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gulp CLI docs

       gulp has very few flags to know about. All other flags are for tasks to use if needed.

       · -v or --version will display the global and local gulp versions

       · --require  <module  path>  will  require  a  module before running the gulpfile. This is
         useful for transpilers but also has other applications. You can use  multiple  --require

       · --gulpfile  <gulpfile  path>  will  manually  set  path  of gulpfile. Useful if you have
         multiple gulpfiles. This will set the CWD to the gulpfile directory as well

       · --cwd <dir path> will manually set the CWD. The search for the gulpfile, as well as  the
         relativity of all requires will be from here

       · -T or --tasks will display the task dependency tree for the loaded gulpfile

       · --tasks-simple will display a plaintext list of tasks for the loaded gulpfile

       · --color will force gulp and gulp plugins to display colors even when no color support is

       · --no-color will force gulp and gulp plugins  to  not  display  colors  even  when  color
         support is detected

       · --silent will disable all gulp logging

       The CLI adds process.env.INIT_CWD which is the original cwd it was launched from.

   Task specific flags
       Refer                      to                      this                      StackOverflow
       link for how to add task specific flags

       Tasks  can  be executed by running gulp <task> <othertask>. Just running gulp will execute
       the task you registered called default. If there is no default task gulp will error.

       You    can     find     a     list     of     supported     languages     at     interpret If you would like to add support for
       a new language send pull request/open issues there.

                                          February 2019                                    GULP()