How to use the google-closure-compiler-js.webpack function in google-closure-compiler-js

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github rochars / wavefile / webpack.config.js View on Github external
 * Copyright (c) 2017-2018 Rafael da Silva Rocha.

 * @fileoverview webpack configuration file.
 * Three dist files are created:
 * - wavefile.cjs.js, CommonJS dist for Node. No dependencies included.
 * - wavefile.umd.js, UMD with dependencies included.
 * - wavefile.min.js, Compiled for browsers. All dependencies included.

const ClosureCompiler = require('google-closure-compiler-js').webpack;

module.exports = [
  // CommonJS dist, no dependencies in the bundle.
  // Will be the one in the "main" field of package.json.
    target: 'node',
    entry: './index.js',
    output: {
      filename: './dist/wavefile.cjs.js',
      libraryTarget: "commonjs"
    externals: {
      'byte-data': 'byte-data',
      "alawmulaw": "alawmulaw",
      "base64-arraybuffer": "base64-arraybuffer",
      "bitdepth": "bitdepth",


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