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22 man/bpm-add.1.ronn
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-bpm-add(1) -- Adds one or more packages to a bpm project
-==================================================================
-
-## SYNOPSIS
-
-`bpm add` <PACKAGE> <flags>
-
-## DESCRIPTION
-
-## OPTIONS
-
-## DISCUSSION
-
-## COPYRIGHT
-
-2011 Strobe Inc. and contributors. Available under MIT license.
-
-## SEE ALSO
-
-bpm-init(1) bpm-remove(1)
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22 man/bpm-build.1.ronn
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-bpm-build(1) -- converts a project to use bpm
-==================================================================
-
-## SYNOPSIS
-
-`bpm build` <PATH> <flags>
-
-## DESCRIPTION
-
-## OPTIONS
-
-## DISCUSSION
-
-## COPYRIGHT
-
-2011 Strobe Inc. and contributors. Available under MIT license.
-
-## SEE ALSO
-
-bpm-add(1) bpm-remove(1)
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-
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21 man/bpm-config.7.ronn
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-bpm-config(7) -- BPM project config options
-==================================================================
-
-## SYNOPSIS
-
-
-## DESCRIPTION
-
-## OPTIONS
-
-## DISCUSSION
-
-## COPYRIGHT
-
-2011 Strobe Inc. and contributors. Available under MIT license.
-
-## SEE ALSO
-
-bpm-init(1) bpm-remove(1)
-
-
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22 man/bpm-fetch.1.ronn
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-bpm-fetch(1) -- Fetch one or many bpm packages to local cache
-==================================================================
-
-## SYNOPSIS
-
-`bpm fetch` <PATH> <flags>
-
-## DESCRIPTION
-
-## OPTIONS
-
-## DISCUSSION
-
-## COPYRIGHT
-
-2011 Strobe Inc. and contributors. Available under MIT license.
-
-## SEE ALSO
-
-bpm-fetched(1) bpm-list(1)
-
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22 man/bpm-fetched.1.ronn
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-bpm-fetched(1) -- Displays what bpm packages have been fetched
-==================================================================
-
-## SYNOPSIS
-
-`bpm fetched`
-
-## DESCRIPTION
-
-## OPTIONS
-
-## DISCUSSION
-
-## COPYRIGHT
-
-2011 Strobe Inc. and contributors. Available under MIT license.
-
-## SEE ALSO
-
-bpm-fetch(1) bpm-list(1)
-
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22 man/bpm-init.1.ronn
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-bpm-init(1) -- converts a project to use bpm
-==================================================================
-
-## SYNOPSIS
-
-`bpm init` <PATH> <flags>
-
-## DESCRIPTION
-
-## OPTIONS
-
-## DISCUSSION
-
-## COPYRIGHT
-
-2011 Strobe Inc. and contributors. Available under MIT license.
-
-## SEE ALSO
-
-bpm-add(1) bpm-remove(1)
-
-
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22 man/bpm-list.1.ronn
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-bpm-list(1) -- converts a project to use bpm
-==================================================================
-
-## SYNOPSIS
-
-`bpm list` <PATH> <flags>
-
-## DESCRIPTION
-
-## OPTIONS
-
-## DISCUSSION
-
-## COPYRIGHT
-
-2011 Strobe Inc. and contributors. Available under MIT license.
-
-## SEE ALSO
-
-bpm-add(1) bpm-remove(1)
-
-
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22 man/bpm-login.1.ronn
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-bpm-login(1) -- converts a project to use bpm
-==================================================================
-
-## SYNOPSIS
-
-`bpm login` <PATH> <flags>
-
-## DESCRIPTION
-
-## OPTIONS
-
-## DISCUSSION
-
-## COPYRIGHT
-
-2011 Strobe Inc. and contributors. Available under MIT license.
-
-## SEE ALSO
-
-bpm-add(1) bpm-remove(1)
-
-
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22 man/bpm-new.1.ronn
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-bpm-new(1) -- converts a project to use bpm
-==================================================================
-
-## SYNOPSIS
-
-`bpm new` <PATH> <flags>
-
-## DESCRIPTION
-
-## OPTIONS
-
-## DISCUSSION
-
-## COPYRIGHT
-
-2011 Strobe Inc. and contributors. Available under MIT license.
