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swyx πŸ¦† Oct 9
Replying to @swyx
fyi this is the wrong answer πŸ˜‚
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swyx πŸ¦† Oct 9
Replying to @seradio
Dhall is definitely the fan favorite for write-in answers! check out their episode on if you havent alraeady. (i havent used it yet myself)
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Kent C. Dodds πŸ“‘ Oct 9
Replying to @swyx
code as config enables smart config for toolkits. For example: That adds the react preset if the package dependencies include react or preact :)
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swyx πŸ¦† Oct 9
Replying to @kentcdodds
yes.. i think with local plugins you can have "dumb config" that just points to a code file that does the smart stuff if needed so like instead of making the whole config into code, which can be hard to read/footgunny, its mostly static, with the dynamic parts contained
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Michel Weststrate Oct 9
Replying to @swyx
VSCode json where you can have comments
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swyx πŸ¦† Oct 9
Replying to @mweststrate
oh man i feel like if this were a real thing it would win 80% of the votes
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Scott Tolinski Oct 9
Replying to @swyx
I usually go JSON and then get upset when I can't use comments.
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swyx πŸ¦† Oct 9
Replying to @stolinski
i feel like if we built a TOML parser into javascript (cant use YAML, too dynamic) then we'd all switch to TOML right away. just need a zero-cost TOML.parse and TOML.stringify or something
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πŸ”₯ Josh Branchaud πŸ•ΊπŸΌ Oct 9
Replying to @swyx
JSX
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swyx πŸ¦† Oct 9
Replying to @jbrancha
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