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Sign in Pricing Blog Support Search GitHub This repository Watch 20 Star 444 Fork 106 karlgoldstein/grunt-html2js Code Issues 15 Pull requests 9 Projects 0 Pulse Graphs New grunt ngtemplates parse error issue Parse Error when using < in angular expression #60 Closed sroe opened gulp htmlmin parse error this Issue Jan 16, 2015 · 5 comments Labels None yet Milestone No milestone Assignees No grunt-contrib-htmlmin one assigned 3 participants sroe commented Jan 16, 2015 Hi, when I'm using < (less than) operator in an expression e.g. {{ 4 < 5 }} then I get verbose output: html2js Parse Error: < 5 }} So are angular expressions not fully supported 😢 ? grunt-html2js owner karlgoldstein commented Jan 16, 2015 Please provide a stack trace if you have one. sroe commented Jan 19, 2015 Okay, thats weird, if I copy the files to a clean project folder, install new grunt, new html2js there is no Parse Error with the exact same HTML

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files?! And after updating my node modules I get now a Recursive process.nextTick detected Message: `$ grunt html2js --stack (node) warning: Recursive process.nextTick detected. This will break in the next version of node. Please use setImmediate for recursive deferral. (node) warning: Recursive process.nextTick detected. This will break in the next version of node. Please use setImmediate for recursive deferral. (node) warning: Recursive process.nextTick detected. This will break in the next version of node. Please use setImmediate for recursive deferral. (node) warning: Recursive process.nextTick detected. This will break in the next version of node. Please use setImmediate for recursive deferral. (node) warning: Recursive process.nextTick detected. This will break in the next version of node. Please use setImmediate for recursive deferral.(node) warning: Recursive process.nextTick detected. This will break in the next version of node. Please use setImmediate for recursive deferral. util.js:35 var str = String(f).replace(formatRegExp, function(x) { ^ RangeError: Maximum call stack size exceeded` The Part with warning is repeated several times, I copied only a few messages. But at the moment I will use my workaround with copying the files to the clean project folder. After deleting my node_modu

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Pulse Graphs New issue javascript < is evaluated as invalid html and html-minifier throws parse error #102 Closed constellates opened this Issue Sep 3, 2014 · 6 comments Labels None yet Milestone No milestone Assignees No one assigned 2 participants constellates commented Sep 3, 2014 I'm trying to use grunt-angular-templates in conjunction with angular ui-bootstrap's templates. This https://github.com/karlgoldstein/grunt-html2js/issues/60 default ratings template causes it to throw a parse error https://github.com/angular-ui/bootstrap/blob/master/template/rating/rating.html . The less than sign on line 3 is the culprit. Considering angular allows people to evaluate javascript in their templates is there a way to allow things like this? I tried toggling various settings that seemed potentially related and wasn't able to get it to work. grunt-angular-templates owner https://github.com/ericclemmons/grunt-angular-templates/issues/102 ericclemmons commented Sep 3, 2014 Can you post up the templatized version of rating.html? Have you tried using what's compiled for Bower? https://github.com/angular-ui/bootstrap-bower/blob/master/ui-bootstrap-tpls.js angular.module("template/rating/rating.html", []).run(["$templateCache", function($templateCache) { $templateCache.put("template/rating/rating.html", "\n" + " \n" + " ({{ $index < value ? '*' : ' ' }})\n" + " \n" + ""); }]); constellates commented Sep 3, 2014 When I try to run ngtemplates with that file it throws this error to the console. Warning: Parse Error: < value ? '*' : ' ' }}) ({{ $index < value ? '*' : ' ' }}) Use --force to continue. After running it again with the --force flag. I get the

here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed answers to any questions you might have Meta Discuss the workings and policies of this site About Us http://stackoverflow.com/questions/24922247/grunt-build-aborted-due-to-warning-destination-not-written-because-minified-htm Learn more about Stack Overflow the company Business Learn more about hiring developers or posting ads with us Stack Overflow Questions Jobs Documentation Tags Users Badges Ask Question x Dismiss Join the Stack https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1209523 Overflow Community Stack Overflow is a community of 6.3 million programmers, just like you, helping each other. Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up grunt build Aborted due to warning “Destination not parse error written because minified HTML was empty” and “Parse Error:” up vote 0 down vote favorite I am using Yeoman (http://yeoman.io/) and I usually just run grunt build in order to minify and upload my AngularJS app to the server. However for some reason I am getting a >> Destination not written because minified HTML was empty. I haven't had this trouble before until now and I have warning parse error not changed my Grunt file. It seems as though everything else is getting minifies just fine, even the other html files within the same /views directory. I read on this thread (grunt serve: concurrent:server aborts due to warnings) about something with SCSS but I can't seem to pin point the issue. Why can't I minify my dsit/views/main.html? Here is what it looks like in the terminal Running "htmlmin:dist" (htmlmin) task Minified dist/404.html 3.53 kB → 3.39 kB Minified dist/index.html 2.5 kB → 2.31 kB Minified dist/views/about.html 31 B → 30 B >> Destination not written because minified HTML was empty. Minified dist/views/explore.html 33 B → 32 B Warning: dist/views/main.html Parse Error: ......... more code Here is the "htmlmin:dist" in my Grunt file that is giving me the error htmlmin: { dist: { options: { collapseWhitespace: true, conservativeCollapse: true, collapseBooleanAttributes: true, removeCommentsFromCDATA: true, removeOptionalTags: true }, files: [{ expand: true, cwd: '<%= yeoman.dist %>', src: ['*.html', 'views/{,*/}*.html'], dest: '<%= yeoman.dist %>' }] } }, Here is the main.html component it is complaining about Parse Error: