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02:03:29  <Nodejitsu-Github>[jitsu] jesusabdullah created databases-copy (+1 new commit): http://git.io/kVW3lA
02:03:29  <Nodejitsu-Github>[jitsu/databases-copy] [ux] After "get"ing a database, print help with example usage - Joshua Holbrook
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02:08:40  <Nodejitsu-Github>[jitsu/databases-copy] [ux] After "get"ing a database, print help with example usage - Joshua Holbrook
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02:11:08  <Nodejitsu-Github>[jitsu/databases-copy] [ux] After "get"ing a database, print help with example usage - Joshua Holbrook
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02:24:34  <jesusabdullah>the best types of PRs
02:24:41  <jesusabdullah>are the ones I force-push to 6 times
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03:59:50  <jake_>Hello!
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04:08:41  <jake_>I can't seem to get my Jitsu account up and running.
04:08:56  <jake_>sudo npm install jitsu -g /usr/lib/node_modules/npm/lib/utils/config-defs.js:5 , stdio = process.binding("stdio") ^ Error: No such module at Object.<anonymous> (/usr/lib/node_modules/npm/lib/utils/config-defs.js:5:21) at Module._compile (module.js:449:26) at Object.Module._extensions..js (module.js:467:10) at Module.load (module.js:356:32) at Function.Module._load (module.js:312:12) at M
04:09:05  <jake_>Anyone know what I'm doing wrong?
04:25:52  <AvianFlu>jake_, looks like out of date jitsu and/or node versions
04:25:58  <AvianFlu>what's your node -v and jitsu -v
04:26:11  <jake_>Let me see
04:26:31  <jake_>sudo curl http://npmjs.org/install.sh | sh Password: % Total % Received % Xferd Average Speed Time Time Time Current Dload Upload Total Spent Left Speed 100 7881 100 7881 0 0 54487 0 --:--:-- --:--:-- --:--:-- 82957 tar=/usr/bin/tar version: bsdtar 2.8.3 - libarchive 2.8.3 install [email protected] fetching: http://registry.npmjs.org/npm/-/npm-1.1.45.tgz 0.8.4 1.1.45 cle
04:26:35  <jake_>Oh great.
04:26:45  <jake_>npm ERR! Error: EPERM, chmod '/usr/local/bin/npm' npm ERR! { [Error: EPERM, chmod '/usr/local/bin/npm'] errno: 50, code: 'EPERM', path: '/usr/local/bin/npm' } npm ERR! npm ERR! Please try running this command again as root/Administrator. npm ERR! System Darwin 11.4.0 npm ERR! command "/usr/local/bin/node" "/private/var/folders/5s/s_w1y3h91g58szmgfxfjxs9r0000gn/T/npm.49460/package/cli.js" "install" "-gf" npm ERR! cwd /private/var/f
04:26:45  <npmbro>jake_: Please see npm's documentation at https://duckduckgo.com/?q=site%3Ahttp%3A%2F%2Fnpmjs.org%2Fdoc%2F%20ERR
04:27:02  <jake_>ok
04:27:57  <jesusabdullah>jake_: http://gist.github.com
04:28:01  <jesusabdullah>jake_: npmbro is a bot
04:28:16  <jake_>kk I'll gist it
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04:28:57  <jesusabdullah>I think what you want to do, jake_, is go to http://nodejs.org and download the latest mac package. npm is bundled with node now.
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04:29:46  <jake_>I just tried it, and this happened:
04:30:06  <jake_>http://pastebin.com/JjXV0XyQ
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04:30:28  <jesusabdullah>jake_: No, that's trying to install npm. I think you want to install node.
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04:30:48  <jesusabdullah>jake_: http://nodejs.org/dist/v0.8.4/node-v0.8.4.pkg
04:30:55  <jesusabdullah>jake_: download and run that
04:31:13  <jake_>kk
04:32:15  <jake_>So, the node works.
04:32:21  <jake_>But the Npm is messed up
04:32:36  <jake_> npm -v /usr/lib/node_modules/npm/lib/utils/config-defs.js:5 , stdio = process.binding("stdio") ^ Error: No such module at Object.<anonymous> (/usr/lib/node_modules/npm/lib/utils/config-defs.js:5:21) at Module._compile (module.js:449:26) at Object.Module._extensions..js (module.js:467:10) at Module.load (module.js:356:32) at Function.Module._load (module.js:312:12) at Module.require (mod
04:33:08  <jake_>This has never happened before when using node, this is strange.
04:33:34  <jesusabdullah>Very strange.
04:33:42  <jesusabdullah>At this point, your best bet is to ask isaacs
04:33:59  <jesusabdullah>https://github.com/isaacs/npm/issues/new
04:34:17  <jesusabdullah>also, jake_, for future reference, don't paste text into the channel, always use a gist.
