npm install undef
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|Version||0.1.0-alpha2 last updated 7 months ago|
|Keywords||amd, build, builder|
|Dependencies||q, esprima, escodegen, cliffold|
calls from the source files and combines all modules into a single file.
undef is alpha software and not yet ready for use in production systems.
undef can be installed with npm.
npm install -g undef
Current Capabilities and Limitations
undef can currently build a project of AMD modules, where each module is in an
own file, and each file contains only the module definition (
Source comments are ok. Only anonymous modules are supported at the moment.
There is no support for the special dependencies “require”, “module” and “exports” yet.
Uses “entry/module” as entry point and resolves all dependencies. The resulting source code is written to stdout.
-d/--basedir DIR – the base path to use for module resolution. Defaults to the current working directory.
-p/--paths PATHS – paths for individual modules. Accepts a comma-separated list of mappings, e.g.
-paths=foo=else/where,bar/baz=somewhere/else. Paths are resolved relative to the current working directory, not to --basedir. This is different from require.js.
-o/--output FILE write output to this file instead of stdout.
Plans and TODOs
- Expose a usable API for common functionality.
- Support multiple modules per file (and in consequence, named modules).
- Support special “require”, “module” and “exports” dependencies.
- Simplified CommonJS wrapping.
- Pre-load files containing module definitions.
- Post-process r.js builds – useful for buildable plugins like “text”.
- Pass the amd test suite as far as possible (using a special browser build).
Not In Scope
The following things are not in the scope of this project:
- Minification – just pipe through the minifier of your choice.
- AMD plugin support – this will be covered by processing r.js builds.