Nothing like a good ol' polling hack to work around the issue.
...this is the kind of stuff that I'm very wary of when it comes to any kind of reactive framework (even @email@example.com): debugging this stuff requires *a lot* of knowledge about lifecycles and events and whatnot. Learning curve looks gentle enough, then it steeps up to brain damage.
- Linking the CSS in the <svelte:head> is async and leads to race conditions
- Doing an import of the CSS requires that the consumer uses some rollup-plugin-css stuff
- Embedding the Leaflet CSS in the component might not be doable and requires an extra build step
No srsly why. This is triggering one of those bugs from hell where the horizontal offset of a L.Popup depends on the offsetWidth of a detached DOM element before the @firstname.lastname@example.org CSS is loaded async'ly.
Why am I doing this. What am I doing. https://gitlab.com/IvanSanchez/svelte-leaflet @email@example.com @firstname.lastname@example.org
Me he visto un playthrough the #tLoU2, así que voy a dar mi HOPINIÓN. Es la peli La La Land (2016) pero con zombies: sobresaturación de trama, drama y recursos narrativos. Agrada a la crítica pero abruma a quien no se haya doctorado en Bellas Artes. Fin de la HOPINIÓN.
@RealIvanSanchez@twitter.com Gosh, I meant to quote this. https://www.twitter.com/malaskumar/status/1275486455930982400
I'm conflicted. On one hand I don't really like @GitHub@twitter.com because ICE and MSFT, but OTOH @email@example.com does know about her stuff. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/GitHubSI-COVID19
OK, time to investigate the heck out of @firstname.lastname@example.org's TIFFhax. Hopefully that'll shed some light on why my @email@example.com and geotiffjs were not playing nice last week. https://github.com/emilyselwood/tiffhax
In #FOSS4GUKOnline, Jo Cook reminded everyone that «there's always a person at the other end of the screen». Obviously she forgot about our dear @shapefiIe@twitter.com
This is all your fault, @_VincentS_@twitter.com https://github.com/vercel/serve/pull/609
it's so fucking wild to me that people who don't work for a multinational corporation think that copyright law protects them at all. like no independent artist has the resources to *actually* go after copyright infringement. copyright is mere security theater for "intellectual property," a phrase so cursed i cannot believe we have normalized it
I should have done this months ago TBH :-|
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