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Compiler

Compilers are software that translate higher-level (more human readable) programming languages to lower-level languages (e.g. machine code). The processor executes machine code, which indicates when binary high and low signals are required in the arithmetic logic unit of the processor. Examples of compiled languages include BASIC, Fortran, C++, C, and Java.

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next.js
felixmosh
felixmosh commented May 10, 2022

Verify canary release

  • I verified that the issue exists in Next.js canary release

Provide environment information

Operating System:
  Platform: darwin
  Arch: x64
  Version: Darwin Kernel Version 21.4.0: Fri Mar 18 00:45:05 PDT 2022; root:xnu-8020.101.4~15/RELEASE_X86_64
Binaries:
  Node: 16.13.2
  npm: 8.1.2
  Yarn: 1.19.1
  pnpm: N/A
good first issue area: documentation

A bundler for javascript and friends. Packs many modules into a few bundled assets. Code Splitting allows for loading parts of the application on demand. Through "loaders", modules can be CommonJs, AMD, ES6 modules, CSS, Images, JSON, Coffeescript, LESS, ... and your custom stuff.

  • Updated May 19, 2022
  • JavaScript
svelte
ehsan2003
ehsan2003 commented Feb 7, 2022

Describe the problem

the low level documentation (https://svelte.dev/docs) is not really easy to use ( and incomplete in some cases)
I think if the runtime function contain JSDOC it will help a lot and give the developers an easier way to discover api documentation

additionally it is possible to replace the https://svelte.dev/docs with the generated docs ( with some thing like https://ty

feature request good first issue docs
Joe-Edwards
Joe-Edwards commented Apr 7, 2022

Preliminary Checks

Description

type: bug help wanted good first issue topic: source-plugins
dtzxporter
dtzxporter commented Oct 7, 2021

Marked version:
3.x.x

Describe the bug
A clear and concise description of what the bug is.

Right now, import {use} from "markedjs" does not work, this worked in 2.x.x.

To Reproduce
Steps to reproduce the behavior:

Install & import it.
The DefinitelyTyped definitions also mark this incorrectly as being supported still.

A workaround is importing one of the structur

good first issue category: ESM
mischnic
mischnic commented Mar 29, 2022

It would be great if you could try to use the same/compatible dependency version across the swc crates, for example:

[[package]]
name = "swc_cached"
version = "0.1.1"
dependencies = [
 ...
 "dashmap 5.2.0",
]

[[package]]
name = "swc_ecma_loader"
version = "0.29.0"
dependencies = [
 ...
 "dashmap 4.0.2",
]

[[package]]
name = "swc_ecma_transforms_react"
version = "0.100
assemblyscript
Nim
dom96
dom96 commented May 10, 2022

I expected ? to not overwrite the query, but to merge. The docs of the proc use the word "concatenate" which implies that this is how the proc should work, but the implementation overwrites the query instead of concatenating.

Example

import uri
let foo = parseUri("https://google.com/?page=10")
echo(foo ? {"test": "42"})

Current Output

https://google.com/?t
RubenRBS
RubenRBS commented Apr 14, 2022

compiler-explorer/compiler-explorer#3515 allowed the site to load even if the long url is not deserializable, but currently the site just silently fails and displays the default config.

It would be great if a notification could be shown to the user with a helpful message when this happens.
The steps needed to implement this feature are:

  1. In the catch added by the lin
good first issue request