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Apr 2017
Justin Murray
@murrayju
Apr 14 2017 15:31
@prettydiff here is the simplest example of the problem that I could make https://github.com/murrayju/prettydiff-test
Just clone, npm install, and open the index.html in a browser
Austin Cheney
@prettydiff
Apr 14 2017 19:43
Thanks for that. It is realistic that support for require.js was never 100%. I have already started working on this and am dedicated to resolving it because ES6 modules will also be completely asynchronous.
Justin Murray
@murrayju
Apr 14 2017 20:20
no problem. Also, if you are interested in seeing the real use case, take a look at https://github.com/murrayju/xslt
I'm using prettydiff in my automated tests to validate that xml transforms are working as expected (across browsers)
I just committed my hacky-workaround code there today
Austin Cheney
@prettydiff
Apr 14 2017 20:46
Thank you so much for working with me on this. Its a huge help. I got it working on my local, but I need to do some clean up and refinement to ensure I am not causing regression and that the solution is durable.