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yanokenken
yanokenken commented Sep 11, 2019

If you follow the readme procedure, the following error will occur in the first npm install express.

saveError ENOENT: no such file or directory, open '/xxx/xxx/package.json'

As you know, the cause is package.json does not exist.
Other users seem to have a similar error, so it seems better to add npm init to the readme.
Or I thought it would be nice to bring a link `Please follow

Ghost
rishabhgrg
rishabhgrg commented Oct 8, 2019

Issue Summary

Bookmark card has few minor issues atm as listed below -

  • Better error message handling: Currently bookmark card fails with Unable to parse URL error in case of all failures including insufficient metadata available. We should differentiate between "unable to parse" and "page has insufficient metadata" cases and show appropriate error message to avoid confusion (ref: ht
samcoenen
samcoenen commented Mar 11, 2019

Looks closely related to #779

I'm submitting a...


[ ] Regression
[x] Bug report
[ ] Feature request
[ ] Documentation issue or request
[ ] Support request => Please do not submit support request here, instead post your question on Stack Overflow.

Current behavior

Middleware is being called for every endpoint a request route could potentially match.

langpavel
langpavel commented Oct 24, 2017

Too wide (and falsy) segregation of GraphQL Types and Resolvers

The first example of this is new ObjectType in src/data/queries/index.js importing fields.
Fields should be taken in context of parent type, not as standalone information.

This can ensure some users that custom types cannot have own field resolvers which is false.

In fact, much of fields which can have own resolvers

js-xlsx
KurtMar
KurtMar commented Sep 12, 2019

I noticed a bug in the html_to_sheet function. When reading cells that are empty, the cell index is correctly incremented, but if the cell has HTML tags and is observed to be empty after stripping the tags, the cell index is not incremented. This results in misalignment of the subsequent cells:

https://github.com/SheetJS/js-xlsx/blob/e3c5eac99c3b2be6929adfca455c1be87fab792b/xlsx.js#L18956-L18

ava
novemberborn
novemberborn commented Sep 15, 2019

#1947 landed a new t.try() assertion. It's experimental, one of the reasons for which is that we don't have documentation yet.

We need to document the assertion, how to use it and what the edge cases are.

Apologies for how bare this issue is — happy to elaborate more if you're looking to contribute this 😍

john1625b
john1625b commented Apr 2, 2018

I am making a health check endpoint for kubernetes (google cloud's service to host containerized applications) for my mySql application.

right now I am using this package https://www.npmjs.com/package/health-check-mysql

But is there something built into the package itself, something like a isConnected method. ie:
connection.isConnected() ? throw new Error('not connected to mysql') : null

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