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00:22:33  <nopygod>i have this line in my script
00:22:34  <nopygod>var io = SocketIO.listen(8088);
00:23:01  <nopygod>when i go to my jitsu site, i see the "Welcome to socket.io." message
00:23:15  <nopygod>somehow the 8088 port is being ignored
00:23:40  <nopygod>if i remove that line, http requests get handled by express as they are supposed to
00:23:59  <nopygod>any ideas?
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00:36:10  <SubStack>nopygod: nodejitsu apps can only listen on a single port
00:37:08  <jesusabdullah>nopygod: youtr first port gets punched to 80
00:37:14  <jesusabdullah>your*
00:37:54  <nopygod>ah i see, so i must use http-proxy then
00:37:55  <nopygod>thanks
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00:39:36  <fomatin>can i use sockets on a free account?
00:40:23  <jesusabdullah>what do you mean?
00:40:43  <jesusabdullah>nopygod: why http-proxy?
00:41:06  <jesusabdullah>nopygod: I don't see how "you get one connection to port 80" means "I have to use http-proxy"
00:41:10  <SubStack>nopygod: just bind your socket.io app to your express app
00:41:24  <jesusabdullah>Yeah, same app, no trickery
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00:43:55  <madman600>is there anyway to deploy a 0.8.2 based app?
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00:45:14  <fomatin> i meant can i use socket.io in an app on the shared lpan
00:45:33  <jesusabdullah>lpan?
00:45:56  <jesusabdullah>madman600: No, 0.8.x support is coming soon but completing the joyent migration came first.
00:46:13  <jesusabdullah>fomatin: Nothing's changed in terms of what you can and can't do with the machines right now
00:47:21  <nopygod>jesusabdullah: i didnt realise that was possible, but thanks i will figure out how to do that
00:47:21  <madman600>thanks is there an eta?
00:47:36  <nopygod>i thought you meant only one public port
00:47:46  <fomatin>sweet :D
00:47:55  <nopygod>i'm not really up to speed with this stuff, its been 6 months since ive worked with node
00:48:17  <jesusabdullah>madman600: a week or two, tops?
00:48:26  <madman600>cool thanks
00:48:26  <jesusabdullah>madman600: Why? What burning new 0.8.x feature do you need?
00:48:51  <madman600>i don't, just started getting into in and started with 0.8.2 before researching hosting version support
00:48:51  <jesusabdullah>I'm not saying you don't want 0.8, I'm just curious
00:48:57  <jesusabdullah>ah
00:48:58  <jesusabdullah>well
00:49:05  <jesusabdullah>most things work great in 0.6 right now
00:49:33  <madman600>i'd have no issue using 0.6 just happend to code against 0.8
00:50:04  <jesusabdullah>Cool
00:50:15  <nopygod>can you point me in the right direction for binding socket.io to express
00:50:38  <jesusabdullah>nopygod: http://socket.io ? Basically, you pass it an express server instead of a raw http server
00:50:47  <madman600>thanks
00:50:51  <jesusabdullah>.listen(app) instead of .listen(httpServer)
00:51:00  <jesusabdullah>iirc
00:51:02  <nopygod>oo sweet
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02:06:15  <aohdtth>which version of node does nodejitsu support
02:06:33  <jesusabdullah>aohdtth: 0.4.x and 0.6.x, with 0.8.x on the way
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02:17:43  <codebutler>is it possible to (safely) store things on the filesystem with nodejitsu?
02:19:21  <mikeal>i was asking that earlier
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02:22:57  <codebutler>mikeal: sorry, i just joined. was there an answer? :)
02:23:04  <mikeal>not yet
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02:25:37  <jesusabdullah>codebutler: mikeal: It will persist until you redeploy or the code otherwise moves to another server.
02:25:52  <mikeal>so "no" :)
02:26:03  <mikeal>a totally legitimate answer tho
02:26:04  <jesusabdullah>codebutler: mikeal: So if you want long-term storage, use some storage backend or other, if you just want scratch space you're good
02:26:07  <jesusabdullah>Yeah, I mean
02:26:14  <jesusabdullah>I just figured I'd give you the long one
02:26:26  <codebutler>jesusabdullah: okay, thanks. basically i have an app that currently is using sqlite.
02:26:40  <jesusabdullah>I see.
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02:27:56  <codebutler>so sounds like i'll have to add mongo support or something
02:27:58  <jesusabdullah>I'm not sure there's a good way to do that aside from persisting scratch space between machines somehow
02:28:05  <jesusabdullah>Yeah maybe
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02:28:13  <jesusabdullah>probably
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02:28:20  <jesusabdullah>or couch, or a cloud sql service
02:28:20  <mikeal>you'd have to use a network mount
02:28:24  <jesusabdullah>yeah
02:28:27  <jesusabdullah>that sounds awkward
02:28:35  <mikeal>yeah, it would be :)
02:28:41  <jesusabdullah>at that point you might as well get a "real" database
02:28:50  <codebutler>yes, agreed
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02:32:44  <mikeal>nodejitsu doesn't host any redis right
02:32:45  <mikeal>?
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04:55:51  <ReyzoR>guys, how i can use nodejitsu in the windows ?
04:56:50  <ReyzoR>guys
04:57:12  <coderarity>ReyzoR, do you have node.js?
05:00:32  <ReyzoR>coderarity, compiler or who ?
05:01:10  <coderarity>ReyzoR, start here: http://nodejs.org/
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05:05:15  <ReyzoR>coderarity, ok , what's next ?
05:05:31  <coderarity>ReyzoR, did you download node.js from that website and install it?
05:09:17  <coderarity>ReyzoR, after that, you'll want to open cmd.exe and run `npm i jitsu -g`
05:09:40  <ReyzoR>coderarity, yep. and i he(nodejithsu) send instruction "instalation and setup nodejitsu", but this instruction made for lunux or macOS, not for windows
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05:12:31  <jhizzle>ReyzoR: it's more or less the same
05:12:50  <jhizzle>ReyzoR: just substitute cmd.exe for "the command line" and don't use sudo
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05:33:12  <ReyzoR>after "npm" , i can not use this command "jitsu users confirm reyzor ***********CODE*************"
05:34:01  <coderarity>ReyzoR, what does it say? can you copy the entire output and paste it at gist.github.com?
