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Patrick Michalina
@patrickmichalina
Slack is much better
@nchanged I don't understand where get the file references added to the bundle.
nchanged
@nchanged
did you try the example?
it replaces them with require
Patrick Michalina
@patrickmichalina
template: [require('app.component.html')]
nchanged
@nchanged
which are picked naturially by fusebox
with HMR and everything
Patrick Michalina
@patrickmichalina
where is the code that inserts the require import into the bundle?
nchanged
@nchanged
templateUrls : ["./app.component.html"]
Patrick Michalina
@patrickmichalina
is that fusebox core?
nchanged
@nchanged
pluginAngular
Patrick Michalina
@patrickmichalina
Yeah i read all that
nchanged
@nchanged
join slack @patrickmichalina
Sebastian Schürmann
@sebs
So I am back @nchanged and I dont get it again
I am using v4 now and the example prom the readme in the v4 branch is not producing a result at all
no output, not result
nchanged
@nchanged
@sebs slack
Sebastian Schürmann
@sebs
server died when i tried to register
nchanged
@nchanged
@/all

Slack channel

Auto inviter ->> https://slack.fuse-box.org/

Chester Beard
@Phinneas
@nchanged that link gives me a 502
nchanged
@nchanged
@Phinneas lemme check it, it crashed
@Phinneas it's OK now
Dan Pike
@dannypike
Hi. I've just started looking through the documentation for FuseBox and, to me, it seems to say that I can build a NodeJs application using the "server" target. However, when I try that, the app fails because there is no "document" object in NodeJS. Does FuseBox only work in browsers at the moment, or have I missed something?

... the offending line starts like this:

var Client = require("fusebox-websocket").SocketClient, bundleErrors = {}, outputElement = document.createElement("div"),

near the end of the bundle that it built

which also makes me wonder why it's messing about with websockets inside my code :)
Juho Vepsäläinen
@bebraw
@dannypike please see the slack (https://slack.fuse-box.org/). i don't think gitter is active anymore
Dan Pike
@dannypike
@bebraw Thanks
Delaney
@delaneyj
Hi, I'm trying to import the contents of a PostCSS processed css and don't know how to do it with fusebox
import * as styles from "../styling/main.css"; doesn't work. Tried that with RawPlugin([".css"])
nchanged
@nchanged

Slack channel here -> https://slack.fuse-box.org/

Chris
@paxperscientiam
@nchanged 502 Bad Gateway
nchanged
@nchanged
Should be up now
hollowcat
@hollowcat
Hello. I wonder how to use test-runner with sparky in v4?
Kevin
@kvnlnt
I echo @hollowcat . Is the test runner broken? Just made my first attempt at using it but it seems to be trying to run tests on my node_modules folder, ignoring my fuse and tsconfigs.

-- fuse.js --
const { Sparky, FuseBox } = require("fuse-box");
const fuse = FuseBox.init({
homeDir: "src",
target: "browser@es5",
useTypescriptCompiler: true,
output: "dist/$name.js"
});

Sparky.task("test", () => fuse.bundle("app").test(["> some.test.ts"]));

--some.test.ts--
import { should } from "fuse-test-runner";

export class BarTest {
"Should be okay"() {
should(1).equal(1);
}
}

-- result --
└── (1 files, 576 Bytes) default
└── ansi-regex 331 Bytes (1 files)
└── ansi-styles 4.9 kB (1 files)
...lists out a bunch of more modules and eventually...
Error: Cannot find module 'babel-runtime/core-js/object/keys'
...

Juho Vepsäläinen
@bebraw
@kvnlnt it's best check the slack. link above
Andreas Neumann
@a-neumann

hi guys, can someone help me with including a global dependency from my project?

   entry: "src/index.ts"
    dependencies: {
        include: ["tslib", "./datFile"] // in src/datFile
    }

don't have the exports from datFile available globally :'(
thx in advance

nchanged
@nchanged

Please use slack https://slack.fuse-box.org/

Gitter is abandoned

Ben Bieler
@benbieler
TypeError: os is undefined
Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'homedir' of undefined
has anyone seen this? After simply running "node fuse"
nchanged
@nchanged
@benbieler use slack. Gitter is abandonded

Please use slack https://slack.fuse-box.org/

Gitter is abandoned

Ben Bieler
@benbieler
ok thanks
John Bragg
@remotezygote
I'm trying too use the react-force-graph-3d package in my client-side code, but it's having a tough time handling its dependency 3d-force-graph - error is: WARNING Statement "dist/3d-force-graph.js" has failed to resolve in module "react-force-graph" - does this ring any bells or anything?
it almost feels like it's having some issue with the leading "3" in the package name