TIL that you don’t shouldn’t be generating TypeScript declarations for a distributable library

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    A Node.js PostgreSQL client with runtime and build time type safety, and composable SQL.

  • arktype

    TypeScript's 1:1 validator, optimized from editor to runtime

    Granted, for libraries like the one I'm working on that are highly focused on type perf, even a few % improvement would make compiling worthwhile, but I think if your types are relatively simple the benefits while debugging could easily outweigh that kind of difference if it does end up being marginal.

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