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Closure Dependencies Build Status

This is a separate utility node package for Closure Library related to dependency management with Closure files.

For more information on Closure Library visit the Google Developers or GitHub sites.

This is meant to replace similar Python scripts that already exist in Closure Library. We're JavaScript deps and should be providing tooling written in JavaScript, where possible! Those Python tools will continue to exist but will not be updated and should be considered deprecated.

Installation

Install via npm:

npm install google-closure-deps

To use the CLI below from any directory install the package globally:

npm install -g google-closure-deps

Command Line Interface

closure-make-deps

closure-make-deps is a utility to produce a dependency file for Closure Library's debug code loader. Closure Library is capable of loading code in a web browser or in Node but must know the dependency graph ahead of time. Generally this is done by loading Closure's base.js file and then loading a dependency file containing repeated calls to goog.addDependency`. Closure comes bundled with a file named deps.js for itself and is capable of auto loading this file.

get-js-version

get-js-version is a generally useful utility that determines the highest level version of a JavaScript program from stdin. The output format is determined by the Closure Compiler's FeatureSet#version method and should match what goog.addDependency expects for a lang load flag.

$ echo "const foo = 0;" | get-js-version
es6

Library

This Node module also exposes standard functions to parse Closure files and retrieve a dependency graph.

This is an in-code example for clarity, but there are also functions to parse files rather than strings.

const {parser, depGraph} = require('google-closure-deps');

// A file that provides "goog" is required for any file that references Closure.
// Usually this is Closure's base.js file.
const goog = parser.parseText('/** @provideGoog */', '/base.js').dependency;

const firstFile =
    parser.parseText(`goog.module('first.module')`, '/first.js').dependency;
const secondFile = parser.parseText(`
goog.module('second.module');
const firstModule = goog.require('first.module');
`, '/second.js').dependency;
const graph = new depGraph.Graph([goog, firstFile, secondFile]);
graph.order(secondFile); // [goog, firstFile, secondFile]
graph.depsBySymbol.get('first.module'); // firstFile
graph.depsByPath.get('/second.js'); // secondFile

This also supports parsing ES6 modules now that Closure Library has support for them!

const {parser, depGraph} = require('google-closure-deps');

// A file that provides "goog" is required for any file that references Closure.
// Usually this is Closure's base.js file.
const goog = parser.parseText('/** @provideGoog */', '/base.js').dependency;

const firstFile = parser.parseText(
`
goog.declareModuleId('first.module');
export const FOO = 'foo';
`, "/first.js").dependency;

const secondFile = parser.parseText(
    'import {FOO} from "./first.js";',
    '/second.js').dependency;

const thirdFile = parser.parseText(
`
goog.module("third.module");
const firstModule = goog.require("first.module");
`, '/third.js').dependency;

const graph = new depGraph.Graph([goog, firstFile, secondFile, thirdFile]);
graph.order(secondFile, thirdFile); // [goog, firstFile, secondFile, thirdFile]