Requirejs r.js merge compression script, invalid fileExclusionRegExp parameter configuration?

  node.js, question

All great gods, Kneel to beg answers a question.
The following figure shows my configuration of grunt-CONTRIB-REQUIRE JS in grunt inside, but it has nothing to do with GRUNT. Finally, this options is passed to r.js to run in node environment.
The problem comes, I want to exclude some files, then find all kinds of google data on the internet, and then find the attribute fileExclusionRegExp. the definition function is to exclude files.
Then I don’t understand, /[\w\/](Models | Collections | Views | Routers) \/[\ w \/] plus. js/ is invalid, and other writing methods are also invalid. At last, I used such cruel writing methods as shown in the figure:/./Still no effect, ask the reason and how to realize it.


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By the way, I originally wanted to add a debugger to r.js inside Debug, as shown in the following figure:
Then the node environment runs:
If any great god knows, ask the reason, thank humbly. .

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This is the configuration of Gruntfile.js inside grunt-contrib-requirejs:

This is the configuration file for requirejs:

Project directory structure:

After such a long time, no one can answer the question. I am also speechless.
I’ll do it myself.
R.js does have a fileExclusionRegExp parameter, and official documents are also used to exclude files or paths.
It is true that there is no egg.
However, if you think about it, it doesn’t seem to take effect, right? after all, r.js is to merge all the dependent files into one file in sequence. what if the page is wrong because of the exclusion of one file?
The knotty point now is, since this parameter is not needed, why does the government still provide it? It is useless to provide it. . I don’t know what they are thinking.