java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: goog.provide not defined: goog.color.names

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java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: goog.provide not defined: goog.color.names
at com.google.javascript.cl2dts.DeclarationGenerator.produceDts(DeclarationGenerator.java:153)

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