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01:26:11  <bnoordhuis>http://lwn.net/Articles/506049/ <- aww yeah, getting an honorable mention on lwn.net
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01:26:15  <superthebobfredm>I have a few questions...
01:26:17  <bnoordhuis>in the comment section but still!
01:26:28  <superthebobfredm>first... I can't seem to upload files
01:26:30  <bnoordhuis>superthebobfredm: i have a few answers
01:26:37  <bnoordhuis>you may or may not like them
01:26:53  <superthebobfredm>lol. let's hope they work for me :)
01:27:43  <superthebobfredm>When I try to upload a file, they get stuck in an uploading state and do nothing
01:28:03  <bnoordhuis>ah, i've heard several people mention that
01:28:12  <superthebobfredm>(or rather an "Upload Activity" box in the sidebar)
01:28:22  <superthebobfredm>hm. any ideas?
01:28:58  <bnoordhuis>no, not really
01:29:12  <bnoordhuis>if the problem persists, you'd best contact support
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01:30:30  <superthebobfredm>yeah. it persists. and it happens to my friend in another city
01:30:36  <superthebobfredm>ok. here's another:
01:31:18  <superthebobfredm>how come the stand-alone editor doesn't come with collaboration built-in?
01:31:48  <bnoordhuis>superthebobfredm: collab is a premium feature
01:31:57  <bnoordhuis>i.e. it's what pays my bills
01:32:01  <superthebobfredm>ahhh
01:32:03  <superthebobfredm>wait...
01:32:07  <superthebobfredm>so you're a developer
01:32:09  <superthebobfredm>but not support?
01:32:17  <superthebobfredm>:)
01:32:22  <bnoordhuis>i am, but i work on node, not c9
01:32:44  <bnoordhuis>i confess i have precious little insight into the inner workings of our flagship product
01:32:47  <bnoordhuis>but i try
01:32:55  <superthebobfredm>ah
01:33:04  <superthebobfredm>maybe you might be able to help with the last question
01:34:08  <bnoordhuis>i'll do my best :)
01:35:15  <superthebobfredm>do you know how I can get the c9 client install and running on Linux (Ubuntu) so that I can do the offline sync?
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01:35:34  <mattpardee>superthebobfredm we have a couple developers working on the sync issue
01:35:40  <mattpardee>so that the workflow is smooth
01:35:48  <mattpardee>it works but I admit even I haven't done it myself previously
01:35:56  <mattpardee>been too busy working on the infrastructure backend
01:36:04  <mattpardee>can you install the linux client?
01:36:06  <mattpardee>we just pushed an update today
01:36:19  <bnoordhuis>superthebobfredm: you're in good hands, mattpardee *does* work on c9 :)
01:36:32  <mattpardee>http://static.c9.io/c9local/prod/c9local-latest.tgz
01:36:35  <mattpardee>that's the linux client
01:36:45  <bnoordhuis>`npm install -g c9` should work as well
01:36:49  <mattpardee>ah yes that's true
01:37:07  <superthebobfredm>Um... let me get you my output
01:37:20  <bnoordhuis>i'm not really pleased with the fact that the installer script requires root btw
01:37:42  <bnoordhuis>or that it doesn't let you install to anything but /usr/local
01:38:02  <bnoordhuis>ah well, incremental improvements, i suppose
01:38:03  <superthebobfredm>yeah, I'm with you on that
01:38:12  <superthebobfredm>yep
01:38:48  <superthebobfredm>http://pastebin.com/zYhmW6QM
01:39:21  <bnoordhuis>hrm, i installed it earlier tonight without fuzz
01:39:50  <bnoordhuis>superthebobfredm: is it persistent? i.e. do you get the same error on the second run?
01:39:57  <superthebobfredm>yep
01:40:09  <bnoordhuis>well, that's odd
01:40:23  <superthebobfredm>if you say so :)
01:40:49  <bnoordhuis>mattpardee: you mentioned something about reuploading earlier today?
