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Version: 2.0.0-beta.15

Extending infrastructure

Docusaurus has some infrastructure like hot reloading, CLI, and swizzling, that can be extended by external plugins.

getPathsToWatch()

Specifies the paths to watch for plugins and themes. The paths are watched by the dev server so that the plugin lifecycles are reloaded when contents in the watched paths change. Note that the plugins and themes modules are initially called with context and options from Node, which you may use to find the necessary directory information about the site.

Use this for files that are consumed server-side, because theme files are automatically watched by Webpack dev server.

示例:

docusaurus-plugin/src/index.js
const path = require('path');
module.exports = function (context, options) {
return {
name: 'docusaurus-plugin',
getPathsToWatch() {
const contentPath = path.resolve(context.siteDir, options.path);
return [`${contentPath}/**/*.{ts,tsx}`];
},
};
};

extendCli(cli)

Register an extra command to enhance the CLI of Docusaurus. cli is a commander object.

caution

The commander version matters! We use commander v5, and make sure you are referring to the right version documentation for available APIs.

示例:

docusaurus-plugin/src/index.js
module.exports = function (context, options) {
return {
name: 'docusaurus-plugin',
extendCli(cli) {
cli
.command('roll')
.description('Roll a random number between 1 and 1000')
.action(() => {
console.log(Math.floor(Math.random() * 1000 + 1));
});
},
};
};

getThemePath()

Returns the path to the directory where the theme components can be found. When your users call swizzle, getThemePath is called and its returned path is used to find your theme components.

For example, your getThemePath can be:

my-theme/src/index.js
const path = require('path');

module.exports = function (context, options) {
return {
name: 'my-theme',
getThemePath() {
return path.resolve(__dirname, './theme');
},
};
};

getTypeScriptThemePath()

Similar to getThemePath(), it should return the path to the directory where the source code of TypeScript theme components can be found. This path is purely for swizzling TypeScript theme components, and theme components under this path will not be resolved by Webpack. Therefore, it is not a replacement for getThemePath(). Typically, you can make the path returned by getTypeScriptThemePath() be your source directory, and make the path returned by getThemePath() be the compiled JavaScript output.

tip

For TypeScript theme authors: you are strongly advised to make your compiled output as human-readable as possible. Only strip type annotations and don't transpile any syntaxes, because they will be handled by Webpack's Babel loader based on the targeted browser versions.

You should also format these files with Prettier. Remember—JS files can and will be directly consumed by your users.

示例:

my-theme/src/index.js
const path = require('path');

module.exports = function (context, options) {
return {
name: 'my-theme',
getThemePath() {
// Where compiled JavaScript output lives
return path.join(__dirname, '../lib/theme');
},
getTypeScriptThemePath() {
// Where TypeScript source code lives
return path.resolve(__dirname, '../src/theme');
},
};
};

getSwizzleComponentList()

This is a static method, not attached to any plugin instance.

Returns a list of stable components that are considered safe for swizzling. These components will be swizzlable without --danger. All components are considered unstable by default. If an empty array is returned, all components are considered unstable. If undefined is returned, all components are considered stable.

my-theme/src/index.js
const swizzleAllowedComponents = [
'CodeBlock',
'DocSidebar',
'Footer',
'NotFound',
'SearchBar',
'hooks/useTheme',
'prism-include-languages',
];

myTheme.getSwizzleComponentList = () => swizzleAllowedComponents;