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I have complained in the past about

2022-09-24 00:55:03.300363+02 by Dan Lyke 3 comments

I have complained in the past about Perl's TIMTOWTDI, but as I try to figure out how best to set up a TypeScript or JavaScript project, I long for Perl's clarity and simplicity...

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#Comment Re: I have complained in the past about made: 2022-09-24 01:17:12.973995+02 by: John Anderson

Does `npm init -y` not work for you?

#Comment Re: I have complained in the past about made: 2022-09-24 11:20:38.227503+02 by: spc476


#Comment Re: I have complained in the past about made: 2022-09-26 20:38:16.333459+02 by: Dan Lyke

npm init -y gives me a directory with a few things in it, but I see about 3 different ways to structure JavaScript modules, several more ways to structure where libraries vs scripts go, and some way larger permutation of that space as soon as TypeScript is added to the mix.

(This is all additionally confounded by Firebase functions...)

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