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require.js dependency analysis tool


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Use r.js to optimize the code. During build process it will list files that were included while building.

If you want to do more dependency graph analysis the semi-private onResourceLoad API may be helpful.

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You can't use the node.js net module on the client side. Browsers don't allow you to access plain TCP sockets. That would enable you to circumvent many of their security features, so it simply is not going to happen.

You can implement realtime communication with your own server with web sockets or a wrapper suck as socket.io, but that obviously doesn't let you talk in arbitrary protocols.

I've done a test here and was able to find a solution. What you have is equivalent to this JavaScript:

define(function (require) {

This is enough to be able to use the (fake) synchronous form of require. However, RequireJS will give you the error you got when you try to use a synchronous require and you have circular dependencies. What you need is this:

define(function (require, exports, module) {

This is so that your module uses exports to export its values and consequently RequireJS has an object that can be updated when the module has finished initialized.

require-dev is not the place to develop dependencies. It is meant for software that is used only in development, like PHPUnit, Mockery etc., or for dependencies that are useful by themselves, but in this case only used for development, like the client library for the service a software package is about (to make some real requests in a test scenario).

So your library shouldn't have been "require-dev" from the beginning.

Another thing is: Composer will deduct the version if use appropriate branches and tags, i.e. a branch named "1.0.x" in your repository will be detected as being the development branch for all 1.0 versions, and any requirements for such versions could possibly be satisfied by this branch - provided you allow for development versions either by setting "minimum-stability": "dev" (which would allow development versions for ALL software - rather unintended), or when you require version "1.0.0@dev" for your software.

The one thing that might currently break your composer setup is that you mention a version in the librarys composer.json explicitly, and this is a development version. Have you removed that version indicator? You should remove it, because life is easier if Composer can detect the versions from the tags in a repository, not by having them explicitly mentioned in composer.json.

Finally please make sure that when using Git you tag the commit with appropriate version. The required version should correspond to the git tagged version.

You could customize your GCC with MELT for that purpose.

The justcountipa pass in the xtramelt-ana-simple.melt file is doing something similar (count the Gimple instructions in functions)

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