OK, so today has been a very annoying day so far. Was working on a meteor app until about 10:00pm last evening. This morning shut the system down and as I do EVERY day go to the office. Started machine back up and went to resume development. Same process that has been happening for a year ore more.
This is a Windows 10 x64 machine, running Meteor 1.5.1. This is NOT anything new, it has been running 1.5.1 for a bit no issues. Don’t even believe there were any windows updates since yesterday.
Today however starting my meteor application or even just trying to run meteor --version yields me the following:
meteor --version C:\Users\me\AppData\Local\.meteor\packages\meteor-tool\1.5.1\mt-os.windows.x86_32\dev_bundle\lib\node_modules\q\q.js:70 hasStacks = !!e.stack; ^ RangeError: Maximum call stack size exceeded
So I Google the issue and see others having this same issue with past releases. I remove node, remove meteor, clean the directories, restart, reinstall node (4.8.4), reinstall meteor, restart again.
I did see people also wiping their entire user profile and restarting, but this is really NOT an option. Everything else working great.
SAME EXACT ERROR!!! This is a very frustrating developer experience. Help!!!