With the rollup-plugin-cleanup you have:
- Compaction of empty lines within multiline comments and/or out of them.
- Normalization of line endings to Unix, Mac, or Windows.
- Removal of trailing whitespace of each line.
- TypeScript definitions.
- Sourcemap support.
From v3.1, this plugin no longer uses acorn. See more in the Whats New section.
rollup-plugin-cleanup requires node v10.13 or above, but avoid the buggy v11.x
rollup-plugin-cleanup is based on js-cleanup and can handle any JS-like file: TypeScript, Flow, React, ES9, etc, but it is mainly a postprocessor, so it should be runned in a later stage of your toolchain, after any preprocessor or transpiler.
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Uglify is a excelent minifier but you have little control over the results, while with js-cleanup your coding style remains intact and the removal of comments is strictly under your control.
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npm install rollup-plugin-cleanup --save-dev# or with yarnyarn add rollup-plugin-cleanup -D
By default, only the .js, .jsx, and .tag files are processed, but you can expand or restrict the set of accepted files using the options
extensions (see below).
normalizeEols is deprecated in favor of
lineEndings and the properties
acornOptions are ignored. See more in Whats New section.
||Filter or array of filters that determinates which comments should be preserved.
Use "all" to keep all, or "none" to remove all the comments.
||Should js-cleanup also compact whitespace and blank lines in the preserved multiline comments?
Line-ending normalization is always done.
||Type of Line-ending for normalization: "unix", "mac", "win".|
||Maximum successive empty lines to preserve in the output.
Use a positive value, or
||Should a sourcemap be generated?|
||String or array of strings with extensions of files to process.|
|exclude||(none)||picomatch or array of picomatch patterns for paths to exclude of the process.|
|include||(none)||picomatch or array of picomatch patterns for paths to include in the process.|
Predefined Comment Filters
Instead the special 'all' or 'none' keywords, you can use any combination of custom filters along with any of these predefined ones:
|some||Comments containing "@license", "@preserve", or starting with "!".|
|license||Comments containing "@license".|
|flow||Facebook Flow directives, comment types, and flowlint comments.|
|istanbul||istanbul ignore comments.|
|sources||Sourcemap directives sourceURL and sourceMappingURL.|
|ts||MS TypeScript Triple-Slash and @ts-* directives, plus the @jsx pragma.|
|ts3s||TypeScript Triple-Slash directives.|
some does not includes '@cc_on' and the
jscs filter was deprecated. See more in Whats New section.
'srcmaps' will be preserved as an alias to the 'sources' filter.
See the regexes in the js-cleanup src/predef-filters.ts file.
You can set custom filters through regexes that matches the content of the comments that you want to preserve.
The string to which the regex is applied does not includes the first slash, nor the
*/ terminator of the multiline comments, so the multiline comments begins with an asterisk (
*) and single-line comments begins with a slash (
For example, the following filters will preserve ESLint directives and multiline comments starting with a dash:
const cleanedCode =
Changes in v3.2.1
- Fixed #16 ? Thanks to @Aqours, @gevalo1 & @xania for repoting this issue
- Using js-cleanup v1.2.0 and Rollup v2.0+
- Requires NodeJS v10.14.2 or v12.0 and above
- Updated dependencies
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