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Marc Wensauer
@daslicht
I renames the Main.server.ts to main.server.ts before
funky
Valentin Robert
@Ptival
ok I've made some progress, now my remaining issue is that the --ambient version of d3 is worthless, and I don't understand how to make the npm typings work
Eugenio Arosteguy
@euginio
I guys
is there some way to replace text preserving case in atom?
Valentin Robert
@Ptival
@euginio yes, click on the "Aa" button on the right
I still am unable to call tsc -p . succesfully from the command line, even though my project builds under atom-typescript, it misses some interface files somehow
Eugenio Arosteguy
@euginio
Hey @Ptival , the option you mention is for match case in the search, I want an option to "preserve case" in the replacement, for example replace "hello" with "hola" and preserving case it will replace also "Hello" with "Hola" (as in sublime)
Yousef Shanawany
@AskYous
Anyone else wish the syntax highlighting was better? I wish it was as good as JavaScript's highlighting in atom.
Leigh Caplan
@texel
Yep, it's pretty terrible for me too
Yousef Shanawany
@AskYous
You think I should open up an issue?
Basarat Ali Syed
@basarat
@texel @AskYous we just use the defacto Microsoft version. More : https://github.com/TypeStrong/atom-typescript/blob/master/docs/grammar.md#cson-grammar
@texel @AskYous because of text mate limitations (plus maintenance burden) I'm using a code based grammar for my next WIP project : https://basarat.gitbooks.io/alm/content/features/typescript.html#syntax-highlighting :rose:
Yousef Shanawany
@AskYous
I don't understand that stuff but I'm confident that you guys know what you're doing and it's a burden.
Leigh Caplan
@texel
Hey everyone- looks like someone has opened a ticket for a highlighting issue I've actually been seeing for awhile: TypeStrong/atom-typescript#934
It seriously affects highlighting on Angular 2 projects, which use property decorators pretty heavily
Any idea what's involved to address it?
@basarat sorry I didn't see your response the other day
Leigh Caplan
@texel
So this issue is basically just a reflection of the upstream issues w/ the grammar?
Microsoft/TypeScript-TmLanguage#79
Basarat Ali Syed
@basarat
@texel yup :rose:
Leigh Caplan
@texel
@basarat Ha fair enough. So I guess I should go complain in the TS gitter? ;)
Basarat Ali Syed
@basarat
Not really :) The TS team has an amazing code based tokenizer : https://basarat.gitbooks.io/alm/content/contributing/syntax.html Just that not all IDEs have the luxury of spending time on special casing their tokenizer just for the TypeScript compiler :rose:
Leigh Caplan
@texel
Hm ok... I guess I don't know enough about the implementation to speak on it one way or the other. I do know that the handling of decorators is a pain point, and it seems that VS Code and Atom are affected. Just trying to figure out the best way to make the issue visible to someone who would have the knowledge (and time, etc) to fix it.
Basarat Ali Syed
@basarat

who would have the knowledge (and time, etc) to fix it.

The issue you pointed to is the correct / perfect place Microsoft/TypeScript-TmLanguage#79 :rose:

Dominic Watson
@intellix
struggling to get this plugin to ever work :S
sometimes I type and it just endlessly queues tasks, other days I get a load of errors about compilation contexts
Dominic Watson
@intellix
think it's when I have compilation errors, then the TS stuff just fails entirely
if I have one of these errors, it stops functioning entirely: The file "xyz.component.ts" is not included in the TypeScript compilation context. If this is not intended, please check the "files" or "filesGlob" section of your tsconfig.json file.
Dominic Watson
@intellix
still get the feeling that the TS support in Atom is largely unusable and am not sure what's different to how it works in VSC. Are there any settings I can perhaps play with to get something similar?
Dominic Watson
@intellix
I'm using angular-cli to generate a TS project, so have a process running that compiles the stuff. I've turned off compileOnSave as well
David Kontorovsky
@dkontorovsky
Hello! Does anybody know if atom-typescript requires the jsdoc Atom package to generate documentation?
Hum. I just found docblockr and looks very popular. I guess I'll try that.
arun.jayapal
@deostroll
Anyway to minimize the typescript window?
Filype Pereira
@FilypePereira_twitter
can we use atom-typescript and grunt ts at the same time?
I think I had a tsconfig file as well as grunt ts configured. The files were saved in 2 different places. That was a bit confusing
Dominic Watson
@intellix
everytime I come to use atom-typescript, I just got a large queue of tasks within atom: https://www.dropbox.com/s/hmes37me9qanhkj/Screenshot%202016-05-17%2015.06.22.png?dl=0
I don't understand why it never really works
in fact. if I kill atom, and try to get a suggestion of which item to import, it takes about 5-10 seconds to come up with a suggestion, so I guess it gets backlogged with info requests
Yousef Shanawany
@AskYous
I don't have that icon at all in my atom
Dominic Watson
@intellix
appears when there are things in a queue. Everything is typically instant but my TypeScript is taking something like 5-10 seconds to respond to requests, so it ends up getting backlogged
Yousef Shanawany
@AskYous
what queue?
Dominic Watson
@intellix
atom tasks
if I ask for import autocomplete a couple of times, it goes to about 11 and clicking on it, here are a list of the tasks: https://www.dropbox.com/s/r41yk5803e16zca/Screenshot%202016-05-17%2015.15.13.png?dl=0
ah, apparently a workaround is to move it inside a folder like /src, of which was already done. I put it into the root directory as well cause it wasn't quite working
Dominic Watson
@intellix
doesn't seem to help. Can test it against a newly generated angular-cli project
Rob Yoder
@robyoder
I've never been able to get the project build to work for me. It always just "succeeds" even when there are errors. Am I missing something obvious?
Googling gave me nothing :/
Rob Yoder
@robyoder
Ah. Looks like my out setting in tsconfig is the culprit... Sad day.