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feat: add support for Rollup 60 #429

merged 9 commits into from Jun 7, 2018

feat: add support for Rollup 60 #429

merged 9 commits into from Jun 7, 2018


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@tivac tivac commented Jun 7, 2018

This takes advantage of the new plugins APIs introduced in rollup/rollup#2208

modular-css-rollup will now support automatic chunks via multiple inputs and manual chunking of vendor files via manualChunks. It might also support dynamic import but I haven't written tests for that yet.

This is a ⚠️ BREAKING CHANGE ⚠️, it will only be compatible with rollup@0.60 and higher.

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Merging #429 into master will not change coverage.
The diff coverage is 100%.

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@tivac tivac merged commit f731e9b into master Jun 7, 2018
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@tivac tivac deleted the rollup-60 branch Jun 7, 2018
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