command line utility and nodejs api equivalent of gulp-rev, grunt-rev, uses underlying rev- modules
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cli for generating asset manifests. based on gulp-rev, and uses the rev- modules for the hashing algo.

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why?

gulp-rev and grunt-rev are great, but what if you want to just use package.json scripts for your dev and build process?

node api

import nodeRev from 'node-rev'

nodeRev({
  files: 'dist/styles/**/*.css',//glob to files you want in the manifest
  outputDir: 'dist/styles',//where you want the files to be output that are part of the manifest
  file: 'dist/css-assets.json',//optional, allows you to specify location of manifest file and name it, default is root of the project
  hash: true//if you are in dev mode, you can set this to false to just have it create the manifest with the same filenames
})

this will result in the rev'd files being placed dist directory at the root of your project, and the asset menifest json file being placed in dist/css-assets.json.

example:

{"test.css":"test-934823cbc6.css"}

cli

The cli is installed as node-rev in the .bin directory of your projects node_modules folder

nodeRev 'dist/styles/**/*.css' --hash -o 'dist/styles' --file 'dist/css-assets.json'

sample package.json configuration:

"scripts": {    
    "css-manifest": "nodeRev 'build/account/public/style/**/*.css' --hash -o 'build/account/public/style/' --file 'build/account/css-assets.json'"
  }