[Lazarus] Fast-small utilities for common javascript tasks, anyone?

Leonardo M. Ramé l.rame at griensu.com
Fri Oct 7 14:21:43 CEST 2016

El 06/10/16 a las 18:01, Michael Van Canneyt escribió:
> On Thu, 6 Oct 2016, Leonardo M. Ramé via Lazarus wrote:
>> Hi, as some of you I mix Lazarus/FPC applications with 
>> Javascript/HTML/CSS web sites. As you know, the trend now is using 
>> NodeJs for everything, but as I see it too bloated I'm looking for 
>> small utilities to do the usual tasks, I mean minifying, linting, 
>> uglifying.
>> I'm not neccesarily looking for programs developed using FPC, those 
>> can be done in C (like jsmin from Douglas Crockford) or C++, or any 
>> other compiled language without dependencies (please, not Java nor 
>> .Net).
> I have translated jsmin to pascal and use that version. I can commit 
> it to fcl-js.
>> Why I ask this here?, well, first of all, because this is a very 
>> friendly community, many of you think as I that software should be as 
>> least bloated as possible, also because I asked this before on the 
>> javascript irc channel and everyone uses NodeJs there, also I've got 
>> many -1s in StackOverflow for asking for specific 3rd party utilities.
> I use the lazarus IDE for writing js code. I made a IDE extension that 
> lets you check the JS code using fcl-js.
> Adding the jsmin tool should be easy.
> Michael.

Hi Michael, could you post jsmin.pas here?.


Leonardo M. Ramé

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