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Import ES6 code without polyfills (again)

See original GitHub issue brought great improvements to bundle size (thanks!).

To decrease it even further I would like to exclude polyfills as discussed in and

As I understand it the entry point for importing the ES6 code is However that file includes import './lib/polyfills';.

Would it be an option to leave that out and create another file that imported choices.js and lib/polyfills.js? That file could then be the one that was transpiled, catering both for users that needs the pre-built files and users that would like to import just the source code.

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  • State:closed
  • Created 5 years ago
  • Comments:5 (2 by maintainers)

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stofcommented, Feb 28, 2019

@jshjohnson The polyfill is actually available on their service. Add CustomEvent in the list of polyfills to load.

perifercommented, Feb 20, 2019

(Missed that you already had removed the others)

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