Thank you for your help! I didn’t quite understand what you mean by “the cli-bundler can share existing tasks with plugin project”, but I did setup an example webpack plugin project skeleton here: https://github.com/pwoosam/aurelia-plugin-webpack-skeleton
I don’t think it’s working quite right yet though. The dev-app works and loads the plugin properly, but I had to change
src/index.ts. Something feels off about not being able to use a relative path.
Also this skeleton project does not bundle the plugin into commonjs or native-module distributables, but I plan on using webpack exclusively, so referencing and building from the /src directory seems to be fine.
I’m wondering if there is something not quite right in my configuration that prevents me from being able to use relative paths in the plugin’s src.