This project is a fork of jbleuzen/node-cssmin.
We forked this project in order to maintain and up keep it on a regular basis.
You can either download the plugin and unzip it into to your project folder or you can use npm to install the
npm -g i ycssmin
Clone this repo:
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We also publish the latest here.
We ask that all patches have a test attached and full coverage.
The module exports the cssmin function, so you can use it with:
var cssmin = require('ycssmin').cssmin;
The function cssmin takes two arguments:
input: the CSS content you want to minimize.
linebreakpos: the number of characters before the end of the line. If empty, the output will have only one line.
var fs = require('fs'), cssmin = require('ycssmin').cssmin, css = fs.readFileSync("/Any/Random/CSS/File.css", encoding='utf8'), min = cssmin(css); console.log(min);
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Thanks to Johan BLEUZEN for originally porting this to node.js