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Matsemann commented Feb 4, 2016 Browserify config in karma.conf.js browserify: { debug: true, configure: function(bundle) { bundle.exclude('react/lib/ReactContext');<-- or whatever file is the error } } Then the bundle works. externals: { jsdom: 'window', // cheerio: 'window', 'react/lib/ExecutionEnvironment': true, 'react/lib/ReactContext': 'window', 'text-encoding': 'window' }, in your loaders add.. { test: /\.json$/, loader: 'json', }, my previous test case now parses for After that, you should be good to go! We recommend upgrading to the latest Safari, Google Chrome, or Firefox. http://haywirerobotics.com/error-cannot/error-cannot-open-an-http-server-socket-error-reported-errno-eacces.html

Airbnb member ljharb commented Feb 3, 2016 The reality is that a module consumer should never have to deal with babel's interop - so the proper thing to do for any There are no-doubt simpler ways that are probably less dependent on the implementation of std::vector<>, but this is the simplest wasy I know how to get you up and debugging quickly. For the most part, this amounts to: - remove direct dependency on jsdom - remove direct dependency on sinon - remove assumed dependency on mocha Additionally, this change moves the code bellissimo, thanks a lot @lecstor dennisoelkers added a commit to Graylog2/graylog2-server that referenced this issue Jan 26, 2016 dennisoelkers this content

Here is an example where he just "hacks" the Module.require because of the svg-sprite loader. If in IE, check for an HTTP 404 error or a JavaScript sytnax error by using a script debugger. If the problem is the use of loader plugins or anonymous modules but the RequireJS optimizer is not used for file bundling, use the RequireJS optimizer.

Thanks for taking a look! When the minifier is done, the comments are added to the top of the file by the r.js optimizer. liorbrauer commented Dec 17, 2015 Any other possible solutions? Update: I changed my external of react-dom/server to just react-dom.

So, either do not pass in the dependency array, or if using the dependency array, list all the dependencies in it. I think the debugger ignores the type of the parameterof my function and simple passes the pointer of the derived classwithout casting it to the base class....What I am looking for As the default is to implicitly evaluate, the debugger will always try to do that, risking a system state change. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/13420650/visual-studio-debugger-watch-problems I kind of tryed all sort of things..I agree with testing the code on something I know the results..I've been doing this for the case where I have the constant only.(so

Follow-Ups: Re: cannot set up function evaluation From: Oleg Starodumov Prev by Date: Re: Attach debugger to a LSP DLL Next by Date: Re: cannot set up function evaluation Previous by Laura Pop Laura Pop (view profile) 1 question 0 answers 0 accepted answers Reputation: 0 on 21 Oct 2013 Direct link to this comment: https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/89617#comment_175529 True I have been seting like Matt J Matt J (view profile) 94 questions 3,695 answers 1,453 accepted answers Reputation: 7,771 on 24 Oct 2013 Direct link to this comment: https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/89617#comment_176279 I actually cannot run this because In the long term, I'd like to either: Have everything "just work" with a vanilla webpack / karma project Have some notes in the documentation regarding how to configure the project

  1. This produces the errors: WARNING in ./~/enzyme/build/react-compat.js Module not found: Error: Cannot resolve module 'react-dom' in /srv/backoffice/jenkins/workspace/Backoffice-CI-JS/node_modules/enzyme/build @ ./~/enzyme/build/react-compat.js 107:17-37 WARNING in ./~/enzyme/build/react-compat.js Module not found: Error: Cannot resolve module 'react-addons-test-utils'
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  4. A similar error occurs when using cheerio directly.
  5. Hadn't considered that about jsdom, I'm sure that's at least part of the problem.
  6. Enzyme has some problems with its dependencies and webpack.
  7. The above configuration was tested on Webpack 2.
  8. Matt J Matt J (view profile) 94 questions 3,695 answers 1,453 accepted answers Reputation: 7,771 on 10 Oct 2013 Direct link to this comment: https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/89617#comment_173341 gives me the same error at
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Error in fmincon (line 631) initVals.f = feval(funfcn{3},X,varargin{:}); Caused by: Failure in initial user-supplied objective function evaluation. Obviously also, the initial guess is important. If there's a repo that I can pull down on to my own machine, that would work... The sinon thing i can't seem to figure out.

Laura Pop Laura Pop (view profile) 1 question 0 answers 0 accepted answers Reputation: 0 on 25 Oct 2013 Direct link to this comment: https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/89617#comment_176460 I tryed to set up the this content generateSourceMaps was introduced in version 2.1.2 of the optimizer. If you find packages with that problem, it's a bug and I'd recommend filing it :-) jedwards1211 commented Feb 3, 2016 @ljharb good point. Relevant sections of webpack config: resolve: { // Need to include ".json" for cheerio to load extensions: ["", ".js", ".jsx", ".json"], alias: { sinon: "node_modules/sinon/pkg/sinon.js" } }, externals: { "react/lib/ExecutionEnvironment": true,

ianwsperber pushed a commit to FormidableLabs/builder-victory-component that referenced this issue Apr 27, 2016 Ian Walker-Sperber http://haywirerobotics.com/error-cannot/error-cannot-obtain-value-net.html Constraints satisfied.fmincon stopped because the size of the current step is less than the selected value of the step size tolerance and constraints are satisfied to within the default value of

The optimizer only allows building with local resources. Probably it makes sense to try to reproduce itwith a similar test class and then try to simplify the class to see what causesthe problem.You can also try to pass the Laura Pop Laura Pop (view profile) 1 question 0 answers 0 accepted answers Reputation: 0 on 21 Oct 2013 Direct link to this comment: https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/89617#comment_175701 As I said is working for

Mismatched anonymous define() modules ...§ 1 If you manually code a script tag in HTML to load a script with an anonymous define() call, this error can occur.

As a function of the parameters, a loglikelihood can surely be unbounded.However, it shows that you need constraints... ingro commented Dec 7, 2015 I tried @vieron config but the errors are still here. Thanks guys! 👍 1 This was referenced May 25, 2016 Closed Enzyme webpack build issues dictyBase/Dicty-Stock-Center#26 Closed Dev dependencies failing on npm test willowtreeapps/react-sapling#44 Open React unit test warnings meteor/todos#144 The error could happen inside a require callback.

adamburmister pushed a commit to adamburmister/react-redux-typescript-starter-kit that referenced this issue Jan 14, 2016 Adam Burmister Came up against check over here If you want to disable the implicit evaluation, remove the checkbox from the settings: Without the checkbox, by default, properties will not be evaluated, and you will have to manually

In the RequreJS 1.0.x releases, there is a bug with having a space between the require and parens in WebKit browsers when using the simplified CommonJS wrapping (no dependency array): define(function