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JavaScript (JS) is a lightweight interpreted or JIT-compiled programming language with first-class functions. While it is most well-known as the scripting language for Web pages, many non-browser environments also use it, such as Node.js, Apache CouchDB and Adobe Acrobat. JavaScript is a prototype-based, multi-paradigm, dynamic language, supporting object-oriented, imperative, and declarative (e.g. functional programming) styles.

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renatobenks commented Apr 11, 2022

Respectively, we have the following opening PRs from dependabot, where we need to test everything out, as such build scripts, and so on, to make sure that nothing is going to be broken if we merge them in main:

  • #1722
  • #1720
  • #1706
  • #1705
  • #1704
  • #1703
  • #1698
  • #1697
  • #1724

Anyone feel free to pick it up and update your progress h

good first issue

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pt-br commented Aug 24, 2019

I've ran into this issue for a couple hours and I ended up editing the dist library adding two new functions called fetchVideo and bufferToVideo that works pretty much like the fetchImage and bufferToImage functions.

I'll leave it here to help somebody else with the same issue and in case someone wants to include it on future releases.


exports.fetchVideo = fetc
enhancement help wanted good first issue
olistic commented May 25, 2018

Currently, when entering epic mode the README is frozen in the last level of the tower. When you're trying to fine-tune the score for a level other than the last one, it would be helpful if we had the README for that level available. The proposal is that when entering epic mode, the README is updated with all levels, one following the other.


# Starbolt - beginner
good first issue pkg: cli type: enhancement status: claimed
foolip commented Nov 20, 2018

System information

  • node version: v10.13.0
  • npm or yarn version: 6.4.1
  • OS/version/architecture: gLinux 64-bit (Google-internal, like Debian Testing)
  • Applicable nodegit version: v0.23.0 built from source has an example of how to use tree.walk(), but it doesn't mention a critical detail, which is mentioned in an example:

catmando commented Jul 21, 2016

execjs uses the process io stream to get the results from running an expression.

But opal detects the presence of the process object, and if it is there uses it rather than console.log for doing output via puts etc.

This means that if you are using execjs + V8 you can't do a puts !!!

I would favor reversing the order of the check so that if console is available, we use that, then if its not

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