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Maxime Dantec Warry Nomalab Brest, FR http://warry.fr Ui Designer & Developer @nomalab

reactivemanifesto/reactivemanifesto 576

The Reactive Manifesto

reactivemanifesto/website-manifesto 19

The web site for the Reactive Manifesto

Warry/CSS-3D-flip-effect-for-iphone 12

3D flip effect for iphone in pure CSS3 with animation (css transformation)

jsuereth/tic-tac-toe 11

Tic-Tac-Toe game server example for Devoxx

erwan/gitworkshop 5

Dummy Project

Warry/alt-reactor 3

Alternative Elm reactor: npx alt-reactor

peutetre/parisjs-website 2

Parisjs.org redesigned

Warry/chat-room 1

Based on Play2 sample, with rooms.

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issue closedelm/compiler

Detect misusage of Debug.log

Quick Summary: ???

A coworker struggled finding the reason why their Debug.log didn't fire anything. The log function was actually assigned to _, a common pattern we use in the company, but missing the last parametter. It was actually assigning the identity function to underscore.

Shouldn't it fire some kind of error or warning, as it's probably not intended ? Assigning a function to _ (underscore) could be a compile error, or maybe using Debug.* missing a parameter be forbidden to ensure no silent behaviour ?

It could go in elm-review, but we do not run this on each file save, so I don't know to how much extend this could be as good as a solution.

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hello =
    let
        _ : a -> a
        _ =
            Debug.log "Hello"
    in
    "world"

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some research for safe timecode

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issue openedelm/compiler

Should assigning a function to _ (underscore) be a compile error ?

Quick Summary: ???

A coworker struggled finding the reason why their Debug.log didn't fire anything. The log function was actually assigned to _, a common pattern we use in the company.

Shouldn't it fire some kind of error or warning, as it's probably not intended ?

It could go in elm-review, but we do not run this on each file save, so I don't know to how much extend this could be as good as a solution.

SSCCE

hello =
    let
        _ : a -> a
        _ =
            Debug.log "Hello"
    in
    "world"

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startedpd-andy/awesome-elm-pltd

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fork Warry/find-elm-dependencies

Find elm dependencies for a given entry

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startedbrian-watkins/elm-procedure

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issue commentparcel-bundler/parcel

Parcel 2.0.0 not reloading page on change anymore (Parcel 2.0.0-rc.0 still works fine)

I have the same behaviour with the Elm transformer since I upgraded to 2.0.0 from rc.

ayebear

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