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Webpack ReferenceError: process is not defined #871

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LionelGarcia opened this issue May 5, 2019 · 40 comments
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Webpack ReferenceError: process is not defined #871

LionelGarcia opened this issue May 5, 2019 · 40 comments
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@LionelGarcia LionelGarcia commented May 5, 2019

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Fresh electron-vue project gives webpack error:
ReferenceError: process is not defined

Capture d’écran 2019-05-05 à 15 58 26

Look like issue #516 solved by #726 for build:web
Reproduction
vue init simulatedgreg/electron-vue test_vue_error
cd test_vue_error
npm install
npm run dev
Screenshot of rendering error

Capture d’écran 2019-05-05 à 15 45 05

Development environment
  • Node version: v12.1.0
  • NPM version: 6.9.0
  • vue-cli version: 2.9.6
  • Vue version: 2.6.10
  • Webpack version: 4.30.0
  • Operating System: OSX 10.14.4
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@LionelGarcia LionelGarcia commented May 6, 2019

Solved by removing:

<% if (!process.browser) { %>
    <script>
        if (process.env.NODE_ENV !== 'development') window.__static = require('path').join(__dirname, '/static').replace(/\\/g, '\\\\')
    </script>
<% } %>

from src/index.ejs:16

Might not be the right solution but works as a temporary fix for me. Not sure issue should be closed though!

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@jeremyfromearth jeremyfromearth commented May 7, 2019

I also ran into this issue. Is it possible that your Node version changed? I find that I can replicate this problem consistently by upgrading/downgrading Node, using NVM to switch between various versions. The fix, for me, was to rm -rf node_modules; npm i; npm run dev, after making the version change. Update: I get this error consistently with Node v12.1.0 and cannot get around it by re-installing dependencies.

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@wubzz wubzz commented May 8, 2019

Experiencing the same issue on Node 12.2.0. Not sure what causes it, and not entirely convinced the issue is in this repo. Probably a dependency. Removing parts from the template will work for npm run dev, but not so much for npm run build or npm run pack.

My temporary solution was to do modify HtmlWebpackPlugin in .electron-vue/webpack.web.config.js and .electron-vue/webpack.renderer.config.js:

new HtmlWebpackPlugin({
      filename: 'index.html',
      template: path.resolve(__dirname, '../src/index.ejs'),
      templateParameters(compilation, assets, options) {
        return {
          compilation: compilation,
          webpack: compilation.getStats().toJson(),
          webpackConfig: compilation.options,
          htmlWebpackPlugin: {
            files: assets,
            options: options
          },
          process,
        };
      },
      minify: {
        collapseWhitespace: true,
        removeAttributeQuotes: true,
        removeComments: true
      },
      nodeModules: false
    }),
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@jeremyfromearth jeremyfromearth commented May 8, 2019

I refactored my project to use this: https://github.com/nklayman/vue-cli-plugin-electron-builder. Works w/ Node 12, is generally simpler and more well documented.

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@JBtje JBtje commented May 17, 2019

The same error appeared after updating nodejs to 12.2.0 (in 11 it was all working). The solution of wubzz solves it.

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@AIMentalModel AIMentalModel commented May 18, 2019

Experiencing the same issue on Node 12.2.0. Not sure what causes it, and not entirely convinced the issue is in this repo. Probably a dependency. Removing parts from the template will work for npm run dev, but not so much for npm run build or npm run pack.

My temporary solution was to do modify HtmlWebpackPlugin in .electron-vue/webpack.web.config.js and .electron-vue/webpack.renderer.config.js:

new HtmlWebpackPlugin({
      filename: 'index.html',
      template: path.resolve(__dirname, '../src/index.ejs'),
      templateParameters(compilation, assets, options) {
        return {
          compilation: compilation,
          webpack: compilation.getStats().toJson(),
          webpackConfig: compilation.options,
          htmlWebpackPlugin: {
            files: assets,
            options: options
          },
          process,
        };
      },
      minify: {
        collapseWhitespace: true,
        removeAttributeQuotes: true,
        removeComments: true
      },
      nodeModules: false
    }),

I'm a new boy for javascript, how to do that, detail please

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@kmaher9 kmaher9 commented May 21, 2019

@AIMentalModel have you first tried the solution from @LionelGarcia - about removing the section from the index.ejs file? I only mention because it has worked well for me.

link to the comment -> #871 (comment)

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@d0peCode d0peCode commented May 28, 2019

I also run into this issue after upgraded version of node to latest. I need v12 to use web workers. I don't think removing following:

<!-- Set `__static` path to static files in production -->
<% if (!process.browser) { %>
  <script>
    if (process.env.NODE_ENV !== 'development') window.__static = require('path').join(__dirname, '/static').replace(/\\/g, '\\\\')
  </script>
<% } %>

is a real solution. I'm not sure how it will behavior when I'll switch from development to production. Any thoughts about that?

