gulp-css-useref
Gulp plugin to parse CSS and add referenced fonts to the stream
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gulp-css-useref

NPM

Parse CSS files to add assets referenced by url()s to the gulp file stream, and optionally transform their path.

Install

Install with npm

npm install --save-dev gulp-css-useref

Usage

The following example will parse the CSS and pass the files referenced by url()s through.

var gulp = require('gulp'),
    cssUseref = require('gulp-css-useref');

gulp.task('default', function () {
    return gulp.src('app/*.css')
        .pipe(cssUseref())
        .pipe(gulp.dest('dist'));
});

With options:

var gulp = require('gulp'),
    cssUseref = require('gulp-css-useref');

gulp.task('default', function () {
    return gulp.src('app/*.css')
        .pipe(cssUseref({ base: 'assets' }))
        .pipe(gulp.dest('dist'));
});

API

cssUseref(options)

Returns a stream with the assets referenced by url()s in any CSS files added.

Options

match

Type: string
Default: undefined

Optional micromatch style glob used to limit which assets are processed. If the path specified in url() doesn't match this glob, it won't be processed.

base

Type: string
Default: ''

Optional base path where the plugin will copy images, fonts, and other assets it finds in CSS url() declarations. Only url() declarations with relative paths are processed. Each asset's sub-directory hierarchy will be maintained under the base path. Basically, sub-directories after the last ../ in the path will be kept (or the whole path if no ../ exists). For example, if the plugin is called with { base: 'dist' }, the image referred to by url("../../images/icons/icon.jpg") will be copied to dist/images/icons/icon.jpg.

By using a single base path, a build pipeline can output several built CSS files while organizing all their assets under one directory (e.g. under dist/ in dist/images/, dist/fonts/, etc.).

If base is not specified, assets will be copied by default to the same directory relative to gulp.dest as the source asset from gulp.src, maintaining the assets' sub-directory hierarchy. For example, if gulp is told to output to dist and base is not specified, the image referred to from app/css/index.css by url("../../images/icons/icon.jpg") (which resolves to images/icons/icon.jpg) will be copied to dist/images/icons/icon.jpg.

pathTransform

Type: function
Default: undefined

Optional function that returns a transformed filesystem path to an asset file. Useful for adding revision hashes to filenames for cachebusting (e.g. image-a7f234e8d4.jpg), or handling special cases. The function is expected to be of the form given below:

/**
 * Transforms the paths to which asset files will be copied
 *
 * @param {string} newAssetFile - Relative path to which asset would be copied by default
 * @param {string} cssFilePathRel - Relative path to the CSS file that referenced the asset
 * @param {string} urlMatch - The contents of the url() in the CSS file
 * @param {object} options - The options hash passed into gulp-css-useref 
 * @returns {string} - Transformed Relative path to which asset will be copied
 */
pathTransform: function(newAssetFile, cssFilePathRel, urlMatch, options) {
    // ... transform newAssetFile ...
    return newAssetFile;
}

Credits

gulp-css-useref reuses code and ideas from

License

MIT

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