01:41:05  <mattpardee>looks like 0.1.15 is the latest, pushed 2 hours ago
01:42:54  <mattpardee>hm
01:42:55  <mattpardee>ok
01:42:56  <superthebobfredm>how does one try different versions?
01:43:05  <mattpardee>npm install -g [email protected]
01:43:11  <mattpardee>http://search.npmjs.org/#/c9
01:43:15  <bnoordhuis>i just tried a clean install, works
01:43:47  <bnoordhuis>superthebobfredm: sorry, can't seem to reproduce the issue
01:44:02  <mattpardee>superthebobfredm would you be willing to create an issue here? https://github.com/ajaxorg/cloud9/issues/new
01:44:08  <mattpardee>with some details about your system etc
01:44:34  <superthebobfredm>I could.............
01:44:55  <superthebobfredm>is there other stuff that I could check first? any outputs that would be useful to you?
01:45:07  <mattpardee>I'm sending your pastebin log to the developer working on the linux installer
01:45:18  <superthebobfredm>I *did* have issues installing npm / node when I did it initially
01:45:23  <mattpardee>superthebobfredm I don't think there is anything else to try, that I know of
01:45:24  <bnoordhuis>superthebobfredm: what version of node are you running?
01:45:27  <superthebobfredm>but I don't know what all I did
01:45:29  <mattpardee>except *maybe* the link I pasted earlier
01:45:44  <mattpardee>oh
01:45:45  <superthebobfredm>node --version == v0.6.15
01:45:51  <mattpardee>this is maybe a sudo issue
01:46:01  <bnoordhuis>superthebobfredm: you want to consider upgrading to v0.6.20
01:46:10  <bnoordhuis>if only for all the bug fixes
01:46:12  <mattpardee>definitely try 0.6.20
01:46:21  <mattpardee>our dev likely tested on that version
01:46:21  <superthebobfredm>what's the command for that?
01:46:43  <mattpardee>http://nodejs.org/dist/v0.6.2/node-v0.6.2.tar.gz
01:46:58  <bnoordhuis>add a zero to that
01:47:14  <superthebobfredm>oh, build it.. ok.
01:47:15  <bnoordhuis>i.e. http://nodejs.org/dist/v0.6.20/node-v0.6.20.tar.gz
01:49:05  <superthebobfredm>make-ing as we speak
01:50:47  <superthebobfredm>should I do the make install as root?
01:50:52  <superthebobfredm>(i.e. sudo)
01:51:53  <bnoordhuis>superthebobfredm: i usually install it in $HOME/opt/node and then put $HOME/opt/node/bin on the path
01:52:10  <bnoordhuis>but most people seem to install it machine-wide
01:53:00  <superthebobfredm>and if I do it for the machine, it would be root?
01:54:18  <superthebobfredm>huh... yep same error
01:57:00  <coderarity>mattpardee, nice! this terminal is much more responsive :D
01:57:07  <superthebobfredm>npm version is 1.1.37 also. don't know if I mentioned that
01:58:21  <bnoordhuis>that's actually newer than the npm i have installed
01:58:39  <bnoordhuis>so much for being a bleeding edge core developer...
01:59:11  <bnoordhuis>superthebobfredm: on what kind of system are you?
01:59:29  <bnoordhuis>i downloaded the c9local tarball and it extracts perfectly for me
02:00:04  <superthebobfredm>bnoordhuis: https://github.com/ajaxorg/cloud9/issues/1928
02:00:30  <bnoordhuis>ah okay, i'm on 10.04
02:00:38  <bnoordhuis>shouldn't matter much though
02:01:41  <superthebobfredm>bnoordhuis: I think I put that in the ticket, but it's v0.6.20
02:01:46  <superthebobfredm>oops
02:01:56  <bnoordhuis>yeah, i saw - 12.04
02:02:16  <superthebobfredm>sorry... I was actually responding to something farther up. Had the window scrolled, lol
02:02:40  <superthebobfredm>is there any way to install the c9local without npm now that I've downloaded it?
