Guard wrapper for the Uglifier gem.
Add to your
Or install the gem manually:
$ gem install guard-uglify
Then add the default Guard::Uglify template to your
Guardfile by running:
$ guard init uglify
Which will add this to your Guardfile:
Adjust the paths, and set the options to your liking. The
:uglifier option contains options that will be passed to the Uglifier gem, which you can find here. When run, the input file will be compressed and then written to the output file. If you are using this with my
guard-sprocketize gem, place the above guard block after the sprockets block in your
The default configuration should work for a Rails 3 project with a directory structure like this:
- Write better tests
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