, adding the new --stack-trace-limit option. Allowed node-inspector to be listed as a dependency in a project's package.json instead of forcing it to be in grunt-node-inspector's node_modules folder.

0.1.1 - Bumped node-inspector version to ~0.5.0.

0.1.0 - Added debug-port and save-live-edit options. Renamed port to web-port and host to web-host to match node-inspector cli naming.

Breaking changes:

options.host is now options['web-host'] and options.port is now options['web-port'].

0.0.1 - Initial release