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04:41:44  <Nexxy>FORTY LASHES WITH A WET NOODLE FOR JAKE_
04:41:55  <Nexxy>THAT WILL TEACH HIM TO COMMIT SUCH FOOLISH ACTS
04:43:17  <jesusabdullah>OHO
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04:44:37  <jake_>D':
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04:51:24  <wookiehangover>http://jifasnif.jit.su/
04:56:46  <chilts>cool
04:57:34  <jesusabdullah>word
04:58:19  <Nexxy>WHAT'S A QUICK LEFT?
04:58:26  <Nexxy>INQUIRING MINDS WANT TO KNOW
04:58:30  <wookiehangover>Nexxy: the opposite of a slow right
04:59:22  <Nexxy>THAT'S NOT POLAR OPPOSITE
04:59:55  <jesusabdullah>tsk tsk
05:00:17  <Nexxy>my baby thinks he is flying in his sleep
05:01:01  <wookiehangover>Nexxy: ftr, quick left is my biznass
05:01:20  <wookiehangover>and that was part of a presentation I gave at meetup group this week
05:01:28  <wookiehangover>so I left that slide in therrrr
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05:39:14  <Nexxy>wookiehangover, O rly
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07:08:57  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/flatiron/prompt/compare/e4d3488287bd...bcf23a46defd
07:08:57  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/flatiron/prompt/builds/1966616
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07:10:38  <neino3>help. i've just get an account. and confirming by using jitsu command like 'jitsu users confirm <my_user_name> <key_code>'. Then I got error. connect ETIMEDOUT
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07:11:44  <neino3>what should i do?
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07:24:05  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] flatiron/resourceful#155 (master - 76361ce : Marak Squires): The build is still failing.
07:24:05  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/flatiron/resourceful/compare/0fff5492a11d...76361ce26515
07:24:05  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/flatiron/resourceful/builds/1966665
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07:59:37  <blakmatrix>neino3: thats a wired error, I'd retry... make sure you're not already logged in as a differnt user, if that doesnt work I'd suggest clearing your dns cache (or restarting if thats easier for you)
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08:08:11  <yawnt>http://comehackwithus.com/
08:08:14  <yawnt>:O
08:08:19  <yawnt>too good to be true
08:08:47  <blakmatrix>lol
08:09:56  <yawnt>?
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08:14:53  <deadman87>lol.. they should turn that into a reality tv show
08:16:23  <yawnt>ahaha
08:16:31  <yawnt>i can see the promo
08:16:55  <yawnt>"12 coders, a tropical island, 1 idea"
08:17:20  <blakmatrix>"sausage fest"
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08:17:40  <deadman87>"Will they survive the hackathon or crack under pressure?"
08:17:46  <trodrigues>it's also a nice setting for a horror movie
08:17:49  <deadman87>"Featuring models from the tropical island"
08:17:59  <trodrigues>12 people in an island
08:18:05  <trodrigues>then they start dying off one by one
08:18:11  <deadman87>trodrigues, code to kill zombies
08:18:15  <deadman87>or something
08:18:37  <trodrigues>"they say if you break the build...he comes and slits your throat in your sleep!"
08:19:12  <deadman87>lol
08:19:17  <deadman87>I have a question guys
08:19:46  <deadman87>Im using avianflu's ntwitter to access the twitter streaming API, tracking keywords, etc...
08:20:02  <deadman87>now.. I want to create a frontend where I can add/remove keywords
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08:20:37  <deadman87>questions is: How do I go about storing the keywords and track them? I dont want to create an array in memory...
08:21:10  <deadman87>I was thinking along the lines of either a) a file on the filesystem or b) redis
08:21:19  <deadman87>any tips? :)
08:21:38  <blakmatrix>redis is what i'd do with out knowing much
08:21:45  <blakmatrix>either that our couch
08:22:09  <blakmatrix>couch would be nice because then I could modify using curl
08:22:32  <blakmatrix>or futon
08:22:37  <blakmatrix>npm search futon
08:22:38  <npmbro>blakmatrix: Please see http://eirikb.github.com/nipster/#futon
08:22:43  <deadman87>that's one part of the problem.. Say i use couch.. How will I go about actually adding/removing the tracking keywords on the fly?
08:23:29  <deadman87>I was looking at node-http-proxy because it implements real-time adding/removing of routes
08:23:44  <deadman87>but so far I have nothing
08:28:49  <blakmatrix>I'd go the database route, use REST in my app to manage adding removing if need be (assuming we cannot just make the post/put/delete straight to the db. in my experience redis and couch are very fast... but i guess it really depends on what you're doing and what you need
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08:31:27  <deadman87>basically I am making a twitter keyword tracker.. where you add a keyword and a callback URL.. when a tweet appears on the twitter stream matching the keyword, the callback URL is called with the tweet id or URL to tweet
08:32:15  <deadman87>its fairly simple.. Just the part about adding/removing keywords is a bit tricky.
