esbuild-coffeescript

    1.0.0 • Public • Published

    esbuild-coffeescript

    esbuild-coffeescript

    This plugin lets you import CoffeeScript files when bundling with Esbuild

    Installation

    $ npm install --save-dev esbuild-coffeescript
    

    Getting Started

    main.coffee

    answer = 42
    console.log("the answer is #{answer}")

    build.js

    const coffeeScriptPlugin = require('esbuild-coffeescript');
    
    require('esbuild').build({
      entryPoints: ['main.coffee'],
      bundle: true,
      outfile: 'out.js',
      plugins: [coffeeScriptPlugin()],
    });

    Configuration

    An object containing configuration options may be passed into the plugin constructor coffeeScriptPlugin

    coffeeScriptPlugin({
      bare: true,
    });

    The following options are available:

    • options.inlineMap, boolean: if true, output the source map as a base64-encoded string in a comment at the bottom.
    • options.filename, string: the filename to use for the source map. It can include a path (relative or absolute).
    • options.bare, boolean: if true, output without the top-level function safety wrapper.
    • options.header, boolean: if true, output the Generated by CoffeeScript header.
    • options.transpile, object: if set, this must be an object with the options to pass to Babel. See Transpilation.
    • options.ast, boolean: if true, return an abstract syntax tree of the input CoffeeScript source code.

    But CoffeeScript is dead?

    Yes and no. Even if the last stable release of CoffeeScript were on January 2020, it still has over a million weekly downloads from NPM. CoffeeScript is also great for quick ideations and experiments.

    Install

    npm i esbuild-coffeescript

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    48

    Version

    1.0.0

    License

    MIT

    Unpacked Size

    7.45 kB

    Total Files

    14

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    Collaborators

    • johnie