On Thursday, September 22, 2016 at 3:12:27 PM UTC+1, OvermindDL1 wrote:
> You can compile multiple main files together and they will share a 
> code-base, standard library, and all such.

I had not considered that - useful if you want to take a one page, one main 
approach rather than nested TEA with a router in a single main.

Still, you'd have to compile the components all together at the same time 
would you not? If I used some components from one auther and some from 
another, the code sharing would be lost.


> On Thursday, September 22, 2016 at 8:01:58 AM UTC-6, Rupert Smith wrote:
>> On Wednesday, September 21, 2016 at 10:59:00 PM UTC+1, John Mayer wrote:
>>> I also posit that automatically generating a web component for every 
>>> top-level Elm app is isomorphic and maybe even superior interface to our 
>>> existing method of embedding Elm in native HTML pages, and could even 
>>> increase adoption as we could publish web components written in Elm for 
>>> consumption by anybody.
>> The output .js from Elm is quite big, even once minified. Does that mean 
>> that every web component written in Elm will have 100K+ of javascript 
>> embedded inside it? Its a great idea, but perhaps there needs to be a way 
>> to share the code that is common. 

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