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// ...
let webpack = require("webpack");
mix.webpackConfig({
plugins: [
// Choose the language you want to keep (Ex: "fr")
new webpack.ContextReplacementPlugin(/moment[\/\\]locale$/, /fr/)
]
});
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rap2hpoutre commented Mar 15, 2017

Add this at the end of your webpack.mix.js. It will work only if you use momentJS (but it seems it's included every time in my projects, I don't know why btw)

Credit: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/25384360/how-to-prevent-moment-js-from-loading-locales-with-webpack

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coquer commented Mar 15, 2017

Is there a way allow more than one language?

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vasilegoian commented Mar 16, 2017

For more than one language you can use regex. I haven't tested the code below, but it should work.

let webpack = require("webpack");
mix.webpackConfig({
    plugins: [
      // Choose the language you want to keep (Ex: "fr")
      new webpackContextReplacementPlugin(/moment[\\\/]locale$/, /^\.\/(fr|en)$/)
    ]
});

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