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amit handa
@amit-handa
hi, I am new to typescript. using atom-typescript to generate es6, commonjs transpiled js for nodejs (4.2.2v)
what is the best way to convert js project to typescript one ?
I have renamed the project js files to ts. I am getting following error:
cannot redeclare block-scoped variable <var-name>
thanks
btw, the plugin does ts->js successfully
amit handa
@amit-handa
atom stutters while developing with atom-typescript :(
amit handa
@amit-handa
In Atom, I type 'ctrl+]' to see declaration. what is the shortcut for returning from declaration ?
Basarat Ali Syed
@basarat

cannot redeclare block-scoped variable <var-name>

@amit-handa use file modules : https://basarat.gitbooks.io/typescript/content/docs/project/modules.html to ensure each file isolated

In Atom, I type 'ctrl+]' to see declaration. what is the shortcut for returning from declaration ?

@amit-handa Use this package : https://github.com/TypeStrong/atom-typescript/blob/master/docs/packages.md#last-cursor-position in our list of packages we love. :rose:

amit handa
@amit-handa
Thanks basarat ! Appreciate your book on typescript, its short and sweet.
amit handa
@amit-handa
@basarat , how do I navigate using this package.
how do I see the declaration of the symbol ?
I understand I can navigate back using Alt+-.
Basarat Ali Syed
@basarat

how do I see the declaration of the symbol ?

@amit-handa F12 ... also you can use the command palette to find the commands :rose:

amit handa
@amit-handa
thanks, I do F12, after that, Alt+-, it doesnt go back. I have last-cursor package installed :(
Basarat Ali Syed
@basarat
should work ... create issue with last-cursor if it doesn't :rose:
amit handa
@amit-handa
thanks
kpgarrod
@kpgarrod
I'm suddenly experiencing a strange issue
some files in my project are being emitted with 0 length
just deleting the emitted file, modifying the source and saving it doesn't help
Glen
@glen-84
@basarat I'm getting The project file contains invalid options - Unknown Option: allowSyntheticDefaultImports -- does this option have to be added to Atom TypeScript?
kpgarrod
@kpgarrod
building the project does (sometimes?)
Basarat Ali Syed
@basarat

I'm getting The project file contains invalid options - Unknown Option: allowSyntheticDefaultImports -- does this option have to be added to Atom TypeScript?

@glen-84 yes. This is because we error on unknown options as a convinience for mis-spellings . I see the issue : TypeStrong/atom-typescript#762 so will continue discussion there :rose:

building the project does (sometimes?)

@kpgarrod are you using external transpiler option?

kpgarrod
@kpgarrod
@basarat I'm not sure I know what that means, but I don't think so :smile:
kpgarrod
@kpgarrod
@basarat: I think I figured it out. I had turned on 'beautify on save' for typescript files in atom-beautify earlier in the day. That seems to have caused this problem. Do you want me to raise an issue in github?
Basarat Ali Syed
@basarat
@kpgarrod atom-beautify and atom-typescript don't play nice together ... can't really ... we work off of tsconfig ... they work off of magic < good for general purpose beautifier but not good for typescript project specific beautifier
llgcode
@llgcode
Hi is someone can tell me about new use-strict statement added automatically by atom-typescript?
@basarat Does atom-typescript interfere with the newline characters used by typescript? I have "newLine": "LF" in my tsconfig file, but it's writing the files with CRLF. It seems to work fine when using tsc directly.
llgcode
@llgcode
@glen-84 thanks. So I've changed the default typescript used (last github version) with the one I have installed with npm to keep compatibility for now waiting the 1.8 to be released
Glen
@glen-84
You're welcome.
Dominic Böttger
@DominicBoettger
Hello
Can i limit the line length of the compiled javascript?
Gerasimos (Makis) Maropoulos
@removed~kataras
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http://postimg.org/image/s15zgxzf3/ Does someone else has this problem at .tsx files ? ( look at the right side of the image)
Gerasimos (Makis) Maropoulos
@removed~kataras
@/all
Basarat Ali Syed
@basarat
@DominicBoettger No. Just limit the length of the ts ? 🌹
@kataras I've seen the minimal look that way. I uninstalled it for myself :). I haven't seen '/div' artifacts.
Gerasimos (Makis) Maropoulos
@removed~kataras
@basarat it's happening for </span also, If I change the language editor to 'Typescript' ( from Typescript (TSX)) it does disappear but no code hint for html inside render()
I'm using Windows 7, I had the same problem with Windows 10 and Ubuntu 15.10 too
I though it will be fixed but no..
Why I have this problem ?
It's the only reason I had to use sublime but I like Atom most..
Marcus
@mjohnsonengr
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Aware of this syntax highlighting issue?
Couldn't find an issue, but I'll be surprised if I'm the first one that's noticed it
@basarat
Roderick Gibson
@kniteli
I use jspm for my run time dependencies, but I'm currently having to npm install angular2 just so atom-typescript can resolve the imports and typings. Does anyone have any thoughts on hooking into the jspm packages instead of having to install the npm versions as well?
Basarat Ali Syed
@basarat

Aware of this syntax highlighting issue?

@mjohnsonengr seems like a specialization of TypeStrong/atom-typescript#645

I use jspm for my run time dependencies, but I'm currently having to npm install angular2 just so atom-typescript can resolve the imports and typings. Does anyone have any thoughts on hooking into the jspm packages instead of having to install the npm versions as well?

@kniteli Nope. TypeScript only resolves on node_modules at the moment and hence that is what we support. As far as I know jspm module resolution is being tracked here : Microsoft/TypeScript#5039 but don't think it covers auto impor. Correct me if I am wrong :rose: