Using the CLI
sudo npm install -g grunt-cli (Windows users should omit "sudo ", and may need to run the command-line with elevated privileges).
grunt command-line interface comes with a series of options. Use
grunt -h from your terminal to show these options.
Display help text
Specify an alternate base path. By default, all file paths are relative to the
Disable colored output.
Specify an alternate
By default, grunt looks in the current or parent directories for the nearest
Enable debugging mode for tasks that support it.
Print a stack trace when exiting with a warning or fatal error.
A way to force your way past warnings.
Want a suggestion? Don't use this option, fix your code.
Additional directory paths to scan for task and "extra" files.
Npm-installed grunt plugins to scan for task and "extra" files.
Disable writing files (dry run).
Verbose mode. A lot more information output.
Print the grunt version. Combine with --verbose for more info.
Output shell auto-completion rules. See the grunt-cli documentation for more information.
Specify a language interpreter to require first if you are writing your Gruntfile in a language Grunt doesn't support by default.