MiniME - Multiple File Support
Combining multiple scripts to a single minified script
MiniME supports two techniques for combining a set of script files into a single minimized
Multiple scripts on the command line
includedirectives to combine multiple scripts into a single module.
You can also use a combination of both techniques.
Multiple Scripts on the Command line
The easiest way to combine multiple scripts is by specifying each as a separate command
line argument, for example:
mm script1.js script2.js script3.js -o:MyScriptLibrary.min.js
Using this technique, each script is processed as a separate unit - so privatized declarations
in one script aren't accessible to the other scripts. Only non-obfsucated declarations will
work across scripts.
Use this technique if you're simply combining a set of unrelated scripts.
include directive allows one script file to include another. For example suppose
// include:script1.js // include:script2.js // include:script3.js
mm MyScriptLibrary.js -o:MyScriptLibrary.min.js
In this example, obfuscated symbols in each of the input scripts will be accessible from each
of the other scripts.
You can use the include directive in any .js file, but usually it will be used on it's own