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fix($core): do not transpile core packages' dependencies #1771

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commented Aug 12, 2019


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Didn't have the time to get a minimal reproduction, but here's the error log I've got after upgrading to vuepress 1.0.3:
Seems it's trying to transpile the core-js package and failed.
The change was added in #1685 and was trying to fix #1623. But I think adding the entry files of core plugins is enough to ensure babel's polyfill detection to work, so I excluded the nested node_modules directory in the path pattern.

sodatea added a commit to vuejs/vue-cli that referenced this pull request Aug 12, 2019

fix: lock vuepress version, fixes documentation deployment
Need to stick to 1.0.2 until vuejs/vuepress#1771
is merged & released.
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