00:11:33  <bmatusiak_>the local IDE isn't 0.8 ready is it?
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00:17:47  <gjtorikian>local meaning, c9local ?
00:17:54  <gjtorikian>like the little web app ?
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00:18:15  <gjtorikian>it is not 0.8 ready, but it will be. and it will also be something awesome-r soon
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00:42:58  <bmatusiak_>ping: cannot resolve c9.io: Unknown host
00:44:04  <mattpardee>working fine here
00:44:24  <mattpardee>main site, dashboard and workspace
00:45:06  <bmatusiak_>wierd
00:45:25  <bmatusiak_>http://status.c9.io/ works but no banner or footer
00:46:05  <mattpardee>not sure
00:46:09  <mattpardee>that works fine here
00:46:25  <bmatusiak_>dang
00:46:30  <bmatusiak_>well break time then
00:46:39  <mattpardee>http://www.downforeveryoneorjustme.com/c9.io
00:46:54  <bmatusiak_>lmao
00:46:58  <bmatusiak_>nice
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09:01:04  <acemtp>nice
09:01:46  <acemtp>mattpardee: could be a nice chrome/ff extension, if the browser does a 404, it call this website to be sure :)
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10:55:36  <zefhemel>!status
10:55:38  <c9bot>High project creation failure rate ( http://status.c9.io/ )
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12:56:41  <bmatusiak_>!goodmorning
12:57:27  <MerlinDMC>morning
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13:15:51  <acemtp>damned
13:16:02  <acemtp>the c9 terminal really doesn't like french keyboard
13:16:14  <acemtp>the pipe key is no working on both mac and windows
13:16:16  <acemtp>|
13:28:58  <MerlinDMC>where is that pipe on the french keyboard? ^^
13:29:28  <acemtp>ALTGR+6
13:29:36  <acemtp>on windows
13:29:53  <acemtp>and ALT+SHIFT+L on mac
13:43:24  <acemtp>what can i do when i have that
13:43:24  <acemtp>Problem changing directory; it does not exist or something else failed. More info: Error: ENOTCONNECTED: Agent is offline, try again later
13:44:16  <acemtp>seems that i cannot execute commands anymore in the http://clip2net.com/s/2tVfI
13:44:35  <acemtp>i cannot see the files neither
13:44:46  <acemtp>i think i killed the node process and i shouldnot
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13:49:18  <acemtp>bmatusiak_: ?
13:49:58  <bmatusiak_>try copy and paste
13:50:07  <acemtp>bmatusiak: no it s not a problem
13:50:26  <acemtp>bmatusiak: the problem is that i think i killed the process you use to connect the vm with the ide
13:50:40  <acemtp>bmatusiak: i cannot display the source tree or executing commands
13:51:01  <bmatusiak_>if your not afraid to loose your settings
13:51:07  <acemtp>nop
13:51:11  <bmatusiak_>try adding ?reset=1 to the url
13:51:30  <acemtp>still not working
13:51:34  <bmatusiak_>https://c9.io/bmatusiak/project?reset=1
13:51:35  <acemtp>https://c9.io/acemtp/meteortest
13:51:44  <acemtp>try to open the workspaces files
13:52:23  <acemtp>http://clip2net.com/s/2tVnM
13:52:23  <mattpardee_>hi acemtp
13:52:32  <mattpardee_>indeed it looks like we have lost connection to your gear
13:52:40  <mattpardee_>can you e-mail [email protected] with your details
13:52:40  <acemtp>mattpardee: hi, i think i killed the gear :/
13:52:51  <mattpardee_>acemtp perhaps, but we have fault tolerance for that
13:52:54  <acemtp>you use a nodejs for that?
13:52:57  <mattpardee_>it should reconnect automaticaly even if you kill the node
13:53:00  <acemtp>oh
13:53:06  <mattpardee_>although something else could be going wrong
13:53:13  <mattpardee_>but a devops guy needs to look at this
13:53:22  <mattpardee_>we had problems with our workspaces/gears today
13:53:24  <acemtp>damned, i just finished the how to meteor on c9 and i have this ;
13:53:25  <acemtp>:(
13:53:42  <mattpardee_>sorry about that :-\. It might be a quick fix
13:53:53  <bmatusiak_>morning mattpardee_
13:53:54  <acemtp>i hope so
13:53:54  <mattpardee_>they're on Amsterdam time so they're actively fielding support tickets at this moment
13:53:58  <mattpardee_>with the rest of the dev team
13:54:01  <mattpardee_>morning bmatusiak_ !