02:02:46  <superthebobfredm>or maybe point npm to the download?
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02:04:26  <bnoordhuis>superthebobfredm: yes -> npm install -g ./c9local-0.6.1.tgz
02:05:01  <bnoordhuis>it won't print anything for a couple of seconds but you'll see it spinning in top
02:05:21  <superthebobfredm>yeah, it's chewing on something :)
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02:07:57  <bnoordhuis>superthebobfredm: they're harmless notices
02:08:03  <superthebobfredm>I figured as much
02:08:03  <superthebobfredm>how can I run it now?
02:08:12  <bnoordhuis>but it wouldn't be enterprise software if it didn't log a lot
02:08:19  <superthebobfredm>lol
02:08:22  <superthebobfredm>for sure
02:08:57  <superthebobfredm>I don't seem to have a c9 command
02:09:43  <bnoordhuis>hrm, i just did the same thing and it's missing
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02:10:03  <bnoordhuis>i wonder if cadorn botched the tarball
02:10:19  <superthebobfredm>lol
02:10:33  <superthebobfredm>previous version, I can try, maybe?
02:11:03  <bnoordhuis>superthebobfredm: oh wait, it's probably in ~/.npm/c9local/0.6.1/package/bin/
02:11:26  <bnoordhuis>i always forget what npm installs where
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02:14:19  <superthebobfredm>doh: http://pastebin.com/tjbquPkS
02:18:12  <bnoordhuis>superthebobfredm: sorry, i don't know what's up with that
02:18:29  <bnoordhuis>i've cc'ed cadorn on the issue
02:20:43  <superthebobfredm>it's all good. I appreciate the help.
02:21:04  <superthebobfredm>I'll just wait Mr cadorn :)
02:21:14  <superthebobfredm>in the meantime, should I do anything about the upload issue?
02:21:55  <bnoordhuis>i don't know what's causing it
02:22:07  <bnoordhuis>strangely enough, It Just Works(TM) for me
02:22:29  <superthebobfredm>:) ...hmm...
02:22:29  <bnoordhuis>oh wait, you mean the 'getting stuck while uploading' problem?
02:22:34  <superthebobfredm>yes
02:22:49  <bnoordhuis>(it's 4.30 in the morning here, i'm not at my sharpest wits anymore)
02:23:12  <bnoordhuis>best advice i can give you is contact support
02:23:32  <bnoordhuis>i know several people had similar issues
02:24:10  <superthebobfredm>oh. where you at?
02:25:21  <bnoordhuis>in the netherlands
02:25:25  <bardu>is there a better time to raise some issue and ask for advise
02:25:46  <bnoordhuis>as is our support team btw so don't expect a response in the next four or five hours :)
02:26:17  <bnoordhuis>bardu: CEST office hours, though there's not always from support idling here
02:26:21  <superthebobfredm>Is that your nationality or you just live there?
02:26:36  <bnoordhuis>superthebobfredm: both, actually
02:27:20  <superthebobfredm>ik zie
02:27:41  <bnoordhuis>hah
02:28:06  <superthebobfredm>well, I hope I wasn't keeping you awake.
02:28:18  <superthebobfredm>I can let you off now :)
02:28:55  <bnoordhuis>no worries, i never go to bed early :)
02:29:07  <bardu>bnoordhuis: okay I will try later, to bad that we are 9 hours apart
02:29:48  <superthebobfredm>lol. me neither
02:31:01  <superthebobfredm>also, "this.worker is null" when I try to cancel the uploads :)
02:31:37  <bnoordhuis>oh, i'll pass that on
02:31:54  <bnoordhuis>and i'll guess i'll go hit the sack now
02:31:59  <superthebobfredm>awesome. well, get some sleep....
02:32:01  <superthebobfredm>thanks for the help!
02:32:07  <bnoordhuis>happy to help :)
02:32:11  <bnoordhuis>sleep tight, guys
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02:54:29  <coderarity>?
