babel-plugin-rewire-exports - Babel plugin for stubbing [ES6, ES2015] module exports

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Babel plugin for stubbing (ES6, ES2015) module exports. It allows to rewire the exported values in all the importing modules. Unlike babel-plugin-rewire it doesn't modify the module internals (e.g. imports and top-level variables and functions). See How it works section for implementation details. The master branch targets Babel v7. 0.x branch supports Babel v6.

https://github.com/asapach/babel-plugin-rewire-exports#readme

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@babel/template : 7

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