13:55:15  <acemtp>sent, now i ll have to wait i think :)
13:55:46  <mattpardee_>I'm already touching base with a couple of our devs
13:55:51  <mattpardee_>see if they can handle it
13:55:58  <acemtp>even openterminal doesn't work anymore
13:56:04  <acemtp>i ll try with a new workspace to see
13:56:44  <acemtp>ok it works since on the new one
13:56:46  <mattpardee_>yeah if the agent isn't connected it's like trying to take off from the airport without a plane
13:56:58  <acemtp>but my files are on the non working workspace of course :)
13:57:31  <acemtp>i start failing when i killed 2627 17903 0.0 0.0 9228 1100 ? Ss 08:56 0:00 /bin/bash /var/lib/stickshift/837b50126bda45c2ae2252bdf90dad19/app-root/data/bin/node -e (function(){function n(r){var i=-1;for(var s=0,o=r.len
13:57:32  <mattpardee_>!ports
13:57:40  <mattpardee_>!port
13:57:41  <c9bot>https://openshift.redhat.com/community/kb/kb-e1038-i-cant-bind-to-a-port
13:57:43  <mattpardee_>where's c9bot
13:57:45  <mattpardee_>ah there he is
13:57:53  <bmatusiak_>humm
13:58:23  <bmatusiak_>ill add some stuff like !add port:ports URL...
13:58:26  <bmatusiak_>to c9bot
13:59:06  <mattpardee_>fuzzybot
13:59:20  <bmatusiak_>whats that :P
13:59:52  <bmatusiak_>!add support http://support.cloud9ide.com/anonymous_requests/new
13:59:55  <c9bot>Added Command: support
13:59:58  <bmatusiak_>is that a good link?
14:00:05  <acemtp>mattpardee: indeed, when i kill it, it restarts asap, but not on my other workspace
14:00:25  <mattpardee_>yeah
14:00:31  <mattpardee_>there's something else going on
14:00:48  <acemtp>there s no nodejs http://clip2net.com/s/2tVvn
14:00:48  <mattpardee_>not sure bmatusiak_
14:01:04  <acemtp>is there a way to run manually the node script?
14:01:24  <mattpardee_>acemtp what do you mean?
14:01:27  <mattpardee_>besides hitting the run button?
14:01:32  <mattpardee_>you can run node inside the terminal
14:01:37  <mattpardee_>node [script]
14:01:38  <acemtp>the agent script
14:01:43  <acemtp>ta/bin/node -e (function(){function n(r){var i=-1;for(var s=0,o=r.len
14:01:51  <acemtp>this thing you run automatically
14:01:54  <mattpardee_>you killed it?
14:01:58  <mattpardee_>and it didn't come back?
14:02:16  <acemtp>yes
14:02:22  <mattpardee_>oh my
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14:02:59  <acemtp>as you can see http://clip2net.com/s/2tVvn
14:04:53  <zefhemel>What's the workspace with this problem?
14:05:11  <acemtp>https://c9.io/acemtp/meteortest
14:06:10  <zefhemel>try to reload now
14:06:30  <acemtp>zefhemel: \o/ thank you
14:06:48  <acemtp>i ll not kill it anymore :)
14:06:55  <zefhemel>np, not sure what happened there though.
14:06:59  <acemtp>i thought it was one of my old node things
14:07:05  <zefhemel>Killing should respawn it always
14:07:13  <zefhemel>Matt also tried that just now I think, worked fine for him.
14:08:40  <acemtp>yes i tried to kill them on another workspace and it worked to
14:08:41  <acemtp>too
14:08:46  <acemtp>i don't know what s wrong with my WS
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14:24:54  <acemtp>dm-0: write failed, user block limit reached.
14:24:57  <acemtp>oh?
14:25:55  <mattpardee_>hmm zefhemel do you know?
14:26:13  <acemtp>i just tried to create 2 meteor projects on the workspace
14:26:33  <acemtp>it s when he tried to create the mongodb
14:26:43  <acemtp>seems to work now
14:26:48  <zefhemel>We have a 1GB workspace size limit
14:26:57  <zefhemel>Do you get close to that?