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05:44:58  <ReyzoR>coderarity, sorry for my bad english, see screenshot - https://dl.dropbox.com/u/61847240/screenShots/node.jpg
05:48:23  <ReyzoR>in red square cmd say : "jitsu - is not private or public command, executable programm"
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05:53:52  <jhizzle>ReyzoR: Did you run 'npm install jitsu -g' ?
05:53:52  <jhizzle>?
05:54:08  <jhizzle>You also may have to open a new console for the paths to stick
05:54:10  <jhizzle>maybe
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05:57:33  <lemonad>Yesterday, I deployed fine but now I've been getting "Error: Cannot find module 'unicode/category/So'" for a long time -- any suggestions? https://gist.github.com/3115250
06:00:55  <ReyzoR>jhizzle, ohh, need cd to "C:\Users\*username*\AppData\Roaming\npm" to run jitsu, lol
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06:04:53  <ReyzoR>guys, thanks for all
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06:27:59  <jhizzle>lolwat
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06:28:39  <jhizzle>lemonad: maybe
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06:32:46  <lemonad>jhizzle As I only changed a few lines of code between deploys, I can't figure out what to do...
06:39:54  <jhizzle>lemonad: I think a few machines may need an npm cache clean, I'm looking into it
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06:57:16  <jhizzle>lemonad: Just to make sure, can you delete node_modules, npm install and npm start locally?
06:57:37  <jhizzle>lemonad: it's possible something's broken in the slug module
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07:00:10  <nlognbob_>Any body here that could kill off a runaway drone?
07:04:14  <lemonad>jhizzle But would that break in between deploys without making changes to packages?
07:04:34  <lemonad>jhizzle I'll try it regardless
07:04:53  <jhizzle>probably not, but it's all I can think of excepting for somthing on our servers and the guy I need is afk
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07:50:25  <lemonad>jhizzle Seems like GET unicode.org:80/Public/UNIDATA/UnicodeData.txt is timing out. Perhaps that's the cause of the problems!
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07:54:20  <KingDosser>Is this the correct way to set match origin protocol?
07:54:21  <KingDosser>https://gist.github.com/9199426d32315fef6b89
07:55:49  <jhizzle>no idea, I don't write coffeescript and I don't use express
07:56:05  <jhizzle>I can usually fake one or the other, but not both
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08:57:56  <yawnt>yoyo
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09:39:19  <dscape>hey yawnt
09:39:20  <dscape>:D
09:39:25  <dscape>ok i need to go home now
09:40:23  <yawnt>hey dscape
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10:27:27  <yawnt>lol
10:27:31  <yawnt>i must be a complete idiot
10:27:44  <yawnt>i typed :1 in vim
10:28:00  <yawnt>but there was :w before, so i wrote a file named ':1' , now git refuses to delete it
10:28:29  <mmalecki>lol
10:28:59  <yawnt>1 did not much any file
10:29:03  <yawnt>IT'S :1 YOU GODDAM IDIOT
10:30:39  <yawnt>thank god git provides us with *
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10:38:22  <chilts>yawnt: or try \:1
10:51:47  <RexM>I'm attempting to set my process.env.TZ to America/Chicago which should be -5 right now, but when i output a date, it's outputting with +1: [07/15 05:47:34 CDT] 2012-07-15T11:47:34+01:00 anyone have any good ideas?
10:52:21  <pksunkara>yawnt: you remember the commit I used to fix yesterday's undefined id problem?
10:52:55  <pksunkara>https://github.com/flatiron/resourceful/commit/fa717775cb889f2511912565ed5974e8de7102b1
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10:52:55  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] flatiron/resourceful#147 (couchids - 1815175 : yawnt): The build is still failing.
10:52:55  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/flatiron/resourceful/compare/fa717775cb88...181517515fa0
10:52:55  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/flatiron/resourceful/builds/1869814
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10:53:15  <pksunkara>yawnt: it seems that is the solution for the hooks pull request you submitted
10:53:26  <pksunkara>so, I am only cherry-picking tests from your pr
10:55:44  <yawnt>chilts: already tried, doesnt work
10:55:50  <yawnt>pksunkara: looking, i was eating
10:56:06  <yawnt>uhm weird
10:56:15  <yawnt>i remember trying that and it was breaking everything
10:56:17  <pksunkara>no, it's actually correct
10:56:27  <yawnt>maybe the #89 fixed everything
10:56:28  <pksunkara>np
10:56:33  <yawnt>it's better that way :D
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11:18:35  <nlognbob_>so, as a beta subscriber am I effectively on one of your Individual Plans, with auto-scaling, but no charges?
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11:19:44  <mmalecki>nlognbob_: no, there are no plans yet
11:19:48  <mmalecki>also, no auto-scaling
11:19:55  <mmalecki>infinite drones with no charges :)
11:20:25  <nlognbob_>I see. well, that's a good deal. I wanted to test the auto-scaling too....
11:21:00  <mmalecki>nlognbob_: does your app need scaling? if it does, we can work it out :)
11:21:22  <yawnt>http://www.sleepingdogs.net/?func=age_gate%2Fset&birthday=&birthmonth=&birthyear=
11:21:27  <yawnt>lol php rce
11:21:29  <nlognbob_>I'm actually not quite sure if it needs it
11:21:33  <yawnt>i wonder if i might exploit that
11:21:39  <yawnt>w00t w00t g37 r007
11:21:41  <nlognbob_>it does get a lot of traffic during workdays
11:21:51  <nlognbob_>subdomain nlogn
11:22:28  <mmalecki>nlognbob_: ok, I can run traffic and latency analysis
11:22:30  <Nexxy>yawnt, nerd
11:22:46  <nlognbob_>Alternatively, is there anyway I can tell if it close to needing another drone? The must be a "90% of the drone used" sort of metric if you are autoscaling
11:22:53  <yawnt>Nexxy: psycopath
11:22:59  <mmalecki>so easy since we have dtrace!
