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So how's everyone else's night going 🙄

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    Great! I had a good night sleep!
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    I see a Passed! Don't touch it! 😛
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    @corjaantje If only I could. It's only passing because I finally managed to hack the static directory into the non existent public directory that gitlab requires it to be in. It doesn't render right though because the "static" copy sapper exports still requires the server it has. At least I'm assuming that, I just open the index file of it with the browser it does the same thing, while npx serve sapper/export is just the same as if i was running the dev and production builds

    And I can't just simply redirect the server to use another directory for it's root because to build the exported copy, sapper first builds the production version then crawls that to export the static copy.
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    Ah yes, that wonderful moment where TeamCity or whatever build system your using mysteriously fails.

    Had that happen last week. TC was working fine, then I submitted a build in the morning, and it broke.

    Kept breaking for a good 2-3 hours too before the cause was determined and fixed. Worst part was, it kept saying "number of tests is less than the required number" when this project has always had unit testing. The error message sent us down the wrong path because the actual problem had nothing to do with unit tests.
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    Better than yours apparently, hope you got it working
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    @Plasticnova hell nah, ive been going in circles ever since I posted this.
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    Good sleep. You had one passed on it.
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    Our master pipeline is like 40 mins so yeah be happy yours is only like 3 minutes :(
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    @ThatPerlDeb ikr? This whole ordeal would probably be trivial to a lot of you, it isn't anything more that a home page a with a few other "apps" I did plugged in as routes.

    At least it will be, there's only one there so far. Figured it was best to stop and see how well this export feature was going to work with the way I had it all laid out. There really aren't even any test for it to pass, it just needs to compile and show up in the right folder
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