react-brunch only supports compiling
*.jsx files. It doesn't peek at
see if they have the React-ify comment header. I doubt it ever will. Here's why:
.js file should be browser loadable. Embedding JSX will break in any JS
environment. Therefore, I chose to have react-brunch only pre-processes
Install the plugin via npm with
npm install --save react-brunch.
Or, do manual install:
package.jsonof your brunch app. Pick a plugin version that corresponds to your minor (y) brunch version.
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