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entwine:combining_several_twine_stories_into_one [2016/05/19 22:11]
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entwine:combining_several_twine_stories_into_one [2017/10/09 20:39] (current)
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 Then press Enter to have npm install these packages for you. Then press Enter to have npm install these packages for you.
  
-You'll also need to download the story format you plan on using. Follow the appropriate link and save it from your browser to **src/format.js**:​+You'll also need to download the story format you plan on using. Follow the appropriate link and save it from your browser to a file named **format.js** ​in your **src** folder:
  
   * [[https://​bitbucket.org/​klembot/​twinejs/​raw/​e473ee4d26cf5eac4b16f3a55ecc25c763a14092/​story-formats/​Harlowe/​format.js?​at=default|Harlowe]]   * [[https://​bitbucket.org/​klembot/​twinejs/​raw/​e473ee4d26cf5eac4b16f3a55ecc25c763a14092/​story-formats/​Harlowe/​format.js?​at=default|Harlowe]]
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 </​code>​ </​code>​
  
-As noted in the Gruntfile, you'll need to edit the file names to match the stories you have in Twine. ​+As noted in the Gruntfile, you'll need to edit the file names to match the stories you have in Twine
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 +==== Using It ==== 
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 +Type ''​grunt''​ and press Enter in your terminal window to build your story. It'll appear in your project'​s **dist** folder in a file named **my-story.html**,​ unless you changed that name in your Gruntfile. 
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 +Typing ''​grunt watch''​ and pressing Enter in your terminal window will start Grunt watching your Twine stories for changes. As you edit in Twine, the files will be automatically copied to your **src** folder and the merged story will be rebuilt in **dist**. You can hide away the terminal window as you work. 
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 +If you'd like the watch process to end, press Control-C in the terminal window. Windows will ask you if you're sure you want to quit this process; OS X and Linux will immediately quit it for you.
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