02:55:43  <coderarity>oh I see, it'd be nice if I could use the scrollbar instead of shift-page up
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05:54:57  <arriu>I hope someone here can help me out
05:55:01  <arriu>I can't do anything on c9.io, the dashboard references this file (http://d6ff1xmuve0sx.cloudfront.net/2.0.2-4199d35e/static/dashboard/js/apf_release.js) which is cut off at the end
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07:53:54  <anu_free>hello i installed cloud9 on my ubuntu local machine. It got installed and running successfully but when i trying to run any python file, it is not working. is it not possible on local installed one?
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15:01:40  <bardu>Installed c9v0.6.1 via git clone on my local Ubuntu box. Very impressed about the progress!
15:02:11  <bardu>However, can't debug my project.
15:02:58  <bardu>running in debug mode run a new node process and debugger is listen to port 5858
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15:04:36  <bardu>when I go then to localhost:8080 browser could not connect to localhost:8080
15:04:53  <bardu>no error message in the log etc.
15:06:02  <bardu>I have node 0.8.2 and 0.6.19 installed and use nvm to use v0.6.19
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17:20:36  <hariombalhara>I am not able to upload images to my project
17:22:42  <superthebobfredm>howdy again, gents
17:22:51  <superthebobfredm>hope you had some good sleep, bnoordhuis
17:22:53  <superthebobfredm>:)
17:25:01  <superthebobfredm>so, I got notification of activity, here: https://github.com/ajaxorg/cloud9/issues/1928#issuecomment-6929106
17:25:10  <superthebobfredm>how do you want me to try the install?
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17:33:41  <superthebobfredm>heh. gues everyone is still asleep....
17:33:54  <mattpardee>just getting the day going :)
17:34:15  <superthebobfredm>what time is it over there?
17:34:32  <mattpardee>I'm in the US, PST, so 10:30
17:34:54  <mattpardee>there's about a 4-5 hour dark period between when we get off work and amsterdam wakes up
17:35:57  <mattpardee>and by "getting the day going" I mean I've been getting the day going for 3 hours
17:36:04  <mattpardee>just haven't found a break yet :)
17:36:07  <superthebobfredm>lolol
17:36:09  <superthebobfredm>sorry
17:36:17  <superthebobfredm>wish I could jump in and help
17:37:18  <superthebobfredm>mattpardee: would you happen to know what method they would like me to try to install? (see here: https://github.com/ajaxorg/cloud9/issues/1928#issuecomment-6929106)
17:37:42  <mattpardee>no change to install
17:37:52  <mattpardee>cadorn is aware of the issue I'm not sure it's been resolved yet
17:39:37  <superthebobfredm>i just meant via download and manual install or using npm?
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19:12:38  <mAritz>Refreshing the browser on my local c9 install crashes the server after "Running user disconnect timer..."
19:13:03  <mAritz>(current master)
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19:40:01  <ggoodman>I broke c9 again :(
19:41:28  <ggoodman>steps to reproduce: 1) identify website that does accepts a connection and then does nothing; 2) use the CLI wget on that site; 3) Fail to kill that process; 4) Start your local app; 5) Inability to stop app and wget; 6) Complain on IRC
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19:42:56  <ggoodman>If anyone here has the power to do so, would they be so kind as to unblock these processes? ggoodman/plunker
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21:27:22  <ggoodman>my c9 instance has frozen cmd line ops that mean i can't start/stop my app
21:27:36  <ggoodman>steps to reproduce: 1) identify website that does accepts a connection and then does nothing; 2) use the CLI wget on that site; 3) Fail to kill that process; 4) Start your local app; 5) Inability to stop app and wget; 6) Complain on IRC
21:28:30  <ggoodman>can anyone help?
21:29:46  <mattpardee>hey ggoodman
21:30:03  <mattpardee>I think there's some playfulness in your steps to reproduce :)
21:30:11  <mattpardee>but I can't figure out what the specific problem is
21:30:22  <mattpardee>can you rewrite it so I can try myself and see what's going on?
