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    Oleksiy Golovko
    @zindel
    sass-loader specifically is not tested yet, but we have a plan to test it before the release
    not really
    Rauan Mayemir
    @rauanmayemir
    i meant trying to replace all the loaders with native built-in modules, at least for basic ones
    Oleksiy Golovko
    @zindel
    if we see such loaders in the config - we start the node process as the service
    and communicate the config right to it, feeding the result back to the main process
    it is absolutely on the target system to have the needed dependencies installed, as well as 'loader-runner'
    we have couple integration tests built-in, to demonstrate the example config
    for instance, see this one:
    Rauan Mayemir
    @rauanmayemir
    have you considered e.g replacing the node process part with native call? 'just because'
    Oleksiy Golovko
    @zindel
    we did :)
    although we don't have enough resources
    yesterday I dreamed about the OCaml native CSS parser
    :)
    Rauan Mayemir
    @rauanmayemir
    if you can give some guidance, i'd love to start with the basic loaders and try contributing
    Oleksiy Golovko
    @zindel
    if you want to try it out I can walk you through the architecture
    great!
    would it be easier with some sort of voice chat / screen sharing?
    Rauan Mayemir
    @rauanmayemir
    sure
    Oleksiy Golovko
    @zindel
    Hey guys, did some fastpack development streaming today
    pretty basic, but in case you're interested:
    Oleksiy Golovko
    @zindel
    got sass-loader working!
    Oleksiy Golovko
    @zindel
    @/all Hi! Would appreciate your feedback on this issue (see my last comment): fastpack/fastpack#41
    Thanks!
    Rauan Mayemir
    @rauanmayemir
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    @zindel have you considered using ocaml infra for testing? cause bash scripts feel messy and prone to issues
    Oleksiy Golovko
    @zindel
    @rauanmayemir Hi!
    so my main motivation of using Bash was to make it as close to the usage scenario as possible
    i.e. it has to be run as shell command, so let's use shell :)
    Another important piece I find useful and nice to work with is the diff command which is executed on directories
    makes it easy to see what has changed and how
    On the other hand I'm happy to consider other alternatives. If there is more standard / canonical way to such kind of testing in the OCaml world - we could try it out
    Rauan Mayemir
    @rauanmayemir
    great, let's table this discussion until we have a clearer picture how to make it work from the ocaml side
    Oleksiy Golovko
    @zindel
    agreed!
    Oleksiy Golovko
    @zindel
    @here So, I'm about to announce a release
    here is the doc site: http://fastpack.io/
    feedback is much appreciated :)
    Jake
    @samouri
    Hi, I just started using fastpack for a project and wanted to say thank you to everyone making it. It is crazy fast and easy to configure. great work!
    Oleksiy Golovko
    @zindel
    Hi @samouri! Thank you for your kind words
    we've also got the discord channel, it is a little bit more active lately, you're welcome to join: https://discord.gg/4HVCjDh
    Vittorio Adamo
    @adamovittorio
    Hello everyone and congrats for the awesome project!
    Oleksiy Golovko
    @zindel
    Hi @adamovittorio! Thank you :)
    We got the Discord channel, mainly hanging in there recently
    Please join us: https://discord.gg/4HVCjDh
    Vittorio Adamo
    @adamovittorio
    ok, super!
    Oleksiy Golovko
    @zindel
    I have to update it on the site :)
    Alain Armand
    @idkjs
    Brother @zindel, I have been trying to get around to using fastpack for a while but everytime i get to the webpage, the example gives me a headache. Check out the how to on this bundler, https://github.com/nathan/pax#how-do-i-use-it
    one read and I get it. As an Ocam/RE partizan, I;d prefer to use something writing Ocaml...