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Dan Quirk
@danquirk
yeah you don't want that :)
Daniel Melo
@daniel-a-melo
@danquirk All set now. Thank you very much :)
just out of curiosity, in which situation would noLib be useful?
Cu3PO42
@Cu3PO42
@danquirk I just fixed up my VM again and I can say that the package folder should be under %user%\.atom\packages for a fresh install
unless you went out of your way to change it
Dan Quirk
@danquirk
haven't messed with anything unless I unwittingly checked some unusual option during Atom's install
Cu3PO42
@Cu3PO42
you’d probably have to symlink it over to change it
so, yeah, it should be in that folder
Dan Quirk
@danquirk
ah ok sorry, i see now
there're way to many folders with npm and atom stuff in different places, i was looking at the wrong one
Cu3PO42
@Cu3PO42
no problem
it’s a bit messed up on windows
it makes more sense on *nix all in all
in my opinion, anyway
Dan Quirk
@danquirk
yeah I believe it
my mac usually stays at home
Cu3PO42
@Cu3PO42
Probably because some folders follow the Windows structure and other’s just stick to the *nix way of doing things
Dan Quirk
@danquirk
i have 17 packages under atom_typescript\node_modules
and i don't notice a change when i close and re-open atom
Cu3PO42
@Cu3PO42
17 sounds right
Dan Quirk
@danquirk
yeah, based on the speed it goes from 'missing dependencies' to 'all set' it couldn't have run a whole lot
Cu3PO42
@Cu3PO42
It probably compares installed versions to what is in package.json, though I don’t see why it would do that in the first place either. Have you tried de- and reinstalling atom-typescript?
… the standard solution for every bug
Dan Quirk
@danquirk
haha, worth a try
Stephen Baynham
@CannibalVox
Hi, how do I validate tsconfig.json? The UI in the example isn't popping up so I don't know if something'
's broke or I need to activate it
Stephen Baynham
@CannibalVox
Wait nm it was already working the UI just wasn't the same
Cu3PO42
@Cu3PO42
@danquirk I started getting the “installing dependencies” on Win 10 today, too… I still need to do more testing, though
Basarat Ali Syed
@basarat

@danquirk / @Cu3PO42 the dependency it is installing are apm dependencies not npm. It is only installing linter at the moment. Its working fine on my win 8.1 machine though.

Can you guys run apm install linter manually in a command prompt to see if there are any issues there that need to be addressed

Wait nm it was already working the UI just wasn't the same

@CannibalVox yes....we hide the ts panel now for any non .ts /.tsx files I plan to work on providing a much better tsconfig experience when I get some time

But the errors are still reported if you switch to a ts file and the related tsconfig is bad ;)
Dan Quirk
@danquirk
apm install linter from the command line worked fine, no errors
Basarat Ali Syed
@basarat
@danquirk and now if you open up atom-typescript do you still get the message "installing dependencies"? < shouldn't happen anymore
Dan Quirk
@danquirk
yeah I still see the message
Basarat Ali Syed
@basarat
@danquirk Check atom settings. Perhaps you have linter or autocomplete-plus in disabled state. BTW which version of atom are you on?
Dan Quirk
@danquirk
ah, linter was disabled
good call
I don't know why that would be, I don't think I manually did that
although maybe I misclicked on it while disabling a bunch of other plugins
Basarat Ali Syed
@basarat

probably. If its disabled ... we enable it for you. But it will be disabled on next reboot ... so we do that again :rose:

Don't have an API for permanently enable. Althought I'll investigate that TypeStrong/atom-typescript#462

Dan Quirk
@danquirk
yeah, makes sense
alternatively/in addition if the notification listed the missing dependencies it would be easier to debug
Basarat Ali Syed
@basarat
Pushed fix :rose: we now enable permanently. Not just load
Dan Quirk
@danquirk
=D
awesome
bitshifter
@elitecoder74
Does anyone know if Gulp-typescript uses tsconfig's "filesGlob"?
Basarat Ali Syed
@basarat
@elitecoder74 nope. Only Atom-TypeScript at the moment as far as I know. This is why we keep files in sync so that other tools work too.
Miguel Couto
@Mig1st4ck
why can't atom create a simple property in a class.
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module X {
export class DocsCache {
    constructor($http: ng.IHttpService, config, common) {
         this.$q = common.$q;
    }
}