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Decorators using lodash functions. View the API docs for more in depth documentation. This library requires Map and WeakMap to be available globally. If Map or WeakMap is not supported in your environment then use a polyfill.
For grunt, you can use grunt-contrib-stylus, and include kouto swiss in your use option for the task. You can also use grunt-ks-stylus, which is a fork of grunt-contrib-stylus, with kouto swiss included.
is a functionally oriented utility library. It is powerful and flexible. Almost all of its functions are curried. It is written in, and is the recommended base library for, LiveScript. See the prelude.ls site for examples, a reference, and more.
Please Note: Due to the very limited scope of this module, I do not anticipate needing to make very many changes to it. Expect long stretches of zero updates—that does not mean that the module is outdated. This simple module helps you access your application's root path from anywhere in the application without resorting to relative paths like require("../../path").
The primary goal of this library is to provide a set of proven Utility Types (inspired by Set Theory and functional languages) that should complement existing TypeScript Mapped Types. The secondary goal is to provide a compatibility layer with Flow's Utility Types. Flow and TypeScript have a lot in common. By using this library TypeScript Developers will become more familiar with differences to "Flow" and extend their static-typing toolbelt. Moreover it can help to migrate between "Flow" and "TypeScript" projects much easier.