rollup-plugin-url - Inline import files as data-URIs, or copy them to output

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Optional. Type: number. This is the file size limit to inline files. If files exceed this limit, they will be copied instead to the destination folder and the hashed filename will be given instead. If value set to 0 all files will be copied.

https://github.com/Swatinem/rollup-plugin-url#readme

Dependencies:

mime : ^2.3.1
rollup-pluginutils : ^2.0.1

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