A grunt plugin for processing images.
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A grunt plugin for processing images. Libraries are automatically downloaded and compiled for the plugin to use, if needed or specified in the options.

How to use

  • Install with: npm install grunt-images.
  • Call grunt.loadNpmTasks('grunt-images') in grunt.js

  • In your grunt.js config:

  "images-pngquant": {

    basic: {
      imageDirectory: 'images,
      files: 'images/bar.png',
      destination: 'tmp/optimized',
      options: {}
    },

    low-color: {
      imageDirectory: 'images',
      files: 'images/deep/directory/foo/*.png',
      destination: 'tmp/optimized/resizes',
      outputSuffix: '_full',
      keepDirectoryStructure: true,
      options: {
        colorCount: 20
      }
    }
  },

  "images-convert": {

    png-resize: {
      imageDirectory: 'images',
      files: 'images/deep/directory/foo/*.png',
      destination: 'tmp/optimized/resizes',
      outputSuffix: '_small',
      keepDirectoryStructure: true,
      options: {
        resize: '33%'
      }
    },

    jpg-resize: {
      imageDirectory: 'images',
      files: 'images/resize_originals/*.jpg',
      destination: 'tmp/optimized/jpeg_resizes',
      outputSuffix: '_thumb',
      options: {
        resize: '300x300'
      }
    }
  }

Settings

imageDirectory required : Used to determine relative filepaths, in case you want to preserve the directory structure in the output folder. Files that aren't within this folder will be rejected.

files required : Array of files / wildcards for images to iterate through.

destination optional : If provided, copies files to the destination directory after optimizations are complete. If omitted, replaces original with optimized file.

outputSuffix optional : Use to add a suffix onto output filenames (someimage.jpg -> someimage_foo.jpg). Requires destination.

keepDirectoryStructure optional : If omitted or set to false, the destination folder will be flat. If set to true, destination folder will contain the original files' folder structure relative to imageDirectory.

alwaysCompile optional : If true, grunt-images will compile the necessary library even if they are already available on the system.

Supported Libraries

pngquant

  • colorCount: Number, 0-256, number of colors that should be used to quantize the PNG's color channels to 8-bit.

convert

Changelog

Current: v0.2.1

Major Changes:

  • v0.2.0 Make separate multiTasks for each library.
  • v0.1.16 Make convert (imagemagick) and pngquant compile on install, rather than requiring a bin location. Remove pngout since it can't be compiled / is close-sourced.
  • v0.1.15 Upgrade for Grunt 0.4 compatibility.
  • v0.1.12 Added outputSuffix.
  • v0.1.10 Added experimental support for convert, initially for resize.
  • v0.1.9 Added tests, some refactoring on logging.
  • v0.1.6 Add imageDirectory and keepDirectoryStructure settings.
  • v0.1.4 Make it so that you have to define the bin locations as part of the task; making it platform independant was too tricky here. dest -> destination in task settings.
  • v0.1.2 Adding pngout, start working on how different bins will operate together.
  • v0.1.1 Add optional destination/export directory.
  • v0.1.0 Initial release.

License

Copyright (c) 2012 George Pantazis Licensed under the MIT license.