Pillow scans directories for commonJS packages and makes them accessible in the browser (the packages are converted to a directory that can be served statically).
Pillow can operate from the command line or as a server. When running as a server it will regenerate everything on the fly (remake the packages depending on what has changed in the source directories).
Images (png, jpg) are also copied to the output folder keeping the original folder hierarchy relative to the package.json to which they belong.
npm install -g pillow
This assumes the package was installed globally. If not, pillowscan aliases to bin/pillowscan.js.
pillowscan [options] folder1 [folder2..foldern]
--help: displays help information
-jquery=filepath: includes and integrates jquery using the provided sources
-only=pathRelativeToDstFolder: only remakes the specified file
-cache=packageName,packageName2: Use http caches for the specified package
-cacheext=ext1,ext2,ext3: Use http caches for the specified package
-css: Includes all dependent css files in the resulting html
-html: Generate a package.html
-minify: Minifies js file while packaging them
-nomake=package1,package2,package3 : Prevents some packages from being regenerated
-port=portnumber: Uses the specified port in server mode (instead of 1337)
-work=path: Working directory (defaults to the current directory).
Will scan mypackages and its subdirectories and generate or update ./generated that will contain properly packaged sources and assets.
This assumes the package was installed globally. If not, pillowserve aliases to bin/pillowserve.js.
pillowserve [options] folder1 [folder2..foldern]
(see pillowscan for options)
will make all packages loadable at:
So you can do:
curl -X GET http://localhost:1337/make/packageName/packageName.js
The following functions are available from the pillow package:
These will be documented later.
The generated folder will have the following structure:
generated/ pillow.js package1/ package1.js some/ subdir/ for/ images/ img1.png
Assuming that img1.png was located at ./some/subdir/for/images/img1.png relative to the package.json file.
Pillow supports many different applicationDomains (each applicationDomain being able to have his own versions of packages). It also supports loading or reloading packages at run time.
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