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sdyalor
@sdyalor
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Chris
@ipatch
ohh wow my webpack is hashing my classnames
sdyalor
@sdyalor
I'm new in webpack
;c
Hope i could help you in a couple of years
but there is a property in configuration file
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Răzvan Idomir
@tsuby
Hi there, is there a way to simulate '[contenthash]' in webpack 3? I need it to basically have a library exposed with a static file name (where the '[contenthash]' would function as a lib version)
For just one file, for the others I still need to use '[hash]'
Peter Müller
@Munter
It's just a string, you can put anything in there. For example libname.${require('./package.json').version}.js
Erwann Mest
@kud
hey
I've got a weird thing in the shell
 Entrypoint undefined = index.html
My code
    entry: ["react-hot-loader/patch", `${SRC_DIR}/index.js`],
It doesn't break anything, my webpack works like a charm, but why I've got this undefined?
Răzvan Idomir
@tsuby
@Munter Using [contenthash] would've also been a mechanism to automatically update the "version" number whenever necessary without additional hassle. Thank you for your suggestion, I'll use it :)
ronaklalwaniii
@ronaklalwaniii
Any good tutorial out there to learn webpack? I am a newbie
Diego Gullo
@bizmate
ronaklalwaniii
@ronaklalwaniii
Thanks, @bizmate i'll check it out.
Peter Müller
@Munter
@tsuby So you just want all files to be content addressable? I highly recommend upgrading your webpack version to opt into those new things
Asim KT
@asimqt
Hi, Can I run my webpack configuration sequentially?.
module.exports = [
  {
    ...webpackConfig,
    ...resolveConfig,
    ...{
      entry: customEntry,
      plugins: enhancedPlugin,
      output: customOutput
    },
    externals
  },
  {
    ...webpackConfig,
    ...resolveConfig,
    ...{
      entry: customEntry,
      plugins: enhancedPlugin,
      module: { ...webpackModule, ...{ rules: enhancedRules } }
    }
  }
];
I actually want one normal bundling for all files and one special library bundling for one specific file. Now things are working in my favor. (It's not perfect) But I want the order to be specified.
Asim KT
@asimqt
Anyone? :)
John Marinelli
@johnmarinelli
@asimqt here is the entrypoint for Multi-config webpack: https://github.com/webpack/webpack/blob/master/lib/webpack.js#L35
it looks like order should be whatever you have in module.exports
Asim KT
@asimqt
mm.. I tried that. In my local system, the order is fine and it's building in different order. Is there a chance that the compiler.run(callback) code will run it in parellel?
@johnmarinelli
Thanks.
John Marinelli
@johnmarinelli
@asimqt i'm not sure because I didn't dig too deep in the code
i think it does though. we use a multi config, but it's an Object, not an Array. the order is the same each time and is alphabetical
Peteris Erins
@Pet3ris

I'm using css-loader to import CSS files while also doing css-in-js using bs-css after the css-loader import has been loaded.

The problem - it seems like the css order between the two files is not deterministic. Sometimes one loads ahead, other times it's the other. Are there any ways to control where styles will be loaded onto the page?

M Xu
@mx2323
hey everyone
ive spent the last few days trying to get my CRA app ported to electron :(
between webpack, babel and eslint issues im really confused.
i think i am close… but im hitting this issue
im trying to get webpack to use the non-browser version of superagent in my electron app
but like this issue says using target:’electron-renderer’ causes webpack to pick up the browser version
deAtog
@deAtog
@mx2323 you can change resolve.mainFields so that it will only pick up the main entry from a package's package.json file. This may or may not fix your issue though.
M Xu
@mx2323
Yeah im trying that now (tried it already but it caused all kinds of weird issues)
deAtog
@deAtog
@mx2323 the other option is to provide the absolute path to the file from the node package that you want to import instead of relying on the default resolve behavior
M Xu
@mx2323
the libraries that i am using are relying on the browser field in package.json to package differently… not sure how i would provide an ‘absolute path’
so i tried setting mainFields.. and then i get weird stuff like this -
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maybe i need to still specify the target:’electron-renderer’ even when im setting mainFields in webpack.config.js…
brb going to try that
deAtog
@deAtog
@mx2323 you should be able to do: import ... from 'package/path;
M Xu
@mx2323
well… setting target:’electron-renderer’ at least gets me back to a working page