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ColdBox Elixir Rollup Integration

This extension brings Rollup.js support to your ColdBox Elixir builds.


First, ensure that you're using ColdBox Elixir v6 or newer. Next, install the extension like so:

npm install coldbox-elixir-rollup --save-dev


You're all set! Open your gulpfile.js, and add:

elixir( function( mix ) {
  mix.rollup( "main.js" );
} );

This will, by default, compile resources/assets/js/main.js to includes/js/main.js. Should you require a non-standard base directory for your source files, begin the path with ./. This instructs ColdBox Elixir to omit any default base directories.

elixir( function( mix ) {
  mix.rollup( "./app/assets/js/main.js" );
} );

Similarly, if you require a different output directory, provide a file or directory path as the second argument to mix.rollup.

elixir( function( mix ) {
  mix.rollup( "main.js", "public/build/bundle.js" );
} );

Now, you're specifying that you want to compile resources/assets/js/main.js to public/build/bundle.js.

If providing an array of source files, it might be useful to override the default base directory. If desired, specify a path as the third argument.

elixir( function( mix ) {
  mix.rollup( [ "main.js", "other.js" ], null, "app/js" );
} );

With this adjustment, we'll compile app/js/main.js and app/js/other.js.

Lastly, should you need to override the default Rollup configuration, you may do so by either creating a rollup.config.js file in your project root, or by passing a Rollup config object as the fourth argument to mix.rollup. You can learn more about Rollup config files here.

Contributions and Bugs

Project tracking for this project can be found at the Ortus Solutions Jira. Please log all bugs, improvements, and features there.

Pull requests are welcome and encouraged. Please check on the Jira page before starting any large amount of work so your time isn't wasted.

Brad Wood (@bdw429s) has a great guide on submitting pull requests. If you are unsure where to go, in need of help, or have a question, come ask in the #box-products channel on the CFML Slack.


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