Steve Wagner lanwin

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Thanks for your report. What error do you get?

lanwin commented on issue github/fetch#115
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I can confirm that this problem doesnt exists on Chrome 42 with native fetch, which is now stable.

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lanwin closed issue sum-sum/rtl_868#2
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main.c:(.text+0x660): undefined reference to `clock_gettime'
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TFA 30.3125 compatible?
lanwin commented on issue merbanan/rtl_433#102
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I can confirm that 303125 is compatible and works out of the box as lacrosse sensor. Its exactly the same sensor as 303180 but at 433mhz.

lanwin commented on issue github/fetch#115
lanwin commented on issue github/fetch#115
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I got it. The problem is forced by this line in fetch.js. If i comment it out, the tmp files disappear. xhr.responseType = 'blob'

lanwin commented on issue github/fetch#115
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Interesting. It seems using a simple xhr request with and without cors does not has this problem: var xhr = new XMLHttpRequest(); xhr.open('GET', 'h…

lanwin commented on issue github/fetch#115
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Ive checked that. 42 does not seems to be released. I have 41 and its up to date. So the code uses the polyfill. Ive created a small example to rep…

lanwin commented on issue github/fetch#115
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Uh I dont even considered Chrome could have a working impl of fetch yet. Need to check that. Yes I looked at that code and did not see anything wha…

lanwin opened issue github/fetch#115
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Chrome leaves a tmp file on every request fetch dose
lanwin commented on issue muut/riotjs#300
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It seems that the current inner-html approaches stopped working with 2.0.10 when there is markup used inside. 2.0.10. http://jsfiddle.net/kreynfcc/

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How concat should work?
lanwin commented on issue ariesjia/grunt-riot#3
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THX! Works well now. The funny thing is that I though I had tried this.....

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How concat should work