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For some weird reason metro bundler does not work properly. When I ran the "npm run bundler" to generate bundled file, it works fine without any warnings. But when I run it on the device it threw an error "util.inherits is not a function". Although, my node app works completely fine when I am running webpack to bundle.

How to reproduce

  • just bundle the following code and try running it on ios
const dht = require("@hyperswarm/dht");
const crypto = require("crypto");
const { LiquidCore } = require("liquidcore");

// A micro service will exit when it has nothing left to do.  So to
// avoid a premature exit, set an indefinite timer.  When we
// exit() later, the timer will get invalidated.
setInterval(() => {}, 10000);

console.log("Hello, World!");

// Listen for a request from the host for the 'ping' event
LiquidCore.on("ping", () => {
  // When we get the ping from the host, respond with "Hello, World!"
  // and then exit.
  LiquidCore.emit("pong", { message: "Hello, there" });
});

// Ok, we are all set up.  Let the host know we are ready to talk
LiquidCore.emit("ready");

const node = dht({
  // just join as an ephemeral node
  // as we are shortlived
  ephemeral: true,
});

const topic = crypto
  .createHash("sha256")
  .update("Some-Random-Channel")
  .digest();

// announce a port

node.unannounce(topic, { port: 12345 }, function (err) {
  if (err) throw err;

  console.log("began announcing");
});

If you need help with this let me know

LiquidPlayer/LiquidCore

Answer questions ericwlange

Which version of LiquidCore are you using? There was definitely a problem using the metro bundler with the minifier turned on, which is the default for bundling. I turned it off by default in one of the latest releases. Can you confirm that the bundle is not minified?

useful!

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