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@weh/replacer

1.0.2 • Public • Published

replacer

This is a sample plugin for weh. It shows how to build a very simple plugin that does very little. In this case, it replaces the content in all of your source files with a custom string.

You shouldn't use this (I think)

Installation

npm install --save @weh/replacer

Usage

Just drop it in your site's build process:

const weh = require('@weh/weh')
const replacer = require('@weh/replacer')
 
const site = weh()
site.plugin(replacer)
site.build()

This will replace all of the files in the same directory with you've been replaced!. The file you wrote this in, too. This is why you shouldn't use it.

If you want to replace everything with a custom string, you can specify that in the options:

site.plugin(replacer, {
  content: 'check this out!'
})

License

MIT

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install

npm i @weh/replacer

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1.0.2

license

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