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  # grunt --help
Grunt: The JavaScript Task Runner (v0.4.5)

 grunt [options] [task [task ...]]

    --help, -h  Display this help text.
        --base  Specify an alternate base path. By default, all file paths are
                relative to the Gruntfile. (grunt.file.setBase) *
    --no-color  Disable colored output.
   --gruntfile  Specify an alternate Gruntfile. By default, grunt looks in the
                current or parent directories for the nearest Gruntfile.js or
                Gruntfile.coffee file.
   --debug, -d  Enable debugging mode for tasks that support it.
       --stack  Print a stack trace when exiting with a warning or fatal error.
   --force, -f  A way to force your way past warnings. Want a suggestion? Don't
                use this option, fix your code.
       --tasks  Additional directory paths to scan for task and "extra" files.
                (grunt.loadTasks) *
         --npm  Npm-installed grunt plugins to scan for task and "extra" files.
                (grunt.loadNpmTasks) *
    --no-write  Disable writing files (dry run).
 --verbose, -v  Verbose mode. A lot more information output.
 --version, -V  Print the grunt version. Combine with --verbose for more info.
  --completion  Output shell auto-completion rules. See the grunt-cli
                documentation for more information.

Options marked with * have methods exposed via the grunt API and should instead
be specified inside the Gruntfile wherever possible.

Available tasks
          sass  Compile Sass to CSS *
        concat  Concatenate files. *
        uglify  Minify files with UglifyJS. *
         watch  Run predefined tasks whenever watched files change.
        jshint  Validate files with JSHint. *
      csssplit  IE Sucks. Who knew? *
          prod  Alias for "concat", "uglify", "sass", "csssplit" tasks.
           dev  Alias for "concat", "sass:dev", "csssplit", "watch" tasks.
       default  Custom task.
         debug  Custom task.

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