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Support the process option #61

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nstepien opened this issue Mar 18, 2013 · 5 comments
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Support the process option #61

nstepien opened this issue Mar 18, 2013 · 5 comments
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@nstepien nstepien commented Mar 18, 2013

This + join will get rid of a concat task in my case.
This is particularly useful because coffee will, for example escape quotes correctly in codes such as:

text = """<%= icontainquotes %>"""

This should of course work with the join option both enabled or disabled.

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@tkellen tkellen commented Apr 8, 2013

Sorry, for the hugely delayed response here. I'm not sure I follow--were you able to resolve this? If no, could you restate the problem a little more clearly?

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@nstepien nstepien commented Apr 8, 2013

This is a feature request.

  1. I want to compile multiple coffee files into one script, using join.
  2. The problem is that it cannot be processed as a template.
  3. I have to concat before compiling.

This is an extra step, and it gives me compile error lines relative to the temporary, concatenated file instead of the original source, which is annoying.

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@tkellen tkellen commented Apr 8, 2013

Ah. I would accept a PR for this if you'd like to bring the concat implementation here.

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@vladikoff vladikoff commented Nov 29, 2013

Old issue, marked as "needs PR" if anyone wants to work on this let us know.

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