Usage: css-inliner-cli [options] <input>
-V, --version output the version number
-E, --extension <regex> extension regex (default: "\\.([^.]+)
-R, --replacement <string> extension replacement (default: ".css.$1")
-T, --template <handlebars|jinja2> templating language to use
-e, --encoding <format> encoding of the input file (default: "utf-8")
-d, --debug toggle debugging information
-h, --help display help for command
The aim of this package is to be as compact and simple as possible. Some
assumptions are therefore made regarding its use case. Most importantly, it is
required that one or more files are selected using a glob pattern.
Each match should be a file in order to be inlined.
For convenience, any pattern within each matched files can be replaced by some
string. In the default configuration, the specified input <filename>.<ext> is
inlined with any referenced CSS stylesheets. The result is written to
Make sure that you put the input argument in quotes to ensure that the shell
does not run away with your magic variables, such as the wildcard *.
When using the --replacement or -R option, make sure to prepend any
back references to capture groups in the extension regex with a backslash.