gulp-load-plugins - Automatically load in gulp plugins

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Loads gulp plugins from package dependencies and attaches them to an object of your choice. You can then use the plugins just like you would if you'd manually required them, but referring to them as plugins.name(), rather than just name().

https://github.com/jackfranklin/gulp-load-plugins

Dependencies:

array-unique : ^0.2.1
fancy-log : ^1.2.0
findup-sync : ^0.4.0
gulplog : ^1.0.0
has-gulplog : ^0.1.0
micromatch : ^2.3.8
resolve : ^1.1.7

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