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How do i fix this Compile with warning? (webpack) building/global js

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Compiled with warnings.

There are multiple modules with names that only differ in casing.
This can lead to unexpected behavior when compiling on a filesystem with other case-semantic.
Use equal casing. Compare these module identifiers:
* C:\Users\Chisom\Desktop\Github\react-tic-tac-toe\node_modules\babel-loader\lib\index.js??ref--6-oneOf-2!C:\Users\Chisom\Desktop\Github\react-tic-tac-toe\node_modules\webpack\buildin\global.js
Used by 1 module(s), i. e.
* C:\Users\Chisom\Desktop\Github\react-tic-tac-toe\node_modules\babel-loader\lib\index.js??ref--6-oneOf-2!C:\Users\Chisom\desktop\Github\react-tic-tac-toe\node_modules\webpack\buildin\global.js
Used by 1 module(s), i. e.

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Sep 25 '20 #1

✓ answered by Rabbit

Update the module identifiers in both places so the casing is equal. Either make them both lower case d or upper case D.

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I do not see your code that is creating the problem.

I suggest backup your current code; then start stripping out the most recent additions to it until your code works. Then put back in (maybe) only one command at a time while working on each replaced command to fix it. That is the way that I think most programmers might do it.
Sep 27 '20 #2
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I can't identify it either, everything is working fine. Is just the nodejs that is not compiled successfully
Oct 1 '20 #3
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It's just a warning. It's saying your use of case is different. Compare those 2 strings, in one you're using desktop, lower case d. In the other, you're using Desktop, upper case D
Oct 1 '20 #4
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Okay, so what will I do about that?
Oct 1 '20 #5
12,516 Expert Mod 8TB
Update the module identifiers in both places so the casing is equal. Either make them both lower case d or upper case D.
Oct 1 '20 #6
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Its compiled successful now, thanks Rabbit
Oct 1 '20 #7

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