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Project: Convert casinocoin-libjs from Flow to TypeScript

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Project: Convert casinocoin-libjs from Flow to TypeScript
Max Duration: 1 month (due 15-02-2019)
Bounty: 7,500,000 CSC
To deliver: A new TypeScript branch that can be merged and is fully functional
Application needed: No
Additional Info: Can be done by a group of people or just one person. 
Payout Terms: Has to be signed off by Andre Jochems. First come, first serve!
Main source for communication: CasinoCoin Discord, channel #bounties

Description:
The casinocoin-libjs library and its dependencies were written in Flow JavaScript. In December 2017 Ripple already converted the codebase to TypeScript, this was after we forked the CasinoCoin library of their codebase. As most projects that make use of these libraries are already using TypeScript we need our casinocoin-libjs library converted to TypeScript as well.

Ripple Pull Request 816 and its commits can be used as a guideline to execute this task however, changes were made to the Ripple code that can not be ignored. The PR can be found here https://github.com/ripple/ripple-lib/pull/816. The final product needs to compile without error, being able to be packaged with Webpack and work exactly the same as the current version.

Once the new version is judged complete and correct by the CasinoCoin development team and merged into the main branch the bounty will be paid.

The first person or team to realize the required result will win the bounty. The bounty will be paid only to the winner(s). If the project cannot be finished before the due date the developers can decide if part of the bounty is awarded for the work done until that moment or if an extension is permitted.

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1 hour ago, CasinoCoin said:

Sure wish I understood what any of it means.:classic_wacko:

As a non-programmer I guess it is all about being more compatible and future safe. Se below.

3 hours ago, Daniel Keller said:

The casinocoin-libjs library and its dependencies were written in Flow JavaScript. In December 2017 Ripple already converted the codebase to TypeScript, this was after we forked the CasinoCoin library of their codebase. As most projects that make use of these libraries are already using TypeScript we need our casinocoin-libjs library converted to TypeScript as well.

 

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There is some tech guys in here.

7.5M is an amazing pay out. 

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BRB lemme go learn how to do this computer programmy thingymajiggy stuff! 

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