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substack created repository substack/osm-pbf-to-mddf
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substack commented on issue substack/watchify#168
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Looks like a good roadmap. Feel free to publish the release to npm when all the issues are handled.

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substack merged pull request substack/watchify#164
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Use tmpdir for test output
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substack commented on pull request substack/watchify#164
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tmpdir might also be good for output instead of a dotfile. Maybe that will help with EPERM too?

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substack merged pull request substack/watchify#167
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Don't re-add "bytes" and "time" listeners on rebundle
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    Add documentation of test.comment
substack merged pull request substack/tape#151
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Add documentation of test.comment
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Document opts.paths in api
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substack commented on pull request substack/node-browserify#1151
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If derequire is cheap now, I can't imagine a case where you'd want a bundle but would also want to opt-out of derequiring in the standalone step. I…