@rspack/cli provides two common subcommands, serve and build, to simplify daily work. If you do not have @rspack/cli installed, please read the Quick Start section first.
@rspack/cli is not going to be compatible with webpack-cli, so there will be many differences between the two.
rspack build command, which will generate the output files for production.
$ rspack build # Read the rspack.config.js configuration file by default $ rspack build -c ./your.config.js
Running the Rspack development server command will start a local development server that will listen for file changes and automatically refresh the browser.
$ rspack serve $ rspack serve -c ./your.config.js
By default Rspack provides some common command line arguments, you can see all of them with --help.
|-c, --config [value]||Specify the path to the configuration file|
|-m, --mode [value]||Specify the build mode|
|--devtool [value]||Controls whether sourcemap is generated|
|--analyze||Enables or disables build analysis|
|-w, --json [filename]||Output the stats as a JSON file|
|-w, --watch||Listen for file changes|
|-h, --help||Show help information|
|-v, --version||Show version number|