Last Updated: February 25, 2016
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· mhdaljuboori

Use ng-annotate for all files in directory and its contents recursively

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This is a simple script to run ng-annotate for all files in specific directory and all contents of directories inside that directory

NG-Annotate Uses

Adds and removes AngularJS dependency injection annotations. It is non-intrusive so your source code stays exactly the same otherwise. No lost comments or moved lines. (from GitHub)

Code

var sh = require('shelljs');

function annotateFile (filePath) {
  console.log('annotate ' + filePath);
  sh.exec('ng-annotate -a ' + filePath + ' -o ' + filePath);
}

function annotateFolder (folderPath) {
  console.log("annotate Folder " + folderPath);
  sh.cd(folderPath);
  var files = sh.ls() || [];

  for (var i=0; i<files.length; i++) {
    var file = files[i];
    if (file.match(/.*\.js$/))
      annotateFile(file);
    else if (!file.match(/.*\..*/)) {
      annotateFolder(file);
      sh.cd('../');
    }
  }
}
if (process.argv.slice(2)[0])
  annotateFolder(process.argv.slice(2)[0]);
else {
  console.log('There is no folder');
  console.log('--- node FILENAME.js FOLDER_PATH');
}

You also can find the code in this gist

Usage

You must installed NodeJS, ShellJS and ng-annotate of course.

$ npm install shelljs
$ npm install -g ng-annotate

Then you can simply run the script

$ node SCRIPT_FILE_NAME FOLDER_PATH