vendor.js cannot find module on unix server



  • I need help but dont know where exactly it is needed ;)
    I´ve build up an quasar app with webpack2 using single file components. I added axios for ajax requests but when building the app with

    quasar build

    I cannot load the app in chrome anymore. The build works fine but when opening the page in the browser console it shows:
    Uncaught Error: Cannot find module "ieee754"
    at vendor.js:24
    at Object.<anonymous> (vendor.js:24)

    and just an empty page is beeing displayed.

    The curios thing is, that it is still working on a windows machine, but running the webserver on ubuntu the described error occures. (build process (quasar build) happens on an ubuntu server as well)

    I don´t know where this comes from, but after adding base64-js into my package.json with
    npm install base64-js --save
    the next module it cannot find ist ieee754 (Uncaught Error: Cannot find module “ieee754”)

    I don´t know whether I should add every missing module manually. But I would prefer knowing where this all came from.
    The last thing I did was adding axios to the project. Before that everything worked fine.

    Any suggestions?

    Thanks Tony


  • Admin

    This is most likely because of a faulty dependency package you are using. Any repo to take a look? Have you investigated what package is creating trouble? Open dist/js/vendor.js and check out the indicated line, then post here your findings.



  • After including axios (“axios”: “^0.16.1”,…) like
    import axios from 'axios’
    the error occures.

    Now I have manually added the missing modules now

    • “base64-js”: “^1.2.0”,
    • “ieee754”: “^1.1.8”,
    • “isarray”: “^2.0.1”,
    • “core-js”: “^2.4.1”,
      and it seems to work.
      It felt kinda strange because everyone says just import axios and it works… but ok then. Maybe it´s just an dependency configuration error in the current axios module.
      Anyway thanks for your quick answer and keep on the good work!

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