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Decaff driver part 4 #7227

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@sainthkh sainthkh commented May 5, 2020

Part of #2690

Now no CoffeeScript file in driver/src! 馃帄


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@sainthkh sainthkh marked this pull request as ready for review May 6, 2020 05:46
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sainthkh commented May 6, 2020

Flaky failure.

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chrisbreiding commented May 6, 2020

In regards to error_messages.js, I think it's less than ideal that has to be left-aligned in order to get the proper whitespace. That鈥檚 an area where CoffeeScript is superior because it allows you to indent to align with the code, but strips out unnecessary whitespace in an intuitive way.

I wonder if we can pass these strings to a function or use a tagged template for them that can do something similar. Since tagged templates don鈥檛 have CoffeeScript鈥檚 benefit of being executed at compile-time, they can鈥檛 know the correct level of indentation to strip. I think we might need to just use a function and pass in the level of indentation, which isn鈥檛 the best, but it鈥檚 better than left-aligning everything in my opinion.

So it might look something like:

  command: {
    some_error: s(3, `
      You made a grievous error.

      I can't believe you've done this.

We pass 3 because it鈥檚 3 levels of indentation (6 spaces) in. It can also strip the opening and closing newline and extra whitespace, so we don鈥檛 need the backslashes, and the string ends up like this:

You made a grievous error.\n\nI can't believe you've done this.

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flotwig commented May 6, 2020

We use common-tags stripIndent elsewhere:

const failedDownload = {
description: 'The Cypress App could not be downloaded.',
solution: stripIndent`
Does your workplace require a proxy to be used to access the Internet? If so, you must configure the HTTP_PROXY environment variable before downloading Cypress. Read more:
Otherwise, please check network connectivity and try again:`,

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Nice! That's probably what we should use here. This seems like a big caveat for our use-case here though:

Important note: this tag will not indent multiline strings coming from the substitutions. If you want that behavior, use the html tag (aliases: source, codeBlock).

Some error message substitute in other error messages, which could be multiline. I wonder if there's any reason not to just always use the html tag (and alias it as stripIndent or something).

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@sainthkh Feel free to move out the conversion from this PR if it's easier, since we want more changes and review on that specific file. I can approve everything else otherwise.

There are some conflicts now since we merged in a big feature.

@sainthkh sainthkh marked this pull request as draft May 7, 2020 09:47
@sainthkh sainthkh marked this pull request as ready for review May 7, 2020 11:08
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sainthkh commented May 7, 2020

  • Flaky failure.
  • Removed from the decaff list.
  • Fixed conflicts.

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oh no, more conflicts 馃う鈥嶁檧锔

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sainthkh commented May 8, 2020

  • Merge conflicts.
  • Flaky failures.

@jennifer-shehane jennifer-shehane merged commit c5d7da6 into cypress-io:develop May 8, 2020
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