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Improve docs for customisations

The new regex considers Windows as an OS, and the added array helps reduce merge conflicts for the future.
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Travis Ralston 1 year ago
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      docs/customisations.md
  2. 6
      webpack.config.js

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docs/customisations.md

@ -17,11 +17,11 @@ the React SDK, you can still override it from the Element Web layer:
2. Edit customisations points and make sure export the ones you actually want to
activate
3. Tweak the Element build process to use the customised module instead of the
default by adding this to end of the `plugins` array in `webpack.config.js`:
default by adding this to the `additionalPlugins` array in `webpack.config.js`:
```js
new webpack.NormalModuleReplacementPlugin(
/src\/customisations\/Security.ts/,
/src[\/\\]customisations[\/\\]Security\.ts/,
path.resolve(__dirname, 'src/customisations/YourNameSecurity.ts'),
),
```

6
webpack.config.js

@ -8,6 +8,10 @@ const webpack = require("webpack");
let og_image_url = process.env.RIOT_OG_IMAGE_URL;
if (!og_image_url) og_image_url = 'https://app.element.io/themes/element/img/logos/opengraph.png';
const additionalPlugins = [
// This is where you can put your customisation replacements.
];
module.exports = (env, argv) => {
if (process.env.CI_PACKAGE) {
// Don't run minification for CI builds (this is only set for runs on develop)
@ -357,6 +361,8 @@ module.exports = (env, argv) => {
minify: argv.mode === 'production',
chunks: ['usercontent'],
}),
...additionalPlugins,
],
output: {

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