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Alastair Porter
@alastair
ah, looking through some comments it seems like an alternative would be to compile the assets before adding the dependency. This makes sense from the point of view of a package installed from the npm repos, but in our case this is an additional component of our project that's in a github repo
is there a way to trigger a build step during install? (I guess this is more of an npm/node question than webpack)
Alexander Akait
@alexander-akait
I think better open issue in CRA
Alastair Porter
@alastair
it looks like it's something that they know about, and it seems like it'll be supported in a future version
Iwan Aucamp
@aucampia
should webpack hot module replacement with inline set be relaoding things in browser?
Alexander Akait
@alexander-akait
don't use inline
it is deprecated
Rob
@rm-rf-etc
Could somebody take a look at my webpack setup for me and see if you can tell why I'm not getting exports? Testing in nodejs, I assumed webpack would generate the appropriate commonjs exports. This package is intended for the browser but should work in node too. https://github.com/rm-rf-etc/weir/tree/wip
Latest thing I tried was adding libraryTarget: 'umd', because the docs says, "To make the library compatible with other environments, add libraryTarget property to the config. This will add various options about how the library can be exposed."
output: {
  // ...
  globalObject: "this"
}
Sultan Ahmad
@Sultand2k
hi
David
@dcyou
Hi, Someone know the proper way to use YAML files ? As I know, the "yaml-frontmatter-loader" is note as DEPRECATED. Use the raw-loader then js-yaml package ? There is a package js-yaml-loader but this is not a official one.
Alexander Akait
@alexander-akait
What is problem using raw-loader?
David
@dcyou
@evilebottnawi I don't say there is a problem by using this package if I am use this loader I have also to use the js-yamlpackage and I am asking what is the proper way to load YAMLfiles
Alexander Akait
@alexander-akait
using raw-loader
and you can do with yarm what you need in future
also webpack@5 will have built-in raw-loader - no dependencies
David
@dcyou
@evilebottnawi so if I understand well, module.exports = { module: { rules: [ { test: /\.ya?ml$/, use: 'raw-loader', }, ], }, };" then in my code I use the js-yaml package to do mu stuff, example const yaml = require('js-yaml'); ...
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Alexander Akait
@alexander-akait
yes
If you need something specific you can create own loader, we can't support all loader for all edge cases
David
@dcyou
yes I know thank you for help
David
@dcyou
@evilebottnawi thank you again it works in my project, if it can help for implementation: https://github.com/dcyou/resume
Alexander Akait
@alexander-akait
:+1:
Diego Gullo
@bizmate
what is the webpack regular expression syntax for "watch:js": "onchange 'js/*.js' -- npm run build:js",
that one is not a PCRE, and I am trying to match any subfolder too
Alexander Akait
@alexander-akait
'js/**/*.js'
it is glob
Diego Gullo
@bizmate
is glob a type of syntax?
Alexander Akait
@alexander-akait
i can't undestand
Diego Gullo
@bizmate
how do you know this is the syntax to use? is there a manual. also i just tried and it is not working :/
Alexander Akait
@alexander-akait
Diego Gullo
@bizmate
thanks for the link, dont know why but it is not updating even if I refresh the page
i think i need to change something else in my package
json
Rob
@rm-rf-etc
Having trouble launching devserver in a child process and making sure it kills off all resulting node processes. Seems that devserver results in 3 separate processes, and I can only kill off 2 of them via child_process.kill. Not seeing much about this in search results.
Raghava
@Raghav009
HI i am trying to set the output.publicpath : window.location.origin + window.location.pathname.split('Web')[0] + 'Web/Scripts/dist/app2/' is this possible in webpack4 , as i am getting error webpack-cli : window is not defined
Rob
@rm-rf-etc
@Raghav009 webpack runs in nodejs, there's no window object in the nodejs environment
What would you use location.pathname for in webpack? And what are you expecting for the value of location.pathname?
Raghava
@Raghav009
@rm-rf-etc i wanted to use dynamic path so url is looks like this Ex: "http://testing{countrycode}.com/data/{country}/Web/Customers/invoice/index/bills" it will we deployed in multiple sites so i wanted to make it dynamic and all my scripts will be deployed at the Web folder and that to we have many servers
Raghava
@Raghav009
The Problem came only when we have to load dynamic Chunks on the particular servers for different routs
Rob
@rm-rf-etc
@Raghav009 I don't think you need window.location.pathname for this. When webpack first starts, you won't have window available. But if you really haaaaad to do it this way, I suppose you could first start a web server, connect to it (with your browser), and use that request to launch webpack with the data from the initial request.
I probably don't understand your use case though
Otherwise, just set some environment variables and build our publicPath that way.
dagtveit
@dagtveit
i have an aurelia project that uses some gulp task to run webpack build and webpack dev server. when i run with the server it dosnt watch and build my static files like html and stuff
while the build does. can anyone help me configure it so that it builds also the static files
watch it i mean
Raghava
@Raghav009
@rm-rf-etc thanks for the inputs
dagtveit
@dagtveit
can somone tell me the difference between the webpack dev server and build command wy dosnt the webpackdev server run the webpackcopy plugin
Raghava
@Raghav009
@dagtveit you can use webpack to watch your files but you need to configure them check this link "https://webpack.js.org/configuration/watch/#watch"