21:30:53  <ggoodman>i'm not sure that its reproducable
21:31:01  <ggoodman>that was sort of a joke as you suggested
21:31:21  <mattpardee>:-P
21:31:22  <ggoodman>but symptoms are: on page load, i see two running processes
21:31:30  <mattpardee>aha
21:31:36  <ggoodman>1) running node process
21:31:40  <mattpardee>and clicking the "X" next to the processes don't stop it?
21:31:41  <ggoodman>2) wget process
21:31:44  <ggoodman>no
21:31:49  <mattpardee>do you have a terminal
21:31:58  <ggoodman>again, no
21:32:00  <mattpardee>(Alt+t)
21:32:03  <mattpardee>k
21:32:25  <mattpardee>hmmm
21:32:29  <ggoodman>seriously considering investing
21:32:39  <ggoodman>but not a fan of there only being a recurring option
21:32:59  <mattpardee>yeah Jan is tasked with upgrading our billing options soon, I believe
21:33:04  <mattpardee>so that we have other options
21:33:13  <mattpardee>in the meantime though your workspace is unusable
21:34:20  <ggoodman>agreed
21:34:44  <mattpardee>bringing in backup for this problem :)
21:34:49  <mattpardee>I just told sergi about it
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21:35:07  <mattpardee>hey sergim, meet ggoodman
21:35:19  <sergim>hey ggoodman
21:35:28  <sergim>can you type 'env' in your console?
21:35:31  <ggoodman>aka repeat troublemaker
21:35:59  <ggoodman>https://gist.github.com/f7eb6ebd1f394e53861f
21:38:41  <sergim>ok
21:39:57  <mattpardee>sergi's looking at your processes
21:40:25  <sergim>I don't see your processes running
21:40:35  <sergim>what is running as you see it in cloud9?
21:41:27  <ggoodman>Running Node Process
21:41:28  <ggoodman>[[email protected]]:/workspace$ wget http://plnkr.co
21:42:06  <ggoodman>both refuse to stop
21:42:23  <sergim>can you check your JS console and see if there are any errors?
21:42:28  <sergim>if not, can you refresh and see if these processes are still running?
21:43:20  <ggoodman>i don't have access to console... will refresh though
21:43:43  <sergim>are you on chrome?
21:44:08  <mattpardee>ggoodman your browser's developer console
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21:44:59  <ggoodman>both processes still running, no errors in console
21:45:30  <mattpardee>we think what may be happening is the processes aren't really running anymore
21:45:37  <mattpardee>because they don't show up
21:45:42  <mattpardee>in the ssh session we're looking at
21:45:53  <mattpardee>but the code does think it's running, on the server
21:46:28  <ggoodman>lots of moving parts :P
21:46:35  <ggoodman>i've gotta run though i'm afraid
21:46:40  <ggoodman>thanks for your help so far!
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21:49:32  <superthebobfredm>hey, has anyone figured out anything with the inability to upload files yet?
21:51:54  <mattpardee>superthebobfredm which browser?
21:52:02  <mattpardee>I've been uploading from chrome for the last few days
21:52:33  <superthebobfredm>either
21:52:38  <superthebobfredm>Chrome or FF
21:53:21  <mattpardee>what happens?
21:53:28  <mattpardee>can you send a SS?
21:54:09  <superthebobfredm>sure
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22:00:06  <arriu>Anyone else having trouble getting the dashboard to load?
22:00:36  <mattpardee>arriu no but what's happening?
22:00:38  <mattpardee>any javascript errors?
22:00:44  <mattpardee>(in your browser's dev console)
22:01:05  <arriu>yes
22:01:28  <arriu>It is trying to load up this file http://d6ff1xmuve0sx.cloudfront.net/2.0.2-4199d35e/static/dashboard/js/apf_release.js
22:01:35  <arriu>It fails though
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22:01:55  <arriu>looking at the file, its cut off
22:02:28  <arriu>If you scroll all the way down, the content just ends in the middle of a function
22:05:05  <mattpardee>hmm this is not good
22:05:08  <mattpardee>it should be packed
22:05:16  <mattpardee>it is cut off for me as well but it actually works
22:05:46  <mattpardee>but you get a 500 when loading it?
