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`includeError` displaying errors as `"[Array]"`

See original GitHub issue

I’m having an issue where the errors are shown as "[Array]", is there a way to map this appropriately? I had to add my own breadcrumb with errorLink. Thank you in advance, great package so far!

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  • State:closed
  • Created 3 years ago
  • Comments:10 (2 by maintainers)

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spawniacommented, Feb 22, 2021

@alesso-x you have some valid points, but could you open discrete issues? I think that would be more productive than us discussing in this closed issue 😉

spawniacommented, Feb 16, 2021

The operation name and type indicate this is definitely version 3. I will begin working on a PR to restore nice serialization of errors right now.

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