11:23:09  <nlognbob_>ah!
11:23:38  <mmalecki>nlognbob_: well, we measure latency and amount of traffic
11:24:12  <nlognbob_>so when latency goes above a certain amount you scale?
11:24:38  <mmalecki>nlognbob_: well, that's not figured out yet XD
11:24:41  <nlognbob_>some of my latency is due to talking to the DB, which is still at aws-east, even though the drones are now in vegas?
11:24:49  <mmalecki>also, CPU usage
11:24:59  <mmalecki>drones are in sw-west, joyent dc
11:25:10  <nlognbob_>ah.
11:25:13  <mmalecki>nlognbob_: actually, I still have no idea what this app does
11:25:18  <mmalecki>even tho it seems pretty popular
11:25:22  <nlognbob_>still, add 60ms to get to virginia
11:25:48  <mmalecki>you'll be able to get closer to your db soon
11:25:52  <nlognbob_>um it is a real-time sensor app. It is pretty popular among the sensors :-). The hardware sensors do http post to it
11:26:07  <mmalecki>oh, haha
11:26:14  <mmalecki>sensors must like it!
11:26:14  <Nexxy>yawnt, psychpath!? excuse me?
11:26:25  <Nexxy>you must have me confused with someone else
11:26:30  <nlognbob_>yea, we have only 2 human users right now
11:26:32  <mmalecki>Nexxy: lovely baby by the way!
11:26:40  <Nexxy>mmalecki, ISN'T HE?!
11:26:43  <Nexxy>thank you!
11:26:57  <Nexxy>I pissed a bunch of people off on twitter today
11:27:10  <mmalecki>Nexxy: it's quite easy :)
11:27:13  <mmalecki>also, how?
11:27:17  <mmalecki>nlognbob_: hah, nice
11:27:22  <Nexxy>https://twitter.com/nexxylove/status/224349590588112896
11:27:30  <mmalecki>nlognbob_: ok, I'll run some analysis and ping you
11:27:36  <nlognbob_>ok, thanks!
11:27:46  <mmalecki>Nexxy: but that's true!
11:27:53  <mmalecki>well, yeah, truth hurts
11:27:59  <yawnt>Nexxy: weren't we playing "Adjectives about Patrick" ?
11:27:59  <Nexxy>apparently 6 people previously following me would rather pretend their lack of effort is justified
11:28:01  <yawnt>aw :'(
11:28:06  <yawnt>(Patrick from Spongebob obv)
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11:28:50  <yawnt>ror as in ruby on rails?
11:28:51  <yawnt>i laughed
11:29:03  <Nexxy>don't laugh, rails is serious busi--WOOPS
11:29:37  <pksunkara>Nexxy: ++ for the tweet
11:29:39  <kohai>Nexxy has 25 little ♥ thingies
11:29:50  <mmalecki>ok, brb, drowning myself
11:29:55  <mmalecki>er, taking a bath
11:32:19  <nlognbob_>by the way, i've been gathering my own web latency, db latency, web memory, etc, stats and feeding them to librato.com. I notice my drone count went to 2 a couple days ago for a few minutes..probably testing?
11:32:31  <yawnt>BAW COLD
11:32:33  <yawnt>damn storm
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11:33:02  <pksunkara>nlognbob_: was that when you deployed?
11:33:18  <pksunkara>we have zero downtime
11:33:49  <nlognbob_>might have been, yes. I did not notice it at the time. I might be able to check now...
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11:35:17  <yawnt>uhm
11:35:28  <yawnt>i've just discovered that Jade uses fs.readFileSync
11:35:36  <yawnt>and i don't like that at all
11:36:14  <pksunkara>yawnt: otherwise you will have bad time due to complex logic
11:36:22  <nlognbob_>yes, probably was a deploy. two separate drones overlapped by one minute, the granularity of my measurements. an old one ended and a new one started, rather than one continuing and another piling on.
11:36:30  <yawnt>pksunkara: wat
11:36:36  <yawnt>what do you mean?
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11:36:53  <pksunkara>yawnt: sync loading make sense
11:37:01  <yawnt>pksunkara: why
11:37:09  <pksunkara>otherwise the logic will become too complex to take care of edge cases
11:37:17  <yawnt>hum
11:37:27  <yawnt>i can't think of any cases where it would matter, but i'd trust you
11:37:39  <yawnt>*ll
11:37:40  <pksunkara>It's just a rough idea
11:37:49  <pksunkara>I didn't particularly go deep into it
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11:48:15  <nlognbob_>test
11:48:33  <nlognbob_>testing a b c
11:48:41  <pksunkara>nlognbob_: you testing irc?
11:48:54  <nlognbob_>ah!
11:49:09  <nlognbob_>yes, I'm a newbie with this; was scrolled to wrong place. duh
11:49:20  <nlognbob_>what does the + in front of a name mean?
11:49:30  <pksunkara>Voiced
11:49:35  <pksunkara>@ means Oped
11:49:42  <nlognbob_>huh?
11:49:51  <nlognbob_>does that mean private?
11:50:03  <pksunkara>no, some permissions
11:50:12  <pksunkara>like banning, kicking etc ...
11:51:28  <nlognbob_>well, the faq in this client is useless. maybe i should get a real irc client
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11:52:17  <pksunkara>JasonSmith: Hey, I wanted to try out iriscouch outside nodejitsu
11:52:24  <pksunkara>I registered a week ago
11:52:30  <pksunkara>still didn't get the account
11:52:34  <pksunkara>any problems?
11:53:20  <chazm>hey folks, is there a way to run nodejitsu app on top of 0.8.x node engine?
11:53:43  <pksunkara>chazm: not yet, coming very soon
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11:54:01  <yawnt>pksunkara: query
11:54:15  <chazm>pksunkara: thanks for the info! cheers!