I'm using windows 10.


Edit
However this is weird because when I dig some more I found out that local NodeJS version doesn't really matter because vue-electron ship its own NodeJS copy.

@LionelGarcia you wrote that you have node v12.1.0 but do you mean your local node or you somehow updated node shipped with electron-vue?

you can check local version by node -v in terminal and you can check your electron-vue node version by opening dev tools within electron window and calling process.versions in console. In my case:

image

and local:

image

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@AIMentalModel AIMentalModel commented May 28, 2019

@kmaher9
i think i test it first by that solution, but i have something error for my project.
my work need a component for vue, but i take the error ,so i use that component for electron-react.
sorry about that.

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@kmaher9 kmaher9 commented May 30, 2019

@kmaher9
i think i test it first by that solution, but i have something error for my project.
my work need a component for vue, but i take the error ,so i use that component for electron-react.
sorry about that.

Cool well I'm glad you found a solution, consider closing this ticket off if your issue is resolved :)

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@nattvara nattvara commented Jun 1, 2019

Seems to work for me using an older node version, node v11.15.0 works, with node v12.x i get the ReferenceError: process is not defined error

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@xtx1130 xtx1130 commented Jun 3, 2019

in electron v5.x. You should addnodeIntegration in main process

mainWindow = new BrowserWindow({
    height: 563,
    useContentSize: true,
    width: 1000,
    title: 'TBFE',
    webPreferences: {
      nodeIntegration: true // add this
    }
  })

And it will resolve this problem.

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@hiepvq hiepvq commented Jun 4, 2019

add this code solved the problem for me

templateParameters(compilation, assets, options) {
        return {
          compilation: compilation,
          webpack: compilation.getStats().toJson(),
          webpackConfig: compilation.options,
          htmlWebpackPlugin: {
            files: assets,
            options: options
          },
          process,
        };
      }
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@tvortsa tvortsa commented Jul 27, 2019

add this code solved the problem for me

templateParameters(compilation, assets, options) {
        return {
          compilation: compilation,
          webpack: compilation.getStats().toJson(),
          webpackConfig: compilation.options,
          htmlWebpackPlugin: {
            files: assets,
            options: options
          },
          process,
        };
      }

where add this your code ?

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@hiepvq hiepvq commented Jul 27, 2019

add this code solved the problem for me

templateParameters(compilation, assets, options) {
        return {
          compilation: compilation,
          webpack: compilation.getStats().toJson(),
          webpackConfig: compilation.options,
          htmlWebpackPlugin: {
            files: assets,
            options: options
          },
          process,
        };
      }

where add this your code ?

...electron-vue\webpack.renderer.config.js
...electron-vue\webpack.web.config.js

new HtmlWebpackPlugin({
      filename: 'index.html',
      template: path.resolve(__dirname, '../src/index.ejs'),
      templateParameters(compilation, assets, options) {
        return {
          compilation: compilation,
          webpack: compilation.getStats().toJson(),
          webpackConfig: compilation.options,
          htmlWebpackPlugin: {
            files: assets,
            options: options
          },
          process,
        };
      },
      minify: {
        collapseWhitespace: true,
        removeAttributeQuotes: true,
        removeComments: true
      },
      nodeModules: false
    }),
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@hulkyhawk hulkyhawk commented Aug 12, 2019

i tried and only solution from @wubzz works

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@burzum burzum commented Aug 16, 2019

I have the same issue... :( In my case the proposed workaround from @d0peCode worked for me.

