Grunt2Gulp.js update: on the way to handling yeoman-generated Gruntfiles


The second ever issue filed for grunt2gulp.js was caused by a Yeoman-generated Gruntfile. It’s a complex file and that’s exactly what I wanted when I first created the project. The example Gruntfiles I came up with were hand-crafted and weren’t very complex.

In any case, grab the latest the copy from github, make sure you’ve done an npm install in your project and then run grunt2gulp.js on your Gruntfile.js.

You can generate API docs using jsdoc for grunt2gulp.

Please report any issues here. Leave any comments about how useful you’re finding this tool or if you’re sticking to Grunt or Gulp and why.

For debugging I’m finding node-inspector to be really awesome.

Author: Rudolf Olah

Rudolf Olah is a software development expert with over 6 years of professional software developer experience. He has produced the video course Learning AngularJS Testing for PacktPublishing and works on the strategic as well as the tactical parts of software and web devleopment.

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