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Is it possible to somehow keep
.cache folders on builds? I know that netlify uses cached versions of
node_modules so i think it should be possible. This would allow really quick build times for incremental builds. A website with a ton of pages doesnt need to rebuild every single thing for a small typo fix on 1 page. I use GatsbyJS on my website and the only headache that i think can prevent this is netlify doesn’t keep these 2 folders.
gatsby develop it becomes incredibly easy and almost instant changes because the rebuild is only applied to files that are changed. This is possible because the
.cache folders are not deleted.
Briefly summarize the issues you have been experiencing.
Long build times on the smallest of changes on large sites.
Please provide a link to your live site hosted on Netlify
What have you tried as far as troubleshooting goes? Do you have an idea what is causing the problem?
I am not sure if this can be troubleshooted as I did not find this option anywhere.
Do you have any other information that is relevant, such as links to docs, libraries, or other resources?