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08:48:40  <machisuji>mattpardee: Have you managed to build gitc on c9?
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11:10:03  <Siyfion>Hey guys, is there something up with Cloud9 at the moment?
11:10:12  <Siyfion>I cannot stay connected reliably at all
11:10:32  <Siyfion>So far I've repeated the same work 3x over, getting kinda frustrated now..
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11:42:26  <bmatusiak><Siyfion> same here
11:42:48  <bmatusiak>im having issues killing a node process
11:42:55  <bmatusiak>still
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14:57:57  <gero3>Is it possible to stop nodejs processes when the red stop button isn't working??
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15:58:18  <Chip_Zero>zit nu in de trein
15:58:22  <Chip_Zero>ja, ik denk dat het wel leuk is om er heen te gaan
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16:33:17  <wingy>where do i download the local version for mac?
16:33:27  <mattpardee>c9.io/site/features
16:33:37  <mattpardee>there's a download button under "C9 Local"
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16:34:53  <wingy>mattpardee: thx
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18:23:02  <Leeol2>mattpardee: Is there any way to actually know when a new version of c9local gets pushed?
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18:23:34  <Leeol2>The download on the site only says -latest, so it's not really informative at all :s
18:25:52  <mattpardee>yeah
18:25:57  <mattpardee>in the upper right corner of the IDE
18:26:07  <mattpardee>on the Cloud9 logo will appear an upwards pointing green arrow
18:26:10  <Leeol2>mattpardee: Well.. that assumes you can run it
18:26:23  <Leeol2>mattpardee: I mean, from outside of c9
18:26:23  <gjtorikian>Or from the command line, you can type c9 --version
18:26:24  <mattpardee>ah
18:26:29  <gjtorikian>c9 --update updates it
18:26:29  <mattpardee>erm
18:26:32  <mattpardee>no
18:26:37  <mattpardee>I guess we should do versions
18:26:42  <mattpardee>or dedicate a page to c9local
18:26:44  <Leeol2>So i need to download it and check the --version?
18:26:48  <mattpardee>we'll probably do the latter at some point
18:26:51  <Leeol2>k
18:27:01  <mattpardee>the more root issue is it's not working for you
18:27:14  <mattpardee>so I think it would be more ideal to fix that problem, yes? :)
18:27:20  <gjtorikian>I just came in late, I don't know what's going on ;p
18:27:30  <Leeol2>mattpardee: Well yea.. but i have no way of knowing when to start using c9.io again xD
18:28:10  <Leeol2>gjtorikian: Nothing, i was just curious on the easiest way for me to check back on c9local updates, to see when a new version of c9local-linux might be pushed (and working heh)
18:28:32  <gjtorikian>Are you running Ubuntu ?
18:28:40  <Leeol2>gjtorikian: VM, yes
18:29:20  <gjtorikian>There was a long standing bug against that, I just saw it was resolved ~20 days ago
18:29:51  <gjtorikian>I worked on C9Local so I know more about its patterns than matt, just fyi
18:29:57  <Leeol2>I just downloaded the other day
18:30:07  <Leeol2>Is there a trick to starting it perhaps?
18:30:08  <gjtorikian>Hm, and it's not starting? Or what's happening?
18:30:11  <gjtorikian>Are you running 0.6.5 ?
18:30:18  <gjtorikian>(that is the latest)
18:30:22  <Leeol2>`bin/c9 --start` just exits quietly
18:30:24  <Leeol2>Yes i am
18:30:49  <gjtorikian>Try just bin/c9
18:31:00  <gjtorikian> --start : Starts the runtime (without opening a new browser)
18:31:00  <Leeol2>gjtorikian: That crashes, as it tries to launch a browser (i assume)
18:31:06  <gjtorikian>ah
18:31:16  <Leeol2>Exactly, browser launching is why i appended --start
18:31:19  <gjtorikian>Ok, so get a crash, then head on over to ~/.c9/stderr.log and paste what it says
18:31:43  <gjtorikian>sil vous plait
18:32:16  <Leeol2>gjtorikian: stderr.log is empty
18:32:25  <gjtorikian>fudge
18:32:29  <gjtorikian>stdout.log ?
18:32:34  <Leeol2>Same
18:32:34  <mattpardee>you mean "merde" ? :-P
18:32:39  <Leeol2>one sec, copying the crash for you
18:32:56  <Leeol2>Though, when i looked up the crash, it seems to be simply a problem with a browser launching (and failing)
18:33:04  <Leeol2>(I'm using VM-Headless box)
18:33:37  <Leeol2>gjtorikian: https://gist.github.com/c0a4dc4f417a16251253
18:33:45  <gjtorikian>And after running --start, can you open the browser to http://localhost:13339/ ?
18:34:00  <Leeol2>lol, never tried, let me open the ports
18:34:04  <gjtorikian>heh
18:34:12  <Leeol2>It never said *anything* about what port/etc it was running on, so i had *no* idea
18:34:24  <gjtorikian>Yeah, perhaps we should put that in the --help message
18:34:35  <gjtorikian>Technically speaking you have control over this port info
18:34:44  <gjtorikian>Just change the vals in ~/.c9/config.json
18:34:55  <gjtorikian>though i've never actually tried, so don't listen to me.
18:37:25  <Leeol2>lol well shoot
18:37:34  <Leeol2>It seems to work locally, but i need to reassign the IP
18:37:47  <Leeol2>I assume there are no cmd line options, so i'll try changing the config
18:38:08  <Leeol2>If i curl localhost:13339, i get "Redirecting to login!"