14:26:57  <acemtp>it s huge
14:27:16  <acemtp>no no
14:28:30  <zefhemel>or a ton of files
14:29:05  <acemtp>i ll check on google
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14:31:55  <acemtp>mattpardee_ : this time it s seems important http://clip2net.com/s/2tVZ4
14:32:07  <mattpardee_>yes we see that too
14:32:16  <acemtp>ok it s not me this time ;)
14:32:26  <mattpardee_>no definitely not :-)
14:35:53  <bmatusiak_>awww you guys took the dashboard down :P
14:36:02  <acemtp>ahah
14:36:15  <acemtp>hire me as beta tester, i m good as breaking things ;)
14:37:44  <bmatusiak_>beta testers are not hired, there chosen , AFAIK
14:37:47  <bmatusiak_>:P
14:44:47  <bmatusiak_>the c9dev.doc get updated yesterday?
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14:56:05  <acemtp>hey guys, before i share the page, can someone test the howto and tell me if it works ? c9install.meteor.com
14:56:08  <acemtp>http://c9install.meteor.com
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15:00:10  <Kakera>I'm getting errors
15:00:15  <Kakera>Could not proxy request 23.22.192.131:3382/dashboard.html -> 23.22.192.131:3382
15:02:04  <bmatusiak_>!status
15:02:05  <c9bot>Everything up and running! ( http://status.c9.io/ )
15:03:08  <acemtp>bmatusiak: c9bot is just sutpid
15:03:13  <acemtp>i still have could not proxy...
15:03:17  <acemtp>c9bot lies!!!
15:03:30  <acemtp>burn it!
15:05:48  <bmatusiak_>lol
15:05:55  <ceej>ye I'm getting it too
15:05:56  <ceej>Could not proxy request 23.22.192.131:3370/cj/acd-subro -> 23.22.192.131:3370
15:06:25  <ceej>http://screencast.com/t/3uqowJrkOle
15:06:35  <bmatusiak_>!add owned You Fail!
15:06:39  <c9bot>Added Command: owned
15:06:48  <Kakera>time to ssh+nano
15:09:20  <janjongboom>we're experiencing same load issues as this morning, we're investigating
15:10:49  <acemtp>janjongboom: good luck
15:13:32  <bmatusiak_>sense c9.io is acting up time to start up photoshop and play with some images
15:16:01  <janjongboom>!status
15:16:02  <c9bot>Problems loading workspaces ( http://status.c9.io/ )
15:24:01  <janjongboom>!status
15:24:02  <c9bot>Everything up and running ( http://status.c9.io/ )
15:24:26  <Kakera>awesome
15:24:33  <janjongboom>thanks for reporting all
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16:44:59  <bmatusiak_>I'm running a photoshop script to export a list of images, is taking forever
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18:41:17  <acemtp>a missing feature is to be able to locate a user, for example a button on the chat, i click on it and it open the file/line where the cursor of the guy is
18:41:43  <gjtorikian>yeah I am pretty sure that is on the backlog
18:41:58  <acemtp>sure too :)
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20:13:10  <nicholasrbowers>hey there.
20:13:17  <mattpardee>howdy
20:13:33  <nicholasrbowers>I had a few quick questions about Cloud9 if anyone could help?
20:15:29  <nicholasrbowers>I just discovered Cloud9 today.. Does anyone know if there is any Google Drive integration? Or would everything have to be completely separate?
20:21:07  <mattpardee>no google drive integration at this time
20:21:23  <mattpardee>we do have git and hg support so you can push elsewhere
20:21:34  <nicholasrbowers>Ah, I see.
20:22:14  <nicholasrbowers>& does anyone know if there is a way to compile .SCSS files to .CSS within the Cloud9 environment?
20:23:19  <mattpardee>is there an NPM package for it?
20:23:33  <mattpardee>you can install npm packages in the terminal (Alt-T) or command-line at the bottom
20:23:51  <mattpardee>and then run them in the CLI or terminal on your files
20:25:34  <nicholasrbowers>I'm unfamiliar with NPM :/
20:26:02  <nicholasrbowers>The way I normally compile them is with the command in a CLI "sass --watch file:file" or with compass in the CLI
20:26:14  <mattpardee>ok
20:26:24  <mattpardee>I'm guessing sass is compatible with a linux environment?