-
-## SEE ALSO
-
-bpm-add(1) bpm-remove(1)
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-
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22 man/bpm-owner.1.ronn
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-bpm-owner(1) -- Manage users for a package
-==================================================================
-
-## SYNOPSIS
-
-`bpm owner` <PATH> <flags>
-
-## DESCRIPTION
-
-## OPTIONS
-
-## DISCUSSION
-
-## COPYRIGHT
-
-2011 Strobe Inc. and contributors. Available under MIT license.
-
-## SEE ALSO
-
-bpm-add(1) bpm-remove(1)
-
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22 man/bpm-preview.1.ronn
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-bpm-preview(1) -- converts a project to use bpm
-==================================================================
-
-## SYNOPSIS
-
-`bpm preview` <PATH> <flags>
-
-## DESCRIPTION
-
-## OPTIONS
-
-## DISCUSSION
-
-## COPYRIGHT
-
-2011 Strobe Inc. and contributors. Available under MIT license.
-
-## SEE ALSO
-
-bpm-add(1) bpm-remove(1)
-
-
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22 man/bpm-push.1.ronn
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-bpm-push(1) -- converts a project to use bpm
-==================================================================
-
-## SYNOPSIS
-
-`bpm push` <PATH> <flags>
-
-## DESCRIPTION
-
-## OPTIONS
-
-## DISCUSSION
-
-## COPYRIGHT
-
-2011 Strobe Inc. and contributors. Available under MIT license.
-
-## SEE ALSO
-
-bpm-add(1) bpm-remove(1)
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-
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23 man/bpm-rebuild.1.ronn
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-bpm-compile(1) -- converts a project to use bpm
-==================================================================
-
-## SYNOPSIS
-
-`bpm compile` <PATH> <flags>
-
-## DESCRIPTION
-
-## OPTIONS
-
-## DISCUSSION
-
-## COPYRIGHT
-
-2011 Strobe Inc. and contributors. Available under MIT license.
-
-## SEE ALSO
-
-bpm-add(1) bpm-remove(1) bpm-preview(1)
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-
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22 man/bpm-remove.1.ronn
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-bpm-remove(1) -- Removes one or more packages from a bpm project
-==================================================================
-
-## SYNOPSIS
-
-`bpm remove` <PATH> <flags>
-
-## DESCRIPTION
-
-## OPTIONS
-
-## DISCUSSION
-
-## COPYRIGHT
-
-2011 Strobe Inc. and contributors. Available under MIT license.
-
-## SEE ALSO
-
-bpm-add(1) bpm-init(1)
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22 man/bpm-unpack.1.ronn
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-bpm-unpack(1) -- converts a project to use bpm
-==================================================================
-
-## SYNOPSIS
-
-`bpm unpack` <PATH> <flags>
-
-## DESCRIPTION
-
-## OPTIONS
-
-## DISCUSSION
-
-## COPYRIGHT
-
-2011 Strobe Inc. and contributors. Available under MIT license.
-
-## SEE ALSO
-
-bpm-add(1) bpm-remove(1)
-
-
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22 man/bpm-yank.1.ronn
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-bpm-yank(1) -- converts a project to use bpm
-==================================================================
-
-## SYNOPSIS
-
-`bpm yank` <PATH> <flags>
-
-## DESCRIPTION
-
-## OPTIONS
-
-## DISCUSSION
-
-## COPYRIGHT
-
-2011 Strobe Inc. and contributors. Available under MIT license.
-
-## SEE ALSO
-
-bpm-add(1) bpm-remove(1)
-
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134 man/bpm.1.ronn
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-bpm(1) -- browser package manager
-==================================================================
-
-## SYNOPSIS
-
-`bpm` <command> <flags>
-
-## DESCRIPTION
-
-bpm is a package manager for browser-based applications. It is based
-loosely on npm (node package manager), but designed to handle all the
-different types of assets and optimizations you will need for the web
-including packaging and minifying JavaScript as well as handling CSS and
-image assets.
