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Add Aurelia #50
On Thu, Sep 28, 2017, 6:12 AM Josh Graham ***@***.***> wrote: I've been successfully using Aurelia <http://aurelia.io/> with custom elements for some time now. I would like to attempt a PR for adding Aurelia. Would that be something that is wanted? — You are receiving this because you are subscribed to this thread. Reply to this email directly, view it on GitHub <#50>, or mute the thread <https://github.com/notifications/unsubscribe-auth/ABBFDa1bKwCuh1CKpNFDJ5MHuxzMz1xqks5sm5sogaJpZM4PnPj7> .
@enrico-padovani I worked on it but was having trouble getting the Aurelia environment booted up correctly in the way that this project was wanting. I'll try to dig into my work tonight or tomorrow and remember what was causing me problems. I'll also push what I have to a public repository in case we want to collaborate.
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Jan 4, 2018
I've noticed that package.json uses specific OS commands on build in order to create directory and copy files and I'm on Wondows 10. So I've installed those npm packages in order to get it work using node: cpr, mkdirp.
MODIFIED (does not pick up $DIST as variable and it creates a folder called $DIST under libraries/vue)
QUICK FIX (I've ended up repeating the path)
With those fixes in every package.json I've got tests runinng (and writing results) for angualar, dojo2, hyperhtml, vue but I get errors from the others (test fails of course but got npm errors).
For example for Polymer:
HeadlessChrome 0.0.0 (Windows 10 0.0.0): Executed 15 of 15 (3 FAILED) (0.177 secs / 0.017 secs)
FirefoxHeadless: Executed 15 of 15 (3 FAILED) (0.198 secs / 0.033 secs)
TOTAL: 6 FAILED, 24 SUCCESS
when it ends throws an error (please see the attached file)
I've already spent a couple of hours on this, so I'd glad if someone can point me in the right direction.
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Jan 5, 2018
@enrico-padovani I tried running from Windows and hit the same issues you were. If Windows support is needed, I suggest we log a separate bug.
Update on my progress: I've added code trying to get an Aurelia component booted up in the test environment but something in