rigs

Adds a set of already defined tools for building or running your project

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RIGS

Dependency Status

  • Adds a set of already defined tools for building or running your project
  • It uses gulp to run it's tasks
  • RIGS uses plugins to add to it's collection, custom build tasks.

How to use

  1. Change directory to the package then install the RIGS package npm install rigs
  2. Once rigs is installed, choose additional packages you want to install. Packages are usually identified by the prefix rig- and you can find the available on npm (or you can create them yourself using webcase-rig)
  3. In order to start rigs you need to run: ./node_modules/.bin/rigs this will copy the required files into your project.
  4. Create a file called rigs.js into the root of your folder. (or you can have a folder called rigs with an index.js file inside - the application uses require('rigs') to get the configuration)
  5. Once the configuration is created use ./node_modules/.bin/gulp my-command to run your defined command

Configuration specification

Example of configuration file:

'use strict';

module.exports = {
    rigs: [ 'rig-javascript' ],
    commands: {
        'compile': {
            taskname: 'rig-javascript__browserify',
            dependency: [],
            src: './index.js',
            output: 'app.js',
            sourcemap: true,
            dest: './tmp',
            debug: true,
            minify: false
        }
    }
}
  • the rigs.js file must return an object containing 2 properties: rigs (of type ARRAY) and commands (of type OBJECT)

  • the rigs property in the configuration is an array of strings containing the names of the additional plugins added. In the example given, the application need the rig called "rig-javascript".

  • the command property in the configuration is an object.

    • each property has the name of the command defined

    • each value of each property is an object containing:

      • taskname : String

        • represents the name of the task to use to execute the command (check the documentation of each rig installed to see the available tasks)
      • dependency: Array

        • contains an array of strings, each representing a command to execute before executing the current one
    • all other properties are passed on to the task defined in taskname. Check each rig's documentation for additional information on the specific task you want to use

Available tasks in RIGS

By default RIGS offer a set of standard commands. They are available by using them in the taskname in the configuration of a command.

  • core__clean-css: A task which uses clean-css to clean up your css files

    • properties:

      • src: String or Array, refers to the path of input file(s)
      • dest: String, refers to the path of the output file(s)
      {
          taskname: 'core_clean-css',
          src: './ugly.css',
          dest: './'
      }
      
  • core__clean: A task which deletes a folder and it's subfiles and subfolders synchronously

    • properties:

      • path: String, refers to the path of the folder
      {
          taskname: 'core__copy',
          src: [ './src/**/*' ],
          dest: './dest'
      }
      
  • core__copy: A task which copies a set of files to a different path

    • properties:

      • src: String or Array, refers to the path of input file(s)
      • dest: String, refers to the path of the output file(s)
      {
          taskname: 'core__copy',
          src: [ './src/**/*' ],
          dest: './dest'
      }
      
  • core__watch: A task which uses gulp.watch to observe changes in files and execute commands based on the changes

    • properties:

      • watchers: An array of objects containing 2 properties:

        • src: an array of strings representing gulp.src
        • tasks: an array of strings representing your commands
      {
          taskname: 'core__watch',
          watchers: [ {
              src: [ '/**/*.js' ],
              tasks: [ 'compile' ]
          }]
      }
      

Tricks

You can create your own standard gulp tasks to call your configured commands. This is especially useful if used in combination with run-sequence to control the way your commands are being executed

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