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    Default A useful .bat file for Windows users

    A useful .bat file for Windows users


    I have been using JSBuilder, along with yui-compressor and JSDocToolkit to combine, compress and document my JS libraries/css files. To automate the process I have written a little .bat file as the current JSBuilder uses its own compressor and an old version of JSDoc for documentation.

    This may be of use to others. Just unzip this file to a directory and put the yui/jsdoctoolkit and js builder files into the appropriate directories created underneath. Next you can use JSBuilder with the UI to generate a .jsb file and save that to the jsbuilder directory of the new directory. Make sure that all your source files are stored in the source directory of the new directory.

    I hope this saves someone some time!
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    Thank you for sharing
    and I think it will be very handy to people who want to "hit three birds with one shot".
    going to make a copy of Chinese Version for this bat script

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