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Dynamic imports with query parameters

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What is the expected behavior? I'm trying to use dynamic module loading like this:

  const App = lazy(() => import('./protected?token=' + token));

  return <Suspense fallback={<div>Loading... </div>}>
    {token && <App/> || <Login/>}  
  </Suspense>;

Currently the module is perfectly resolved and split when no query parameters used. Once I add query param, the build fails with: protected\:5 Uncaught Error: Cannot find module './protected?token=XXXXXXX'

What is motivation or use case for adding/changing the behavior? In my case it's some authentication for the part of the app code.

How should this be implemented in your opinion? ? and the rest could be just stripped on the module resolution and added back once the final url is formed.

Are you willing to work on this yourself? yes, with some hints

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