elm-make is a tool for building Elm projects. It takes
elm.js file inside a
elm-make prints only errors not warnings. If you want to see the warnings too, run it with
--warn flag like this:
If you don’t see a warning message, delete the
build-artifacts directory located inside the
beginning-elm/elm-stuff directory and run the command again.
- A warning message indicates that something may be inaccurate with our program. Because warnings don’t prevent an Elm program from compiling successfully, we are not required to address them. However, it’s best practice to fix them whenever Elm points them out. If we don’t, there’s a higher chance our program will run into an issue down the line.
- An error message indicates that something is definitely wrong with our program. We must fix all errors before Elm can successfully compile our code.