If you call the
faucet command without any arguments, it will default to
building your project according to the configuration in the file
faucet.config.js in the current directory. You have the following options:
--config=$FILENAME: Use the file
$FILENAMEas the configuration file.
--watch: Build once, afterward watch for file changes and rebuild when a file that is used for one of your bundles changes. See file watching for details.
--fingerprint: Fingerprint the file names. See fingerprinting & manifest for details.
--compact: Use a compact output format for all pipelines that support it (currently
faucet-pipeline-js). Comments will be stripped from the output etc. This doesn’t do minification (variable name mangling etc.) due to our
--sourcemaps: Add inline sourcemaps to all generated files by pipelines that support it (currently
--serve [HOST:]PORT: serve generated files via HTTP
--liveserve [HOST:]PORT: Like serve, but with live reloading
We recommend that you do not use
is not very useful in development and it also reduces clutter on your disk).