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February 2019

Created a pull request in girder/girder that received 1 comment

Use universal-ctags to parse public symbols

Unlike exuberant-ctags, universal-ctags is actively maintained and parses Python files more accurately. In particular, keyword arguments are no lon…

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Created an issue in girder/girder_web_components that received 2 comments

Separate demo app from components library

At present, the demo app (bootstrapped by src/main.js and using components like src/App.vue) is located right next to the code for the components l…

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