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@rem
I'm so sick and fucking tired of examples in documentation that include code, that go to REPLs or codepen or the like and fucking hide magic that make it work. The code is there for me to copy, and when I paste, it simply doesn't work. I'm somehow supposed to guess the "magic"???
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Andrew E Mauney Feb 3
Replying to @rem
Are you trying to tell me that documentation should be... accurate and reasonably complete?!
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@rem Feb 4
Replying to @chrytonbaine
More *unassuming*.
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Alex Hedley Feb 3
Replying to @rem
npm install “the Internet” :p
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Istvan Vincze Feb 4
Replying to @AlexHedley @rem
Might need a --no-audit on that.
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Bruno Winck Feb 3
Replying to @rem
encountered that yesterday. A display block hidden in a classe from a large used to ensure a nice look was critical for a proof of concept supposed to be independent from it. Took a bit of reverse engineering to find it
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Sam Hutchings Feb 3
Replying to @rem
Developers are the worst 😂
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