source-map plugin for Browserify
The default sourcemap that Browserify generates uses paths that are relative to the current directory, which may not always be what you want. This plugin lets you change the relative path, or use absolute paths.
This plugin was inspired by browserify-sourcemap-root-transform, so check that one out if this one doesn't meet your needs.
A simplified Browserify and Watchify CLI
Run browserify and watchify with globs - even on Windows
Add a comment (and/or code) to the top of your Browserify bundle
Install using npm:
npm install @jsdevtools/sourcemapify
Use Browserify's sub-argument command-line syntax, like this:
browserify -p [ @jsdevtools/sourcemapify --root "../../" ] --debug
Use the plugin programmatically like this: full example
var browserify = ;var sourcemapify = ;;
The following options can be set via the API or command-line:
The root path for all files in the source map. It can be an absolute or relative path. This string will be prepended as-is to each file path.
The base path of the bundle (i.e. the bundle file's directory, relative to cwd). This path will be used to determine the relative path of each file. It can be an absolute or relative path.
To build the project locally on your computer:
Clone this repo
git clone https://github.com/JS-DevTools/sourcemapify.git
Link the module to itself (so Browserify can find the plugin)
npm link @jsdevtools/sourcemapify
Run the tests
Sourcemapify is 100% free and open-source, under the MIT license. Use it however you want.
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