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fix(ngcc): handle deep imports that already have an extension #32181

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refactor(ngcc): avoid repeated file resolution during dependency scan

During the recursive processing of dependencies, ngcc resolves the
requested file to an actual location on disk, by testing various
extensions. For recursive calls however, the path is known to have been
resolved in the module resolver. Therefore, it is safe to move the path
resolution to the initial caller into the recursive process.

Note that this is not expected to improve the performance of ngcc, as
the call to resolveFileWithPostfixes is known to succeed immediately,
as the provided path is known to exist without needing to add any
postfixes. Furthermore, the FileSystem caches whether files exist, so
the additional check that we used to do was cheap.


fix(ngcc): handle deep imports that already have an extension

During the dependency analysis phase of ngcc, imports are resolved to
files on disk according to certain module resolution rules. Since module
specifiers are typically missing extensions, or can refer to index.js
barrel files within a directory, the module resolver attempts several
postfixes when searching for a module import on disk. Module specifiers
that already include an extension, however, would fail to be resolved as
ngcc's module resolver failed to check the location on disk without
adding any postfixes.

Closes #32097

JoostK added 2 commits Aug 18, 2019
refactor(ngcc): avoid repeated file resolution during dependency scan
During the recursive processing of dependencies, ngcc resolves the
requested file to an actual location on disk, by testing various
extensions. For recursive calls however, the path is known to have been
resolved in the module resolver. Therefore, it is safe to move the path
resolution to the initial caller into the recursive process.

Note that this is not expected to improve the performance of ngcc, as
the call to `resolveFileWithPostfixes` is known to succeed immediately,
as the provided path is known to exist without needing to add any
postfixes. Furthermore, the FileSystem caches whether files exist, so
the additional check that we used to do was cheap.
fix(ngcc): handle deep imports that already have an extension
During the dependency analysis phase of ngcc, imports are resolved to
files on disk according to certain module resolution rules. Since module
specifiers are typically missing extensions, or can refer to index.js
barrel files within a directory, the module resolver attempts several
postfixes when searching for a module import on disk. Module  specifiers
that already include an extension, however, would fail to be resolved as
ngcc's module resolver failed to check the location on disk without
adding any postfixes.

Closes #32097
AndrewKushnir added a commit that referenced this pull request Aug 19, 2019
fix(ngcc): handle deep imports that already have an extension (#32181)
During the dependency analysis phase of ngcc, imports are resolved to
files on disk according to certain module resolution rules. Since module
specifiers are typically missing extensions, or can refer to index.js
barrel files within a directory, the module resolver attempts several
postfixes when searching for a module import on disk. Module  specifiers
that already include an extension, however, would fail to be resolved as
ngcc's module resolver failed to check the location on disk without
adding any postfixes.

Closes #32097

PR Close #32181

@JoostK JoostK deleted the JoostK:ngcc-deep-imports-ext branch Aug 19, 2019

ngdevelop-tech added a commit to ngdevelop-tech/angular that referenced this pull request Aug 27, 2019
refactor(ngcc): avoid repeated file resolution during dependency scan (
…angular#32181)

During the recursive processing of dependencies, ngcc resolves the
requested file to an actual location on disk, by testing various
extensions. For recursive calls however, the path is known to have been
resolved in the module resolver. Therefore, it is safe to move the path
resolution to the initial caller into the recursive process.

Note that this is not expected to improve the performance of ngcc, as
the call to `resolveFileWithPostfixes` is known to succeed immediately,
as the provided path is known to exist without needing to add any
postfixes. Furthermore, the FileSystem caches whether files exist, so
the additional check that we used to do was cheap.

PR Close angular#32181
ngdevelop-tech added a commit to ngdevelop-tech/angular that referenced this pull request Aug 27, 2019
fix(ngcc): handle deep imports that already have an extension (angula…
…r#32181)

During the dependency analysis phase of ngcc, imports are resolved to
files on disk according to certain module resolution rules. Since module
specifiers are typically missing extensions, or can refer to index.js
barrel files within a directory, the module resolver attempts several
postfixes when searching for a module import on disk. Module  specifiers
that already include an extension, however, would fail to be resolved as
ngcc's module resolver failed to check the location on disk without
adding any postfixes.

Closes angular#32097

PR Close angular#32181
sabeersulaiman added a commit to sabeersulaiman/angular that referenced this pull request Sep 6, 2019
refactor(ngcc): avoid repeated file resolution during dependency scan (
…angular#32181)

During the recursive processing of dependencies, ngcc resolves the
requested file to an actual location on disk, by testing various
extensions. For recursive calls however, the path is known to have been
resolved in the module resolver. Therefore, it is safe to move the path
resolution to the initial caller into the recursive process.

Note that this is not expected to improve the performance of ngcc, as
the call to `resolveFileWithPostfixes` is known to succeed immediately,
as the provided path is known to exist without needing to add any
postfixes. Furthermore, the FileSystem caches whether files exist, so
the additional check that we used to do was cheap.

PR Close angular#32181
sabeersulaiman added a commit to sabeersulaiman/angular that referenced this pull request Sep 6, 2019
fix(ngcc): handle deep imports that already have an extension (angula…
…r#32181)

During the dependency analysis phase of ngcc, imports are resolved to
files on disk according to certain module resolution rules. Since module
specifiers are typically missing extensions, or can refer to index.js
barrel files within a directory, the module resolver attempts several
postfixes when searching for a module import on disk. Module  specifiers
that already include an extension, however, would fail to be resolved as
ngcc's module resolver failed to check the location on disk without
adding any postfixes.

Closes angular#32097

PR Close angular#32181
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