22:06:55  <arriu>first error on my console is `Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected end of input`
22:07:14  <arriu>then it goes on to `Uncaught ReferenceError: apf is not defined`
22:08:31  <arriu>It GETs the file with a 200 return code
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22:14:55  <mattpardee>arriu what's your account name?
22:15:52  <arriu>asdfh32
22:16:49  <mattpardee>any special details about how you're connecting? going thru a VPN, corporate network, antivirus software?
22:17:41  <arriu>nothing special, no firewalls, no antivirus, no weird lan/router settings
22:18:08  <arriu>I have tried on multiple computers
22:18:12  <mattpardee>ok
22:18:25  <mattpardee>do I have your permission to log in to your account and test it myself?
22:18:51  <arriu>yes, I just made it, its a throw-away
22:19:00  <arriu>delete it if you want
22:19:00  <mattpardee>was another account working for you?
22:19:04  <arriu>nope
22:19:13  <mattpardee>so, same problem with all accounts
22:19:51  <arriu>just tried using a vpn from another machine (connected to LA, running a different OS) same issue
22:20:03  <arriu>yes same problem
22:20:11  <arriu>on both accounts
22:20:16  <mattpardee>how are you creating accounts? diff methods or regular sign up?
22:20:19  <mattpardee>or github/bitbucket?
22:20:34  <arriu>one was github, this one is just email and password
22:21:00  <mattpardee>ok
22:21:05  <arriu>I thought maybe the github route messed something up, so I tried making this new account but it has the same issue
22:21:14  <arriu>cache has been cleared btw
22:23:33  <mattpardee>how about the cookie for the dashboard?
22:25:00  <arriu>I just tried another OS, no luck under Ubuntu
22:25:14  <mattpardee>k
22:26:57  <arriu>btw, I have never gone to http://c9.io on the Ubuntu VM, so the cache/cookies aren't the issue
22:27:24  <mattpardee>yeah
22:27:29  <mattpardee>was this you? https://github.com/ajaxorg/cloud9/issues/1940
22:28:00  <mattpardee>looks like mult users may be experiencing it
22:28:04  <mattpardee>one sec
22:28:49  <arriu>no that was not me, however I did put in a support request last night
22:31:05  <mattpardee>ok
22:36:54  <mattpardee>damn
22:36:57  <mattpardee>I was hoping it would fail for me.
22:37:02  <mattpardee>it's working just fine
22:37:20  <superthebobfredm>I so got sidetracked
22:37:24  <superthebobfredm>here is a screenshot: http://minus.com/mU20rWo5B/
22:37:46  <superthebobfredm>sorry about it being all blue
22:37:57  <superthebobfredm>files get stuck like that (and nothing else happens) when trying to upload
22:41:37  <mattpardee>arriu I'm troubled by this dashboard issue; it is working perfectly fine for me, even in incognito mode
22:41:50  <mattpardee>with all cache cleared
22:41:55  <mattpardee>(I logged in to your account)
22:42:01  <mattpardee>but it's failing for all of your accounts
22:42:13  <mattpardee>so I can't help but feel there is something else going on, on your end, that is interfering with the dashboard
22:42:27  <mattpardee>a few reports like this have come in though so it's likely this is a bigger issue
22:42:33  <mattpardee>I just don't know what it could be
22:42:44  <mattpardee>I mean I realize that file gets cut off actually
22:42:52  <mattpardee>so I'm suggesting to our devs that they create a packaged version of APF
22:42:58  <mattpardee>so it's much much much smaller
22:44:03  <arriu>I hope that it solves the issue
22:44:14  <arriu>thanks for trying to help me out
22:44:34  <arriu>btw, I just found this: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/11448433/cloud-9-ide-dashboard-not-loading
22:44:43  <arriu>might be related
22:45:24  <mattpardee>ah thanks
22:45:38  <mattpardee>arriu if you get the opportunity
22:45:45  <mattpardee>can you try from another computer and network?
