This is the LinkedIn fork of Dust.
A quick tutorial for how to use Dust https://github.com/linkedin/dustjs/wiki/Dust-Tutorial
Read more here: http://linkedin.github.com/dustjs/.
For LinkedIn dust-helpers: https://github.com/linkedin/dustjs-helpers.
For LinkedIn secure-filters : https://github.com/linkedin/dustjs-filters-secure.
Building Dust locally
Grab a copy of the repo
cd some_project_directory git clone https://github.com/linkedin/dustjs.git dustjs cd dustjs
(Optional) Install Grunt-cli
- Grunt-cli lets you run Grunt from within a subfolder see http://gruntjs.com/getting-started
npm install -g grunt-cli
Fetch all the node dependencies
Contributing to Dust
Setup a branch for what you are working on
git checkout -b myBranchName
Test your changes (jshint, unit tests in node, rhino and phantom and make sure test coverage thresholds are met)
grunt devwhile developing\debugging. This task will start a server and serve Jasmine spec runner on http://localhost:3000/_SpecRunner.html. This tasks uses unminified dust-full.js so it allows you to easily step through the code in a browser.
grunt testClientto test production version of code (dust-full.min.js) in a browser. Similarly to
grunt devit serves Jasmine spec runner on
Add unit tests Unit tests can be found in the
test/jasmine-tests/specdirectory. Help us keep up good test coverage! To view coverage report run
grunt coverageand open
tmp/coverage/index.htmlin a browser.
Add an issue and send a pull request Pull requests are easier to track if you also include an issue. Sending a pull request from a branch makes it easier for you to resolve conflicts in master