rebrowser-pack

pack node-style source files from a json stream into a browser bundle

npm install rebrowser-pack
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rebrowser-pack

pack node-style source files from a json stream into a browser bundle

browser support

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example

json input:

[
  {
    "id": "a1b5af78",
    "source": "console.log(require('./foo')(5))",
    "deps": { "./foo": "b8f69fa5" },
    "entry": true
  },
  {
    "id": "b8f69fa5",
    "source": "module.exports = function (n) { return n * 111 }",
    "deps": {}
  }
]

bundle script:

var pack = require('rebrowser-pack')();
process.stdin.pipe(pack).pipe(process.stdout);
process.stdin.resume();

output:

$ rebrowser-pack < input.json
(function(p,c,e){function r(n){if(!c[n]){c[n]={exports:{}};p[n][0](function(x){return r(p[n][1][x])},c[n],c[n].exports);}return c[n].exports}for(var i=0;i<e.length;i++)r(e[i]);return r})({"a1b5af78":[function(require,module,exports){console.log(require('./foo')(5))},{"./foo":"b8f69fa5"}],"b8f69fa5":[function(require,module,exports){module.exports = function (n) { return n * 111 }},{}]},{},["a1b5af78","b8f69fa5"])

methods

var pack = require('rebrowser-pack');

pack(opts)

Return a through stream that takes a stream of json input and produces a stream of javascript output. This module does not export its internal require() function but you can prepend 'var require=' to the stream contents to get the require function. require() will return undefined when a module hasn't been defined to support splitting up modules across several bundles with custom fallback logic.

If opts.raw is given, the writable end of the stream will expect objects to be written to it instead of expecting a stream of json text it will need to parse.

Additionally, rows with a truthy entry may have an order field that determines the numeric index to execute the entries in.

install

With npm, to get the library do:

npm install rebrowser-pack

and to get the command-line tool do:

npm install -g rebrowser-pack

license

MIT

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