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Subject [GitHub] [thrift] emmenlau opened a new pull request #2115: Rework the consistency between NodeJS and Javascript
Date Fri, 24 Apr 2020 09:12:17 GMT

emmenlau opened a new pull request #2115:

   The Thrift implementations for NodeJS and Javascript seem to have come from the same origins,
and the code shares a strong resemblance. However it seems the implementations have deviated
over time. The differences I could identify in this PR are mostly harmless minor syntax differences.
I've also identified a number of issues where exports have been inconsistent. So the overall
user experience and the maintainability should be significantly improved by this PR.
   But in any case, it may be good if someone reviews this carefully with a second pair of
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ticket?  (not required for trivial changes)
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describe my issue"?
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   - [x] Did you do your best to avoid breaking changes?  If one was needed, did you label
the Jira ticket with "Breaking-Change"?
   - [x] If your change does not involve any code, add ` [skip ci]` at the end of your pull
request to free up build resources.

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