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Update dependency rollup-plugin-uglify to v4 #185

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This Pull Request updates dependency rollup-plugin-uglify from v3.0.0 to v4.0.0

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v4.0.0

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uglify-es is not supported anymore so we returned back to old school uglify-js. If you still want to transpile es6+ try rollup-plugin-terser. Terser is actively developed fork of uglify-es with the new name.

In this version we changed the way to import plugin. Now it looks like this

import { uglify } from 'rollup-plugin-uglify';

export default {
  ...
  plugins: [uglify()]
  ...
}

To see more prettier errors uglify shows also babel code frame

    > 1 | var = 1
        |    ^ Name expected

Error: Error transforming bundle with 'uglify' plugin: Name expected


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garciparedes added some commits Jul 8, 2018

@garciparedes garciparedes merged commit b7e05a5 into master Jul 8, 2018

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