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
doesn't seem to help. Can test it against a newly generated angular-cli project
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 :/
Ah. Looks like my out setting in tsconfig is the culprit... Sad day.
Having issues with syntax highlighting - any suggestions?
Haha could any1 help me, i accidentally closed the navidation sidebar and would like it back. and i cant find anything :(
Hey there, was wondering if anyone very familiar with the plugin and it's internal would be up for a chat about them. Willing to compensate for time
Basarat Ali Syed
@mhartington willing to have a chat. Take it to email? basaratali @ gmail :rose:
Basarat Ali Syed
fwiw my support has been highly lacking because I moved to creating my own IDE : http://alm.tools/ which gives me more freedom (and simplicity) to provide special TypeScript specific UI / UX / DX. You can use it today npm install alm -g. But I do pop in here time to time cause I do care about Atom :rose:
Nice plugin :) i am having an issue with the autocomplete though. With no other plugins installed other than what comes with Atom the autocomplete never shows up (Mac OSX), where would i start to look to fix this?
I'm following the Angular2 quick start project from angular.io and every time I make a change to a .ts file I'm seeing 13 pending requests appear in atom. Anyone have any idea why this is? I don't have this problem when I switch to an older quick start project based on Angular2 beta.
Ah of course, forgot my excludes, thanks!
i got an error in atom when i import node_modules
i tried what i could find online but nothing is working