go-tspath replaces directly Typescript paths aliases into JS files with real paths based on
tsconfig.json, no more runtime replacers.
go-tspath performing replacements in a Typescript code base project with more than 200 JS files and around 5857 lines of code.
go-tspath was tested replacing custom path aliases in a Typescript medium size project with desired results (shown in screenshot above). But there are some features and more testing cases (community user feedback) to do. So, It can considered as Beta yet. Contributions will be very appreciated.
🚀 Download the latest go-tspath binary for your specific platform at go-tspath/releases.
# 1. Build TS files via tsc # 2. Replace TS paths go-tspath -config=./tsconfig.replace.json # 3. Just run your app # node main.js
tsconfig.json. But works using a dedicated
tsconfig.jsonfile with your custom path aliases. See
outDirare supported. See
See an example at
~> go-tspath --help Usage of go-tspath: -config string Specifies the Typescript configuration file. (default "./tsconfig.json")
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