20:26:33  <mattpardee>Alt-T gives you a terminal directly tied to the underlying infrastructure
20:26:43  <mattpardee>so you can install tooling
20:29:07  <nicholasrbowers>Whenever I press Alt-T, a terminal tab pops up, but I can't type in it or anything.
20:29:13  <nicholasrbowers>Using Chromium on Ubuntu
20:29:33  <mattpardee>can you show me a screenshot of what your cloud9 window looks like?
20:30:47  <nicholasrbowers>sure, hold on
20:35:19  <nicholasrbowers>http://static.inky.ws/image/3389/image.jpg
20:35:39  <mattpardee>can you look in the developer console of chrome and see if there are any errors
20:38:24  <nicholasrbowers>it's showing me what it should now "[email protected]" etc. I guess it just took a really long time to load
20:38:36  <mattpardee>that's unfortunate
20:38:40  <nicholasrbowers>but I still can't type into it, and there doesn't seem to be any errors in the console.
20:38:41  <mattpardee>where are you located?
20:38:51  <nicholasrbowers>(developer tools, I mean)
20:38:54  <mattpardee>my guess is an exceptional amount of lag if it's not showing where you type
20:38:55  <nicholasrbowers>Florida
20:38:59  <mattpardee>ok that's odd
20:39:05  <mattpardee>is there anything unusual about your network setup?
20:39:34  <nicholasrbowers>nope. I'm going to close the environment and open it up again
20:39:39  <mattpardee>k
20:40:54  <nicholasrbowers>much better
20:41:03  <nicholasrbowers>Chromium was just being special.
20:41:32  <gjtorikian>there is an npm module for sass: https://github.com/andrew/node-sass
20:41:39  <nicholasrbowers>anyways, ran the normal sass command (which is ruby), and I got this
20:41:42  <nicholasrbowers>[email protected]:~/324266 (master) $ sass --watch main.scss:main.css /opt/rh/ruby193/root/usr/share/rubygems/rubygems/dependency.rb:247:in `to_specs': Could not find sass (>= 0) amongst [ParseTree-3.0.5, RubyInline-3.8.4, ZenTest-4.3.3, activemodel-3.0.13, activesupport-3.0.13
20:41:43  <gjtorikian>there's even gem support (and there's a sass gem)
20:41:50  <nicholasrbowers>oh, awesome
20:42:06  <gjtorikian>and as matt mentioned, it's a full linux enviro, so you could even clone the repo and run make
20:42:38  <gjtorikian>some more info on gems (if you need it): https://docs.c9.io/installing_ruby_gems.html
20:43:14  <bmatusiak_>!add gems https://docs.c9.io/installing_ruby_gems.html
20:43:17  <c9bot>Added Command: gems
20:46:38  <bmatusiak_>!i command you to take over the world.
20:46:40  <c9bot>Yes Master!
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20:49:47  <nicholasrbowers>fantastic
20:49:57  <nicholasrbowers>installed the compass gem and have it compiling
20:50:04  <gjtorikian>huzzah !
20:50:15  <nicholasrbowers>when you install a gem, does it install it for all workspaces, or only your current one?
20:50:23  <bmatusiak_>current one
20:50:23  <gjtorikian>mattpardee I wonder what the overhead would be if we just bundle common gems / npm mobuldes / python packages
20:50:35  <mattpardee>we should have packages like
20:50:38  <mattpardee>"Front End Developer"
20:50:43  <mattpardee>or just choose them
20:50:47  <mattpardee>that's what c9pm is for
20:51:04  <mattpardee>so basically we have the framework for it, just not the GUI
20:51:05  <gjtorikian>yeah but in this scenario c9pm and gem install is transparent
20:51:12  <gjtorikian>oh i see
20:51:14  <gjtorikian>duh
20:51:16  <gjtorikian>c9pm front-end
20:51:32  <gjtorikian>c9pem arcane would install a lisp editor and turn all your colors to 8K, etc
20:52:13  <mattpardee>c9pet would install a wizard that wants to help you write letters
20:52:36  <bmatusiak_>c9pm link could be added to c9bot :P
20:52:51  <mattpardee>one day after the apocalypse c9bot will still be in here
20:52:56  <mattpardee>chatting with hermself
20:53:10  <bmatusiak_>ill build another bot so it won't be lonly
20:53:59  <bmatusiak_>or ill program it to talk to chanserv
20:54:06  <mattpardee>good idea
20:54:09  <nicholasrbowers>thanks guys for the help on that one! Fun stuff!