-
-You can use bpm both to manage the dependencies of an application you are
-building and to publish libraries of code for others to use. This manual
-page will explain to you how to use bpm both different ways.
-
-## GETTING STARTED (WITH AN EXISTING PROJECT)
-
-The most common way to use bpm is to manage the dependencies of your
-application. To configure bpm for an existing project, just cd into the project directory
-and type:
-
- bpm init
-
-This will setup a new project JSON file as well as create an empty set of
-asset files in the `assets` directory of your project. Inside of that
-directory you will find two key files: `bpm_libs.js` and `bpm_styles.css`.
-
-These files will contain the JavaScript and CSS styles for all of your
-dependencies, respectively. Make sure you modify any HTML files to reference
-these two files so they load. Typically you will want both files to load
-before other JavaScript or CSS files in your page.
-
-As you add dependencies, additional assets may appear in this directory,
-including images.
-
-Now that you have setup your project, you can start adding dependencies. See
-(ADDING DEPENDENCIES) below.
-
-## GETTING STARTED (WITH A NEW APP)
-
-If you are starting a new project, you can also use bpm to create your new
-project with:
-
- bpm init [PROJECT_NAME]
-
-This will create a new project with the name that you gave it based on the
-HTML5 Boilerplate template.
-
-Your new project will also contain an assets directory that contains
-`bpm_libs.js` and `bpm_styles.css` files. These must be loaded in your HTML
-file for your dependencies to load. The default index.html created by bpm
-will already do this for you.
-
-## ADDING AND REMOVING DEPENDENCIES
-
-Once you have configured your application, you can add and remove dependencies using the `bpm add` and `bpm remove` commands. For example, to add jquery to
-your project just type:
-
- bpm add jquery
-
-This will fetch the jquery package and any dependencies (if they exist) and
-then rebuild the files in the `assets` directory. Once the add is complete
-bpm should display the new total file sizes of the files it built. This
-size represents the size after minification (if there is any) and gzipped.
-
-For more information on adding dependencies see the `bpm-add` manual.
-
-You can also remove dependencies by using the `bpm remove` command. Just name
-the package you want to remove and all the assets will be rebuilt for you.
-For example:
-
- bpm remove jquery
-
-Would remove jquery from your project (if it was already added). Calling
-bpm remove with the same package multiple times has no effect.
-
-For more information on remove dependencies see the `bpm-remove` manual.
-
-## MANAGING YOUR APP ITSELF
-
-In addition to handling dependencies, bpm can also be used to build your
-actual app JavaScript and CSS. To do this, you just need to run:
-
- bpm init --app
-
-Note that when you create new projects with bpm, the app will already be
-built.
-
-The default configuration for this setup will build any JavaScript found in
-a `lib` directory in the root of your project and any CSS found in a `css`
-directory in the root of your project. You can change these settings by
-modifying the project JSON.
-
-## PREVIEWING
-
-Sometimes while hacking on your app - especially if you are using BPM to
-build the app itself, you will want to see your changes in the browser
-without having to constantly rebuild your app. To do this you can use the
-`bpm preview` command.
-
-Run this command from the root of your project and it will start a server on
-port 4020 that will simply load the files found in your project. Any of the
-files found in the assets folder, however, will be automatically rebuilt from
-your installed packages on demand. They will also be built in debug mode
-which means you will be able to see code uniminified, making things
-far easier to debug.
-
-As an example, if you created a new app using bpm and then used bpm preview,
-you could just visit:
-
- http://localhost:4020/index.html
-
-To actually load the app in your browser.
-
-## REBUILDING
-
-If you have modified your app and you are ready to release it, you may want
-to do a new build in bpm to get the latest code. You can use the
-`bpm rebuild` command for this.
-
-## COPYRIGHT
-
-2011 Strobe Inc. and contributors. Available under MIT license.
-
-## SEE ALSO
-
-bpm-add(1) bpm-remove(1) bpm-rebuild(1) bpm-preview(1)
-
-
-

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