Am new to the Hugo community, I’ve been enjoying the framework immensely so far. Am very thankful that it exists!
After publishing my first static site, I was surprised to see that a file,
/public/main.css.map had been deployed, listing the absolute path to my project in the dev environment under the key
sourceRoot. For example, a value like
/home/fancy-system-username/hugo-project gets printed there.
Generally, it seems like a potential privacy and / or security concern to be able to see information about the local development file system on the web.
I don’t often work on the front end of things, and did some digging into what main.css.map is, since I’m not familiar with it. According to sass documentation, it appears this file is typically used for development debugging.
If it only serves a debugging function, then should “*.css.map” be filtered from the public directory entirely, since a developer may inadvertently publish their local dev path to the project? Or perhaps filtered out when running