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[setup-polly-jest] Types for the setup-polly-jest package #38600

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commented Sep 25, 2019

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  • tsconfig.json should have noImplicitAny, noImplicitThis, strictNullChecks, and strictFunctionTypes set to true.

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commented Sep 25, 2019

👋 Hi there! I’ve run some quick performance metrics against master and your PR. This is still an experiment, so don’t panic if I say something crazy! I’m still learning how to interpret these metrics.

Let’s review the numbers, shall we?

These typings are for a package that doesn’t yet exist on master, so I don’t have anything to compare against yet! In the future, I’ll be able to compare PRs to setup-polly-jest with its source on master.

Comparison details 📊
Batch compilation
Type count 2191
Assignability cache size 104
Subtype cache size 0
Identity cache size 0
Language service measurements
Samples taken 23
Identifiers in tests 23
    Mean duration (ms) 89.9
    Median duration (ms) 86.2
    Mean CV 21.7%
    Worst duration (ms) 116.6
    Worst identifier context
    Mean duration (ms) 86.1
    Median duration (ms) 87.6
    Mean CV 17.9%
    Worst duration (ms) 95.3
    Worst identifier polly
System information
Node version v10.16.3
CPU count 2
CPU speed 2.294 GHz
CPU model Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2673 v4 @ 2.30GHz
CPU Architecture x64
Memory 6.8 GiB
Platform linux
Release 4.15.0-1059-azure

If you have any questions or comments about me, you can ping @andrewbranch. Have a nice day!


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commented Sep 25, 2019

@offirgolan Thank you for submitting this PR!

Because this is a new definition, a DefinitelyTyped maintainer will be reviewing this PR in the next few days once the Travis CI build passes.

In the meantime, if the build fails or a merge conflict occurs, I'll let you know. Have a nice day!

@uniqueiniquity uniqueiniquity merged commit 8498338 into DefinitelyTyped:master Sep 25, 2019
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