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Blend

Merge, analyze, and optimize client-side assets for web applications and static web sites.

Example

Given the following directory structure:

project
  lib
    jquery-1.7.2.min.js
  src
    app.js
    components
      menu.js
    common
      helpers.js

And the following app.js:

/* app.js */

//= require jquery
//= require menu
var app = {};

And the following menu.js:

/* menu.js */

//= require jquery
//= require helpers
var menu = {};

And the following helpers.js:

/* helpers.js */

var helpers = {};

Running blend with no arguments from the project directory will produce this directory structure:

project
  lib
    jquery-1.7.2.min.js
  output
    app.js
    app.min.js
    menu.js
    menu.min.js
  src
    app.js
    components
      menu.js
    common
      helpers.js

Where app.js has the following content:

/* app.js */

/* ... the minified JQuery code, included only once */
var helpers = {};
var menu = {}
var app = {};

Usage

blend [options] [file1 [file2 [fileN]]]

Command Line Options

Output

-o OUTPUT, --output=OUTPUT

Where the file output will be written. The default is a directory at the root of the project directory named output

Path

-p PATH, --path=PATH

A directory to be searched for required files. Multiple directories can specified by repeating the flag. If you do not specify any directory with the PATH flag then only the working directory will be searched for required files.

Skip Working Directory

-s, --skipcwd

Exclude the current working directory from the requirement search paths.

Specify A Configuration File

-c, --config

Specify a JSON confguration file that describes the analyzers and minifiers to be used.

Installation

From the Python Package Index

pip install blend

From Source

git clone git://github.com/azavea/blend.git
cd blend
python setup.py install

Documentation

http://azavea-blend.readthedocs.org

License

MIT

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