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A Webpack Plugin for generating Asset Manifests

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webpack-manifest-plugin

A Webpack plugin for generating an asset manifest.

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Requirements

webpack-manifest-plugin is an evergreen 🌲 module.

This module requires an Active LTS Node version (v10.0.0+) and Webpack v4.44.0+.

Contributing

This repository leverages pnpm for dependency management.

To begin, please install pnpm:

$ npm install pnpm -g

Install

Using npm:

npm install webpack-nano webpack-manifest-plugin --save-dev

Note: We recommend using webpack-nano, a very tiny, very clean webpack CLI.

Usage

Create a webpack.config.js file:

const { WebpackManifestPlugin } = require('webpack-manifest-plugin');
const options = { ... };

module.exports = {
	// an example entry definition
	entry: [ 'app.js'	],
  ...
  plugins: [
    new WebpackManifestPlugin(options)
  ]
};

And run webpack:

$ npx wp

With the default options, the example above will create a manifest.json file in the output directory for the build. The manifest file will contain a map of source filenames to the corresponding build output file. e.g.

{
  "dist/batman.js": "dist/batman.1234567890.js",
  "dist/joker.js": "dist/joker.0987654321.js"
}

Options

basePath

Type: String
Default: ''

Specifies a path prefix for all keys in the manifest. Useful for including your output path in the manifest.

fileName

Type: String
Default: manifest.json

Specifies the file name to use for the resulting manifest. By default the plugin will emit manifest.json to your output directory. Passing an absolute path to the fileName option will override both the file name and path.

filter

Type: Function
Default: undefined

Allows filtering the files which make up the manifest. The passed function should match the signature of (file: FileDescriptor) => Boolean. Return true to keep the file, false to remove the file.

generate

Type: Function
Default: undefined

A custom Function to create the manifest. The passed function should match the signature of (seed: Object, files: FileDescriptor[], entries: string[]) => Object and can return anything as long as it's serialisable by JSON.stringify.

map

Type: Function
Default: undefined

Allows modifying the files which make up the manifest. The passed function should match the signature of (file: FileDescriptor) => FileDescriptor where an object matching FileDescriptor is returned.

publicPath

Type: String
Default: <webpack-config>.output.publicPath

A path prefix that will be added to values of the manifest.

removeKeyHash

Type: RegExp | false
Default: /([a-f0-9]{32}\.?)/gi

If set to a valid RegExp, removes hashes from manifest keys. e.g.

{
  "index.c5a9bff71fdfed9b6046.html": "index.c5a9bff71fdfed9b6046.html"
}
{
  "index.html": "index.c5a9bff71fdfed9b6046.html"
}

The default value for this option is a regular expression targeting Webpack's default md5 hash. To target other hashing functions / algorithms, set this option to an appropriate RegExp. To disable replacing the hashes in key names, set this option to false.

seed

Type: Object
Default: {}

A cache of key/value pairs to used to seed the manifest. This may include a set of custom key/value pairs to include in your manifest, or may be used to combine manifests across compilations in multi-compiler mode. To combine manifests, pass a shared seed object to each compiler's WebpackManifestPlugin instance.

serialize

Type: Function(Object) => string
Default: undefined

A Function which can be leveraged to serialize the manifest in a different format than json. e.g. yaml.

sort

Type: Function
Default: undefined

Allows sorting the files which make up the manifest. The passed function should match the signature of (fileA: FileDescriptor, fileB: FileDescriptor) => Number. Return 0 to indicate no change, -1 to indicate the file should be moved to a lower index, and 1 to indicate the file shoud be moved to a higher index.

useEntryKeys

Type: Boolean
Default: false

If true, the keys specified in the entry property will be used as keys in the manifest. No file extension will be added (unless specified as part of an entry property key).

useLegacyEmit

Type: Boolean
Default: false

If true, the manifest will be written on the deprecated webpack emit hook to be compatible with not yet updated webpack plugins.

A lot of webpack plugins are not yet updated to match the new webpack 5 API. This is a problem when other plugins use the deprecated emit hook. The manifest will be written before these other plugins and thus files are missing on the manifest.

writeToFileEmit

Type: Boolean
Default: false

If true, will emit the manifest to the build directory and in memory for compatibility with webpack-dev-server.

Manifest File Descriptor

This plugin utilizes the following object structure to work with files. Many options for this plugin utilize the structure below.

{
  chunk?: Chunk;
  isAsset: boolean;
  isChunk: boolean;
  isInitial: boolean;
  isModuleAsset: boolean;
  name: string | null;
  path: string;
}

chunk

Type: Chunk

Only available if isChunk is true

isInitial

Type: Boolean

Is required to run you app. Cannot be true if isChunk is false.

isModuleAsset

Type: Boolean

Is required by a module. Cannot be true if isAsset is false.

Compiler Hooks

This plugin supports the following hooks via the getCompilerHooks export; afterEmit, beforeEmit. These hooks can be useful, e.g. changing manifest contents before emitting to disk.

getCompilerHooks

Returns: { afterEmit: SyncWaterfallHook, beforeEmit: SyncWaterfallHook }

Usage

const { getCompilerHooks } = require('webpack-manifest-plugin');

class BatmanPlugin {
  apply(compiler) {
    const { beforeEmit } = getCompilerHooks(compiler);

    beforeEmit.tap('BatmanPlugin', (manifest) => {
      return { ...manifest, name: 'hello' };
    });
  }
}

Notes

  • If using this plugin with webpack-clean and webpack-dev-server, please review this issue.

Attiribution

Special thanks to Dane Thurber, the original author of this plugin, without whom this plugin would not exist.

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CONTRIBUTING

LICENSE (MIT)

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Popularity60/100
Quality93/100
Maintenance100/100