Forked from https://github.com/jankuca/closure-boilerplate.
Google Closure Boilerplate
This boilerplate should be able to work as the base of any Google Closure-based application.
The idea is that you clone this repository, modify the build settings and start working on your app.
Read this blog post to learn more about the resulting environment.
- a basic directory structure
- a lint script
- a compile script
- a source map fixing script that fixes wrong file paths
- a Sublime Text project file
Do not fork this repository to use it. Fork only if you want to contribute. Thanks.
git clone git://github.com/jankuca/closure-boilerplate project-name cd project-name ./make.sh
make.sh bash script will fetch dependencies (Google Closure Library, Google Closure Compiler and Google Closure Templates).
Then, you have two options:
- You can reset the repository by running
rm -rf .git && git init.
- You can keep the history and the remote to be able to merge future boilerplate commits to your application. The
make.shscript makes sure the
boilerplateremote points to this repository. When there are new commits to the boilerplate, you can merge them to your app by running
git fetch boilerplate git merge boilerplate/master --no-ff -m 'update closure-boilerplate'
The default configuration might not fit your needs. It is likely that you will want to modify the paths in the compile scripts.
The scripts you want to modify are
build/compile.sh. It is not recommended you modify other scripts.
The preferred way to run the scripts is from Sublime Text via the
Cmd+B keyboard shortcut.
You can also run the script manually:
# Run these commands in the project root directory # Lint ./build/lint.sh # Compile templates ./build/soy.sh # Compile ./build/compile.sh