Here’s a listing of a few of my side projects.
hereby is a simple task runner, kinda like
make, but much smaller (~500 lines). I created it during the
conversion of TypeScript to modules
so I could better represent the dependency graph of all of our build steps, as
well as eliminate a huge swath of devDependencies.
Go ahead and use it, if you dare; the only user I plan on actually supporting is TypeScript itself, though some daring projects appear to have switched to it.
every-ts is a utility that can build and bisect any version / commit of TypeScript. It’s useful for finding which PR broke (or fixed) something, without figuring out how to build TypeScript.
esbuild-playground is “yet another” playground for esbuild. Like the TypeScript playground, it supports links and auto-compiles as you type. It’s very basic right now, but whenever I get some free time (hah) I’ll expand it.
pyright-action is a GitHub Action for pyright (a type checker for Python), allowing for fast execution through caching, plus PR comments for errors.