neither apm install nor npm install seem to refresh the .js files in my dist/ directory, am I missing something?
@Ptival atom-typescript is built with atom-typescript .... I can see why this can be a pain if you don't have a working atom-typescript in the first place. There is grunt there in the repo ... but it hasn't been maintained for quite a while so YMMV. If it doesn't work let me know and I'll try to fix it :rose:
npm install grunt grunt-tsand then
so my guess is startWorker passes an environment to the spawned process that does not work well with NixOS
Guess so :worried:
BufferedProcess was a pain to get working on windows as well, but we managed to do that atom/atom#2887 Its because of us using
atom as node (and not taking an unneeded dependency). Perhaps we can add an option "use node as node"
package.jsonif not there ... probably a node thing, otherwise lookup on npmjs.com
I'm trying to add a typescript project that hasn't a tsconfig.json file in it, if I try to add it in atom works, it hands all the libraries but then everything seems broken. I colleague has the same env but for him is working, even if he passed me a pre-made tsconfig file. for me doesn't make any sense.
@MatteoGabriele I am confused by the query. Sorry can you rephrase :rose:
heya, just a quick question
We try to delay as much as possible till a
.ts file is opened in atom. But there are other performance things that still need to be done
b.tsproject ... only have
a.tsproject ... have
a.tsopened at least once