01:01:09  <Leemp2>mattpardee: ping
01:01:13  <mattpardee>pong
01:01:54  <Leemp2>https://github.com/ajaxorg/cloud9/issues/1385
01:01:57  <mattpardee>my eventual goal is to respond here in less than 0.4ms
01:02:04  <Leemp2>Any idea on a fix for this?
01:02:08  <Leemp2>haha
01:02:35  <mattpardee>aha, interesting
01:02:41  <mattpardee>ok I'll try to get to that asap
01:02:46  <mattpardee>currently fixing up the console
01:02:58  <Leemp2>mattpardee: But yea, i have multiple run/debug "profiles" and the filepath is long, so it's a bit weird trying to figure which run profile you're executing sometimes lol
01:03:12  <Leemp2>No worries, i was just curious if you knew a current fix or anything :)
01:03:37  <mattpardee>my guess is the fix is relatively easy
01:03:51  <mattpardee>unfortunately with the new master branch a lot of other things are messed up
01:03:59  <Leemp2>yea
01:04:01  <mattpardee>are you on c9.io?
01:05:08  <Leemp2>Yup
01:05:28  <Leemp2>Bah, should have mentioned that in the report, my bad :)
01:05:35  <mattpardee>no worries
01:05:47  <mattpardee>If it's broken there it's likely broken locally
01:06:20  <mattpardee>thank you as always for your report, I'll try to get it fixed locally tonight
01:06:22  <mattpardee>should be a 10 minute fix
01:06:47  <Leemp2>k :)
01:06:57  <Leemp2>So, any big plans for the next push to c9.io?
01:07:15  <mattpardee>oh man I can't wait for you guys to see
01:07:25  <Leemp2>tomorrow?
01:07:33  <mattpardee>I'm not sure when, might be thursday
01:07:56  <Leemp2>k :)
01:08:03  <mattpardee>I'll post a screenshot here in about an hour
01:08:04  <mattpardee>or sooner
01:08:34  <Leemp2>:D
01:11:29  <mattpardee>ok a lot sooner. screenshot #1: http://screencast.com/t/4qbr0CgMd
01:11:55  <Leemp2>ooo
01:13:22  <mattpardee>screenshot #2, showing activity in the CLI: http://screencast.com/t/qbXyH6khj7D
01:13:44  <mattpardee>the expand/collapse button starts as a spinner that you can click on to cancel the process
01:13:56  <mattpardee>it transforms into the collapse/expand button when the process is done
01:16:04  <mattpardee>the intention here is to get out of your way
01:16:10  <mattpardee>focus on the code
01:16:23  <Leemp2>hah
01:16:24  <mattpardee>we have some more feature improvements as well
01:16:34  <Leemp2>I intended to make a request for that months ago lol
01:16:36  <mattpardee>this is part of the back-end refactor for c9 local as well
01:16:45  <mattpardee>so you can now run cloud9 with v0.6.x of node
01:16:48  <Leemp2>A nice big output log is great, but usually only when it's running
01:17:00  <mattpardee>many elements are hideable as well
01:17:36  <mattpardee>for ex, http://screencast.com/t/mddwBgRynX
01:17:57  <mattpardee>you can also shrink the file tabs so they only expand on hover
01:28:41  <mattpardee>I wasn't a huge fan of the icons-only approach on top of the left-side panels
01:28:43  <mattpardee>at first
01:29:01  <mattpardee>but it's actually very nice compared to the left-side dock
01:29:07  <mattpardee>which was taking up a ton of space for only a few buttons
01:31:38  <Leemp2>mattpardee: Has split editing windows been implemented yet?
01:31:53  <mattpardee>it is actually in there, so bleeding edge devs can use it
01:32:04  <mattpardee>you have to manually enable it
01:32:09  <mattpardee>but that's easy from the extension manager
01:32:16  <Leemp2>Nice :D
01:32:22  <Leemp2>When it rolls out i'll have to ask
01:32:26  <mattpardee>k
01:32:34  <mattpardee>can't guarantee it will work :-)
01:32:37  <Leemp2>Has anything been done in terms of debug standardization?
01:32:40  <mattpardee>but it's there so it won't go dry
01:32:47  <mattpardee>on that I'm not sure
01:32:54  <Leemp2>ie, making the debugger work with other languages
01:32:58  <Leemp2>gotcha
01:33:41  <gjtorikian>actually I noticed Rik is eager for splitscreen as well: https://twitter.com/#!/rikarends/status/196243762601664512
01:33:45  <Leemp2>How about the local -unsafe flag, so that console commands are given directly to the os? So you could run unsafe operations? (ie, use cloud9 to program in c++ and compile it from cloud9)
01:34:21  <mattpardee>Leemp2 will definitely make those kinds of considerations for the next version of the CLI
01:34:33  <mattpardee>multiple tabs, local interface, running npm modules, etc
01:34:36  <mattpardee>all on the table for consideration
01:34:59  <Leemp2>righto, i was just curious since this push is so large. Just seeing what's on the table :)
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02:08:16  <Leemp2>lol yea, that run debug profile thing is all sorts of messed up :s
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07:24:44  <zefhemel>Alright, I'm writing up new README that explains how setup the big refactored version we just merged into master
07:25:26  <mattpardee>woohoo!
