So, it’s a fairly simple GUI around the YUI Compressor, which will watch any root directory you specify and check at regular intervals to see whether anything’s changed. If it has, it’ll find all the *.js files in the directory, whack them all together and then minify them into a filename of your choice. Load it up, choose your directory, click “Start” and you’re away. Closing the app doesn’t stop it working, but pops it into your system tray so you don’t have to have it hanging about in your taskbar.
It’ll be available for Windows & Linux as they’re fairly easy to put together – sorting out a package for OSX is quite awkward so that’s on the backburner for now.
It’ll be up for download in Shinypixel Labs presently, after I’ve tidied up a couple of bits and bobs.