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neeno
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I feel so dirty rn. Been struggling with webpack all day to just generate some pages based on the object a js script exports. The issue was that I needed a path to an image and the path webpack's require returned was a relative path (it started with a .), which wouldn't work because my generated page wasn't in the root folder. I tried making it work "the right way" all day, nothing worked. So in the end I just removed the . from the fucking path using substr and that's that.

Also, why the fuck does webpack's require return a fucking relative path anyway?

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