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11:54:49  <bobmayo56>limechat
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12:13:26  <yawnt>pksunkara: i'm using a consolidate[template](file, function(e, html) { res.end(html)
12:13:36  <yawnt>till that doesn't get published :P
12:13:50  <pksunkara>sure
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13:08:45  <JasonSmith>pksunkara: Yes registration usually takes seconds. So there is definitely something wrong
13:08:52  <JasonSmith>pksunkara: I will /msg you now
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14:26:31  <lpin>AvianFlu just deployed again, infinite loop seems to be gone, but got this now https://gist.github.com/3117165
14:27:03  <lpin>looks like wrong architecture
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15:24:22  <AvianFlu>lpin, can you gist me the package.json from your bundled canvas?
15:24:30  <AvianFlu>I just had an idea
15:24:43  <AvianFlu>note that it's 8am and I'm now going to get coffee - back in 10 mins
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15:51:06  <lpin>sorry was afk, here is the gist https://gist.github.com/3117535
15:52:18  <AvianFlu>lpin, I tried it myself anyway, I don't think it worke
15:52:19  <AvianFlu>d
15:52:41  <lpin>adding evn CXX variable there?
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15:53:57  <yawnt>hallo!
15:54:01  <lpin>hey
15:56:20  <lpin>AvianFlu is cairo compiled from sources or installed by pkgin?
15:56:31  <AvianFlu>lpin, I think it's from pkgin
15:56:59  <lpin>ok so it should be lib should be 64bit
15:57:23  <AvianFlu>yeah, everything should be 64bit
15:57:27  <lpin>can you check it? /opt/local/lib/libcairo.so
15:57:31  <AvianFlu>yeah
15:58:07  <lpin>this i what i get ELF 64-bit LSB dynamic lib AMD64 Version 1, dynamically linked, not stripped, no debugging information available
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15:59:32  <AvianFlu>lpin, it's definitely 64 bit
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15:59:42  <lpin>ok
16:03:23  <lpin>only thing i can think of is that node-gyp doesn't compile to 64, but it's strange since there env variables
16:08:47  <yawnt>https://github.com/flatiron/union/pull/36 in case anyone is online
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16:23:04  <coderarity>yawnt, hi
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16:27:40  <AvianFlu>lpin, you said yesterday you hit an error where cairo wasn't linked in
16:27:55  <AvianFlu>did you have to do something else for that, or was it just the -L/opt/local/lib
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16:33:22  <lpin>all i did was adding -R /opt/local/lib to CXX env
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16:35:21  <lpin>and found that /opt/local/lib/libcairo.so.2 was missing by callind ldd on the binary compiled module
16:37:14  <lpin>the -L/opt/local/lib was alreay in the LD_OPTIONS but didn't worked by itself
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16:37:37  <lpin>have to go, back in 20 min or so
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16:39:46  <AvianFlu>lpin, thanks
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16:40:30  <yawnt>hey coderarity
16:40:32  <yawnt>howdy?
16:41:05  <coderarity>:P
16:42:44  <coderarity>programming and art and that's about it
16:43:08  <coderarity>well, other than my usual support stuff of course :O
16:43:51  <yawnt>coderarity: 50 bucks
16:43:57  <yawnt>to send 12 cans to the US
16:43:59  <yawnt>:(
16:44:13  <coderarity>wow!
16:44:14  <coderarity>that's a ton
16:44:22  <yawnt>yep
16:44:35  <yawnt>maybe i should try something other than UPS
16:44:58  <coderarity>can you send through fedex?
16:45:04  <coderarity>maybe that's better
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16:46:41  <yawnt>fedex it's like 150$
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16:52:30  <yawnt>coderarity: do you do designing?
16:52:51  <coderarity>yawnt, design? not really yet, i'm just getting started with art stuff :D
16:52:59  <yawnt>lol
16:53:08  <yawnt>i've been looking for a decent ui/ux designer for the last 72h
16:53:16  <yawnt>i think i've browsed half dribbble already |:
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16:55:22  <coderarity>hmm, idk :\
16:55:40  <yawnt>coderarity: can you draw logos / use basic photoshop?
16:55:57  <coderarity>yawnt, i'm drawing on paper :P
16:56:24  <yawnt>could work
16:56:36  <yawnt>wanna do a logo for me? i pay in ++ here in the chan :'(
16:57:01  <coderarity>yawnt, i'm pretty bad, look at my deviantart
16:58:28  <yawnt>link?
16:58:36  <coderarity>yawnt, coderarity.deviantart.com
16:59:17  <yawnt>lol unicorn
16:59:26  <yawnt>i liek the pikachu though
16:59:31  <coderarity>woona is amazing
17:00:08  <coderarity>yeah pikachu turned out really well
17:01:39  <yawnt>we don't have those unicorns in italy
17:01:42  <yawnt>afaik at least
17:03:49  <coderarity>yawnt, you guys have your own intro, it's probably fake though :P http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7FVqFN_Hn20
17:04:04  <yawnt>nono my little pony exist
17:04:20  <yawnt>*s
17:04:27  <yawnt>now i remember lol
17:04:35  <yawnt>i haven't seen them for quite a while
17:04:44  <coderarity>they're way awesome now :P
17:05:03  <yawnt>lol
17:05:16  <yawnt>dora the explorer will always pwn everyone
17:05:25  <yawnt>WHAT WAS YOUR FAVOURITE PART?
17:05:28  <yawnt>IT WAS MINE TOO!
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17:10:08  <yawnt>does https exist in browserify?
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17:26:08  <coderarity>i don't think so
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17:29:20  <lpin>AvianFlu used node-waf again mind to do an ldd to the binary to see if something is missing?
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18:09:31  <Berglund>What's the best alternative for doing some background calculations, like tasks? Similar to Resque in the Ruby world would be awesome, but if there's better alternatives I'd be glad to check them out.
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18:10:11  <Berglund>I'd totally dig if it worked on Nodejitsu too
18:10:36  <coderarity>Berglund, you could spawn a child process that does calculations
18:10:52  <mmalecki>and manage them with that flatiron project
18:11:01  <mmalecki>I forgot the name
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18:12:13  <mmalecki>https://github.com/flatiron/neuron
18:12:16  <mmalecki>that
18:14:07  <Berglund>Hmm, that looks interesting! Thanks guys.
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18:32:31  <yawnt>lol mmalecki
18:32:59  <Fabryz>evening
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18:33:09  <coderarity>Fabryz, afternoon
18:33:47  <Fabryz>have the "Error spawning drone" error on an app, anyone can check?
