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Compilers are software that translate higher-level (more human readable) programming languages to lower-level languages (e.g. machine code). The processor executes machine code, which indicates when binary high and low signals are required in the arithmetic logic unit of the processor. Examples of compiled languages include BASIC, Fortran, C++, C, and Java.

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m1heng commented Nov 28, 2021

What version of Next.js are you using?


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next dev

Describe the Bug

next > styled-jsx: @babel/plugin-syntax-jsx@7.14.5 requires a peer of @babel/core@^7.0.0-0 but none was installed.

package `next

A bundler for javascript and friends. Packs many modules into a few bundled assets. Code Splitting allows for loading parts of the application on demand. Through "loaders", modules can be CommonJs, AMD, ES6 modules, CSS, Images, JSON, Coffeescript, LESS, ... and your custom stuff.

  • Updated Dec 1, 2021
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joselcvarela commented Nov 22, 2021

Preliminary Checks



pmcelhaney commented Sep 23, 2021


  • Would you like to work on a fix?

How are you using Babel?

Other (Next.js, Gatsby, vue-cli, ...)

Input code

This lines from node_modules/@babel/runtime/helpers/esm/possibleConstructorReturn.js

import _typeof from "@babel/runtime/helpers/typeof";
import assertThisInitialized from "./assertThisInitialized.js";

should be

import _typeof from "./
dtzxporter commented Oct 7, 2021

Marked version:

Describe the bug
A clear and concise description of what the bug is.

Right now, import {use} from "markedjs" does not work, this worked in 2.x.x.

To Reproduce
Steps to reproduce the behavior:

Install & import it.
The DefinitelyTyped definitions also mark this incorrectly as being supported still.

A workaround is importing one of the structur

youknowone commented Nov 28, 2021

Changed in version 3.9: All hashlib constructors take a keyword-only argument usedforsecurity with default value True. A false value allows the use of insecure and blocked hashing algorithms in restricted environments. False indicates that the hashing algorithm is not used in a security context, e.g. as a non-cryptographic one-way compression fun

fstirlitz commented Nov 17, 2021

Describe the bug

Attempting to view the documentation for an ARM64 instruction results in an unhelpful error message: ‘There was an error fetching the documentation for this opcode ([object Object]).’

Steps to reproduce

  1. Visit
  2. Select an ARM64 compiler
  3. Enter some code
  4. In the assembly pane, click on a mnemonic and press Ctrl+F8.

Expected behavior

  • Document
rhjmoore commented Sep 1, 2021

I see comments suggesting adding this to understand how loops are being handled by numba, and in the their own FAQ (

from llvmlite import binding as llvm

You would then create your njit function and run it, and I believe the idea is that it prints debug information about whether