Error with glTF loader module in recent 5.0.1+ releases

Worked until 5.0.0, but then in 5.0.1 (and 5.0.2), trying to build/package results in errors like this:

node_modules/@babylonjs/loaders/glTF/2.0/glTFLoader.d.ts:11:32 - error TS2307: Cannot find module 'babylonjs-gltf2interface/.js' or its corresponding type declarations.

The incorrect import looks like this:

import type { IProperty } from "babylonjs-gltf2interface/.js";

This simple vite repo can be used to reproduce:

Simply change the package.json from:

  • "@babylonjs/*": "5.0.0"
  • "@babylonjs/*": "5.0.2"

Aside: One non-obvious recent change for anyone doing WebXR work with ES6 modules, is that at some point in the recent 5.0.x releases, it became necessary to also import the animatable side-effects in order to avoid errors loading controllers. These docs should eventually be updated/replaced when things stabilize.

cc @RaananW

I ll try to have to have a quick look, no promises…, but @RaananW will be back tomorrow :slight_smile:

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You can follow the resolution here error TS2307: Cannot find module 'babylonjs-gltf2interface/.js' or its corresponding type declarations. · Issue #12330 · BabylonJS/Babylon.js · GitHub

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This will be resolved soon with 5.0.3. Probably in the next hour or two.



@RaananW @sebavan @kaliatech

I think i have an a ocasion to awake this topic again. I didn’t have any troubles on version 5.5.6 but if i switch version on 5.12.1 i got a set of equal errors:

have you installed this dependency? if not, make sure you install any version above 5. prefferably 5.12.1

Yes i was installed this dependency.

When i use version of package 5.5.6 everything is OK

But if i use 5.12.1 i had get a error

Can you share your package.json? we have moved to peer-dependency resolution, so it might be the issue at hand.

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With this package i got a error

When i use package with versions 5.5.6 all is ok

Looks like you would need to add as a dependency

I wonder - your npm install command should actually notify you that there are missing peer dependencies. Is it not the case?


Sorry about that and about my long time answer.

I just skipped npm message :man_facepalming:

Now all is work! Thank tou @sebavan & @RaananW