提交 526b97e5 编写于 作者: L Lukas Taegert-Atkinson

Fix broken links

上级 592b9fed
......@@ -154,12 +154,12 @@ In case a dynamic import is not passed a string as argument, this hook gets acce
- If a string is returned, this string is *not* interpreted as a module id but is instead used as a replacement for the import argument. It is the responsibility of the plugin to make sure the generated code is valid.
- To resolve such an import to an existing module, you can still return an object `{id, external}`.
Note that the return value of this hook will not be passed to `resolveId` afterwards; if you need access to the static resolution algorithm, you can use [`this.resolve(source, importer)`](guide/en/#thisresolvesource-string-importer-string-options-skipself-boolean-custom-plugin-string-any--promiseid-string-external-boolean-modulesideeffects-boolean--no-treeshake-syntheticnamedexports-boolean--string-meta-plugin-string-any--null) on the plugin context.
Note that the return value of this hook will not be passed to `resolveId` afterwards; if you need access to the static resolution algorithm, you can use [`this.resolve(source, importer)`](guide/en/#thisresolvesource-string-importer-string-options-skipself-boolean-custom-plugin-string-any--promiseid-string-external-boolean--absolute-modulesideeffects-boolean--no-treeshake-syntheticnamedexports-boolean--string-meta-plugin-string-any--null) on the plugin context.
#### `resolveId`
Type: `(source: string, importer: string | undefined, options: {custom?: {[plugin: string]: any}) => string | false | null | {id: string, external?: boolean | "relative" | "absolute", moduleSideEffects?: boolean | "no-treeshake" | null, syntheticNamedExports?: boolean | string | null, meta?: {[plugin: string]: any} | null}`<br>
Kind: `async, first`<br>
Previous Hook: [`buildStart`](guide/en/#buildstart) if we are resolving an entry point, [`moduleParsed`](guide/en/#moduleparsed) if we are resolving an import, or as fallback for [`resolveDynamicImport`](guide/en/#resolvedynamicimport). Additionally this hook can be triggered during the build phase from plugin hooks by calling [`this.emitFile`](guide/en/#thisemitfileemittedfile-emittedchunk--emittedasset--string) to emit an entry point or at any time by calling [`this.resolve`](guide/en/#thisresolvesource-string-importer-string-options-skipself-boolean-custom-plugin-string-any--promiseid-string-external-boolean-modulesideeffects-boolean--no-treeshake-syntheticnamedexports-boolean--string-meta-plugin-string-any--null) to manually resolve an id.<br>
Previous Hook: [`buildStart`](guide/en/#buildstart) if we are resolving an entry point, [`moduleParsed`](guide/en/#moduleparsed) if we are resolving an import, or as fallback for [`resolveDynamicImport`](guide/en/#resolvedynamicimport). Additionally this hook can be triggered during the build phase from plugin hooks by calling [`this.emitFile`](guide/en/#thisemitfileemittedfile-emittedchunk--emittedasset--string) to emit an entry point or at any time by calling [`this.resolve`](guide/en/#thisresolvesource-string-importer-string-options-skipself-boolean-custom-plugin-string-any--promiseid-string-external-boolean--absolute-modulesideeffects-boolean--no-treeshake-syntheticnamedexports-boolean--string-meta-plugin-string-any--null) to manually resolve an id.<br>
Next Hook: [`load`](guide/en/#load) if the resolved id that has not yet been loaded, otherwise [`buildEnd`](guide/en/#buildend).
Defines a custom resolver. A resolver can be useful for e.g. locating third-party dependencies. Here `source` is the importee exactly as it is written in the import statement, i.e. for
......@@ -168,9 +168,9 @@ Defines a custom resolver. A resolver can be useful for e.g. locating third-part
import { foo } from '../bar.js';
```
the source will be `"../bar.js""`.
the source will be `"../bar.js""`.
The `importer` is the fully resolved id of the importing module. When resolving entry points, importer will be `undefined`. You can use this for instance as a mechanism to define custom proxy modules for entry points.
The `importer` is the fully resolved id of the importing module. When resolving entry points, importer will be `undefined`. You can use this for instance as a mechanism to define custom proxy modules for entry points.
The following plugin will only expose the default export from entry points while still keeping named exports available for internal usage:
......@@ -216,7 +216,7 @@ See [synthetic named exports](guide/en/#synthetic-named-exports) for the effect
See [custom module meta-data](guide/en/#custom-module-meta-data) for how to use the `meta` option. If `null` is returned or the option is omitted, then `meta` will default to an empty object. The `load` and `transform` hooks can add or replace properties of this object.
When triggering this hook from a plugin via [`this.resolve(source, importer, options)`](guide/en/#thisresolvesource-string-importer-string-options-skipself-boolean-custom-plugin-string-any--promiseid-string-external-boolean-modulesideeffects-boolean--no-treeshake-syntheticnamedexports-boolean--string-meta-plugin-string-any--null), it is possible to pass a custom options object to this hook. While this object will be passed unmodified, plugins should follow the convention of adding a `custom` property with an object where the keys correspond to the names of the plugins that the options are intended for. For details see [custom resolver options](guide/en/#custom-resolver-options).
