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mobile-config.js only supports JavaScript, not arbitrary plugin-supported languages #2860

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neopostmodern opened this Issue Oct 19, 2014 · 4 comments

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neopostmodern commented Oct 19, 2014

I write all my code in CoffeeScript, so did I want to do for the mobile-config.js, thus being mobile-config.coffee.
If I have the file in CoffeeScript my app breaks with

ReferenceError: App is not defined
     at ./mobile-config.coffee:3

I guess it is not recognized as a special file if written in CoffeeScript anymore, and it probably wouldn't work for packaging, but I can't confirm that.

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Slava commented Oct 19, 2014

Right now you need to write the mobile-config file as a js file. Other extensions are not supported atm.

@glasser glasser changed the title mobile-config[.js] in CoffeeScript breaks app mobile-config.js only supports JavaScript, not arbitrary plugin-supported languages Dec 5, 2014

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anymos commented Nov 22, 2016

+1, but after more than 2 years .... not sure if it will happens

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cosmin-dumitrache commented Apr 9, 2017

+1

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hwillson commented Jun 7, 2017

To help provide a more clear separation between feature requests and bugs, and to help clean up the feature request backlog, Meteor feature requests are now being managed under the https://github.com/meteor/meteor-feature-requests repository.

This feature request will be closed here, but anyone interested in migrating this feature request to the new repository (to make sure it stays active), can click here to start the feature request migration process. This manual migration process is intended to help identify which of the older feature requests are still considered to be of value to the community. Thanks!

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