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eu81273
eu81273 commented May 19, 2017

If the document.domain property is set in the page, _has module throws error "Access is denied" when try to check window's property for example 'hasOwnProperty'.

So I think it is better to change _has module like below.

var hasOwnProperty = {}.hasOwnProperty;
module.exports = function(it, key){
  try {
    return hasOwnProperty.call(it, key);
  } catch(e){
    return 
node-fetch
bitinn
bitinn commented Nov 13, 2018

There used to be only one type of operational error from node-fetch: FetchError.

This is no longer the case as I can count at least six: Error, NodeError, TypeError, SyntaxError, AbortError and FetchError. All of them can be triggered in one way or another through invalid response.

We would like to unify them in some ways but it's (a) a breaking change, (b) sometimes not standa

jlvdh
jlvdh commented Nov 27, 2018

What is the current behavior?

Crawling a website that uses # (hashes) for url navigation does not crawl the pages that use #

The urls using # are not followed.

If the current behavior is a bug, please provide the steps to reproduce

Try crawling a website like mykita.com/en/

What is the motivation / use case for changing the behavior?

Though hashes are not ment to chan

node-serialport
maxwellhadley
maxwellhadley commented Jul 5, 2018
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I have a device which is only intermit

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

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

barnesicle
barnesicle commented Mar 12, 2019

There is no documentation on how to set a timeout with the on function. I was looking through the code and can not seem to find it. I think there was before. It looks like this with removed with the removal of the global config in one of the later versions. I get "No ack for postMessage myEventName in http://localhost:8080 in 2000ms".

Please let me know if there is a way to set this timeout va

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