Making your own presets

Preset is an npm package (or a directory) that contains a config and tasks.

The file structure looks like this:

├── task1
│   └── index.js
├── task2
│   └── index.js
├── config.json
├── package.json

And the package.json would look like this:

"name": "mrm-preset-default",
"version": "0.1.0",
"description": "Common tasks for Mrm",
"author": {
"name": "Artem Sapegin",
"url": ""
"homepage": "",
"repository": "sapegin/mrm",
"license": "MIT",
"engines": {
"node": ">=4"
"main": "config.json",
"files": ["config.json", "*/index.js"],
"keywords": ["mrm", "mrm-task", "mrm-preset"],
"dependencies": {
"mrm-core": "^2.1.3",
"mrm-task-gitignore": "^0.1.0"

See Making tasks to learn how to create Mrm tasks. To add a task to a preset put it into a <TASK>/index.js file in your preset package folder.

If you want to use a task from npm (or any default task), you should include it as a dependency. That way you can be sure that you’ll always have a task version that works for your project.

For example, if you want to use mrm-task-gitignore task, you need to create a gitignore/index.js file in your preset package folder:

module.exports = require('mrm-task-gitignore');

The package name should should follow this pattern: mrm-preset-<TASK>, otherwise you’ll have to type full package name when you run a task:

mrm license --preset unicorn # mrm-preset-unicorn
mrm license --preset @mycompany/unicorn-preset # @mycompany/unicorn-preset