When I put the GoogleClosureCompiler option on a JS file, if I rename the file from "main.js" to "main-1.0.0.js", the generated minified file is renamed from "main.min.js" to "main-1.0.01.js", not "main-1.0.0.min.js".
If I put that point apart, this add-in is great. Simple and effective. ;-)
I installed the extension and then I put "YUICompressor" in the Custom Tool of my css file that I want to edit. I right-click on my file and press "Run custom tool" but it only give me a popup saying "Cannot find custom tool 'YUICompressor' on this system."
I'm using Visual Studio 2012 Premium
Is it possible to make an option to search for ALL css and ALL js or a part of it, to compress more than one file at the same time? Its horrible when I have a big project to set the tool for each css/js file.... Maybe set the tool for the build, so when I click on build, the tool will compress the files in the folder, that I have set in the options. That would be very nice.
I did what fbdegroot said to do, but I don't see any options in the properties sidebar to set the Custom Tool property. The only two options I see in the properties window are "File Name" and "Full Path".
Am I missing something? Is there some other prerequisite I need to install?
I'm using VS2012 Pro.
I've found that Minifier creates a new file while publishing named as *.min.css or *.min.js.
While writing the code, I've included the *.css and *.js files.
Now, I'm bit confused if .net itself include the minified files, or do I need to include them manually.