I'm tired of setting up tons of compilers with gulp/grunt/… so I wanted to learn more about the Fusile idea… I got it running and it autocompile which is great. One question, how do you build everything for deployment? Or is the idea that everything in the mounted folder is ready to go?
I'm basically just exploring how we could improve our setup as I'm growing tired of managing tons of build tasks
Currently we have gulp tasks that watches, compiles and servers which is the same as Fusile, right. So how would you say the differ in approach? I mean, what is the difference if it's a fuse drive or an ordinary .tmp folder?
Or is the advantage that everything compile automatically based on file types?
no worries if you don't have time now of course :)
If you do a live reloading setup I think the best setup is most likely to put file watchers on your source files instead of the fuse mount. I am currently trying to be clever about file watchers inside fusile, but it feels bad and really doesn't cover all the use cases. I might pull that out again at some point. Not really a problem, since watching the source file and triggering an update in the browser will still hit the file on the fuse mount, which will then be recompiled