Birk Skyum
Birk Skyum8mo ago

byonm - force use of Deno

When I use byonm enabled in my deno.json, and say I have a vite project triggered from a package.json with i.e. "deno task dev", it appears to just my code with Node.js underneath. Is there a way to force use of deno througout, somewhat similar to what bun has with --bun flag to overwrite uses of Node.js?
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Deno AI Helper
Deno AI Helper8mo ago
Based on the documentation, Deno does not provide a direct way to force the use of Deno throughout a project in the same way that the --bun flag does in bun. However, there are several ways to ensure that Deno is being used in your project. Firstly, you can use the Deno VSCode extension which will prompt you to enable it in a workspace if deno.json or deno.jsonc files are discovered. This will ensure that Deno is being used in your VSCode workspace. Secondly, you can enable Deno in specific parts of your workspace using the Deno: Enable Paths or "deno.enablePaths" settings. This allows you to specify which parts of your project should be Deno enabled. Lastly, you can use the deno task command to run tasks defined in the tasks section of your config file. This will ensure that these tasks are run with Deno. However, it's important to note that if your project is using npm packages or scripts defined in a package.json file, Deno will execute these scripts and dependencies using its compatibility layer for Node.js. This is because Deno provides support for package.json to make it easier for Node.js projects to migrate to Deno. If you want to completely prevent Deno from resolving a package.json file, you can use the DENO_NO_PACKAGE_JSON environment variable. But remember, this might affect the execution of npm packages or scripts in your project. Please note that this information is based on the documentation and there might be other ways to achieve this that are not covered in the documentation. 🦕
marvinh.8mo ago
deno task with package.json launches Node · Issue #21110 · deno...
$ deno run -A npm:create-next-app@latest next-app $ cd next-app $ cat '{ "unstable": ["byonm"] }' > deno.json $ deno task dev Task dev next dev ▲ Next.js 14.0.1 - Loc...