Hey there electron people,
I would like to use the module Sync to synchronize async tasks and it depends on the Fibers module. Now, the problem is that electron requires the win32-x64-v8-4.3 binary on my system, but via npm install only a win32-x64-v8-4.2 binary is available.
- How can I fix this or how to compile the version on my own, if even possible?
Even with the latest io.js (2.3.3) version installed, npm checks the installation with the 4.2 binary. Node.js (0.12.2+) check against the also included v8-3.28 binaries.
- Or is there another way to synchronize some tasks?
I want to fill my dependency injection container with a initialized LokiJs database, for example. And the application should wait for the container initialization until it’s allowed to continue. I don’t want to use too many callback functions… the code should stay maintainable.