While the directories in ‘includeFiles’ are included in the build of layer0 and nextjs, the same fails for layer0 and nuxtjs projects. Please find the issue reproduction at: rishi-raj-jain/layer0-nuxt-includeFiles
I cloned your repo, ran
npm i and then
layer0 build and see that
.layer0/lambda/something/nothing.js is being properly included in the bundle. I deployed the site and have confirmed the resources get uploaded correctly.
Can you provide any specific error message or steps to reproduce the issue?
I think you might not be using windows. I just did the rebuild (screenshot attached), and the folder is not being included. I suspect it gets included in OSes other than windows like macOS.
Found what’s the problem with Windows! Windows globby.sync no longer works for window’s paths · Issue #130 · sindresorhus/globby (github.com)
To confirm this, I go into the @layer0/core node_module and log the files that the code
globby_1.default.sync results in, which is empty list (as can be seen in the screenshot below)
I think due to the GitHub issue as mentioned, the files variable is empty, hence no files get’s copied.
Thanks for digging into that. I have created a patch that has fixed this for my test in Windows. Can you try and confirm that it works for you? Just run
layer0 use 3.16.5-next-1629906552-199ebb31.0 to update your dependencies to this build, and then run
layer0 build and check the
.layer0/lambda/ path to verify your files have been copied.
Once confirmed, I’ll work on an official release for this patch.
Thanks. Works like a charm
We’ve made an official release of this fix. You may use the same upgrade procedure as above to version