I think for now my implementation doesn't work and I'll need to hack with someone on it. I cloned repo and installed node modules Run local-web-service npm start I open page, and i have error jspdf.min.js:273 Uncaught TypeError: Cannot read property 'config' of undefined I want use 'addHTML' It worked for me. I also found it easier to remove npm and bower commands from build, and run these manually, just once, myself. this content
console.log data.length 6. 7. If I remove the use of the text plugin from the file then optimization runs fine: [artifact:mvn] [INFO] --- requirejs-maven-plugin:1.1.0:optimize (default) @ require-optimization-dependencies --- [artifact:mvn] Tracing dependencies for: userauth/main [artifact:mvn] Tracing Or should I change my stream#write calls with socket.io-stream to pass strings and then finagle them a bit on the server after that. Contact GitHub API Training Shop Blog About © 2016 GitHub, Inc.
Personal Open source Business Explore Sign up Sign in Pricing Blog Support Search GitHub This repository Watch 59 Star 1,602 Fork 118 oliver-moran/jimp Code Issues 33 Pull requests 2 Projects Alternating Fibonacci The cost of switching to electric cars? Which is quite out of date by now, but in case it is useful: https://github.com/Kequc/Recorderjs ainsleys commented Aug 8, 2016 Ahh, that's a good approach. Reload to refresh your session.
If so, then I'll do an update to the text plugin with that change. This assumes you have text.js available locally to be read by the optimizer. We have to fix that :( https://nodejs.org/api/buffer.html Kequc commented Apr 20, 2015 I wonder if a better solution would be to use socket.io without socket.io-stream and just send my array buffers Not the answer you're looking for?
Skip to content Ignore Learn more Please note that GitHub no longer supports old versions of Firefox. I think I'm compiling properly from console. Then on the server I simply put it together using stream.write. bbottema commented Feb 8, 2016 Still happens with the minified version.
A side note is that I'm also using the require-css plugin which is also missing a null check. Terms Privacy Security Status Help You can't perform that action at this time. chrisse27 commented Nov 9, 2015 +1 for merging @psergei PR. https://travis-ci.org/gruntjs/grunt-contrib-imagemin If you have any lingering "grunt-contrib-imagemin": "^0.9.2", in your package.json you will need to update it to "grunt-contrib-imagemin": "^1.0.0" in order to get the update. (You probably do, as this
pokaxperia commented Feb 8, 2016 Use the unminified version poznyakovskiy commented Feb 12, 2016 +1 daniel78uk commented Feb 12, 2016 When is this going to be fixed? news How do pilots identify the taxi path to the runway? flieks commented Jul 8, 2015 i also still have this problem martinbeentjes commented Jul 9, 2015 I indeed get the same error.. I'm using a version of this library: https://github.com/chris-rudmin/Recorderjs which encodes my audio into the opus audio codec.
Can I ask what version of browserify do you use? l = myInt16.byteLength 2. The npm package does not contain the unminified file.
All the above proposed fixes didn't work. I've tried load all the dependencies manually but without sucess when I try to save the pdf or load the content inside it Someone is still having the same issue? I thought the topic would have been out of date. Perhaps a paths config was needed for the build config.
Browse other questions tagged google-closure google-closure-library google-closure-templates or ask your own question. franleplant commented Jun 17, 2015 big blocker for me. Kequc commented Apr 23, 2015 # @bStream = ss.createStream() _onAudio: (e) => # Audio process data = e.inputBuffer.getChannelData 0 @bStream.write @_convertInt16toBuffer @_convertFloat32ToInt16 data _convertFloat32ToInt16: (buffer) => # Convert buffer to 16 bit check my blog oaosman84 commented Nov 8, 2015 How have you worked around it?
Already have an account? Oh, as a matter of fact they are the same version too so I guess the problem is with the result of installation process for grunt-contrib-imagemin. Is there some other config that can tell the build to ignore this dependency? Sign in to comment Contact GitHub API Training Shop Blog About © 2016 GitHub, Inc.
They cannot get all jumbled up? I hope imagemin 3.2.1 fixes this fine. TheSharpieOne commented Jun 5, 2015 I ran into the same thing. Any help would be very much appreciated requirejs member jrburke commented Apr 21, 2013 @byron633 if you put an if (line !== null) around the .append() call on this line: https://github.com/requirejs/text/blob/master/text.js#L316
Kequc commented Apr 23, 2015 [email protected] /usr/local/lib/node_modules/browserify socket.io-stream owner nkzawa commented Apr 23, 2015 It looks ok.
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