Juan Diego García
* fixed button with no provider * fixed mint key on native sol tokens and wwt eth, eth -> sol * fixed cached getting program accounts instead of wallet ASA
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Be sure to be running Node v12.16.2 and yarn version 1.22.10.
yarn start lending
You may have to rebuild your package more than one time to secure a running environment.
Can't find CSS files in common
Common currently uses a less library to compile down less files into css in both the src directory for the TS server
in vscode to pick up and in the dist folder for importers like lending and proposal projects to pick up. If you do not see these files appear when running the
npm start lending or other commands, and you see missing CSS errors,
you likely did not install the packages for common correctly. Try running:
lerna exec npm install --scope @oyster/common to specifically install packages for common.
Then, test that css transpiling is working:
lerna exec npm watch-css-src --scope @oyster/common and verify css files appear next to their less counterparts in src.
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