When I passed NaN and an object with the "valueOf" attribute value as a callable function to the first and second parameters of Math.max, chakra did not execute this function. According to the ES10 standard, the ToNumber operation is performed on each parameter of Math.max, and the "valueOf" attribute value function of the second parameter will be executed.
Using the following YAML should output warnings per offending spec instead of ignoring them silently.
WARN Options under "spec.ignite" for "manager-%d" are ignored when using the "docker" backend
WARN Options under "spec.ignite" for "worker-%d" are ignored when using the "docker" backend
INFO Docker Image: quay.io/footloose/ubuntu18.04 prese
First, thanks for the guide, I enjoyed it 😃 I am wondering if there are test-images or something that extensively test if things are implemented correctly? The code I came up with does not match your example code exactly and I'd like to see if would make a difference in a hypothetical "compliance test suite".