So Im planning to use Html5Boilerplate as a base to build a new WP Theme on. The Boilerplate comes with the Builder, a handy Tool for minifiying, concatenating and compressing ones Website for obvious reasons: speed/performance-gain, easier mobile access and so on.
I would very much like to use this feature with my theme. Problem: The builder outputs the processed files into a subdir /publish. Without WP one could use a .htaccess rule to reroute the base domain, e.g. mysite.net to mysite.net/publish. This is the method proposed by Html5Boilerplate.
Since I can't possibly use this approach in a Theme, I would need a way to tell WP to go looking for the Theme's files in the /publish subdir of the actual Theme dir. Anyone know a way to do that?
Alternatively, is there a way to tell The build script to look for the source Files in a subdir, and to subsequently publish the files into the theme root?