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18:39:21  <Taneem>does anyone here use the Buffer class by any chance? I'm trying to use Buffer.concat and it doesn't seem to exist
18:39:42  <Taneem>sorry, this isn't really nodejitsu specific
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18:43:46  <coderarity>Taneem, hmmm, happens for me too?
18:44:02  <Taneem>it must be deprecated and removed at some point then
18:44:06  <Taneem>still in the docs though
18:44:53  <Taneem>you know, someone could probably make a bunch of money just documenting various node things properly. its all so sketchy.
18:45:47  <coderarity>Fabryz, checking it out
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18:55:00  <coderarity>Fabryz, https://gist.github.com/b07efed3d20ff5ec7c1a
18:55:19  <coderarity>looks like jquery is messed up
18:55:50  <Fabryz>coderarity uhm I didn't even touch it
18:55:55  <Fabryz>welp, thanks
18:56:37  <coderarity>Fabryz, maybe check out https://github.com/MatthewMueller/cheerio
18:57:10  <Fabryz>coderarity didn't know that, thanks
18:57:27  <coderarity>:D
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19:03:23  <coderarity>Taneem, you could make an issue on node to ask about it
19:03:34  <coderarity>Taneem, i would search to see if someone has already noticed first though
19:04:44  <Taneem>yeah .. ive done a bit of searching, seems like RyanD refused a pull request to take the function 2 years ago? that's the only reference i've found, but i'll search later when i have a bit more time.
19:04:51  <Taneem>thanks for verifying that's not just me
19:11:40  <mmalecki>Taneem: submit a pull request to remove it from docs
19:12:24  <Taneem>kk
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19:30:03  <bwen>hullo, signed for the beta. I get the error "Nodejitsu Error (400): Bad Request" when deploying... not much more info is given...
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19:34:31  <tsnm>hi everyone, i'm probably just missing it. but is there a place to see supported node.js versions?
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19:37:16  <tsnm>was especially looking for information about 0.8.x support, or which is the most recent 0.6.x working right now, if 0.8.x is not available yet
19:38:16  <mmalecki>tsnm: 0.8.x is not yet supported, probably 2 - 3 days until it is
19:38:24  <mmalecki>tsnm: we have the most recent 0.6.x
19:40:16  <tsnm>cool, tnx a lot, should be fine using 0.6.x
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19:48:05  <hotch>hey guys, since the joyent / business pricing came about has anything changed on the possibility of having an api for dns?
19:48:35  <hotch>so we want to spend money, but can't if we can't add domains for client hosted apps on the fly. not through package.json obviously.
19:49:36  <mmalecki>hotch: it's hard for me to tell, but I think that an API like that might be awesome
19:50:06  <mmalecki>hotch: it's not in any plans tho, I'll bring that up
19:50:13  <mmalecki>hotch: also, how have you been man?
19:50:51  <tsnm>one thing i'm not entirely sure about is the convention for the start-script. is there any? the example mentions "start: './bin/server' ". i'm starting the server locally through "node app.js". (am i missing some documentation somehow? sorry if i'm asking stupid questions)
19:52:33  <mmalecki>tsnm: it's not a stupid question, conventions are hard
19:52:41  <mmalecki>that'd be "node app.js" in your case
19:54:14  <bwen>I get the error "Nodejitsu Error (400): Bad Request" when deploying... not much more info is given to resolve this on the command line...
19:54:19  <coderarity>tsnm, my start scripts are usually really minimal, like `require('../lib').start()`
19:54:47  <coderarity>(that way it's more awesome because other people can require it with npm and potentially extend it with broadway)
19:54:51  <hotch>mmalecki: great man. looking at funding and I'm so busy coding i can't be managing AWS instances :P
19:55:06  <coderarity>tsnm, hmmm, are you on a proxy perhaps?
19:55:10  <hotch>awesome news on your partnership with joyent and all the cool stuff going on mmalecki
19:55:21  <tsnm>mmalecki: great, that actually worked. for some stupid reason i tried "node app" before, was just missing the ".js"
19:55:44  <jesusabdullah>hotch: Yeah, not much has happened wrt that api but I hadn't forgotten. I still have your ticket open.
19:55:54  <hotch>mmalecki: i know i asked a few months ago about it also but now its at a point where we can pay for nodejitsu. no problem , but let me add entries on the fly, PLEASE :P
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19:56:20  <hotch>i can't believe that I'm the only one that has an application that lets a client use their own domain, vs. client.me.com
19:56:22  <hotch>:P
19:56:26  <jesusabdullah>lulz
19:56:29  <hotch>jesusabdullah: cool, do you want me to code it? :P
19:56:34  <jesusabdullah>well
19:56:44  <hotch>seriously.
19:56:49  <jesusabdullah>hmm
19:57:03  <coderarity>i don't think you can?
19:57:18  <jesusabdullah>it'd have to be on a contractor basis or something
19:57:47  <hotch>yeah i mean depending on level of work needed its just something that i really need -
19:58:05  <tsnm>coderarity: it seems to work perfectly fine now, thanks!
19:58:53  <tsnm>is there any way to see remote logs / the remote stdout?
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19:58:55  <mmalecki>hotch: actually, you can kind of make it work now
19:59:06  <hotch>really?
19:59:16  <hotch>dedicated ips now?
19:59:24  <mmalecki>hotch: yeah, like, redirect basing on host header
19:59:55  <hotch>well my app routes like that now, but if I'm sharing an ip with someone and need an entry within my package ...
20:00:00  <yawnt>yo
20:00:03  <hotch>(unless things have changed)
20:00:04  <yawnt>*burp* too much pizza
20:01:19  <mmalecki>hotch: hmmmm, I think that we route subdomains too, let me check
20:01:35  <hotch>no no
20:01:38  <hotch>domains.
20:01:43  <mmalecki>yeah, I mean
20:01:44  <hotch>client.com, client2.com ...
20:01:52  <mmalecki>AH, like that...
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20:01:58  <hotch>yeah, dynamically also.
