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grunt-amd-wrap v1.0.1

Grunt task to wrap CommonJS files in `define(function (require, exports, module) { ... })`.

Wrap CommonJS in AMD via Grunt

This is a Grunt plugin to wrap your CommonJS modules into the simplified CommonJS wrapper format, i.e.:

define(function (require, exports, module) {
    // your CommonJS code here

It's based on amd-wrap, if you want this functionality outside of a Grunt plugin.


It doesn't take any options. You just configure it to map each source file to a destination file, and you end up with some wrapped-up-as-AMD modules. I'll give a few examples here, each under a different build target:


    amdwrap: {
        onlyOneFile: {
            { src: "lib/my-module.js", dest: "artifacts/amd/my-module.js" }
        aFewFilesManually: {
            { src: "lib/my-module.js", dest: "artifacts/amd/my-module.js" },
            { src: "lib/helper-module.js", dest: "artifacts/amd/helper-module.js" }
        usingDynamicExpansion: {
            expand: true,
            cwd: "lib/",
            src: ["*.js"],
            dest: "artifacts/amd/"

You'll probably want to use the last pattern most of the time. It's based on Grunt's dynamic mapping expansion feature.


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