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08:30:30  <Domenic>Hmm ecmarkup almost works in the browser but it appears grammarkdown does not as it require.resolve and fs.readFileSyncs some grammar files
08:31:16  <ljharb>are they json?
08:31:28  <ljharb>if so you could require() them, and it'd work
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08:32:25  <Domenic>No they are grammars
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08:36:58  <Domenic>https://github.com/rbuckton/grammarkdown/issues/28 /cc bterlson. Any fix for this would help speed up ecmarkup, eventually :)
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11:52:48  <ondras>is it necessary to call Atomics.wake() after a value that is waited for gets changed?
11:53:41  <ondras>if yes, why is the value change not sufficient for waking? if not, why does the wake() function exist?
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