webpack-watch-time-plugin

Webpack plugin that displays time when watcher rebuild happens

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webpack-watch-time-plugin
Webpack plugin to display time when watcher rebuild happens

Installation

npm i -D 'webpack-watch-time-plugin'
In webpack.config.js
const WatchTimePlugin = require('webpack-watch-time-plugin');
let config = {
	// <...>

	plugins: [
		new WatchTimePlugin(),
	]
};

module.exports = config;

Configuration

This plugin accepts an object with additional options:
  • noChanges: boolean | Object — If provided, the plugin will detect if no changes in source files were made
  • logLevel: 'error' | 'warn' | 'info' — Log level for plugin output

Property | Type | Required | Default | Description --- | --- | --- | --- | --- noChanges.detect | boolean | No | false | Wherever to detect changes noChanges.report | boolean | No | false | If detecting, wherever to report when no changes were made (if false, plugin will provide no output at all in these cases) noChanges.includeNodeModules | boolean | No | false | Wherever to detect changes in node_modules folders either logLevel | string | No | 'error' | Log level for plugin output. For debugging issues use logLevel: 'warn'

Example

new WatchTimePlugin({
  noChanges: {
    detect: true,
    report: true
  },
  logLevel: 'warn'
})

Usage

webpack -w
webpack -w output