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  1. Jun 2021
    1. Note that you could skip the https:// if you want a shorter command and you’re feeling adventurous with your HTTP MITM concerns, plus you can use the direct GitHub link as well if you don’t trust my redirect pointing there.
    1. You can run all the "test" scripts at once by adding the --workspaces (plural) to your npm run command: # Run "test" script on all packages npm run test --workspaces # Tip - this also works: npm run test -ws
    1. Apart from that it’s just more convenient to have all your source files opened in a single IDE instance. You can jump from project to project without switching windows on your desktop.
  2. Mar 2021
  3. Nov 2020
    1. I think it is indeed important that we get this right but I'd prefer to hold off on implementing such a system until we have grown contributors and until the project is successful. I expect that after the initial open source release and before the end of the year we'll want to move pretty quickly on this project and I recommend revisiting the RFC based model early next year. Does that sound like a good plan?
  4. Sep 2020
    1. But when you’re using Svelte within a larger Rails app, you probably already have a CSS system in place and there’s no reason to change that. You can just use the same CSS classes as you do elsewhere in your app, and everything will be fine.
  5. May 2020