20:02:04  <mmalecki>I thought you were like, <user>.client.com
20:02:15  <hotch>i can't have a user signup - and then add them to a package then restart :P lol
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20:02:47  <mmalecki>lol obviously
20:03:05  <hotch>Client: "we can't seem to signup". Us: "Oh yeah sorry we have an intern adding domains to our configuration file and restarting the app constantly, it's been really busy around here!"
20:03:14  <mmalecki>hahahahahahaha
20:03:18  <hotch>:P
20:03:50  <jesusabdullah>but hotch we have zero downtime deploys now, it's cool
20:03:55  <mmalecki>lol
20:04:05  <hotch>jesusabdullah: haha awesome lol
20:04:16  <jesusabdullah>^__^
20:04:18  <mmalecki>hotch: guess who wrote it
20:04:24  * mmaleckilikes to brag about it
20:04:34  <hotch>"Technology startup seeks data entry specialist with an intermediate understanding of json"
20:04:39  <hotch>nice mmalecki
20:04:43  <mmalecki>ahahahahaha, "specialist"
20:04:48  <hotch>lol
20:04:52  <jesusabdullah><3
20:04:54  <hotch>right? you like that
20:04:54  <jesusabdullah>I was a data entry specialist once
20:04:55  <mmalecki>"so, hey, what's my job? some big data?"
20:04:56  <yawnt>mmalecki: i've submitted a pr to union :3
20:04:59  <yawnt>implemented res.redirect()
20:05:08  <jesusabdullah>yawnt: I saw that---that's 302's?
20:05:13  <mmalecki>yawnt: awesome! will review
20:05:13  <yawnt>jesusabdullah: yep
20:05:15  <jesusabdullah>yawnt: is the type of redirect configurable?
20:05:22  <yawnt>jesusabdullah: but it does support other methods
20:05:25  <yawnt>second parameter is optional
20:05:32  <jesusabdullah>yawnt: https://github.com/jesusabdullah/mr302 :)
20:05:38  <yawnt>and becomes 301
20:05:42  <yawnt>*status
20:05:44  <yawnt>so you can use 301
20:06:09  <hotch>mmalecki: Us to specialist: "Yes this is a 'big data' job. Our package.json file is over 10,000 lines long. As customers signup or if discontinuing signup you'll have to adjust accordingly".
20:06:15  <hotch>BIG DATA BRO.
20:06:23  <yawnt>jesusabdullah: uh what's that?
20:06:30  <yawnt>readin
20:07:04  <yawnt>but that's a server jesusabdullah :|
20:07:09  <jesusabdullah>indeed XD
20:07:21  <yawnt>so what does it have to do with res.redirect?
20:07:21  <mmalecki>hotch: yeah, and all in realtime
20:07:30  <jesusabdullah>yawnt: not much, it just reminded me of it
20:07:45  <mmalecki>and if that guy gets sick, you just tell people that's how long it takes for dns to propagate
20:07:50  <yawnt>jesusabdullah: you shall now be jesus `mr302` adbullah
20:07:57  <jesusabdullah>lulz
20:08:02  <jesusabdullah>Hello! I am mr302!
20:08:04  <yawnt>don't thank me
20:08:06  * jesusabdullahchanged nick to mr302
20:08:10  <mmalecki>lol
20:08:11  <yawnt>THANK THE ALMIGHTY GIT
20:08:15  <mmalecki>mr302: ++
20:08:15  <kohai>mr302 has 1 beer
20:08:23  <mr302>!like redirect
20:08:32  <mr302>OH BUMMER
20:08:33  <yawnt>lol
20:08:40  <yawnt>bummers reminds me of bunnies
20:08:44  <yawnt>just because of the assonance
20:09:02  <yawnt>btw i'm totally laughing at marak's home page
20:09:03  <mmalecki>mr302: wellll, that's because of a regex XD
20:09:08  <yawnt>"Hello, I am Marak."
20:09:13  <yawnt>"I am unstoppable."
20:09:17  <mmalecki>that design
20:09:25  <yawnt>he's presenting himself like an army of ninja robots D:
20:09:30  <mr302>http://marak.com/blog/ :)
20:09:37  <yawnt>yep interesting articles
20:09:56  <yawnt>i fed my rss monster with it
20:10:08  <yawnt>well *article actually
20:10:11  <mr302>word
20:10:17  <mr302>Yeah, well, more than one soon enough
20:10:19  <yawnt>excel
20:10:20  <yawnt>powerpoint
20:10:24  <yawnt>access
20:10:26  <mr302>POWAHPOIIIINT
20:10:32  <yawnt>lol powapoint
20:10:33  * mr302changed nick to jesusabdullah
20:10:35  <yawnt>:(
20:10:38  <yawnt>i liked mr302 bettah
20:10:51  <jesusabdullah>So when I was in college, I worked for a chemistry lab for a semester
20:11:01  <yawnt>and you totally blew it uo
20:11:01  <jesusabdullah>a big chunk of my job was managing spreadsheets
20:11:03  <yawnt>*up
20:11:07  <yawnt>literally.
20:11:07  <jesusabdullah>lulz
20:11:11  * nitelordpart
20:11:17  <yawnt>lol spreadsheets
20:11:20  <yawnt>go on
20:11:20  <jesusabdullah>naw, I took care of the chemical inventory in like 2 weeks
20:11:28  <jesusabdullah>which was in excel, but no biggy right?
20:11:31  <yawnt>right
20:11:32  <jesusabdullah>but the other data
20:11:35  <jesusabdullah>was water test data
20:11:43  <jesusabdullah>and it was aggregated by test type/location
20:11:51  <jesusabdullah>and we wanted to convert it into individualized reports
20:11:58  <jesusabdullah>I spent like 2 weeks farting around with excel macros
20:12:08  <yawnt>excel is scriptable with python
20:12:09  <jesusabdullah>good idea, way too weaksauce to be of real use
20:12:15  <yawnt>WHAT ELSE WOULD YOU NEED FOR GOD'S SAKE
20:12:18  <yawnt>\sarcasm
20:12:22  <jesusabdullah>indeed.
