because i want to combine to two files: production.js and development.js
so i would like to have two buildr instances for that
but i guess for now i can just run builder from two different directories, each containing their own buildr.cson
buildr = require 'buildr'
bundled: buildr.createInstance configs.bundled
should be what you're after
@ mikesmullin: This is now available in my fork. I haven't released a build on github yet, but if you checkout master and build it yourself, you should be able to do a $ ./bin/buildr -f production.json.
Note that I switched from cson to json because the cson module was buggy and I didn't care to fix it.
I also don't publish to the npm registry yet.
Feature request #13: specify .cson file at command line
Implemented in commit 4384c5e