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Is this module abandoned? #100

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pocesar opened this Issue Feb 17, 2014 · 11 comments

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pocesar commented Feb 17, 2014

No PRs being accepted, no bugs being fixed, what gives? Maybe someone should take this over?

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truongsinh Feb 17, 2014

+1, i'm waiting for opinion on #98 , otherwise in 24 hours I'll decide on my own and begin to contact other PR authors to call for a take over.

truongsinh commented Feb 17, 2014

+1, i'm waiting for opinion on #98 , otherwise in 24 hours I'll decide on my own and begin to contact other PR authors to call for a take over.

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ananthakumaran commented Feb 17, 2014

+1

truongsinh added a commit to truongsinh/expect that referenced this issue Feb 18, 2014

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HarryPehkonen Feb 19, 2014

Please leave a link here if there is any kind of organized take-over on this. I'm apprehensive about using expect.js because of lack of maintenance, but there aren't many libraries like this that run on ie8.

HarryPehkonen commented Feb 19, 2014

Please leave a link here if there is any kind of organized take-over on this. I'm apprehensive about using expect.js because of lack of maintenance, but there aren't many libraries like this that run on ie8.

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truongsinh Feb 20, 2014

@HarryPehkonen true! the only reason I don't use chai is because it only support IE9+

truongsinh commented Feb 20, 2014

@HarryPehkonen true! the only reason I don't use chai is because it only support IE9+

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truongsinh Feb 20, 2014

https://github.com/truongsinh/expect I have been lately working on this fork. Please read "read me" and history.md for more info, as there are breaking changes. I will now start asking for npm and bower package name.

truongsinh commented Feb 20, 2014

https://github.com/truongsinh/expect I have been lately working on this fork. Please read "read me" and history.md for more info, as there are breaking changes. I will now start asking for npm and bower package name.

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What are the main bugs you'd like to see fixed? We use this for socket.io and engine.io and never run into issues.

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rauchg commented Feb 20, 2014

What are the main bugs you'd like to see fixed? We use this for socket.io and engine.io and never run into issues.

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truongsinh Feb 20, 2014

@guille are you asking me or others? For others, as said, this codebase has been abandoned for 8 months, until hours ago (thanks for getting back after my email, though), however there are still open 14 PRs, most of which are fixes, with test case provided. For I myself, I found it is hard to extend expect, because of its structure, you can take a look @ my fork's Readme.

Anyway, I'm happy that you come back.

truongsinh commented Feb 20, 2014

@guille are you asking me or others? For others, as said, this codebase has been abandoned for 8 months, until hours ago (thanks for getting back after my email, though), however there are still open 14 PRs, most of which are fixes, with test case provided. For I myself, I found it is hard to extend expect, because of its structure, you can take a look @ my fork's Readme.

Anyway, I'm happy that you come back.

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truongsinh Feb 26, 2014

@guille ping, any write up? You said in another issue that you believed expect.js is no longer the solution. However, I and many people here find this the only one supporting IE8 (by scarifying the extendability, like of chaijs's, but I rewrite it in my fork).

truongsinh commented Feb 26, 2014

@guille ping, any write up? You said in another issue that you believed expect.js is no longer the solution. However, I and many people here find this the only one supporting IE8 (by scarifying the extendability, like of chaijs's, but I rewrite it in my fork).

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shime Sep 9, 2014

is this package still maintained?

if you're looking for maintainers, please add that to the readme. if not, please add it to the readme.

shime commented Sep 9, 2014

is this package still maintained?

if you're looking for maintainers, please add that to the readme. if not, please add it to the readme.

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EvanHahn Jan 24, 2016

I forked this and created Expecting.js which I intend to maintain.

EvanHahn commented Jan 24, 2016

I forked this and created Expecting.js which I intend to maintain.

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