Sentry Webpack Plugin
A webpack plugin acting as an interface to Sentry CLI.
$ npm install @sentry/webpack-plugin --only=dev
$ yarn add @sentry/webpack-plugin --dev
You can use either
.sentryclirc file or ENV variables described here
const SentryCliPlugin = ;const config =plugins:include: '.'ignoreFile: '.sentrycliignore'ignore: 'node_modules' 'webpack.config.js'configFile: 'sentry.properties';
Also, check the example directory.
release [optional]- unique name of a release, must be a
string, should uniquely identify your release, defaults to
sentry-cli releases propose-versioncommand which should always return the correct version
array, one or more paths that Sentry CLI should scan recursively for sources. It will upload all
.mapfiles and match associated
function(key: string): bool, a filter for entry points that should be processed. By default, the release will be injected into all entry points.
string, path to a file containing list of files/directories to ignore. Can point to
.gitignoreor anything with same format
array, one or more paths to ignore during upload. Overrides entries in
ignoreFilefile. If neither
ignoreare present, defaults to
string, path to Sentry CLI config properties, as described in https://docs.sentry.io/learn/cli/configuration/#properties-files. By default, the config file is looked for upwards from the current path and defaults from
~/.sentryclircare always loaded
array, this sets the file extensions to be considered. By default the following file extensions are processed: js, map, jsbundle and bundle.
string, this sets an URL prefix in front of all files. This defaults to
~/but you might want to set this to the full URL. This is also useful if your files are stored in a sub folder. eg:
boolean, this attempts sourcemap validation before upload when rewriting is not enabled. It will spot a variety of issues with source maps and cancel the upload if any are found. This is not the default as this can cause false positives.
array, when paired with
rewritethis will chop-off a prefix from uploaded files. For instance you can use this to remove a path that is build machine specific.
boolean, when paired with
rewritethis will add
boolean, this prevents the automatic detection of sourcemap references.
boolean, enables rewriting of matching sourcemaps so that indexed maps are flattened and missing sources are inlined if possible., defaults to
boolean, attempts a dry run (useful for dev environments)
boolean, print some useful debug information
You can find more information about these options in our official docs: https://docs.sentry.io/learn/cli/releases/#upload-source-maps