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13:29:56  <ldub_>good morning, little help needed ^^: i'm using weblit-app and didn't find a way to handle query strings (extract var1 and var2 from http://....?var1=xxx&var2=yyy ) . Anything already exist ?
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14:57:01  <ldub_>okay seems to work, so i've imported querystring lib and use parse function. this could be nice to embed it in weblit-app and fill "req.query" at compileRoute time
15:29:08  <rphillips>creationix: hmm. that test works on my machine
15:29:14  <rphillips>the multicast one
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15:41:23  <ldub_>sorry compileRoute is the wrong place... handleRequest should be fine
15:46:20  <creationix>correct, weblit doesn’t yet handle query strings
15:46:38  <creationix>but that could be easily added in a plugin
15:46:43  <creationix>or even added to core
15:48:17  <ldub_>creationix: i think it is so common that it should be in weblit-app
15:48:30  <creationix>could be part of the route
15:48:41  <creationix>I’m already stripping the query string off when matching, might as well also parse it
15:50:45  <ldub_>creationix: nice
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19:38:02  <rphillips>creationix: luvi ${SRC_DIR}/lit.zip -- make ${SRC_DIR}/lit.zip
19:38:17  <rphillips>is there a way to have it not download the upstream executable?
19:38:48  <creationix>you mean, fore to use internal luvi binary?
19:38:51  <creationix>*force
19:39:03  <rphillips>well. I want to use the luvi binary I built
19:39:17  <rphillips>but it appears to be always downloading the upstream binary
19:39:28  <rphillips>the upstream binary fails on centos58
19:39:29  <creationix>I see, there is no option for that
19:39:33  <creationix>it could be added though
19:39:47  <rphillips>that would be slick
19:40:38  <creationix>now if your custom luvi matches the version in it’s package.lua with the version lit requests, it won’t download upstream
19:41:26  <creationix>something else I’ve considered it doung a semver version match and allowing newer versions of luvi than what is required
19:41:29  <creationix>*doing
19:41:59  <creationix>wait, luvi doesn’t have package.lua, it gets the version from git describe
19:42:16  <rphillips>hmm. maybe my tag is off
19:42:26  <creationix>so we would need to allow 1.2.3-4-a538234 to sastify 1.2.3
19:42:44  <rphillips> v2.0.5-3-g40b7756
19:42:52  <creationix>and it wants 2.0.5 right?
19:42:55  <rphillips>right
19:43:01  <creationix>so yeah, adding a range would fix it for your case
19:43:15  <creationix>just need to make sure we ignore the hash as the end
19:43:30  <rphillips>https://github.com/virgo-agent-toolkit/rackspace-monitoring-agent-buildbot-builder/blob/master/build.sh#L27
19:43:38  <rphillips>that is the git clone... I think that is right to checkout a tag
19:45:45  <creationix>that will work
19:45:53  <creationix>as long as you can use the tag directly
19:46:43  <creationix>should we make a “release” branch that points to the latest supported tag?
19:48:19  <creationix>ok, done, checkout the “release” branch
19:51:16  <creationix>add —branch release to your clone line
19:56:19  <rphillips>creationix: thanks tim... looks like that will work
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21:23:21  <rphillips>creationix: around?
21:23:33  <creationix>sure
21:23:44  <rphillips>quick vidyo?
21:24:03  <creationix>I’m on call with alex
21:24:07  <rphillips>ok.
21:35:01  <creationix>rphillips: ready now
21:37:45  <rphillips>creationix: your room?
21:37:48  <creationix>sure
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22:02:07  <rje>creationix, rphillips: mind if i join you guys?
22:02:35  <creationix>if you want, I think we’re almost done
22:02:55  <rphillips>sure np
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22:41:03  <creationix>rje: I just got an ESP8266 esp-12 in the mail. Do you ahve any tips for connecting to the tiny ports on it? They are smaller than the .1” ones I’m used to soldering pins into
22:41:33  <rje>creationix, have a link?
22:41:42  <creationix>https://www.google.com/search?q=esp-12&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=i5hKVc_hDcTAtQWLhoGgCg&ved=0CAkQ_AUoAw&biw=1280&bih=721
22:42:29  <creationix>I also ordered a few full dev kits with usb adapters and bread-board friendly pins, but this one was cheaper and faster
22:43:12  <creationix>I got a 3v3 usb to ttl uart to program it. My plan is to just solder a few wires on directly.
22:44:24  <rje>you're going to need a break out board to do it by hand. 2mm spacing. i think i have something that might do it....
22:44:52  <rje>er you're going to need a break out board OR to do it by hand
22:46:35  <creationix>I don’t have budget left to get one of the many pcb adapters, I guess I’ll just solder some wires by hand. Hopefully I can do 2mm pitch without joining anything
22:47:11  <rje>creationix, these guys do those sort of boards... http://www.schmartboard.com/
22:48:47  <creationix>I also ordered 6 of these from china to monitor parts of my yard and garden http://www.seeedstudio.com/depot/NodeMCU-v2-Lua-based-ESP8266-development-kit-p-2415.html
22:49:00  <creationix>though I’m thinking I should have checked the power requirement of the wifi chip first, it’s thirsty
22:50:17  <rje>those look neat
22:50:32  <creationix>they are super cheap, other than the high power usage, they seem pretty nice
22:50:40  <creationix>and they run something like luvit :)
22:51:57  <rje>when soldering, use flux and when moving your iron tip off the board move towards the edge to encourage the solder to tension on the pad
22:52:05  <creationix>flux?
22:52:50  <rje>http://www.amazon.com/Solder-Flux-Liquid-2oz-10-4202/dp/B004RIF3BM
22:53:20  <rje>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flux_%28metallurgy%29
22:53:29  <rje>flux pens are nicer
22:54:17  <rje>flux helps facilitate wetting (getting the solder to adhere to the pad)
22:56:37  <creationix>neat. I should get some time