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Update TypeScript typings #797

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corbinu commented Dec 9, 2017

I merged in my typings and updated for the new use of async/await.

I also removed the Expect typings. They can be added back in however given that other assertion libraries can be used I think there are two better options:

  1. Currently I simply import expect from code separately and then use the @typings/code package. I have some enhancements I can simply commit to there.
  2. We could merge typings into code as well and import those.

Would love to get peoples thoughts on which is better


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geek commented Dec 9, 2017

@corbinu I'd vote for 2 to get the code typings in.

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@geek geek merged commit d971304 into hapijs:master Dec 9, 2017
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