Basepaths can be set by importing the basepath helper. Basepaths must be strings but will be converted to a RegExp.

  import { Router, basepath } from "@sveltech/routify";
  import { routes } from "@sveltech/routify/tmp/routes";
  $basepath =  '/mybase'

<!-- src/App.svelte -->
<Router {routes} />

Since strings are converted to regular expressions you can also use dynamic basepaths.

$basepath = "/.." would match en , fr , de etc.

When prerendering basepaths, make sure to specify each basepath to be rendered.

npx routify export --basepath "en,fr,de"

Using basepaths with subfolders

Sometimes you have to deploy to a subfolder, like /myapp. In this case you do no want to export static pages from /myapp as that would ultimately give you the address /myapp/myapp once your app is deployed.

To handle this, you can make the basepath optional: $basepath = "(/myapp)?".

Using basepaths with dynamic subfolders

If you don’t know the path of your apps location, you can use wildcards in your basepath

$basepath = "(myapp-\\w{4})?"

The above example would match /myapp-abcd/about and /about.

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