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Compilers are software that translate higher-level (more human readable) programming languages to lower-level languages (e.g. machine code). The processor executes machine code, which indicates when binary high and low signals are required in the arithmetic logic unit of the processor. Examples of compiled languages include BASIC, Fortran, C++, C, and Java.

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smeubank commented Jun 21, 2022

Describe the feature you'd like to request

Want to be able to create NextJs v12.x application, instrumented with sentry-javascript v7.x on Vercel. With all the new features of both respectively. Including new features and fixes, listed in both release notes respectively.

Describe the solution you'd like

The with-sentry example application should be default latest version of NextJs

good first issue area: examples

A bundler for javascript and friends. Packs many modules into a few bundled assets. Code Splitting allows for loading parts of the application on demand. Through "loaders", modules can be CommonJs, AMD, ES6 modules, CSS, Images, JSON, Coffeescript, LESS, ... and your custom stuff.

  • Updated Jul 1, 2022
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ehsan2003 commented Feb 7, 2022

Describe the problem

the low level documentation ( is not really easy to use ( and incomplete in some cases)
I think if the runtime function contain JSDOC it will help a lot and give the developers an easier way to discover api documentation

additionally it is possible to replace the with the generated docs ( with some thing like https://ty

feature request good first issue docs
notexactlyawe commented May 29, 2022

Preliminary Checks



type: documentation good first issue status: confirmed topic: remark/mdx
supernes commented May 31, 2022

🐛 bug report

Live reloading on changes and HMR work as expected, until an HTML page includes a "classic" (non-module) script.

🎛 Configuration (.babelrc, package.json, cli command)

"browserslist": "> 0.5%, last 2 versions, not dead",
"devDependencies": {
  "parcel": "^2.5.0",
  "posthtml-expressions": "^1.9.0",
  "posthtml-extend": "^0.6.3",
  "posthtml-include": "^1.7.
dtzxporter commented Oct 7, 2021

Marked version:

Describe the bug
A clear and concise description of what the bug is.

Right now, import {use} from "markedjs" does not work, this worked in 2.x.x.

To Reproduce
Steps to reproduce the behavior:

Install & import it.
The DefinitelyTyped definitions also mark this incorrectly as being supported still.

A workaround is importing one of the structur

good first issue category: ESM
quantimnot commented Jun 25, 2022

I can't find any documentation or thorough tests of the path substitution performed by compiler/options/pathSubs.

From looking at the code, these are the substitutions:

  • $nim: global nim prefix directory path
  • $lib: stdlib directory path
  • $home: user's home directory path
  • $config: I think this is the directory path to the either the nimscript calling
Snowapril commented Apr 14, 2022


Many existing test cases check that pickle.dumps and pickle.loads of a given type return the exact same value. Almost failed pickle test in RustPython, lack __reduce__ method.

  • arrayiterator.__reduce__ (test_array::test_iterator_pickle)
  • filter.__reduce__ (test_builtin::test_filter_pickle) — #3732
  • map.__reduce__ (test_builtin::test_map_pickle) — #3734
loic-joly-sonarsource commented Mar 15, 2022

Is your feature request related to a problem? Please describe

Very often, with working with conformance view, I work with different versions of the same compiler, all options are the same. Or I work with different C++ standards, with the same compiler and the same options (exception for this one). Or...

Right now, to add a new compiler in the conformance view, I have to start from an empty

ui good first issue request
brunojacobs commented Jun 14, 2022
  • I have tried using the latest released version of Numba (most recent is
    visible in the change log (
  • I have included a self contained code sample to reproduce the problem.
    i.e. it's possible to run as 'python'.

I think I have discovered a very minor bug - or rather inconsistency with numpy - in Numba's implementation

good first issue bug - failure to compile