When triggering this hook from a plugin via [`this.resolve(source, importer, options)`](guide/en/#thisresolvesource-string-importer-string-options-skipself-boolean-custom-plugin-string-any--promiseid-string-external-boolean--absolute-modulesideeffects-boolean--no-treeshake-syntheticnamedexports-boolean--string-meta-plugin-string-any--null), it is possible to pass a custom options object to this hook. While this object will be passed unmodified, plugins should follow the convention of adding a `custom` property with an object where the keys correspond to the names of the plugins that the options are intended for. For details see [custom resolver options](guide/en/#custom-resolver-options).
#### `transform`
Type: `(code: string, id: string) => string | null | {code?: string, map?: string | SourceMap, ast? : ESTree.Program, moduleSideEffects?: boolean | "no-treeshake" | null, syntheticNamedExports?: boolean | string | null, meta?: {[plugin: string]: any} | null}`<br>
......@@ -230,11 +230,11 @@ Note that in watch mode, the result of this hook is cached when rebuilding and t
You can also use the object form of the return value to configure additional properties of the module. Note that it's possible to return only properties and no code transformations.
If `false` is returned for `moduleSideEffects` and no other module imports anything from this module, then this module will not be included even if the module would have side-effects.
If `false` is returned for `moduleSideEffects` and no other module imports anything from this module, then this module will not be included even if the module would have side-effects.
If `true` is returned, Rollup will use its default algorithm to include all statements in the module that have side-effects (such as modifying a global or exported variable).
If `true` is returned, Rollup will use its default algorithm to include all statements in the module that have side-effects (such as modifying a global or exported variable).
If `"no-treeshake"` is returned, treeshaking will be turned off for this module and it will also be included in one of the generated chunks even if it is empty.
If `"no-treeshake"` is returned, treeshaking will be turned off for this module and it will also be included in one of the generated chunks even if it is empty.
If `null` is returned or the flag is omitted, then `moduleSideEffects` will be determined by the `load` hook that loaded this module, the first `resolveId` hook that resolved this module, the `treeshake.moduleSideEffects` option, or eventually default to `true`.
......@@ -742,7 +742,7 @@ The `position` argument is a character index where the warning was raised. If pr
- `this.getChunkFileName(referenceId: string) => string` - _**Use [`this.getFileName`](guide/en/#thisgetfilenamereferenceid-string--string)**_ - Get the file name of an emitted chunk. The file name will be relative to `outputOptions.dir`.
- `this.isExternal(id: string, importer: string | undefined, isResolved: boolean) => boolean` - _**Use [`this.resolve`](guide/en/#thisresolvesource-string-importer-string-options-skipself-boolean-custom-plugin-string-any--promiseid-string-external-boolean-modulesideeffects-boolean--no-treeshake-syntheticnamedexports-boolean--string-meta-plugin-string-any--null)**_ - Determine if a given module ID is external when imported by `importer`. When `isResolved` is false, Rollup will try to resolve the id before testing if it is external.
- `this.isExternal(id: string, importer: string | undefined, isResolved: boolean) => boolean` - _**Use [`this.resolve`](guide/en/#thisresolvesource-string-importer-string-options-skipself-boolean-custom-plugin-string-any--promiseid-string-external-boolean--absolute-modulesideeffects-boolean--no-treeshake-syntheticnamedexports-boolean--string-meta-plugin-string-any--null)**_ - Determine if a given module ID is external when imported by `importer`. When `isResolved` is false, Rollup will try to resolve the id before testing if it is external.
- `this.moduleIds: IterableIterator<string>` - _**Use [`this.getModuleIds`](guide/en/#thisgetmoduleids--iterableiteratorstring)**_ - An `Iterator` that gives access to all module ids in the current graph. It can be iterated via
......@@ -753,7 +753,7 @@ The `position` argument is a character index where the warning was raised. If pr
or converted into an Array via `Array.from(this.moduleIds)`.
- `this.resolveId(source: string, importer?: string) => Promise<string | null>` - _**Use [`this.resolve`](guide/en/#thisresolvesource-string-importer-string-options-skipself-boolean-custom-plugin-string-any--promiseid-string-external-boolean-modulesideeffects-boolean--no-treeshake-syntheticnamedexports-boolean--string-meta-plugin-string-any--null)**_ - Resolve imports to module ids (i.e. file names) using the same plugins that Rollup uses. Returns `null` if an id cannot be resolved.
- `this.resolveId(source: string, importer?: string) => Promise<string | null>` - _**Use [`this.resolve`](guide/en/#thisresolvesource-string-importer-string-options-skipself-boolean-custom-plugin-string-any--promiseid-string-external-boolean--absolute-modulesideeffects-boolean--no-treeshake-syntheticnamedexports-boolean--string-meta-plugin-string-any--null)**_ - Resolve imports to module ids (i.e. file names) using the same plugins that Rollup uses. Returns `null` if an id cannot be resolved.
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