λ npm -v
6.10.3
λ yarn -v
1.15.2
λ node -v
v12.8.0
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@ErcilioMarques ErcilioMarques commented Aug 29, 2019

i had same issue, I solved by changing node version, i was using node v12.9.1 i changed to v10.16.2 and the issue was solved

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@yikuo123 yikuo123 commented Sep 10, 2019

I edit webpack.renderer.config.js as below:

new HtmlWebpackPlugin({
      filename: 'index.html',
      template: path.resolve(__dirname, '../src/index.ejs'),
      minify: {
        collapseWhitespace: true,
        removeAttributeQuotes: true,
        removeComments: true
      },
      isBrowser: false,
      isDevelopment: process.env.NODE_ENV !== 'production',
      nodeModules: process.env.NODE_ENV !== 'production'
        ? path.resolve(__dirname, '../node_modules')
        : false
    }),

and then change index.ejs like this:

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html lang="zh">
<head>
    <meta charset="utf-8">
    <% if (htmlWebpackPlugin.options.nodeModules) { %>
        <!-- Add `node_modules/` to global paths so `require` works properly in development -->
        <script>
          require('module').globalPaths.push('<%= htmlWebpackPlugin.options.nodeModules.replace(/\\/g, '\\\\') %>')
        </script>
    <% } %>
</head>
<body>

<div id="app">
</div>

<!-- Set `__static` path to static files in production -->
<% if (!htmlWebpackPlugin.options.isBrowser && !htmlWebpackPlugin.options.isDevelopment) { %>
    <script>
      window.__static = require('path').join(__dirname, '/static').replace(/\\/g, '\\\\')
    </script>
<% } %>

<!-- webpack builds are automatically injected -->
</body>
</html>

it just drops "process" and works perfectly for me.

I hope this can help you.

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@snowdream snowdream commented Sep 25, 2019

I have the same issue

npm -v
6.10.2

yarn -v
1.7.0

node -v
v12.8.1

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@jdfwarrior jdfwarrior commented Oct 1, 2019

For this to have a PR that was merged to master and supposedly fixed the issue, I'm still getting the same error as well.

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@baruchiro baruchiro commented Oct 7, 2019

I have the same issue.
But earlier today, it didn't happen in Windows.

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@aliraza114 aliraza114 commented Oct 9, 2019

in electron v5.x. You should addnodeIntegration in main process

mainWindow = new BrowserWindow({
    height: 563,
    useContentSize: true,
    width: 1000,
    title: 'TBFE',
    webPreferences: {
      nodeIntegration: true // add this
    }
  })

And it will resolve this problem.

solved

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@mbach04 mbach04 commented Oct 12, 2019

I edit webpack.renderer.config.js as below:

new HtmlWebpackPlugin({
      filename: 'index.html',
      template: path.resolve(__dirname, '../src/index.ejs'),
      minify: {
        collapseWhitespace: true,
        removeAttributeQuotes: true,
        removeComments: true
      },
      isBrowser: false,
      isDevelopment: process.env.NODE_ENV !== 'production',
      nodeModules: process.env.NODE_ENV !== 'production'
        ? path.resolve(__dirname, '../node_modules')
        : false
    }),

and then change index.ejs like this:

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html lang="zh">
<head>
    <meta charset="utf-8">
    <% if (htmlWebpackPlugin.options.nodeModules) { %>
        <!-- Add `node_modules/` to global paths so `require` works properly in development -->
        <script>
          require('module').globalPaths.push('<%= htmlWebpackPlugin.options.nodeModules.replace(/\\/g, '\\\\') %>')
        </script>
    <% } %>
</head>
<body>

<div id="app">
</div>

<!-- Set `__static` path to static files in production -->
<% if (!htmlWebpackPlugin.options.isBrowser && !htmlWebpackPlugin.options.isDevelopment) { %>
    <script>
      window.__static = require('path').join(__dirname, '/static').replace(/\\/g, '\\\\')
    </script>
<% } %>

<!-- webpack builds are automatically injected -->
</body>
</html>

it just drops "process" and works perfectly for me.

I hope this can help you.

This worked for me. Thanks
--Node version v12.10.0

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@Meilyn Meilyn commented Oct 23, 2019

Seems to work for me using an older node version, node v11.15.0 works, with node v12.x i get the ReferenceError: process is not defined error

True! I spend 2 days deleting code, add code and in the end it was my node version! So, WITH node V12 really don't work! Use an older and there you have it!

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@encryptedtouhid encryptedtouhid commented Nov 14, 2019

I edit webpack.renderer.config.js as below:

new HtmlWebpackPlugin({
      filename: 'index.html',
      template: path.resolve(__dirname, '../src/index.ejs'),
      minify: {
        collapseWhitespace: true,
        removeAttributeQuotes: true,
        removeComments: true
      },
      isBrowser: false,
      isDevelopment: process.env.NODE_ENV !== 'production',
      nodeModules: process.env.NODE_ENV !== 'production'
        ? path.resolve(__dirname, '../node_modules')
        : false
    }),

and then change index.ejs like this:

