Automatically sort AngularJS app files depending on module definitions and usage
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WARNING: Considering this for new apps? Don't!

Use something like Browserify or Webpack instead!


Automatically sort AngularJS app files depending on module definitions and usage

Used in conjunction with gulp-inject to inject your AngularJS application files (scripts) in a correct order, to get rid of all Uncaught Error: [$injector:modulerr]. To work correctly, each angular file needs to have a uniquely named module and setter syntax (with the brackets), i.e. angular.module('myModule', []).

Installation

Install gulp-angular-filesort as a development dependency:

npm install --save-dev gulp-angular-filesort

Usage

In your gulpfile.js:

var angularFilesort = require('gulp-angular-filesort'),
    inject = require('gulp-inject');

gulp.src('./src/app/index.html')
  .pipe(inject(
    gulp.src(['./src/app/**/*.js']).pipe(angularFilesort())
  ))
  .pipe(gulp.dest('./build'));

NOTE Do not use the read option for gulp.src! This plugin analyzes the contents of each file to determine sort order.

License

MIT License