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------------------ - Various changes to enable the support of webpack 3 and 4. [ `6 <https://github.com/calmjs/calmjs.webpack/issues/6>`_ ] - Substantial modification to the generation of webpack configuration scripts, as they are constructed through helpers that construct an abstract syntax tree through ``calmjs.parse``. This is done so that webpack version specific incompatibilities can be added/removed into the generated script as executable Node.js code. - A kill plugin is provided to karma by default; if webpack fails to build, the karma process will halt, as the ``singleRun: true`` flag no longer does the job for webpack. - Provide the ability to interrogate artifacts that simply have their function scope variable names mangled. [ `8 <https://github.com/calmjs/calmjs.webpack/issues/8>`_ ]
------------------ - Ensure the line-continuation mark is filtered out in the to_identifier helper function as the values of String node object included that mark as of ``calmjs.parse-1.1.0``. [ `7 <https://github.com/calmjs/calmjs.webpack/issues/7>`_ ]
------------------ - Provide a builder that will generate an artifact with the supported optimize flags enabled. [ `3 <https://github.com/calmjs/calmjs.webpack/issues/3>`_ ]
------------------ - Update the export_target production and usage of working_dir to be inline with what is expected by ``calmjs-3.1.0``. [ `2 <https://github.com/calmjs/calmjs.webpack/issues/2>`_ ]