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README.md

gulp-earl

gulp plugin for Earl Grey

Usage

earl([opts])

Options

opts.es5 is a boolean option to change compilation to ES5. Defaults to false.

opts.sourceMaps is a string that specifies how to handle sourcemaps. .compute will compute sourcemaps but does not place sourceMappingURL within the file. .inline does add it. The default is null.

opts.runtime is a string that specifies which runtime to require. If null, no runtime is used and this removes some boilerplate code. This defaults to requiring earlgrey-runtime.

opts.parameters is an object containing flags that you can pass right into your programs to be accessed by macros via @getopt("flagName"). Flags are not limited to booleans and can be any arbitray data. For example (in EG):

parameters = {
  debug-level = .critical
  test-data = {"Pepperoni", "Cheese", "Sausage", "Peppers"}
  tests = false
}

JavaScript

var earl = require('gulp-earl');

gulp.task('earl', function() {
  gulp.src('./src/**/*.eg')
    .pipe(earl({}))
    .pipe(gulp.dest('./build/'))
});

Earl Grey (using earl-gulp)

earl-gulp exports macros to neatly define gulp tasks in Earl Grey, whereas gulp-earl (this package) is to compile .eg files. Don't confuse them (maybe I should just merge them...)

require-macros:
   earl-gulp -> task

require:
   gulp-earl as earl

task earl:
   chain gulp:
      @src("./src/**/*.eg")
      @pipe(earl())
      @pipe(gulp.dest("./build/"))

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