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sankargorthi / GruntFile.js
Last active Jan 3, 2016
Copy component.json to a work folder, parse and then nuke the work folder. I did this because `grunt.file.expand` was too slow on my project structure, especially with all the node_modules folders present under multiple sub-projects.
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module.exports = function (grunt) {
'use strict';
require('load-grunt-tasks')(grunt);
grunt.renameTask('clean', 'nuke');
grunt.initConfig({
nuke: {
work: ['work']
},
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dvessel / gist:1478685
Created Dec 14, 2011
TextMate 2 .tm_properties
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This is all based on the [alpha release][1].

Properties

From the built-in help system:

For many settings TextMate will look for a .tm_properties file in the current folder and in any parent folders (up to the user’s home folder).

These are simple setting = value listings where the value is a format string in which other variables can be referenced.

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