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
commonjsand not having multiple