I released a smart npm module, brownie-0.1.0. brownie provides three features.
- generate coffee-script project which is publishable to npmjs.org at once.
- you can develop your new project right away because Cakefile is already configured for popular tasks like compile, minify and test(run spec).
- help making task of Cakefile and support namespace for tasks.
install brownie with npm.
$ npm -g install brownie ... $ brownie init myapp $ cd myapp $ npm install ... $ node bin/cli.js you hello, you
set PATH using .setenv which brownie generated, type cake and you’ll see a few tasks.
$ . .setenv $ cake Cakefile defines the following tasks: cake compile # compile *.coffee cake minify # minify myapp.js cake spec::run # run spec with jasmine-node cake spec::compile # compile *Spec.coffee
compile task compiles *.coffee under lib/js directory.
$ cake compile Compiled lib/js/myapp.coffee to build/.js/myapp.js successfully $ ls build myapp.js
minify task minimize build/myapp.js.
$ cake minify $ ls build myapp.js myapp.min.js
spec::run task runs all specs under spec directory.
$ cake spec::run . Finished in 0.015 seconds 1 test, 1 assertion, 0 failures
spec::compile task compiles spec/*.coffee as compile task.
$ cake spec::compile Compiled spec/myappSpec.coffee to build/.spec/myappSpec.js successfully $ ls build myapp.js myapp.min.js myappSpec.js
brownie is licensed under MIT license.