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jsxbin

Convert jsx ExtendScript files into jsxbin files using ExtendScript Toolkit

    2.2.0latest

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jsxbin

Convert jsx ExtendScript files into jsxbin

Example

const jsxbin = require( 'jsxbin' ) jsxbin( 'path/to/script.js', 'output/script.jsxbin' ) .then( outputfiles => { console.log( 'Finished!' ) }) .catch( err => { console.error( err ) })

Methods

jsxbin( inputPaths, [outputPath] )

inputPaths can be:

  • String with path to jsx file. script.jsx
  • String with glob pattern that matches jsx/js files. *.jsx
  • Array of any of the above

outputPath, optional, can be:

  • String path to converted file. path/to/script.jsxbin
    • Should only be used when passing only one file as inputPaths
  • String path to converted file directory. path/to/output
  • Array of string paths of names for all converted files
    • Should only be used when passing an array to inputPaths. Input and output arrays must be the same length.
  • If not given, the files will be created in the same directory as the input file(s)

jsxbin returns a promise with an array of file paths to the converted files

Examples

// Just one file jsxbin( 'script.jsx', 'script.jsxbin' ) // Is the same as jsxbin( 'script.jsx' ) // Multiple files jsxbin([ 'script1.jsx', 'script2.jsx' ], 'output/' ) // Using glob string for input, jsxbin files will be placed in 'output/' dir jsxbin( 'src/*.jsx', 'output' ) // With no output path specified, jsxbin files will be placed in the 'src/' dir jsxbin( 'src/*jsx' ) // As a gulp task gulp.task( 'jsxbin', () => { return jsxbin( 'src/index.js', 'output/script.jsxbin' ) })

From the Command Line

This package also includes a jsxbin command than can be run from the command line.

jsxbin usage: jsxbin -i file1.jsx, file2.jsx.. -o outputdir usage: jsxbin -i file1.jsx -o outputname.jsxbin Converts Extendscript .jsx files into jsxbin Options -i, --input file(s) The file or files to convert -o, --output file|folder The file or folder where the converted file will be placed -v, --verbose Show more info while running --debug Show even more info while running -h, --help Show help

Install

with npm do:

npm install jsxbin

to get the function, or

npm install jsxbin -g

to get the command.

Contributing

Issues and pull requests are more than welcome! Please ensure you have tests for your pull requests, and that npm test passes.

License

This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE.md file for details This project includes code from the Adobe Extendscript debugger extension for Visual Studio Code which uses the [Apache License, Version 2.0]*(http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0)

Thanks

  • The implemention using VSCode ES debugger from Adobe was added by Sammarks
  • Thanks to RenderTom and Zlovatt for additional contributions

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What is jsxbin?

Convert jsx ExtendScript files into jsxbin files using ExtendScript Toolkit

Is jsxbin popular?

The npm package jsxbin receives a total of 55 weekly downloads. As such, jsxbin popularity was classified as not popular.

Is jsxbin well maintained?

We found that jsxbin demonstrated a not healthy version release cadence and project activity. It has 1 open source maintainer collaborating on the project.

Last updated on 07 Feb 2021
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