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@shvaikalesh shvaikalesh changed the title from New workers to Refactor workers & Brunch startup & introduce JS API Feb 15, 2017

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rudi-c Jul 12, 2017

Hi @paulmillr @shvaikalesh, since this PR looks like a big one but currently isn't seeing progress, would it be possible to write a summary of the features it will bring, API changes, and bugs it will fix? Right now Typescript is quite hard to use with Brunch and I have ideas on how to fix that, but I want to make sure to avoid doing duplicate and/or conflicting changes with the intended direction of Brunch.

rudi-c commented Jul 12, 2017

Hi @paulmillr @shvaikalesh, since this PR looks like a big one but currently isn't seeing progress, would it be possible to write a summary of the features it will bring, API changes, and bugs it will fix? Right now Typescript is quite hard to use with Brunch and I have ideas on how to fix that, but I want to make sure to avoid doing duplicate and/or conflicting changes with the intended direction of Brunch.

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Hi @paulmillr @shvaikalesh, big +1 to @rudi-c comment, would be awesome to have some kind of roadmap for 3.0 release to understand what's coming. This would greatly help Brunch users in navigating existing issues and give better understanding if it's worth submitting new pull requests.
Thanks in advance.

Hi @paulmillr @shvaikalesh, big +1 to @rudi-c comment, would be awesome to have some kind of roadmap for 3.0 release to understand what's coming. This would greatly help Brunch users in navigating existing issues and give better understanding if it's worth submitting new pull requests.
Thanks in advance.

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Merge remote-tracking branch 'brunch/master' into new-workers
# Conflicts:
#	.travis.yml
#	lib/utils/config-validate.js
#	lib/utils/helpers.js
#	lib/utils/plugin-adapter.js
#	lib/utils/plugins.js
#	lib/watch.js
#	lib/workers/index.js
#	lib/workers/job-processor.js
#	lib/workers/jobs.js
#	lib/workers/manager.js
#	package.json

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I am wondering if this will bring support for alternate bundlers like Rollup.

If we were to support Rollup, it would need some changes in the pipeline architecture. Since Rollup really shines with ES6 modules and tree-shaking, we would have some plugins run beforehand, and some (like Babel) run after the bundle is generated. Also, I wonder if Rollup would have better or worse performance than deppack. I'm not sure what types of optimizations they have done as far as atomic rebuilding.

It would be interesting to define a bundler API, that any new bundler could implement.

If I can help in any way, just ping me. I'm very excited to see what 3.0 brings!

Tim15 commented Oct 1, 2017

I am wondering if this will bring support for alternate bundlers like Rollup.

If we were to support Rollup, it would need some changes in the pipeline architecture. Since Rollup really shines with ES6 modules and tree-shaking, we would have some plugins run beforehand, and some (like Babel) run after the bundle is generated. Also, I wonder if Rollup would have better or worse performance than deppack. I'm not sure what types of optimizations they have done as far as atomic rebuilding.

It would be interesting to define a bundler API, that any new bundler could implement.

If I can help in any way, just ping me. I'm very excited to see what 3.0 brings!

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Hi, what's the status of this PR?

StarpTech commented Dec 12, 2017

Hi, what's the status of this PR?

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Tim15 Jul 24, 2018

Any updates on this PR and version 3.0? Is the project still under development/being maintained?

Tim15 commented Jul 24, 2018

Any updates on this PR and version 3.0? Is the project still under development/being maintained?

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@Tim15 I guess the entire Brunch team must have been eaten by wolves on the same night. What a shame, I liked this project.

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jacksonrayhamilton commented Jul 24, 2018

@Tim15 I guess the entire Brunch team must have been eaten by wolves on the same night. What a shame, I liked this project.

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Unfortunately we are focusing on more value creation; through other projects — at this particular moment. Sad we cannot spend more time with Brunch. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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paulmillr commented Jul 26, 2018

Unfortunately we are focusing on more value creation; through other projects — at this particular moment. Sad we cannot spend more time with Brunch. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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