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December 2021

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Created a pull request in coilhq/web-monetization-projects that received 1 comment

feat: use a loader with asset/source for typescript as a string

type: asset/source hack only works for webpack, not jest, where there is one test that import the polyfill to test its hash move logging code in…

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