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html lang="zh">
<head>
    <meta charset="utf-8">
    <% if (htmlWebpackPlugin.options.nodeModules) { %>
        <!-- Add `node_modules/` to global paths so `require` works properly in development -->
        <script>
          require('module').globalPaths.push('<%= htmlWebpackPlugin.options.nodeModules.replace(/\\/g, '\\\\') %>')
        </script>
    <% } %>
</head>
<body>

<div id="app">
</div>

<!-- Set `__static` path to static files in production -->
<% if (!htmlWebpackPlugin.options.isBrowser && !htmlWebpackPlugin.options.isDevelopment) { %>
    <script>
      window.__static = require('path').join(__dirname, '/static').replace(/\\/g, '\\\\')
    </script>
<% } %>

<!-- webpack builds are automatically injected -->
</body>
</html>

it just drops "process" and works perfectly for me.

I hope this can help you.

this works fine. thanks buddy

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@reezooh reezooh commented Nov 29, 2019

I edit webpack.renderer.config.js as below:

new HtmlWebpackPlugin({
      filename: 'index.html',
      template: path.resolve(__dirname, '../src/index.ejs'),
      minify: {
        collapseWhitespace: true,
        removeAttributeQuotes: true,
        removeComments: true
      },
      isBrowser: false,
      isDevelopment: process.env.NODE_ENV !== 'production',
      nodeModules: process.env.NODE_ENV !== 'production'
        ? path.resolve(__dirname, '../node_modules')
        : false
    }),

and then change index.ejs like this:

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html lang="zh">
<head>
    <meta charset="utf-8">
    <% if (htmlWebpackPlugin.options.nodeModules) { %>
        <!-- Add `node_modules/` to global paths so `require` works properly in development -->
        <script>
          require('module').globalPaths.push('<%= htmlWebpackPlugin.options.nodeModules.replace(/\\/g, '\\\\') %>')
        </script>
    <% } %>
</head>
<body>

<div id="app">
</div>

<!-- Set `__static` path to static files in production -->
<% if (!htmlWebpackPlugin.options.isBrowser && !htmlWebpackPlugin.options.isDevelopment) { %>
    <script>
      window.__static = require('path').join(__dirname, '/static').replace(/\\/g, '\\\\')
    </script>
<% } %>

<!-- webpack builds are automatically injected -->
</body>
</html>

it just drops "process" and works perfectly for me.

I hope this can help you.

This works.

Many thanks!

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@lemtasev lemtasev commented Dec 6, 2019

All solution of this issues works for me.
But I still not really understand why.

My node version is v12.13.1.

I am new guy for js and node

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@ChrisKader ChrisKader commented Dec 10, 2019

nodejs/node#26882

Pretty much in node v12+ you need to explicitly import the process module.

Only change you need to make is below is update process to require('process'). I Can submit a PR if needed. No changes to your webpack config or anything is needed.

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
  <head>
    <meta charset="utf-8">
    <title>vest</title>
    <% if (htmlWebpackPlugin.options.nodeModules) { %>
      <!-- Add `node_modules/` to global paths so `require` works properly in development -->
      <script>
        require('module').globalPaths.push('<%= htmlWebpackPlugin.options.nodeModules.replace(/\\/g, '\\\\') %>')
      </script>
    <% } %>
  </head>
  <body>
    <div id="app"></div>
    <!-- Set `__static` path to static files in production -->
    <%  if (!require('process').browser) { %>
      <script>
        if (process.env.NODE_ENV !== 'development') window.__static = require('path').join(__dirname, '/static').replace(/\\/g, '\\\\')
      </script>
    <% } %>

    <!-- webpack builds are automatically injected -->
  </body>
</html>
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@feiquan666 feiquan666 commented Dec 13, 2019

@ChrisKader 你的时非常正确的解决方案,希望大家采用他的解决方案。——node12.8的工作者的一句忠告。——i am from china

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@cdwmhcc cdwmhcc commented Dec 14, 2019

nodejs/node#26882

Pretty much in node v12+ you need to explicitly import the process module.

Only change you need to make is below is update process to require('process'). I Can submit a PR if needed. No changes to your webpack config or anything is needed.

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
  <head>
    <meta charset="utf-8">
    <title>vest</title>
    <% if (htmlWebpackPlugin.options.nodeModules) { %>
      <!-- Add `node_modules/` to global paths so `require` works properly in development -->
      <script>
        require('module').globalPaths.push('<%= htmlWebpackPlugin.options.nodeModules.replace(/\\/g, '\\\\') %>')
      </script>
    <% } %>
  </head>
  <body>
    <div id="app"></div>
    <!-- Set `__static` path to static files in production -->
    <%  if (!require('process').browser) { %>
      <script>
        if (process.env.NODE_ENV !== 'development') window.__static = require('path').join(__dirname, '/static').replace(/\\/g, '\\\\')
      </script>
    <% } %>

    <!-- webpack builds are automatically injected -->
  </body>
</html>

Thank you!

