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fix: binary scripts should use package exports #12315

merged 3 commits into from Feb 7, 2022


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@SimenB SimenB commented Feb 7, 2022


Instead of reaching into build/ we should use the exported API. This also ensures it keeps working when we bundle without changes

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I've tested calling the binary files still work

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Merging #12315 (c5b34df) into main (a9b7e8a) will decrease coverage by 0.00%.
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- Misses       5650     5651       +1     
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@SimenB SimenB merged commit 3a7e1c9 into jestjs:main Feb 7, 2022
@SimenB SimenB deleted the bin-use-package-exports branch February 7, 2022 07:34
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