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DuBistKomisch
DuBistKomisch commented Jan 27, 2020

WIth yarn 2 about to become stable, it comes with pnp enabled by default, so postinstall scripts now have one more downside. Having a postinstall script forces core-js to be duplicated on disk unnecessarily, reducing the efficiency of yarn install in pnp mode, which could otherwise potentially perform no writing to disk.

I know you don't want to remove the postinstall script, but just point

node-serialport
axwaxw
axwaxw commented Jan 24, 2020

Documentation at https://serialport.io/docs/guide-usage states:

When opening a serial port, specify (in this order)

Path to Serial Port - required.
Options - optional and described below.

However, the 'Options' are not described below, or anywhere else in the documentation.

I need to specify baud rate, stop bits, parity etc, but the correct use of these options is not document

cdvv7788
cdvv7788 commented Nov 24, 2019

Just some feedback from a newcomer.
I am having issues getting started with the setup. I tried running several of the examples provided in the code, but I just ended up getting .map or .pipe does not exist. Also, the examples are for documenting the API, not for specific use cases (events, fetching a json, basic things, etc).
The main Readme is more focused on what fluture can do, and what

stevecrozz
stevecrozz commented Dec 13, 2019

I want to use GraphQL::Batch to load arguments for running mutations and it's not clear to me from reading the documentation if it is safe for me to use GraphQL::Batch.batch wherever I feel the need in my application. The note in the documentation refers only to using this in unit tests.

Can you provide clarification on whether GraphQL::Batch.batch can be safely used outside the test environmen

Seminioni
Seminioni commented Dec 1, 2019

Hello,

After recent update on latest typescript's (3.7.2) version I met following error. It happened on node 10.15.3 if it's important. Before update I used typescript (3.6.3) and vue-promised worked like a charm with it. Btw, it works similarly right now except below error.

<img width="1440" alt="изображение" src="https://user-images.githubusercontent.com/16149737/69920456-4ea1cd80-1499-11

rightaway
rightaway commented Mar 22, 2020

What is the .timeout attribute in the documentation? It's listed there with no additional text.

What is the default value for timeout setting?

What happens if timeout value is exceeded and throwOnTimeout is false? Will it just be removed silently from the queue? In this case would it be possible to have a onTimeout callback to be notified when a timeout is exceeded so that we know

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