benwilson512 in my application start I was referencing the `supervisor(Phoenix.PubSub.PG2, [Boa.PubSub, ])` line there (Boa is my application name) -- the examples usually say to do "MyApp.PubSub", but I'm looking at all the PubSub modules out there and I'm not entirely sure if I'm supposed to actually create one, or let it use a default one? If I let it use a default module do I still reference it with my MyApp.PubSu
Hey, all. Does anyone here know of a good way to defer the compilation of a module?
for what reason?
I'm testing that a module raises on compilation when it's called with invalid an configuration
you could manually trigger the compiler in your test suite
that sounds promising. What should I call to accomplish that?
Interesting. Thanks for sharing this
What if I'm defining the module inside of the test? Since there won't be a path to this file, is there any recourse here? Or is my best option to move that portion to a separate file and use this API.
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anyone saw error like :unicode_util.lowercase/1 is undefined in HTTPoision?