Plug'n'Play resolver for Webpack
yarn add -D pnp-webpack-plugin
Simply add the plugin to both the
const PnpWebpackPlugin = ;moduleexports =resolve:plugins:PnpWebpackPluginresolveLoader:plugins:PnpWebpackPlugin;
resolve entry will take care of correctly resolving the dependencies required by your program, and the
resolveLoader entry will help Webpack find the location of the loaders on the disk. Note that in this case, all loaders will be resolved relative to the package containing your configuration.
In case part of your configuration comes from third-party packages that use their own loaders, make sure they use
require.resolve - this will ensure that the resolution process is portable accross environments (including when Plug'n'Play isn't enabled), and prevent it from relying on undefined behaviors:
moduleexports =module:rules:test: /\.js$/loader: require;
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