@noob111 the main benefit of React is not really performance. The benefit of React and other frameworks is that it separates your UI into individual composable components and allowed you to easily define them in a declarative fashion. Those features of that kind of framework allow for much easier development.
When I set this option in mention plugin, users can't auth on forum if his username have space symbol (example: Brad Pitt), hi can auth only if using the character - instead of a space (example: Brad-Pitt).
So if I set default setting "as written" users can auth use username with space and without character -.
@dogs This looks kind of cool. Lord knows I am not a fan of systemd but it seems like the most practical choice for NodeBB startup/restart under systemd based systems. Which is pretty much all Linux nowadays. Yeah, I get void, alpine and gentoo exist.
Other systems, however.... Seems like this pm2 could be a nice win over trad rc scripts.
Or just use something Illumos based and SMF. Maybe Tribblix or Hipster? Oh... snap.... too many folks nowadays favor writing unportable software in the name of "efficiency". Others may just call it lazyness....
@baris That's it!
That was the problem, I changes the directory layout to something more familiar to me.
To test the solution I created a directory 'public' and saved a 'tmp.js' to it. I started grunt, changed the file and it recognized the change.
Thanks for your help!
In the event you missed them, I took a couple stabs at some email tutorials. The intent was to provide enough understanding to get you pointed in the right directions rather than get 'er done copy/pasta recipes. Hence, they may or may not be the droids you're looking for:
What happened instead:
Now configuring mongo database:
2021-03-12T17:06:56.884Z  - warn: NodeBB Setup Aborted.
MongoServerSelectionError: connection <monitor> to 168.63.xxx.xxx:27017 closed
at Timeout._onTimeout (C:\Codes\NodeBB\node_modules\mongodb\lib\core\sdam\topology.js:438:30)
at listOnTimeout (node:internal/timers:557:17)
at processTimers (node:internal/timers:500:7)