20:54:33  <mattpardee>np!
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20:55:05  <nicholasrbowers>have a GUI question now. How do you enable the minimap that is similar to that found in Sublime Text or Text Mate? I read that it's included in the 1.6 changelog.
20:55:31  <nicholasrbowers>https://c9.io/site/blog/2011/08/new-1-6-release/
20:55:48  <mattpardee>ah yeah we disabled that because it was causing so many problems
20:55:56  <mattpardee>it became a sinkhole
20:56:26  <nicholasrbowers>:( it's so pretty though.
20:56:31  <mattpardee>I'm glad we did. Actually Chrome *still* has a problem with modifying the font style of *ALL* CSS fonts when it would encounter the technique we had to use
20:56:37  <nicholasrbowers>way to destroy my life.
20:56:40  <mattpardee>yeah but having it on literally destroys chrome
20:56:41  <mattpardee>:-D
20:57:22  <nicholasrbowers>Well, I trust that you'll find a way to fix it ;) it's just so sexy.
20:58:03  <mattpardee>yeah likely through webgl
20:58:08  <mattpardee>it's the only reasonable way
20:58:17  <mattpardee>and it probably won't need to be a minimap on the sidebar
20:58:28  <mattpardee>but the entire editor will be a minimap when you press a certain key combo
20:58:41  <nicholasrbowers>That would be cool
20:58:43  <mattpardee>anyway I'm getting ahead of myself
20:58:50  <nicholasrbowers>just a zoom out feature would be nice so you can easily navigate
20:58:50  <mattpardee>ambition exceeding time, as always :-)
20:59:38  <nicholasrbowers>lightning round:
20:59:45  * mattpardeereadies fingers
20:59:45  <nicholasrbowers>switching tabs keyboard shortcut?
20:59:54  <mattpardee>Command/Ctrl + [ ]
21:00:00  <nicholasrbowers>multiple columns similar to sublime text?
21:00:02  <mattpardee>go to Help -> Keyboard Shortcuts
21:00:09  <mattpardee>we have a splitview in active progress
21:00:11  <nicholasrbowers>Oh, didn't see that :P
21:00:12  <mattpardee>might be ready soon
21:01:31  <nicholasrbowers>Awesome
21:01:39  <nicholasrbowers>and autocomplete brackets?
21:02:14  <mattpardee>we have autocomplete for JS
21:02:17  <mattpardee>JS/NodeJS
21:02:19  <nicholasrbowers>and HTML
21:02:24  <nicholasrbowers>but not CSS :(
21:02:27  <mattpardee>CSS and PHP on its way
21:02:57  <nicholasrbowers>will CSS include SASS?
21:03:00  <nicholasrbowers>SCSS*
21:03:42  <mattpardee>no
21:04:36  <nicholasrbowers>balls
21:04:46  <nicholasrbowers>in due time I guess
21:05:13  <gjtorikian>actually we landed CSS support
21:05:17  <gjtorikian>it's not deployed yet though
21:05:31  <gjtorikian>and PHP
21:05:58  <nicholasrbowers>And idk why I didn't lead off with this question, as it's probably the most simple, but how do you do the realtime editing of code together? I'm trying to do it using the demo project
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21:11:03  <mattpardee>just pass off the URL to another developer
21:11:11  <mattpardee>and they'll show up in the members list sidebar on the right
21:11:16  <mattpardee>brb have to take my dog out
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22:35:39  <bmatusiak_>what a good afternoon
22:40:19  <bmatusiak_>hey mattpardee i have a idea
22:40:49  <mattpardee>ok
22:40:51  <mattpardee>what is it
22:41:11  <bmatusiak_>allow project creation from tar
22:41:51  <bmatusiak_>this will allow cloning another workspace
22:42:03  <bmatusiak_>easier
22:42:22  <mattpardee>yeah you could like
22:42:26  <bmatusiak_>https://c9.io/usabrad86/c9ext-brad/api/project/download
22:42:29  <mattpardee>tar your project on the command line
22:42:42  <mattpardee>or call that with wget from another workspace
22:42:59  <mattpardee>and unzip it from the new workspace
22:43:03  <mattpardee>I'm off to nap
22:43:04  <mattpardee>what a week
22:43:08  <mattpardee>new developer site up btw
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22:51:36  <bmatusiak_>oo found a bug already
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