Not easy to spot

  • 23
    I wish the diff viewers highlight the diff at character-level (like by doing a bold of the diff)
  • 21
    @asgs git diff --color-words=.
  • 34
    That's what you get when you use a text editor and not an IDE. :P
  • 7
    @ColdFore by "that" you mean total freedom to learn and customize actual commands? strongly agree!
  • 18
    That's why I always prefer a compiled language.
  • 5

    Happens way too often to me too, I once spent 2 days on an error because I wrote success as succes :/
  • 15
    Who would win?

    A developer with more than 7 years of experience


    One tiny boi
  • 8
    Linters gonna lint, lint, lint...
  • 0
    That's some of the things I miss after moving from WebStorm to VSCode - regardless of whether it's a valid symbol or whatever, it would highlight typos in camel case words (and while "mount" by itself most probably would pass, "un" would cause an error).
  • 4
    What's up with the broken underline?
  • 2
    @7400 Now it bothers me as well, thanks :/
  • 6
    Wouldn’t have happened if they had used typescript
  • 1
    Should have used typescript or at least jshint
  • 1
    That's what happens when you use vim
  • 1
    These 2 hours pay for the license of Storm.
  • 0
    I'm her for you brother... Try setting up prettier with react it will save you so much time.
  • 3
    🤣🤣 fuck react.
  • 0
    I got one word for you man, ESLint!
  • 0
    @Kudos ESLint. Prettier just fixed it for you so you never learn. ESLint shows it to you so you know not to make that mistake again
  • 1
    @asgs Beyond Compare.... Best money I've spent in long while; bought the mac/linux/windows license. Has paid for itself 20x over.
  • 0
    This is why I despise dynamic languages
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