mix cssex.parser (CSSEx v0.6.6) View Source

Task to parse cssex files into css files. You can use two types of flags, --e (and additionally --a) or --c.

For the --e flag you use any number of

--e path/to_cssex/file.cssex=path/to_css/output.css

And if you want those paths to be relative to some application you can pass it with --a

--a myapp_web

arguments to specify each entry and its output file, or a single path to the cssex where the output file will be in the same directory, with the same file name but the extension cssex replaced by css

--e path/to_cssex/file.cssex

The --c flag is used to indicate an entry in the config of the application, in order to read the entry points from there

--c myapp_web

So it would look something like:

mix cssex.parser --e path/to_cssex/file.cssex=path/to_css/output.css

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Run the parser with mix cssex.parser.

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Run the parser with mix cssex.parser.

Required arguments:

--e /source/path.cssex=/final/path.css
--e /source/path.cssex
--e source/path.cssex=final/path.css --a yourapp_web
--e source/path.cssex --a yourapp_web

Or

--c yourapp_web

Where yourapp_web specifies a config under the key CSSEx, with a key of :entry_points composed of tuple pairs of source & destination files.