ES6 comes with a handy
export * from '...';
which can be used to export everything that is exported
by a given module. I was trying to get this to work with
export * from './all.js';
I don’t know what’s inside
all.js, so exporting with
a wildcard makes perfect sense, as I cannot enumerate
the symbols I’d like to get exported from the import.
However, with the version of Babel 6.x I am using, I consistently get this error message:
Invariant Violation: To get a node path the parent needs to exist
There is an issue on Babel’s bug tracker and also a PR for an upcoming release of Babel.
In the meantime, the cleanest workaround I have come up with is to first import everything, then export with the wildcard:
import * as all from './all.js'; export * from './all.js';