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17:41 <incomprehensibly> ec: lmao at OSA objects
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23:34 <ec> < ljharb> ec: yes, you can't do any of node's network stuff in the browser
23:34 <ec> < ljharb> ec: so for jxa, you won't be able to bundle up anything that's network or filesystem-related
23:34 <ec> errrr but
23:36 <ec> https://github.com/request/request/issues/455
23:37 <ec> it *should* be supported
23:37 <ec> and I figured part of it out; I was using `--bare`, which somehow neglected the shims or something? idk?
23:37 <ec> now currently struggling with the supposed “synchronous-only” nature of JXA
23:38 <ec> which is totally bullshit lol, there's no such thing as something that *can* only be synchronous
23:38 <ec> at least in a language with first-class functions, anyway
23:39 <ec> so I'm building a shim for setInterval and friends using the NSRunLoop of the `osascript`'s JSC thread ... somebody else has already done some of the work, and I'm doing a bunch of research on the Foundation run loop systems
23:39 <ec> I v. doubt I'll be able to achieve spec-compliance, but I betcha i can get request/request working at least????