Robert Penner February 2016
To compile a single TypeScript file to .js with a custom name, use
tsc MyCompany.ClassA.ts --outFile MyCompany.ClassA.generated.js
Compiling multiple files to the
.generated.js pattern would require a bit more work. You could compile one at a time as in the
tsc example above.
tsc A.ts --outFile A.generated.js
tsc B.ts --outFile B.generated.js
Or you could use
--outDir to collect the compiled files under standard names, and then rename them with your own script.
tsc --outDir ./generated
# run script to rename ./generated/*.js to *.generated.js
--out, which is deprecated: