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19:05:52  <logikal_jay>Hi guys! Love the IDE, However i am wondering if it possible to override process.env.PORT when running node.js locally, it keeps assigning a random port and i would really like it to use the port I give it.
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20:28:41  <al_the_x>Hey, all. Anyone here working on Javascript with C9?
20:31:05  <al_the_x>I'm trying to run a Javascript program with Node that doesn't listen on a port or socket… Just a simple script.
20:31:47  <al_the_x>I'd like to use the runner for that nice "hit F5 to run" feature, but the Node runtimes seem to all spawn a persistent server process.
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21:35:06  <Clinteger>al_the_x yea the only way i got that to « work » was to make a php/cli script that just uses system() haha
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