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18:42:57  <Leeol2>gjtorikian: Well i tried changing the runtime hostname and it went poof, with the following error: https://gist.github.com/b34d5589d5d0f4f36a8f
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18:43:19  <gjtorikian>Interesting
18:43:28  <gjtorikian>Perhaps try bin/c9 --restart
18:43:45  <gjtorikian>and launch the browser again (restart should open it, but it sounds like it's crashing for you anyway)
18:44:18  <Leeol2>Well yea, there is no browser, headless machine and all
18:45:11  <Leeol2>the process is running again, `curl localhost:13339` returns "Redirecting to login!", but it's not exposed to the proper IP, so i can't access it from out of the box
18:47:30  <gjtorikian>hmmm
18:48:32  <Leeol2>Yea, it really doesn't want to start from a different IP xD
18:48:46  <Leeol2>Time to start digging through the minified code :s
18:51:06  <gjtorikian>yeah i wouldn't do that
18:51:08  <gjtorikian>i'll log a bug
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19:07:31  <Leeol2>gjtorikian: Got it to redirect .. though, i did bad things lol
19:08:46  <Leeol2>gjtorikian: I installed a fresh copy, located 4 instances of "localhost" within the c9local codebase, replaced those instances of "localhost" with the IP i want, and ran bin/c9
19:08:56  <Leeol2>The end result is, it is listening on the hostname i want
19:09:11  <Leeol2>It then forwards me to http://10.0.2.15:13339/signin.html, which may not be right :s
19:09:16  <Leeol2>(since it fails)
19:09:50  <gjtorikian>should be https://
19:09:55  <Leeol2>(I'm obviously approaching the problem with an Iron Fist of Doom, grep style.. but hey, i'm amped on Monster lol.)
19:09:57  <gjtorikian>not sure why it sends you to http
19:10:28  <Leeol2>Not sure, https fails too
19:10:45  <Leeol2>I probably broke 10 things by replacing 4 strings, so i wouldn't take it too seriously :s
19:11:33  <Leeol2>Seeing as the code is minified, it's hard to tell what the values were. Most of them seemed like backups incase the config's localRuntimeHostname didn't exist
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19:14:45  <Leeol2>gjtorikian: Got it to load properly
19:15:38  <Leeol2>gjtorikian: The url forwards an absolute value.. so it ignores things like port forwarding, network forwarding, etc
19:16:59  <Leeol2>Though, signing in doesn't seem to be doing anything.. and it loads slow as snail.. urine.
19:18:45  <Leeol2>gjtorikian: Yea.. it looks like all sorts of code is using absolute values, so all js loads, c9local/ui/connected.js, etc.. it all fails to load.
19:19:54  <Leeol2>Ie, http://localhost:55555/signin.html attempts to load the js file: http://10.0.2.15:13339/c9local/ui/connected.js and fails hard. :s
19:20:24  <Leeol2>Well, i guess that's all the further i am going to poke.. rewriting a bunch of relative vars to absolute vars with minified code seems like a waste of time. Back to c9repo i go :s
19:22:46  <Leeol2>You guys should really publish c9local to the public.. it's all JS code so it's not like you're "protecting" anything.. it just potentially annoys people lol.
19:24:38  <gjtorikian>there is some authentication stuff we are trying to protect, but it's true, a determined person could just sort it out
19:24:44  <gjtorikian>we are well aware how javascript works :)
19:24:59  <gjtorikian>it's on the todo, at any rate
19:25:14  <gjtorikian>i like to think we're pretty dang open with all our code
19:25:31  <gjtorikian>except billing and deployments, stuff like that
19:27:49  <mattpardee>process usually goes like this
19:28:11  <mattpardee>1. Create private repo, 2. Innovate, 3. Fix, 4. Remove sensitive materials, 5. Open Source
19:28:27  <mattpardee>right now we're still on steps 2 & 3
19:29:46  <Leeol2>gjtorikian: Yea, didn't mean to imply you didn't know how JS worked lol, it's just annoying looking at minified code :P
19:30:02  <gjtorikian>i know, that's why I look at the unobfuscated source when i work on it :D
19:30:09  <gjtorikian>i kid, i kid
19:31:06  <Leeol2>Yea
19:37:01  <Leeol2>gjtorikian: Just hurry up and make the unobfuscated code work for the rest of us :P
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21:13:22  <ggoodman>you guys doing some sort of devops right now?
21:13:42  <ggoodman>first time I've ever seen the "No servers available" message
21:13:49  <mattpardee>we're down
21:13:52  <mattpardee>looking into it
21:14:13  <ggoodman>If you haven't noticed, I'm the harbinger of bad news :P
21:14:34  <ggoodman>Only join the channel when things are going poorly... I feel bad about it to be sure
21:15:32  <mattpardee>back
21:16:18  <ggoodman>oh glorious day
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21:22:08  <gjtorikian>btw ggoodman, are you still having git permission issues ?
21:22:15  <gjtorikian>or, heh, when you get back access, will it still happen
21:22:25  <gjtorikian>i was about to respond to you yesterday but you disappeared
21:22:39  <ggoodman>gjtorikian: All is well once again
21:22:44  <gjtorikian>huzzah
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21:22:56  <ggoodman>though I got lazy and made a crappy all-encompassing commit message
21:23:36  <gjtorikian>there is no shame in this
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21:25:37  <ggoodman>thanks guys, gotta run... ttyl
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