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The next-generation JavaScript module bundler.
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Rollup Sep 8
Replying to @RollupJS
Also accesses to unknown global variables are now treated as side effects. Set treeshake.unknownGlobalSideEffects to false to get the old behaviour . On the flip side, Rollup now knows about globalThis:
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Rollup Sep 8
Rollup v1.21.0 contains some nice external contributions from , and that make watch mode more stable, preserved module names configurable and types better
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Lukas Taegert-Atkinson Aug 23
Already more than two weeks, we released Rollup 1.19 with a great new file emission API for plugins: Arbitrary file names if you need them, unified handling of assets and chunks
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Tiger Oakes Aug 14
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Lukas Taegert-Atkinson Jul 14
I'm looking for some free-for-open-source coverage integration for Github PRs in Rollup. I see there is at least Coveralls , Codecov and Codacy . Any experiences and recommendations?
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Rollup Jul 11
Replying to @modernserf
That seems like a bug to me. An issue would be great, thanks
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Rollup Jul 10
Thank you!
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Datawrapper Jul 10
We decided to support , , 's nodemon, , and financially. Open Source is integral to our product, it only makes sense to give back!
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Rollup Jul 1
Rollup plugin authors should check out the new flag. This will throw errors when soon-to-be-outdated features are used to help you update your code for a smooth transition to the next major (will still be a few months, though).
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Lukas Taegert-Atkinson Jul 1
Going from Svelte 2 to Svelte 3 is definitely a rough ride, close to a rewrite in some places. But definitely worth it! is now completely on Svelte 3 and the nasty anchor-link-not-scrolling bug is fixed too.
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open-wc Jun 23
We just released a new plugin which makes it easy to build web apps with rollup. It takes in your index.html. Any module scripts are bundled by rollup and the same index.html is output and optimized for production. Loads the necessary polyfills only when needed, and ...
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Rollup Jun 5
Replying to @RollupJS
New feature in Rollup@1.14.0: Unused argument tree-shaking For more details see
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Rollup Jun 5
New feature in Rollup@1.14.0: try-catch deoptimization for feature detection. This will make polyfills such as core-js work properly when bundled via Rollup even in edge-case scenarios:
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Lukas Taegert-Atkinson Jun 4
Once is merged, there should be finally a nice, zero-configuration way that enables try-catch-based feature detection in . Actually, this should could a lot of nasty edge-case issues! Already tested it with core-js.
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Rollup May 15
🎁 Today we relased rollup@1.12 + rollup-plugin-node-resolve@5 with support for omitting imports based on sideEffects hints in package.json files! Finally near-perfect tree-shaking for the likes of lodash and ramda + new possibilities for plugin devs!
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Rollup May 3
Big Rollup release 🎉! Highlights from v1.11.0: - dynamically emit and reference chunks from plugins for e.g. workers - define manual chunks via a function - revamped id resolution for plugins via this.resolve - lots of bug fixes
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Surma Apr 5
Yeah, we have written worker-plugin and rollup-plugin-workz0r to show that it’s possible to teach to bundlers about workers, worklets etc is working on streamlining this: Not sure about webpack
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Dario Segura Apr 10
Use web-worker-loader plugin to bundle workers: - Supports dependencies - Can emit source maps - Inlines or code-splits the worker code
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Rollup Apr 11
Important release: Rollup 1.10.0 thoroughly improves and fixes the code generated when referencing emitted assets and import.meta properties, and adds plugin hooks to give you full control over both! Check it out:
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useManuel('Lucas') Mar 31
is your friend. I love the simplicity of the config and it's fast as a rabbit on steroids.
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