List of Files Ignored by Wrangler Pages CLI
At the time of this writing, the Pages command of Cloudflare’s Wrangler CLI uses a hard-coded list of ignored files and directories. The list isn’t written anywhere in the Wrangler documentation, so far as I can tell, but it can be found in the source files.
Here’s how the ignore list is declared as of commit a3e654f:
// packages/wrangler/src/pages/upload.tsx const IGNORE_LIST = [ "_worker.js", "_redirects", "_headers", "_routes.json", ".DS_Store", "node_modules", ".git", ];
_headers files don’t get uploaded, but Wrangler reads them when configuring custom redirects and response headers as outlined in the Cloudflare Pages documentation.)
If you’re using a static site generator like Jekyll or Hugo, and you want it to generate files to be served on your
localhost but not on Cloudflare Pages, just add
/node_modules/ to the URI path.
In Jekyll, you can achieve this easily by setting the
permalink frontmatter variable in the document you want to keep local.
--- permalink: '/node_modules/secret-sitemap' ---
Wrangler will ignore the
_site/node_modules directory and everything in it when you run:
$ npx wrangler pages publish _site
Keep in mind that Wrangler’s Pages command is still in beta.
The full release will no doubt have support for defining a custom list of excludes through
wrangler.toml and command line flags.
Last updated on . Written by Joshua F. Gonzales.