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react-native-yunolink

2.1.5 • Public • Published

react-native-yunolink

Workaround for using symlinks in React Native.

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Usage

Install the module globally.

npm install -g react-native-yunolink

and execute it in the root of a repository where you want to use the targetted Node.JS module(s). It supports multiple targets by separating each path with a whitespace. In addition this will temporarily update the watchFolders property in metro.config.js to force Metro bundler to also watch your targetted modules.

rn-link [...targets]
 
rn-link ../myModule1 ../myModule2

Or alternatively install the module as devDependency.

npm install -D react-native-yunolink

And watch and copy the module from your package.json by adding a scripts command.

"scripts"{
  "watch-modules": "rn-link ../myModule1 ../myModule2"
}

Run it with npm run watch-myModule.

Commands

The CLI only has a single command available to start the module sync. If you need to ignore additional files or folders pass a comma separated list to -i or --ignore. Ensure you always provide [...targets] to rn-link.

In addition, -v and -h are available for version description and help.

Module tree

This module operates under the assumption npm or yarn dedupe node_modules to the root of your app. The node_modules of the synced target will be excluded. This will prevent @ProvidesModule errors in metro bundler.

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2.1.5

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