22:46:53  <superthebobfredm>OK -- so, the upload bug is Firefox only.... I can upload files with Chromium just fine
22:47:24  <mattpardee>ok we have logged that firefox bug internally
22:47:28  <mattpardee>in fact I think there's a pending PR
22:49:09  <superthebobfredm>(was that to me, mattpardee?)
22:49:14  <mattpardee>yeah
22:49:20  <superthebobfredm>ah. cool.
22:49:39  <mattpardee>we have a good number of pending fixes that mayyyy not be released until Tuesday, since we have the weekend coming up
22:49:53  <superthebobfredm>stinkin' weekends
22:50:08  <mattpardee>it makes me cringe a bit but better to have the full force of the dev team on hand before pushing a lot of fixes
22:50:15  <superthebobfredm>I thikn if I could just be able to install the client, I'd be happy
22:50:23  <superthebobfredm>yeah, true
22:50:53  <arriu>mattpardee I will try out another computer outside my home network, I'll let you know how it goes either later tonight or tomorrow
22:51:11  <superthebobfredm>(i.e. be able to sync between computer and c9)
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22:52:18  <superthebobfredm>actually... what does syncronization do?
22:52:50  <superthebobfredm>does it sync in real-time? i.e. when you "save" documents?
22:52:56  <superthebobfredm>or do you have to manually sync?
22:53:06  <superthebobfredm>(I don't know since I haven't been able to set it up yet)
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22:56:24  <mattpardee>good question, I'm not sure myself, I've seen its initial sync
22:56:30  <mattpardee>I think it does it automatically the next times
22:58:39  <superthebobfredm>that would be cool.
22:59:47  <superthebobfredm>another thing that would be cool is in Vim mode, if I could use a vimrc and vim plugins...
23:00:00  <superthebobfredm>:)
23:00:06  <superthebobfredm>create my own mappings, etc
23:03:43  <MimiEA>Does c9 support multiple login on the same account from different computer ?
23:04:03  <mattpardee>MimiEA yes
23:04:15  <mattpardee>superthebobfredm yeah people really want full vim supprot
23:04:17  <mattpardee>support
23:04:49  <MimiEA>mattpardee : hmm every time i do it my file end up being blank
23:05:48  <mattpardee>hmm that's not good
23:05:58  <mattpardee>meaning the spinners in the tab corner have stopped
23:06:02  <mattpardee>but they are completely blank
23:06:03  <mattpardee>?
23:06:35  <arriu>ahh, progress!
23:06:48  <arriu>I got the dashboard to load under an old VM
23:06:59  <arriu>windows XP running FF 4
23:07:15  <mattpardee>wow!
23:07:19  <arriu>when I updated FF to 12, the dash stopped working
23:07:35  <arriu>so... yeah I am not sure what to make of that
23:07:47  <MimiEA>no the spinners keeps going forever
23:08:34  <MimiEA>last time it took 30 minutes before i get them back
23:08:55  <mattpardee>on both computers?
23:09:04  <mattpardee>MimiEA you just tried this now?
23:09:27  <mattpardee>or was this yesterday?
23:09:33  <MimiEA>on one, i closed the second because i thought it wasn't supported and i was doing something bad
23:09:49  <MimiEA>that was last night , I haven't tried today yet
23:10:02  <mattpardee>yesterday we had an issue with infinite spinners
23:10:07  <mattpardee>that might have been the cause
23:10:21  <MimiEA>ok i ll try now then
23:10:23  <mattpardee>k
23:11:07  <superthebobfredm>So if I clone something from github, does it save it back to github?
