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13:29:53  <rphillips>good morning
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14:08:29  <joerg-krause>I'm trying to install luvit-stream with "lit make github://virgo-agent-toolkit/luvit-split-stream", but it fails with "No such package: https://github.com/virgo-agent-toolkit/luvit-stream".
14:08:52  <rphillips>hmm. i'll get that package updated for lit
14:09:05  <rphillips>luvit-stream is integrated into luvit 2 now
14:09:49  <joerg-krause>so luvit-stream is luvit 2 ready now, but luvit-split-stream not?
14:09:58  <rphillips>correct
14:10:09  <joerg-krause>i see, many thanks!
14:16:03  <rch>we could do a lit badge from lit.luvit.io, just an index on package urls bouncing to an image
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14:27:52  <rphillips>joerg-krause: ok... published to virgo-agent-toolkit/split-stream
14:27:56  <rphillips>unit tests pass
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14:36:26  <joerg-krause>rphillips: thanks, this works now
14:37:30  <rphillips>np... joerg-krause: i'm curious what sort of project you are using luvit on
14:42:06  <joerg-krause>rphillips: as an udp client who's listining for commands from a remote device
14:42:33  <rphillips>nice... let us know if you run into any bugs
14:44:10  <joerg-krause>one more question, how do I use the github repo in package.lua as a dependency?
14:46:08  <rphillips>i don't think you can anymore... just the lit short url org/package_name
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14:46:16  <rphillips>creationix: ^
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14:51:58  <joerg-krause>aha! i have to remove the luvit- prefix from luvit-split-stream
14:52:08  <rphillips>correct
14:52:11  <rphillips>sorry
14:52:22  <rphillips>require('split-stream') will work
14:53:47  <joerg-krause>sorry, i meant in package.lua.
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15:39:20  <rch>yeah the luvit- prefix should go the way of the old node- prefix imo
15:41:39  <creationix>google analytics says we had 464 visitors on Thursday to luvit.io
15:44:06  <rphillips>nice
15:44:27  <rphillips>creationix: could you help me fix the windows build?
15:45:03  <rphillips>partial PR https://github.com/luvit/luvit/pull/680
15:45:53  <rphillips>https://gist.github.com/rphillips/7ef5e8e8e7f9603203a7
15:46:00  <rphillips>this gist fails randomly on windows
15:46:25  <rch>https://github.com/luvit/luvit.io/pull/2
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16:18:52  <creationix>joerg-krause: lit doesn’t yet support github repos for dependencies
16:19:00  <creationix>I don’t see any reasons why it shouldn’t be added though
16:19:39  <creationix>though it does introduce another point if failure in your deployment
16:19:47  <creationix>I personally don’t trust github enough to deploy directly from it
16:20:12  <creationix>packages pulled from lit are cached locally and creating a local caching proxy on your own network is trivial
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17:54:40  <rphillips>luvit release?
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17:59:46  <creationix>has much changed since Thursday?
18:00:32  <creationix>I see a bit of process.stdin stuff, that could make for a nice minor release
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18:10:55  <rphillips>yeah, just a point release for the stdin stuff
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19:26:32  <creationix>rphillips: ok, luvit 2.0.3 published
19:26:38  <creationix>hmm, I forgot the changelog though
19:26:51  <rphillips>awesome. thanks tim
19:27:59  <rphillips>https://gist.github.com/rphillips/b501c8320381f1bdca64
19:28:06  <rphillips>updated my libcurl ffi test
19:29:44  <creationix>does that play nice with libuv’s loop?
19:29:49  <rphillips>sure does
19:29:55  <creationix>very nice
19:30:03  <creationix>when you get time, you should write a blog post about how to do it
19:30:23  <rphillips>great idea
19:34:26  <rphillips>we can add it to the examples as well https://github.com/luvit/luvit/pull/681
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21:11:52  <rphillips>creationix: does lit support 2.0.x or 2.x for the version numbers?
21:12:00  <rphillips>in the dependency graph
21:38:40  <rphillips>ok cool... --setup is working
21:44:36  <rje>sweeeet
21:45:24  <rphillips>rje: latest luvi-up branch
21:46:03  <rphillips>took me the entire weekend to figure out the one liner for the stdin stuff
21:58:00  <rphillips>rje: i'm moving on to packaging
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22:31:06  <creationix>rphillips: 2.x.y will match >= 2.x.y and < 3.0.0
22:31:25  <rphillips>nice.
22:36:56  <pippin>todays accomplishment, implemented a two-player (no AI) touch-friendly othello/reversi game in lua, and might finally be momentarily happy with the touch event handling =)
22:37:06  <creationix>nice
22:37:17  <pippin>https://github.com/hodefoting/mrg/blob/master/luajit/flipgame.lua http://pippin.gimp.org/tmp/flipgame.png
22:37:49  <pippin>my lua code writing skills probably are far from ideomatic :]
22:37:58  <rch>=]
22:38:22  <creationix>took me a couple months of writing mostly lua to feel like I got it down
22:43:41  <rphillips>nice!
22:47:53  <pippin>at some point I should look into doing the fun parts of this framework with js and canvas, but this startd in C and is now fun in lua :)
22:49:51  <rch>pippin: check this out https://github.com/creationix/glfw-test
22:50:11  <rch>can make it with opengl as a cross-platform native app with luvit
22:53:45  <pippin>rch: microraptor gui uses cairo; and mostly the image backend (software rasteriser), and doesn't deal with GL/the gpu
22:57:26  <rch>heh yeah i mean mostly just excited about opengl in luvit
22:59:02  <pippin>at some point I might look closer at GL and the things I am playing with, but that is scary territory bordering on reimplementing all of wayland :]
23:00:27  <pippin>I am trying to piece together a full multi tasking/multi process GUI userland written in lua on top of the microraptor gui framework
23:01:19  <rch>https://github.com/hodefoting/mrg
23:01:20  <creationix>pippin: are you using microraptor with luvit?
23:01:21  <rch>neat
23:02:34  <pippin>creationix: I still haven't packaged microraptor properly, and guess when I do,. I should probably split the lua bits out of the C librarys repo as well..
23:03:37  <pippin>for now I just run the code using a minimal built and installed luajit directly in a folder of my working dir, with a copy of a cairo ffi binding I copied from lua rocks
23:03:54  <creationix>neat
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23:07:55  <pippin>this https://github.com/hodefoting/mmm/ is the building block underneat microraptor for the multi-process handling, and I've already ported this http://pippin.gimp.org/tmp/compositor.png "window manager" from C to https://github.com/hodefoting/mrg/blob/master/luajit/host.lua
23:10:16  <pippin>and the luvit angle thus far is that I stumbled across the lit documentation; and added it as something to investigate along with luarocks when pondering how things might tie in with the rest of the lua ecosystem
23:10:49  <creationix>sounds like it will be a nice system
23:17:32  <pippin>the scope is smaller than in sounds, and because of that I think it will be a nice from an educational/tinkering point of view
23:19:22  <pippin>s/than in sounds/than it might seem like/ :]
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23:57:51  <pippin>running $ lit make github://creationix/glfw-test # whether with a lit I've built myself or with the prebuilt binaries,. crashes with:
23:57:54  <pippin>*** glibc detected *** ./lit: free(): invalid pointer: 0x08d62840 ***