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sadokmtir commented Jan 21, 2020

I think it is worth mentioning that the solution stated Catching unresolved and rejected promises is not always valid. what I mean is that if a promise is caught on a later turn of the Node.js event loop, then probably throwing an error on this global catch is not a good idea. I am wondering how this is counted as best practice while obviously from the node official documentation it should

MastroLindus commented Feb 24, 2020

Some of the issues below are already mentioned in other tickets, but I have the feeling that a proper generic issue is due to give it visibility, as for now the current package is unusable for many users.

  1. The typescript package doesn't respect the tsconfig flags, and many of them are hardcoded inside the meteor/babel package.
    I understand that meteor needs to control some compilation option
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raguay commented Jan 4, 2020

NWJS Version : 0.43.3
Operating System : macos 10.14

Expected behavior

Launching nwjs should just show the main window. It should not be actively scanning the network.

Actual behavior

It shows the main window and pings every subnet address in my network. Little Snitch shows:
IP Addresses:
UDP Port: mdns (5353)
Protocol: U

formerandroider commented Dec 18, 2019

Issue Summary

In Safari 13.0.4 on macOS 10.15.2, the 'Upload routes YAML' button triggers a file browser that only allows selection of files ending in .yml. These are not accepted by the application, which requires a .yaml extension. This results in routes not being uploadable with Safari.

To Reproduce

  1. In Safari, click the 'Upload routes YAML' button in Labs.

This doesn'

feross commented Sep 14, 2019

Putting default parameter at last allows function calls to omit optional tail arguments.

// Correct: optional argument can be omitted
function createUser(id, isAdmin = false) {}

// Incorrect: optional argument can **not** be omitted
function createUser(isAdmin = false, id) {}
createUser(undefined, "tabby")
icleolion commented Jan 16, 2020

parseISO v2 documentation currently states

The previous parse implementation was renamed to parseISO.

parse v2 documentation currently states

Old parse was renamed to toDate. Now parse is a new function which parses a string using a provided format.

I think considering the sentence is to divert people who have previously been using v1 parse to the correct v2 equivalent, it only

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

outsideris commented Oct 5, 2019

If specify non-existed file with --file option, mocha throw expection.

./bin/mocha --file non-existed
      else throw err

Error: Cannot find module '/Users/mocha/non-existed'
    at Function.Module._resolveFilename (internal/modules/cjs/loader.js:582:15)
    at Function.Module._load (internal/modules/cjs/loader.js:508:25
lovell commented Apr 21, 2015

As suggested by @jcupitt in #19.

You could also consider taking a histogram of L* and setting the range to 1% and 99%, ie. letting the top 1% and the bottom 1% over- and under-expose. This would make it less sensitive to noise and probably produce a more pleasing image in more cases.

vips_percent() does almost this, you'd swap your vips_stats() for this code:

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