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Grunt

by sptndc ST2/ST3

A Grunt task runner for Sublime Text

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Sublime Grunt

GitHub release Package Control

A Grunt task runner for Sublime Text.

Screencast of Sublime Grunt

Installation

Package Control

The easiest way to install using Package Control.

  1. Open Command Palette using menu item Tools → Command Palette...

  2. Choose Package Control: Install Package

  3. Find Grunt and hit Enter

Manually

If you prefer a manual approach, follow the steps below.

  1. Goto into Sublime Text Packages directory, which you can find using the menu item Preferences -> Browse Packages...

  2. Clone this repository.

    git clone https://github.com/sptndc/sublime-grunt.git Grunt
    
  3. Enjoy!

Usage

Open the Command Palette:

  • macOS: cmd+shift+P
  • Linux/Windows: ctrl+shift+P

Now choose the “Grunt” command.

The plugin expects to find a Gruntfile (Gruntfile.js or Gruntfile.coffee) in an open folder. It displays a sorted list of available Grunt tasks out of this Grunt file. If it finds more than one Gruntfile, it first provides a list for selection.

As of version 0.2, there is also a command to kill running tasks, for example watch tasks.

Settings

The file Grunt.sublime-settings is used for configuration.

You may override your PATH environment variable as follows:

{
    "exec_args": {
        "path": "node_modules/.bin:/bin:/usr/bin:/usr/local/bin"
    }
}

If your GruntFile is not in the base path of the project, then you can add the path(s) to check as follows:

{
    "gruntfile_paths": [
        "/path",
        "/another/path",
        "/one/final/path"
    ]
}

Alternatively this could be set per-project in your .sublime-project settings object.

Maintenance

sublime-grunt was created by Tim von Oldenburg, and grunt-sublime-snippets was created by Jason Nickel. is currently maintained by Septian Dwic.

License

This project was released under the MIT License.