You can try creating that file manually as they did in that PR #104
And if that solves the issue open a PR forreact-datetime-picker
actually this fix i also experimented
but no luck :(
so for the time being using a dummy declaration
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alastairp: Going to close all my MeB tabs for a couple of hours now until the meeting. Might be better if you send me an e-mail if you have questions.
Freso: OK, I'll prepare some notes or we can talk tomorrow. I guess that means that none of the botbot items from the docsprint were on your radar for last week?
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monkey: while updating snapshots getting this error ( TS2307: Cannot find module 'react-datetime-picker/dist/entry.nostyle' or its corresponding type declarations. import DateTimePicker from "react-datetime-picker/dist/entry.nostyle";
(and apparently also Community Manager Appreciation Day)
I haven’t received any mailed in reviews, so…
People up: reosarevok, monkey, mayhem, yvanzo, akshaaatt, atj, lucifer, zas, alastairp, bitmap, vibhoo_24, jasje, Pratha-Fish, riksucks, CatQuest, jivte, yellowhatpro, Freso – anyone else who wish to give review, please let me know ASAP.
dun wanna measure my feet :(
alastairp (yvanzo): basically I'm waiting for yvanzo to decide what's best for the field names and then either I or he can merge
Last week I mostly spent time on documentation (as one would hope)
you know what they say. big feet...
reosarevok slaps alastairp with a large arctic char
wtf is a char?
is that a fish?
aerozol throws a pompano
wtf guys XD
I also worked quite a bit on testing (and somewhat improving) the relationship editor (the version on test.mb looks really nice IMO, thanks bitmap and aerozol)
And lately I've been looking into a decent set of interactive API docs using Swagger (thanks alastairp for starting the work and being a big help with the whole thing)
I'm not even done with artist, so this is going to take quite a while, and I'm afraid it's not going to be very easy to automate it from the code (it might be easier to actually generate bits of the code using the OpenAPI spec, if anything)
But it feels a lot more useful to me than the current wiki mess I spent a lot of time trying to get to a decent level without even getting there (all I can say is they suck less than they used to) so I'm happy with the progress
Oh, and I helped CatQuest a bit with merging a weird catch-all instrument which wasn't really working out
Speaking of, CatQuest, go? :)
reosarevok: So this is a system that would replace the wiki?
Sorry can talk after :)
aerozol: specifically for API docs, yes
wait for documentaiton or everything?
:( I liek the wiki
Last week I looked through my backlog and cleaned it up
WE did some research and put in a merge for an old messed up catch-all instrument
I've also added heaps of aliases on instruments and have also added an instrument - this week I will be adding more bagpipes.