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@mmm8955405 mmm8955405 commented Dec 15, 2019

Method 1:
require('process').browser

Method 2:
templateParameters(compilation, assets, options) {
        return {
          compilation: compilation,
          webpack: compilation.getStats().toJson(),
          webpackConfig: compilation.options,
          htmlWebpackPlugin: {
            files: assets,
            options: options
          },
          process,
        };

Either way, after being packaged as a web or app, the menu will not display correctly. But it can be displayed in the dev environment.

What the hell?
test

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@HiZhaoYun HiZhaoYun commented Dec 26, 2019

nodejs/node#26882

Pretty much in node v12+ you need to explicitly import the process module.

Only change you need to make is below is update process to require('process'). I Can submit a PR if needed. No changes to your webpack config or anything is needed.

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
  <head>
    <meta charset="utf-8">
    <title>vest</title>
    <% if (htmlWebpackPlugin.options.nodeModules) { %>
      <!-- Add `node_modules/` to global paths so `require` works properly in development -->
      <script>
        require('module').globalPaths.push('<%= htmlWebpackPlugin.options.nodeModules.replace(/\\/g, '\\\\') %>')
      </script>
    <% } %>
  </head>
  <body>
    <div id="app"></div>
    <!-- Set `__static` path to static files in production -->
    <%  if (!require('process').browser) { %>
      <script>
        if (process.env.NODE_ENV !== 'development') window.__static = require('path').join(__dirname, '/static').replace(/\\/g, '\\\\')
      </script>
    <% } %>

    <!-- webpack builds are automatically injected -->
  </body>
</html>

it work well, thanks~

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@hyjiacan hyjiacan commented Dec 27, 2019

I refactored my project to use this: https://github.com/nklayman/vue-cli-plugin-electron-builder. Works w/ Node 12, is generally simpler and more well documented.

Cannot agree more, this works better, and the vue-cli3/4 supported.

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@RyanChent RyanChent commented Jan 15, 2020

I edit webpack.renderer.config.js as below:

new HtmlWebpackPlugin({
      filename: 'index.html',
      template: path.resolve(__dirname, '../src/index.ejs'),
      minify: {
        collapseWhitespace: true,
        removeAttributeQuotes: true,
        removeComments: true
      },
      isBrowser: false,
      isDevelopment: process.env.NODE_ENV !== 'production',
      nodeModules: process.env.NODE_ENV !== 'production'
        ? path.resolve(__dirname, '../node_modules')
        : false
    }),

and then change index.ejs like this:

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html lang="zh">
<head>
    <meta charset="utf-8">
    <% if (htmlWebpackPlugin.options.nodeModules) { %>
        <!-- Add `node_modules/` to global paths so `require` works properly in development -->
        <script>
          require('module').globalPaths.push('<%= htmlWebpackPlugin.options.nodeModules.replace(/\\/g, '\\\\') %>')
        </script>
    <% } %>
</head>
<body>

<div id="app">
</div>

<!-- Set `__static` path to static files in production -->
<% if (!htmlWebpackPlugin.options.isBrowser && !htmlWebpackPlugin.options.isDevelopment) { %>
    <script>
      window.__static = require('path').join(__dirname, '/static').replace(/\\/g, '\\\\')
    </script>
<% } %>

<!-- webpack builds are automatically injected -->
</body>
</html>

it just drops "process" and works perfectly for me.

I hope this can help you.

thank you, my node version is 12.14.1, this works for me.

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@Taalaybek Taalaybek commented Jan 30, 2020

did anybody explain what is error mean?

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@KaKi87 KaKi87 commented Feb 3, 2020

Is the temporary fix backwards compatible with Node v10.x ? Thanks

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@blackw212 blackw212 commented Feb 8, 2020

This problem is really annoying, do we get an official fix in order to use latest version of Node? Would be nice, since this post is almost one year old, otherwise fuck this package and i'm going with other solutions...

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@KaKi87 KaKi87 commented Feb 8, 2020

@blackw212 Electron + Parcel works 99% fine 😉

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@panovr panovr commented Feb 11, 2020

I can confirm @ChrisKader solution fix this error.

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