UI Compiler .NET - JavaScript compiler/minifier built on Google Closure Compiler

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A compiler/minifier for JavaScript, built on Google Closure Compiler and YUI Compressor. It provides a .NET component for integration and a windows UI, allowing compilation of multiple source files in to one single file.

http://uicompiler.codeplex.com/

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