This release is mainly focused around addressing errors related to @roots/bud-preset-wordpress and @roots/sage users.
Fixes an issue where the bud.module cache was not properly invalidated, resulting in import errors when upgrading from earlier versions (#2523).
This release reverts the figures dependency to v4 to maintain compatibility with Node 16. We will do this upgrade when we release the next major version of bud.js, and recommend all users move on to Node 20 as soon as possible. Still, we didn't intend to introduce this incompatibility in a minor release (v6.18.0).
This is a relatively big release but should not require any changes to your project configuration.
Improvements in 6.17.0 are mainly focused on
@roots/bud-stylelint APIs. Also includes a way for community extensions to indicate compatibility with specific bud.js releases. This allows community extension authors to version their work independently of bud.js core and for users to update extensions along with core packages using the
bud upgrade command (#2444).
bud upgrade command (when using yarn classic).
This update adds css module support for scss when using
@roots/bud-sass, improves the CLI dashboard, and adds experimental support for pnpm and yarn berry to the
bud ugprade and
create-bud-app commands. It also includes dependency updates, bug fixes and other internal improvements.
Patch: fixes a potential issue with resolving
sass-loader and improves
bud.cache interface and build dependency identification.
Fixes issues with
create- bud-app when not specifying any features (totally vanilla project) and improves CLI command cache to be mostly self-healing.
This release is mostly focused on maintaining and improving existing features. The one new feature lets you opt-out of externalizing certain WordPress dependencies (if you are using @roots/bud-preset-wordpress or @roots/sage). For more information check out the updated @roots/bud-preset-wordpress docs.