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15:41:55  <jonitrythall>Hi there! I'm with botbot.me and we had a request to log this channel. creationix, are you around to confirm?
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18:07:45  <rphillips>really slick email to the luvit mailing list on streams
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18:59:22  <dan336>that is slick.
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19:25:42  <creationix>rphillips: I got irc working again. How’s it going?
19:26:36  <creationix>I designed a really effecient storage and sync database protocol for a central package repository. It uses git compatable hashes for blobs, trees, and tags
19:28:18  <creationix>It has anonymous package retrieval with local caching of blobs. Pushing new data to the db is mostly designed. I just need to finalize how auth will work
19:31:20  <rphillips>creationix: mentioned this morning about a cool email on the mailing list
19:31:47  <creationix>the one about streams?
19:31:52  <rphillips>on eto this week
19:31:54  <rphillips>right
19:32:07  <rphillips>there are a couple prs from me
19:32:31  <rphillips>sweet about the package repo
19:33:16  <creationix>cool, enjoy the week. I got kidnapped to go van shopping this morning
19:33:31  <creationix>our little subcompact isn’t going to work for long with 4th child on the way
19:33:40  <rphillips>heh
19:34:26  <rphillips>https://github.com/luvit/luvit/pull/545
19:34:35  <rphillips>the windows binary needs to be moved over
19:34:48  <rphillips>the pr should pass then
19:35:19  <rphillips>got a few more tls tests in but I want parity before I merge it
19:38:34  <creationix>“moved over"
19:40:32  <creationix>?
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19:52:16  <rch>email abotu streams? hmm
19:52:49  <rch>oh the one with all the code
19:53:16  <creationix>yep
19:56:39  <rphillips>creationix: the tiny binary is the fat binary
19:56:57  <rphillips>it was just swapped in the luvi/binaries repo
19:57:06  <creationix>interesting. I wonder how I did that
19:57:15  <rphillips>I don't have acces to that repo either
19:58:21  <creationix>ok, I just swapped them. I’ll give you access
19:58:58  <creationix>luvit admins now have push support
19:59:03  <creationix>sorry about that
20:00:30  <creationix>ok, updated luvi-binaries is in luvi-up branch, you can rebase into your tls branch
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20:04:06  <travis-ci>Change view : https://github.com/luvit/luvit/compare/5c04d55a0380...958ec412d787
20:04:06  <travis-ci>Build details : http://travis-ci.org/luvit/luvit/builds/42000643
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20:45:55  <travis-ci>luvit/luvit#1253 (process - c6edd21 : Ryan Phillips): The build passed.
20:45:55  <travis-ci>Change view : https://github.com/luvit/luvit/compare/3cc82e19310e...c6edd210c13a
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22:15:21  <rphillips>nice
22:15:21  <rphillips>thanks
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22:47:13  <dan336>ok, so here is a question: is the recommended way to call an overwritten method in a sub class this way -> `self.meta.super:initialize()` ? or is there something shorter?
22:52:15  <dan336>or should it just be called directly? `Parent.initialize(self)`
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22:57:38  <rphillips>dan336: i usually do SomeClass.initialize(self)
22:58:17  <rphillips>i suggest doing the SomeClass.initialize, since that is less likely to break if we change '.meta' to something else
22:58:31  <rphillips>i doubt it will
22:58:43  <rphillips>though
22:59:52  <dan336>thanks.
23:11:08  <dan336>rphillips: by the way, a few weeks ago you talked to me about updating lever to have a streams based api, and you couldn't find an example of how it would look. I couldn't either, but I had a bit of time these last few days and played around with it a bit.
23:11:17  <dan336>I think it turned out kind of interesting, https://github.com/DBarney/lever
23:11:30  <dan336>Its not perfect though.
23:19:30  <rch>oh sweet you're using luvit-stream
23:21:34  <dan336>yeah it is, it seemed pretty feature complete, and being part of the virgo toolkit, I felt it should be decently future safe.
23:21:41  <rch>cool
23:22:09  <rch>btw not sure if you've seen this but it's a fun http client stream api https://github.com/substack/hyperquest
23:23:56  <dan336>no i didn't, looks pretty good though.
23:28:01  <dan336>hmm, yeah that wouldn't be hard to do...
23:46:53  <rphillips>dan336: man. that is cool
23:47:12  <rphillips>I don't think that was me though
23:49:34  <rphillips>dan336: comments on the new luvi and luvit would be greatly appreciated as well
23:49:56  <rphillips>do you embed luvit or use the binary?