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00:14:50  <luvit-bb>build #901 of virgo-ubuntu10.04_x64 is complete: Success [build successful] Build details are at https://virgo-bb.k1k.me/builders/virgo-ubuntu10.04_x64/builds/901
00:17:54  <luvit-bb>build #567 of virgo-rhel6.1_x64 is complete: Success [build successful] Build details are at https://virgo-bb.k1k.me/builders/virgo-rhel6.1_x64/builds/567
00:20:40  <luvit-bb>build #888 of virgo-windows2008_x64 is complete: Success [build successful] Build details are at https://virgo-bb.k1k.me/builders/virgo-windows2008_x64/builds/888
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11:49:58  <dpiri>hi !
11:50:04  <dpiri>anyone using luvit in production ?
12:08:30  <xming>rackspace does
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12:58:08  <dpiri>oh. ok, that is great to know.
12:58:26  <dpiri>and, how can I generate public lua API docs of luvit ?
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13:31:11  <philips>dpiri: We haven't done any work on docs, so none exist >_<
13:36:24  <dpiri>oh. hmm, at least something with class names and function names ? like a simple list
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13:36:37  <dpiri>or, if you can point me at the source files that contains those bindings. maybe I could help with it.
13:37:04  <dpiri>I would love to contribute to luvit by the way. As I am planning to use it in production (relatively small scale) soon.
13:44:21  <xming_>I am self rather new, docs is either src or node.js
13:52:07  <dpiri>oh, I see. so API replicates node.js closely ?
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14:14:11  <xming_>that's what they told me :D I know nothing about node.js
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14:28:55  <rphillips>yes it does
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16:06:25  <creationix>Alright, now that utahjs is done, my next talk is nodeconf where I'll be talking about libuv bindings
16:06:41  <creationix>so I want to get luvit, luvmonkey, and candor.io all working with latest libuv
16:06:51  <creationix>libuv recently changed the ref system to be a lot saner
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16:07:38  <creationix>I'll do candor first since it's the cleanest code, then once I understand the new libuv api, I'll do either luvit or luvmonkey next
16:07:46  <creationix>(luvmonkey is a time sink, the sm API is very hard)
16:08:21  <dvv>so have we settled upon modules?
16:09:51  <creationix>dvv what do you mean?
16:10:15  <creationix>Also I get my raspberry PI any day now
16:10:31  <creationix>I want to build luvit for that and package for standalone luvit-based games
16:10:38  <creationix>so I'll need modular luvit
16:10:49  <dvv>this is what i meant
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16:12:23  <creationix>dvv, it's settled in that I want to do it
16:12:31  <creationix>but I haven't been able to set aside time for it yet
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17:55:17  <xming_>by modeular do you mean compile time feature slection?
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21:17:35  <CIA-117>Michael Kandrashoff master * r29dad5b / lib/luvit/fs.lua : lib/luvit/fs.lua: Added error that breaks if non-string is passed to writeFile - http://git.io/z9eqzg
21:17:35  <CIA-117>Brandon Philips master * r8426fb8 / lib/luvit/fs.lua : Merge pull request #232 from racker/fileWritetype - http://git.io/aXPzsQ
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21:27:39  <mkandrashoff>rphillips: I am trying to build my TLS ticketing test and I can't seem to figure out how to save a session, disconnect, and then restart it to confirm that ticketing is in fact happening. Any ideas?
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23:15:27  <rphillips>mkandrashoff: hmm
23:15:36  <rphillips>i'm not familiar with the ticketing code
23:15:41  <rphillips>pquerna may have insight
23:17:48  <mkandrashoff>rphillips: I think we got it.
23:18:04  <mkandrashoff>You'll see a pull request soon (and it will probably require a little attention)
23:18:11  <rphillips>awesome
23:18:21  <rphillips>was it the getSession/setSession functions?
23:19:10  <mkandrashoff>Didn't call those directly.
23:19:31  <mkandrashoff>I had to edit the tls.connect() function though.
23:20:25  <rphillips>cool. I look forward to seeing the PR. awesome job
23:23:22  <mkandrashoff>Remind me, will I have to get my PR for Luvit merged before I can test my new Virgo code?
23:24:25  <rphillips>mkandrashoff: push to a luvit fork in your own github repo... you can `git add remote` your other repo and checkout your branch
23:24:59  <rphillips>that is how I work, but to-each-their-own
23:25:30  <rphillips>philips (brandon) could walk you through it if you aren't comfortable with git yet
23:26:12  <mkandrashoff>He has been. I was just confirming that the build path for Virgo doesn't depend on the master of /luvit/luvit
23:26:31  <philips>mkandrashoff: no, the dep/luvit submodule keys off of racker/luvit
23:27:12  <philips>mkandrashoff: So that we don't block in /luvit/luvit if we have stuff we need to get work done in virgo that isn't reviewed/backed well enough to merge to /luvit/luvit
23:27:37  <philips>s/backed/baked
23:29:34  <mkandrashoff>philips: Can I have the submodule key off of my local repo?
23:36:20  <philips>We need to add a toplevel malloc handler that just kills luvit if a malloc fails
23:37:37  <pquerna>malloc never fails in linux
23:37:42  <pquerna>not sure what this would add?
23:38:17  <philips>pquerna: What about freebsd, osx, windows?
23:38:24  <pquerna>windows maybe
23:38:34  <pquerna>but osx/freebsd are simliiar afaik on overcommitting
23:39:12  <philips>pquerna: ok, I was just noticing we don't ever check the return from malloc anywhere and didn't know the windows behaviour
23:39:41  <pquerna>looks like windows does overcommit too
23:40:13  <philips>pquerna: sick great
23:40:17  <pquerna>(virtual memory)--
23:40:24  <philips>pquerna: Userspace++
23:41:06  <pquerna>you mean you aren't onboard for phase 4, integrating vrgo into the frebsd kernel?
23:41:18  <philips>Don't talk about phase 4 here!