npm-vendorize-brunch

includes npm sources in vendor.js Brunch output

npm install npm-vendorize-brunch
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npm-vendorize-brunch

Include npm sources in your brunch vendor output.

If you put, eg

  "dependencies":  {
    "dc": "> 1.0.0"
  }

NPM will install the browser client dc.js in node\_modules, and it'd be nice to have a way to include npm installed sources in the compiled brunch output.

config.coffee

exports.config =
  plugins:
    vendorize:
      dc:
        include: 'dc.js'

This plugin passes 'dc/dc.js' to require.resolve, and returns the result to brunch via the plugin include method.

Very crude, but seems to work for npm sources that have a compiled file that is ready for minification/include.

Usage

Add "npm-vendorize-brunch": "x.y.z" to package.json of your brunch app. Add config as shown above.

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