08:24:02  <zefhemel>ok, updated it somewhat: https://github.com/ajaxorg/cloud9/blob/master/README.md
08:31:52  <gdbz>Yay, nodeJS 0.6
09:01:22  <zefhemel>note there may be bugs still, please report those on the issue tracker, we'll be fixing a lot of issues over the next few days
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09:16:59  <gdbz>Works like a charm. Only had one conflict with a .settings directory (eclipse)
09:20:05  <zefhemel>is there a .settings file in the repo?
09:20:10  <zefhemel>Shouldn't be, I'll remove it
09:20:16  <gdbz>No, my own
09:20:27  <gdbz>In my project
09:20:40  <gdbz>There was a .settings directory, which resulted in an error.
09:23:14  <zefhemel>aha ok
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12:00:12  <machisuji>So I read on c9.io that it provided "support" for Java, Groovy, Scala, Ocaml, Clojure etc.. But is that really support in the sense that I can also run/debug my code "in the cloud"? Or merely syntax highlighting (which comes simply from Ace)?
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13:19:24  <machisuji>ok apparently you can only do node.js applications. It's nice but useless to have (and advertise) all the other languages IMO.
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13:27:19  <neonstalwart>hi everyone. i'm having trouble installing cloud9 via sourcemint
13:27:42  <neonstalwart> * npm ERR! Failed at the [email protected] preinstall script.
13:27:42  <neonstalwart> * npm ERR! This is most likely a problem with the gnu-tools package,
13:27:42  <neonstalwart> * npm ERR! not with npm itself.
13:27:42  <neonstalwart> * npm ERR! Tell the author that this fails on your system:
13:27:42  <neonstalwart> * npm ERR! make install && make clean
13:27:51  <neonstalwart>any ideas?
13:29:00  <neonstalwart>this is on osx 10.7.3 (lion)
13:35:16  <zefhemel>what does it say before
13:35:40  <neonstalwart>how much do you want :)
13:36:00  <neonstalwart> * npm http GET https://registry.npmjs.org/streamer
13:36:00  <neonstalwart> *
13:36:00  <neonstalwart> * > [email protected] preinstall /Users/neonstalwart/.sourcemint/install-cache/https/github.com/ajaxorg/jsDAV/tarball/861c3b0433c51d3f199079b598f4ba284d58307a/node_modules/gnu-tools
13:36:00  <neonstalwart> * > make install && make clean
13:36:00  <neonstalwart> *
13:36:00  <neonstalwart> * wget http://ftpmirror.gnu.org/findutils/findutils-4.4.2.tar.gz
13:36:00  <neonstalwart> * make: wget: No such file or directory
13:36:01  <neonstalwart> * make: *** [findutils-4.4.2.tar.gz] Error 1
13:36:01  <neonstalwart> *
13:36:02  <neonstalwart> * npm ERR! [email protected] preinstall: `make install && make clean`
13:36:02  <neonstalwart> * npm ERR! `sh "-c" "make install && make clean"` failed with 2
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13:37:09  <neonstalwart>zefhemel: that's all the lines before that are part of the error
13:37:19  <piscisaureus_>seems that you have to install wget
13:38:17  <neonstalwart>piscisaureus_: i don't have wget so you might be right - but an automated install should take care of that. right?
13:38:57  <piscisaureus_>neonstalwart: apparently the "streamer" package uses wget in its install script
13:39:04  <piscisaureus_>probably they should just use curl though
13:39:23  <neonstalwart>piscisaureus_: not streamer - that's the last successful one. gnu-tools is the one that's broken
13:39:39  <neonstalwart>i'll open a ticket at that repo
13:39:41  <piscisaureus_>ah, right
13:39:43  <piscisaureus_>cool
13:44:03  <neonstalwart>https://github.com/c9/node-gnu-tools/issues/3 in case anyone cares
13:46:12  <gdbz>neonstalwart: I don't have wget either, but the installation worked for me.
13:46:42  <gdbz>And i'm also on 10.7.3
13:48:48  <neonstalwart>gdbz: when did you do this?
13:48:58  <gdbz>Today, few hours ago :)
13:50:08  <neonstalwart>gdbz: before https://github.com/ajaxorg/cloud9/commit/649b2b18e68572b844637af92db9c3195e2549f9
13:52:29  <gdbz>neonstalwart: yes before, i'm on this one: d9e42fb68cc57c8bb2aae0f8ebfb5479f389ea3f
13:52:39  <neonstalwart>gdbz: that might be why it worked
13:52:51  <neonstalwart>i just installed wget and the install works for me now
13:53:21  <neonstalwart>hopefully it gets fixed in gnu-tools though so that it uses an alternative to wget if it doesn't exist
13:53:41  <gdbz>Yes, curl or something like that :)
13:53:51  <neonstalwart>yes - curl
13:53:58  <neonstalwart>would be a good alternative :)
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20:06:21  <Leemp2>Hmm
20:07:54  <Leemp2>mattpardee: Is the fact that cloud9 output doesn't handle terminal style output well, being looked at? Ie, things like Mocha Reporters, most of them look horrible in Cloud9 http://visionmedia.github.com/mocha/
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