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sodatea/README.md

Hi there 👋

I'm Haoqun Jiang from the Vue.js core team, working full time on open source.

I help maintain Vue.js build tools and contribute to Vite.

You can sponsor my open source work via GitHub Sponsors or 爱发电.

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September 2021

Created 2 repositories

Created an issue in evanw/esbuild that received 1 comment

JSON loader outputs invalid ESM code when a JSON file contains top-level properties like "dashed-key": ""

Reproduction https://replit.com/@sodatea/esbuild-json-esm Suggested solution Top-level JSON properties whose keys are illegal identifiers should no…

1 comment
Opened 1 other issue in 1 repository
20 contributions in private repositories Sep 6 – Sep 18

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