20:12:34  <jesusabdullah>I mean, a few macros combined with some human looping action and it worked out
20:12:47  <yawnt>that's what programming's for
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20:12:53  <yawnt>to ease life
20:12:54  <yawnt>:>
20:12:57  <jesusabdullah>yup
20:13:12  <yawnt>btw that reminded me of the first job
20:13:20  <yawnt>the one i was forced to play with django
20:13:24  <jesusabdullah>nice
20:13:32  <yawnt>well before the boss figured out i could speak python
20:13:41  <yawnt>he wanted me to create a gui with vb.net
20:13:48  <yawnt>to store customer informations
20:13:49  <jesusabdullah>olololo
20:13:51  <yawnt>in CSV FILES
20:13:57  <jesusabdullah>goodness
20:13:58  <yawnt>i mean.. CSV
20:14:00  <yawnt>NOT SQL
20:14:02  <yawnt>NOT SQLITE
20:14:03  <yawnt>C
20:14:03  <yawnt>S
20:14:04  <jesusabdullah>reminds me of when I was a masters student
20:14:05  <yawnt>V
20:14:10  <jesusabdullah>in science, csv is king
20:14:18  <jesusabdullah>and, well, a huge number of file blob formats
20:14:27  <jesusabdullah>I used .mat files (matlab's version of pickling)
20:14:30  <yawnt>unfortunately i was too stupid or too ignorant (not that now i am any better, but at least i know how that sucks)
20:14:34  <jesusabdullah>and all kinds of other shit
20:14:38  <yawnt>to understand how horrible that was
20:14:39  <jesusabdullah>what I *think* would be awesome
20:14:45  <jesusabdullah>would be to use couchdb to store your results
20:14:47  <yawnt>it was a total pain..
20:14:53  <yawnt>fortunately i switched to django and mssql
20:14:58  <jesusabdullah>then you just need an http client
20:15:03  <yawnt>trap avoided.
20:15:21  <jesusabdullah>matlab doesn't have an http client, but it *can* shell out, and the boxes have curl
20:15:23  <yawnt>or use Mongodb's grids
20:15:29  <jesusabdullah>hardest thing is JSON
20:15:31  <yawnt>*gridFS
20:15:33  <jesusabdullah>by far
20:16:01  <yawnt>i need to test node-oauth
20:16:04  <jesusabdullah>lulz, if I were to do my thesis again
20:16:07  <yawnt>browserify seems to have worked
20:16:12  <yawnt>but, i fear,
20:16:21  <yawnt>murphy's law
20:16:23  <jesusabdullah>definitely would've put some nosql on dat shit
20:16:28  <jesusabdullah>browserify's pretty stable
20:16:43  <yawnt>yeah but node-oauth uses a bunch of stuff like crypto etc
20:16:47  <yawnt>which isn't entirely ported
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20:17:56  <yawnt>i really don't see the point in developing apis for services like hackernews
20:18:00  <yawnt>i mean.. a little code change
20:18:05  <yawnt>and everything is broken
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20:25:22  <hotch>ha
20:26:45  <yawnt>guys
20:26:50  <yawnt>i've just discovered a site
20:26:54  <yawnt>which has a frontend in flash
20:26:58  <yawnt>and a backend in java
20:27:05  <yawnt>that's awesome D:
20:27:06  <mmalecki>SO ENTERPRISE
20:27:19  <yawnt>actually i was thinking
20:27:20  <yawnt>so 90's
20:28:31  <yawnt>https://github.com/wearefractal/fusker
20:28:55  <yawnt>now this looks kinda interesting
20:29:47  <mmalecki>lulz
20:35:58  <spolu>mmalecki: hey! how is the open beta going!!??
20:36:23  <mmalecki>spolu: awesome! stuff is very stable :)
20:36:33  <spolu>mmalecki: cooool !
20:37:08  <mmalecki>spolu: isn't it? I'm just looking at `tail -f` with a smile :)
20:37:49  <spolu>:)
20:37:57  <spolu>mmalecki: best part of the job right? )
20:37:59  <spolu>:)
20:38:04  <yawnt>haha
20:38:10  <spolu>mmalecki: it is very stable indeed!
20:39:02  <mmalecki>spolu: btw, did I tell you that we got a zero-downtime deploys?
20:39:35  <spolu>which means?
20:40:29  <mmalecki>spolu: your application isn't stopped before starting it anymore
20:40:48  <spolu>mmalecki: yep sure but which ones mine? or some? or all of them? :)
20:40:54  <mmalecki>all of them!
20:41:04  <mmalecki>so if deploy fails, old copy is left running
20:41:12  <spolu>mmalecki: ohh!!! THAT'S COOL!
20:41:27  <yawnt>mmalecki: now, you gotta tell me
20:41:53  <yawnt>how's that achieved? you keep two copies running until the switch?
20:41:57  <spolu>mmalecki: got it
20:42:18  <mmalecki>yawnt: yeah, we first spawn up new servers and then stop old copies
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20:42:58  <yawnt>i'm definetely not going back to a vps anytime son
20:42:59  <yawnt>*soon
20:43:06  <yawnt>especially after i saw the prices :D
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20:43:19  <hotch>mmalecki: jesusabdullah hey so can the ticket be escalated?
20:43:37  * jacochanged nick to Guest8669
20:43:45  <mmalecki>hotch: I'll bring it up on a call
20:43:55  <hotch>awesome thank you sir!
20:44:11  <mmalecki>pleasure :)
20:44:31  <Taneem>is the price list out?
20:44:35  <yawnt>yep
20:44:56  <Taneem>oh i like this
20:46:04  <Guest8669>hi there, nodejitsu is new to me. what database offerings are available? or what is recommended? i cannot find any info about it at nodejitsu.com
20:46:29  <Taneem>try this: https://github.com/nodejitsu/handbook
20:46:35  <Taneem>scroll down to the databases section
20:46:57  <Guest8669>thank you
20:47:51  <spolu>mmalecki: anything new on analytics? or is it still reserved for your pro version? Interested since I've been messing with some analytics stuff these days: http://dattss.com
20:48:49  <yawnt>jesusabdullah: thanks for the comment :)
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21:16:50  <mmalecki>spolu: oh, it'll be available soon, not sure about dates tho
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21:18:41  <Cache_Money>i ran the command "$ npm install jitsu -g" but it looks like it's not compatible because I'm running node v0.4.9
21:18:49  <Cache_Money>How do I update Node?
