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Dependency hell with #npm. I'm reviving an old project built with a #yeoman #jekyllrb generator three years ago. Finally got it to build, and then #Github alerted me to several critically vulnerable packages (thanks!). They are deep in the chain, many are deprecated entirely; `npm audit fix` doesn't work. Luckily, the app is a simple static site and my source is still compatible w/ Jekyll's API, so I can start from scratch and drop in my markup/styles/script.
12M ago
Wed May 30 2018
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Dude, this is what I’m going through now with the WIWO mobile apps... Same thing except I’m using Yarn for dependency management. I’m also starting from “scratch” and porting over my original src folder slowly. It’s working but tedious as hell... 🙄 #devlife
12M ago
Wed May 30 2018
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Word! I just found out that even the latest stable version of gulp has a high-risk vulnerability dependency. Spent almost an hour upgrading a gulp file to work with gulp@next, but the watch/serve tasks just exit without watching or serving. Just gonna stick with gulp 3 for now, not worth it.
12M ago
Wed May 30 2018