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Naugher: I must be using wrong search keywords, because I cannot find answer to this question

Shubeck: Http://stackoverflow.com/questions/32497467/how-to-do***ent-a-parameter-that-accepts-a-predefined-set-of-values

Klaassen: It is supposed to be enum, but enum is jsdoc seem to describe something completely else

Snelson: Hey, Is there any database software written in javascript?

Riska: User121212: you mean a database written in javascript?

Schimming: Zomg: what unit test framework do you use?

Tovmasyan: Someone use VS 2015, react and es6 ?

Riska: Gajus: are you actually generating do***entation from this?

Goodrow: What’s the “recommended” javascript editor nowadays .? I used to use TinyMCE in the past but is it still the “best” .?

Demko: Zomg: nop, just looking for the convention

Riska: It would be the enumeration object containing the allowed values

Riska: Ie. SomeEnum = { VALUE_FOO: ‘foo’, VALUE_BAR: ‘bar’ } or something along those lines

Riska: This explains the conventions jsdoc itself understands http://usejsdoc.org/tags-type.html

Riska: I don’t think jsdoc really supports declaring enums very easily

Riska: Personally I just use the style I mentioned, as most people should understand what it means if they’re familiar with jsdoc style syntax :

Efird: What would you choose between Aloha Editor, CKEditor, and TinyMCE ?

Riska: Mage_: would probably depend on the amount of features needed

Riska: CKEditor has a lot I think, but obviously it’s also more complex

Bad: Is CKEditor better than TinyMCE ?

Riska: Again, it depends on if you need features that are in one but not in the other

Riska: They’ve both been used in a lot of projects, so they are both good for their purpose

Riska: So it’s just a matter of the features and what your own project needs

Plewa: Zomg: https://github.com/jsdoc3/jsdoc/issues/1065

Snair: Just open a thread to discuss the issue

Vendig: Anyone here using travis for git push validation?

Chesbrough: Xnil: could i ask you about syntax question for the .travix.yml?

Countee: I’m trying to validate python, flask, and jquery. Wondering if my config is correct – https://github.com/jeff1evesque/machine-learning/blob/abf178af5d2ae8a4b0c4ffb59aa2fb378092d00e/.travis.yml

Perro: It keeps erroring saying: “The command “pip install –upgrade pip” failed and exited with 2 during .”

Albro: Is there an ES6 feature to avoid the for var i=0, . { functionel { . }i ?

Gimm: If i remove “pip install –upgrade pip”, then it errors with “The command “pip install -q Flask==$FLASK” failed and exited with 1 during .”

Gershkovich: Yes, there’s even an es5 feature for that mage_

Gershkovich: Such as https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/JavaScript/Reference/Global_Objects/Array/forEach

Gershkovich: Or map or reduce or filter etc

Gershkovich: Unless i misundestood what you were asking for, which is entirely possible

Quitugua: Does it work in ie9 ?

Devazier: Jeffreylevesque: bin/pip install –upgrade pip maybe?

Meehleder: Hey, Is there any database software written in javascript?

Duet: Hey, Is there any database software written in javascript?

Gershkovich: Unless in strict mode iirc

Menck: Xnil if i remove the upgrade pip line from my travis, i get an error on the next line regarding “pip install -q Flask==$FLASK”

Schulenburg: Zomg: yes, like redis which is written in c

Batistich: I get: The command “pip install -q Flask==$FLASK” failed and exited with 1 during .

Gershkovich: 58000 people have seen this article and some of them probably took it’s advice https://coderwall.com/p/kvzbpa/don-t-use-array-foreach-use-for-instead :