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Need help on fork setup

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Issue Description


I do not have experience in typescript but wanted to fork the repo and try to understand the code in order to maybe help in the future.

So I read the, and went to the part Local setup after checking I was respecting the dependencies.

I forked and cloned my repo.

I went in the cloned folder and did yarn, I then had issues with yarn start. After investigating, it seems like it was needed for me to :

npm install --global webpack npm install --global tsc-watch npm install -g typescript

In order to make it work until the compilation part. Maybe the documentation is not up to date, or you might have not met these issues as you might already was having theses packages installed.

Then other issues appeared with compilation. I had 284 errors during compilation.

It was suggested to be to install packages so I did :

npm install @types/request-promise-native npm install @types/lodash npm i @types/mocha

The number of errors is now of 130. Here is a screenshot of some of the errors, if you prefer a text version please tell me :


I now wonder if I did all the steps well or if I did something wrong. Errors suggest that I might be lacking a lot of dependencies which seems strange to me as I am pretty sure that you have setup an automatic install for them.

Do you have any hint to what I should do ?

Thanks for your support. Luc.

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 4 years ago
  • Comments:5 (3 by maintainers)

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Gregoorcommented, Nov 13, 2018


I’ve used Ubuntu 18.04. Can you also check your node and yarn version?

Oh and that har-validator-error looks familiar, our CI got that since yesterday as well. I thought it was just an NPM registry problem, but I’ll investigate that now. I just pushed a commit that should fix the har-validator issue.

Gregoorcommented, Jan 30, 2019

Did it work out? Should I reopen this issue?

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