The herringbone package

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A library for compiling and serving static web assets. For more information, please see https://github.com/hdgarrood/herringbone.


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Versions0.0.1, 0.0.2, 0.0.3, 0.0.4, 0.0.5, 0.0.6, 0.0.7, 0.1.0, 0.1.1
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Dependenciesbase (==4.6.*), bytestring, containers, directory, herringbone, http-types, mtl, old-locale, process, process-listlike, system-fileio, system-filepath, text, time, transformers, unix-compat, wai (>=2.0 && <3), wai-app-static, warp [details]
LicenseMIT
AuthorHarry Garrood
Maintainerharry@garrood.me
CategoryWeb
Source repositoryhead: git clone https://github.com/hdgarrood/herringbone
Executablesherringbone-test-server
UploadedMon Jan 6 01:20:04 UTC 2014 by hdgarrood
DistributionsNixOS:0.1.1
Downloads1164 total (55 in last 30 days)
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herringbone

herringbone is a Haskell library for compiling and serving web assets. It aims to make it dead simple to create a 'Network.Wai.Middleware' or 'Network.Wai.Application' which deals with all of your static assets, including preprocessing for languages like Fay, CoffeeScript, Sass, and LESS.

It takes most of its inspiration from the Ruby library, Sprockets, hence the name.

Status

Alpha.

How to use it

import Web.Herringbone

fay, sass :: PP

hb = Herringbone
hb = herringbone
    ( addSourceDir "assets"
    . setDestDir   "compiled_assets"
    . addPreprocessors [fay, sass]
    )

-- You can now access assets programmatically
asset <- findAsset hb (fromJust . makeLogicalPath $ ["application.js"])

-- Or serve them with a Wai application
app = toApplication hb

For more information, go and look at the documentation on Hackage!