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ronyrun
@ronyrun
Sorry I'm a beginner with your amazing tool
does anyone know how to run an app.js with visual studio ?
Seth Bromberger
@sbromberger
hi all
so - it appears that the node.js tools only works on Windows?
(since it appears to be an MSI installer)
Seth Bromberger
@sbromberger
ah, this doesn't appear to be for VS Code
Leo Jiapei Lin
@leoxy520
Hi, how do I deploy my nodejs app to Azure with this tool? Do I use the out of the box publish tool is VS? or there is something specific I can use from this tool ?
Sam Harwell
@sharwell
I'm getting a test discovery error using Mocha for our tests. The output to the Tests window in Visual Studio shows the following, which appears to contain a truncated message on the line starting with "Test discovery error:" (perhaps because it spans multiple lines?). Do you know if the complete error text is available somewhere?
------ Discover test started ------
Processing: J:\dev\antlr4ts\target\test\TestMocha.js
 Test discovery error: [SyntaxError: J:\dev\antlr4ts\target\test\TestMocha.js:4
Processing finished for framework of Mocha
Discovered 0 testcases.
========== Discover test finished: 0 found (0:00:00.7930225) ==========

The line in question contains the following:

const MurmurHash_1 = require('../src/misc/MurmurHash');

which was presumably produced by the following line in TestMocha.ts, the original TypeScript source file for the test in question.

import {MurmurHash} from '../src/misc/MurmurHash';
Sam Harwell
@sharwell
@BurtHarris :arrow_up: that's the error I was mentioning to you
Burt Harris
@BurtHarris
OK, I'm trying to reproduce this.
Burt Harris
@BurtHarris
Is the following message from ActivityLog.xml an issue with nodejstools?
  <entry>
    <record>606</record>
    <time>2016/10/05 19:09:34.451</time>
    <type>Error</type>
    <source>Editor or Editor Extension</source>
    <description>System.InvalidOperationException: Operation is not valid due to the current state of the object.&#x000D;&#x000A;   at Microsoft.VisualStudioTools.Project.Automation.OAProjectItem.get_Collection()&#x000D;&#x000A;   at Microsoft.VisualStudio.Web.Editor.Package.Lint.WebLinter.LinterUtilities.IsFileSupported(String fileName)&#x000D;&#x000A;   at Microsoft.VisualStudio.Web.Editor.Package.Lint.ErrorTagger.LintErrorTaggerProvider.CreateTagger[T](ITextBuffer textBuffer)&#x000D;&#x000A;   at Microsoft.VisualStudio.Text.Tagging.Implementation.TagAggregator`1.GatherTaggers(ITextBuffer textBuffer)</description>
  </entry>
Sam Harwell
@sharwell
I was running Node.js 0.12.2
Sam Harwell
@sharwell
Updating to Node 6.7.0 fixed the problem described above.
Tushar Mathur
@tusharmath
Are these tools supported for mac ?
Marcus Besjes
@marcusbesjes
Hi, I just downloaded Node tools for visual studio and Visual Studio Code for linux, but now I don't see how to add the node tools download to the visual studio
NTVS 1.2 VS 2015.msi also seems like a windows kind of file
not sure if it's compatible with Visual Studio for linux
at extentions I see "Install from VSIX file", but that .msi file is not a VSIX file it seems
Pavel Botezat
@botezatpv
Hello, How can I install on VS 2017?
John Nicholl
@ltheONEl
Are the tools read for vs2017 yet?
Andrey Kurdyumov
@kant2002
Tools included in VS 2017. Select Node.js Workload in the installer
Lea Fox
@lfox91
hello new to vs, how does one set environment variables. I've added them to properties, built the project, and run start from npm task runner but no luck. when I type process.env in the node console they are no wear to be found.
BG Bruno
@bgbruno
@kant2002 Hello I install VS2017 on MacOS right now and I don't saw that "Select Node.js Workload in the installer" within installing or I don't see in wizard it either - Q please where it is?
Arjun Ganesan
@arjun-g
hello guys, how do i use "npm start" to debug my application instead of a startup script file ?
Andrey Kurdyumov
@kant2002
@brunogarett sorry for late response. I did not try VS on Mac yet.
But as far as I know VS on Mac is different product and likely has different work flow. I don't even sure that Node.js Tools for VS work for that edition
@arjun-g you could run '.npm start' within Node Interactive window
Arjun Ganesan
@arjun-g
@kant2002 it starts my application but i am unable to debug my application. i am developing a angular 4 application with typescript. instead of a script file to start the application i use "ng serve" in root directory to start the application. "npm start" is configured to run "ng serve"
how can I start my application with debugger ?
Andrey Kurdyumov
@kant2002
I get it.
There no easy way which I could suggest.
Only option which I could think of is you specify path to ng in the Script (startup file) value
something like node_modules\.bin\ng
Arjun Ganesan
@arjun-g
basedir=$(dirname "$(echo "$0" | sed -e 's,\\,/,g')")
          ^^^^^^^
SyntaxError: missing ) after argument list
    at createScript (vm.js:53:10)
    at Object.runInThisContext (vm.js:95:10)
    at Module._compile (module.js:543:28)
    at Object.Module._extensions..js (module.js:580:10)
    at Module.load (module.js:488:32)
    at tryModuleLoad (module.js:447:12)
    at Function.Module._load (module.js:439:3)
    at Timeout.Module.runMain [as _onTimeout] (module.js:605:10)
    at ontimeout (timers.js:386:14)
    at tryOnTimeout (timers.js:250:5)
getting this error
seems it trying to execute the ng.cmd as a .js script file
Andrey Kurdyumov
@kant2002
Yes, usually many scripts just plain JS files.
Maybe it is simply execute node + some angular JS file.
I probably have to create new Angular 4 application to try your scenario.
Was always interested try new Angular but never have a chance :smile:
Arjun Ganesan
@arjun-g
OK. I will try to find a solution from my side as well. Will post if i find anything.
Was always interested try new Angular but never have a chance :smile:
I just moved from AngularJS to Angular 4. Its pretty good.
Andrey Kurdyumov
@kant2002
@brunogarett Actually there request for NodeJS Tools support on Mac here - #1574 Please vote, maybe it will give request more visibility
Don Pinkus
@donpinkus
Anyone using VS with React?
Looking for a good beautifier, but they all seem broken.
Artur Kurowski
@radarsu
I get the same error as Arjun.
drameshbe
@drameshbe
Hi Team..
How to Debug the Nightwatch Code from Vs Code. I have module.exports , my debug line is not going beyond the module.exports, directly it reaches out of the component. can anyone help me how to debug the code.