21:19:38  <lpin>did you compiled it?
21:20:48  <Cache_Money>i don't remember, I installed it 4-5 months ago
21:20:52  <spolu>mmalecki: cool!
21:21:15  <yawnt>mmalecki: we want the view plugin for flatiron published :3
21:21:31  <Cache_Money>"$ npm install n" came back with "npm WARN bins installing to /home/mas/bin, outside PATH"
21:21:40  <yawnt>where we means I :(
21:21:41  <jesusabdullah>Cache_Money: http://nodejs.org
21:21:46  <yawnt>and want means.. would like
21:21:46  <jesusabdullah>Cache_Money: do the clicky-click
21:21:48  <yawnt>please
21:21:51  <yawnt>:(
21:23:35  <Cache_Money>jesusabdullah: i'm on Linus. I downloaded the source code, do I run the Makefile?
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21:24:08  <Cache_Money>*Linux
21:24:09  <jesusabdullah>Cache_Money: Refer to node.js's installation instructions for linux.
21:24:23  <jesusabdullah>Cache_Money: the tl;dr is ./configure && make && sudo make install iirc
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21:29:04  <coderarity>yawnt, in time good things will come :D
21:29:51  <yawnt>coderarity: pksunkara said 1-2 weeks D:
21:30:01  <yawnt>now i'm excited to see the plugin
21:30:12  <coderarity>really? interesting
21:30:21  <tsnm>how often do the logs on the nodejitsu login-area refresh? any way to get logs through the commandline?
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21:30:38  <coderarity>tsnm, yeah, `jitsu logs`
21:30:49  <yawnt>coderarity: also if you wanna draw a paper bot
21:30:51  <yawnt>*boat
21:30:57  <yawnt>it could become my logo :D
21:31:16  <yawnt>it doesn't matter if it's on paper.. i got someone to draw it with PS
21:31:16  <coderarity>i can try, but i've only been drawing with references
21:32:05  <coderarity>yawnt, i'll give it a try
21:32:18  <yawnt>D:
21:33:00  <tsnm>coderarity: okay, weird. those seem to have stopped logging anything for 25mins now. app is running though, huh
21:33:15  <coderarity>tsnm, do you need to see the logs for something specific?
21:33:17  <yawnt>thank you
21:33:19  <yawnt>coderarity: ^
21:33:24  <coderarity>:D
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21:35:46  <tsnm>coderarity: mostly just messing around with socket.io, trying to debug a lot of GET requests ending in internal server errors. not sure if the client is ever able to connect to the server, does not seem like it. so yea, trying to make sense of it, logs would help :)
21:36:27  <jesusabdullah>Guys go make paper boats right now
21:36:33  <lpin>night #nodejitsu
21:36:42  <jesusabdullah>night homes
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21:37:05  <coderarity>i need to go to the art store :\
21:37:15  <coderarity>i need more pencils
21:37:42  <yawnt>jesusabdullah: paperboat shall be my new logo
21:37:57  <yawnt>i mean.. site is http://urlship.com
21:38:11  <yawnt>so it does make sense to have a paperboat.. minimal and elegant, don you like the idea? :(
21:39:37  <Cache_Money>jesusabdullah: when I run "$ sudo make install" I get this error "cp: cannot remove `/usr/local/include/node/node.h': Permission denied"
21:40:17  <coderarity>how can you have permission denied as root user?
21:40:35  <jesusabdullah>Cache_Money: what distro are you using?
21:40:51  <Cache_Money>linux ubuntu 11.10 (i believe)
21:41:14  <lyaunzbe>does jitsu set the node env to production when it runs an app?
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21:46:55  <lyaunzbe>nvm, figured it out :)
21:52:21  <coderarity>man, i hate drawing and then getting all distracted
21:55:39  <yawnt>that's why you have earphones :D
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22:02:28  <nlognbob_>any idea when paid plans will be rolled out?
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22:04:17  <yawnt>im out
22:04:20  <yawnt>cya tomorrow!
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22:27:44  <hotch>mmalecki: jesusabdullah shit i ran out for a while. so will the dns api ticket be escalated?
22:33:08  <mmalecki>hotch: yes, I'll bring it up on a call tomorrow, please pm me the ticket number
22:33:40  <hotch>mmalecki: ahh i don't remember which piece of nodejitsu ware it affected so that i can find the ticket ......
22:34:04  <mmalecki>hotch: ok, I'll follow up in person then
22:34:10  <mmalecki>I believe I have your email address
22:34:19  <hotch>thanks again mmalecki
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22:37:56  <jesusabdullah>mmalecki: I'll get you in on the ticket
22:38:31  <mmalecki>jesusabdullah: kthx :)
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22:58:05  <tsnm>"An error has occurred: {"bytesParsed":0,"code":"HPE_INVALID_CONSTANT"}" does that seem like a nodejitsu related problem, or a problem with my code? only appears after trying to set transports on socket.io
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22:59:12  <mmalecki>tsnm: don't use flash fallback
22:59:34  <tsnm>ah okay, it's not supported? that would be the explanation then! thanks
23:00:23  <mmalecki>tsnm: well, it responds with non-http response. node generally doesn't support that and our proxy uses http client
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23:06:13  <tsnm>mmalecki: got it, appears to be working now. even stopped throwing random 500 Internal Server Errors from time to time while GET-requesting "/socket.io/1?t=[..]". unfortunately not sure what that was about. probably should investigate that, too ;)
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23:31:01  <Cache_Money>How do I deploy this app https://github.com/mde/geddy I'm not sure which script to run on start
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23:36:07  <mmalecki>well, how do you run it locally?
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23:57:04  <adollaroutof15c>Hi, I am new to nodejitsu (and IRC) I am looking for help detecting the domain or sub domain that my nodejitsu app is being hit with. is there any way to detect the current domain?