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shaunlebron06:03:10

any plans/thoughts on using *in*/`*out*`/`*err*` for node targets?

shaunlebron06:03:24

*out* seems unused, except in pprint

thheller08:03:45

@shaunlebron I think the main problem with those is that node can't do a blocking read on *in* and technically even *out* or *err* need a callback to know that they actually completed

thheller08:03:05

since everything IO is async in node

thheller08:03:40

thereby they would require a different interface anyways, best not to re-use the core names for something that must be used differently