23:11:45  <mattpardee>superthebobfredm only if you run "git commit" in the CLI and then do "git push origin master"
23:11:51  <mattpardee>git push origin [branch] will push it back to github
23:12:05  <mattpardee>when you clone it into c9 your files exist there
23:15:36  <MimiEA>mattpardee : ok i can work on both computers now- but there is an undefined file that is openned that i can't close or modify
23:15:50  <mattpardee>ok
23:16:00  <mattpardee>would you be willing to file a bug report here? github.com/ajaxorg/cloud9/issues/new
23:16:34  <arriu>mattpardee, I just installed Firefox/3.6.28 and the dashboard works again
23:17:31  <MimiEA>ok i ll , thank you
23:17:58  <mattpardee>arriu that's quite interesting but troubling :-S
23:17:58  <superthebobfredm>mattpardee:
23:18:09  <arriu>And once again, after updating to 12 it does not work anymore
23:18:11  <superthebobfredm>fatal: remote error:
23:18:11  <superthebobfredm> You can't push to git://github.com/repo/version1.git
23:18:11  <superthebobfredm> Use [email protected]:repo/version1.git
23:18:36  <mattpardee>ah
23:18:43  <mattpardee>ok you have to set the origin url to the RW version
23:18:53  <mattpardee>can you search github for how to do "git remote add"
23:18:56  <mattpardee>they have docs on it
23:19:14  <mattpardee>https://help.github.com/articles/changing-a-remote-s-url
23:19:16  <mattpardee>here it is
23:19:28  <mattpardee>you want to change it to what they suggested, [email protected]:repo/version1.git
23:19:40  <superthebobfredm>ahh. k
23:19:42  <mattpardee>superthebobfredm wait, is that your repo?
23:19:51  <mattpardee>do you own it I mean, or have RW access to it?
23:19:56  <mattpardee>if not you can't push there
23:21:11  <superthebobfredm>yes
23:21:18  <superthebobfredm>well, it's not called "repo"
23:21:24  <mattpardee>right :)
23:21:26  <superthebobfredm>names changed to protect the innocent, and all that
23:21:27  <mattpardee>gotcha
23:21:30  <mattpardee>hehe
23:21:40  <superthebobfredm>but now I'm getting a Permission denied (publickey)
23:22:16  <superthebobfredm>although, I suppose once I get syncing set up I probably won't care much about the console
23:22:24  <superthebobfredm>I can just do everything locally at that point
23:22:34  <superthebobfredm>mostly just want to use this to collaborate with others
23:22:45  <superthebobfredm>seems to be the best tool out there that I can see
23:23:19  <arriu>mattpardee, I am not sure if you guys did anything on your end but the issue seems to be resolved now.
23:23:44  <arriu>also, apf_release.js is no longer cut off
23:24:38  <superthebobfredm>Hey, what does it mean when I go to delete a workspace when it says "Be warned! Any attached deploy targets (servers) will be removed along with all your workspace's files.
23:24:38  <superthebobfredm>This cannot be undone!"
23:24:58  <mattpardee>you can deploy to services like heroku,
23:25:10  <mattpardee>so your configurations on cloud9 to deploy there will be lost
23:25:18  <mattpardee>that text is actually really, really bad
23:25:24  <superthebobfredm>but not the actual files and stuff on the end service?
23:25:29  <mattpardee>no
23:25:34  <superthebobfredm>k. good
23:25:35  <superthebobfredm>:)
23:25:35  <mattpardee>I'll create a blocker on this issue, that's terrible
23:25:38  <mattpardee>blah
23:25:46  <mattpardee>heads will be rolled.
23:25:52  <superthebobfredm>lol
23:26:08  <superthebobfredm>yeah, we coders sometimes have a hard time with copy
23:33:44  <arriu>mattpardee I have left a comment on the github issue, thanks for all the help today!
23:33:58  <mattpardee>thanks for your persistence! glad it started working :)
23:34:36  <superthebobfredm>I'm out. Thanks for the help/chatting, mattpardee. Hope I can get the client up soon.
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