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Accept stdin #3189

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bfred-it opened this issue Jul 3, 2019 · 2 comments

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commented Jul 3, 2019

馃檵 Feature request

cat 'require("foo")("foo this")' | parcel-bundler build -

Like browserify does, accept stdin as if it was a file in the current directory (for the module resolution cwd)

馃 Expected Behavior

Exactly like this:

cat 'require("foo")("foo this")' > index.js && parcel-bundler build index.js

馃敠 Context

This would let me create easy bundles without having to go through files that have to be deleted and/or gitignored.

馃捇 Examples

echo 'console.log("Hello!");' | browserify - 
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commented Jul 8, 2019

How would parcel know in this example that you passed Javascript and not HTML or CSS? With a --stdin-type flag?

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commented Jul 8, 2019

That's a good point. I see three options:

  • only accept one type, e.g. JS
  • do content detection
  • add filename/extension flag, like echo 'true' | parcel build --stdin js

Probably only the last one is sane

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