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08:32:51  <deadman87>I dont wanna write another twitter api client from scratch..
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08:37:47  <blakmatrix>deadman87: HSET, HGET, and HDEL on redis
08:37:55  <blakmatrix>npm search redis
08:37:55  <npmbro>blakmatrix: Please see http://eirikb.github.com/nipster/#redis
08:38:40  <blakmatrix>npm install redis
08:38:53  <deadman87>Nice..
08:39:10  <blakmatrix>https://github.com/mranney/node_redis/
08:40:09  <blakmatrix>npm stats redis
08:40:11  <npmbro>blakmatrix: Stats for redis: Latest v0.7.2 published 3 months ago, last pushed to GitHub 15 hours ago, 139 forks, 1507 watchers, 34 tweets
08:40:17  <blakmatrix>neat
08:40:26  <blakmatrix>npm docs redis
08:40:27  <npmbro>blakmatrix: Please see http://github.com/mranney/node_redis#readme
08:40:43  <deadman87>npmbro is awesome lol
08:40:44  <npmbro>deadman87: Please see npm's documentation at https://duckduckgo.com/?q=site%3Ahttp%3A%2F%2Fnpmjs.org%2Fdoc%2F%20is%20awesome%20lol
08:42:34  <deadman87>but.. I think I need to explain myself better.. ntwitter has a function called stream() where one of the parameters contains the keyword. I need to add/remove these keywords on the fly
08:43:11  <deadman87>is there a node.js pattern or module that can do that?
08:43:36  <blakmatrix>regex ?
08:43:41  <deadman87>(thanks for the redis links, reading them now. Thats one part of the problem)
08:44:13  <deadman87>lol.. I am really sucking at explaining my thoughts..
08:44:25  <blakmatrix>anyway to use ntwiters filter mechanism?
08:44:38  <deadman87>yes
08:45:16  <deadman87>I want to be able to add/remove keywords being filtered without stopping the node app
08:45:38  <deadman87>https://github.com/AvianFlu/ntwitter - Check the part about streaming API in the docs
08:47:33  <blakmatrix>couldn't you just spin new dtreams up when a new keyword is added.. destroy it when it has served its purpose ?
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08:49:12  <deadman87>I thought about that... but what happens when there are too many keywords?
08:49:29  <deadman87>or too many streams... say 100+
08:50:04  <blakmatrix>make a queue
08:50:36  <blakmatrix>https://github.com/caolan/async#queue
08:54:03  <deadman87>That's a pretty badass module
08:54:10  <deadman87>async..
08:54:11  <deadman87>nice
08:54:49  <blakmatrix>deadman87: this is how i used it in one of my projects https://github.com/blakmatrix/node-migrator-bot/blob/master/lib/node-migrator-bot.js#L151 , by queuing up functions also line 15 is where i declared the gitQue
08:56:04  <blakmatrix>I suppose though if you do get such a high volume that even this doesnt work so well you could always then store a backlog into a DB
08:56:55  <deadman87>I guess I should start small.. Not worry too much about what happens when it expands now
08:57:11  <blakmatrix>I wouldn't focus on over optimizing though, better to have somethign first, then fix it when you need to :)
08:57:32  <deadman87>exactly.. I was reading about that a while back in Pragmatic Programmer
08:57:36  <deadman87>nice book that
08:57:54  <blakmatrix>i still have that book in my library... havent gotten to it haha
08:58:03  <deadman87>u should.. its a goldmine
08:58:09  <deadman87>changes the way you think about programming
08:58:14  <deadman87>for the better
08:58:52  <blakmatrix>there are a lot of books i need to read, but I find myself so tired after staring at my computer screenfor 8-12 hours a day lol
09:01:24  <deadman87>staring for work or hobby?
09:01:43  <blakmatrix>work
09:01:46  <blakmatrix>:P
09:01:58  <blakmatrix>I'm support engi here at nodejitsu :P
09:02:13  <blakmatrix>way up past my bedtime lol
09:02:50  <blakmatrix>installing node on my raspberrypi i just finally got... its taking foreeeeeeeever
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09:05:32  <yawnt>any library that takes an object and converts it into XML?
09:06:28  <blakmatrix>npm docs js2xml
09:06:28  <npmbro>blakmatrix: Please see http://search.npmjs.org/#/js2xml
09:07:13  <blakmatrix>npm docs data2xml
09:07:14  <npmbro>blakmatrix: Please see https://github.com/appsattic/node-data2xml
09:07:50  <blakmatrix>ohh
09:07:58  <blakmatrix>npm docs obj2xml
09:07:59  <npmbro>blakmatrix: Please see https://github.com/samuel281/obj2xml
09:08:33  <yawnt>thx blakmatrix_
09:08:40  <yawnt>* blakmatrix:
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09:09:25  <blakmatrix>npm docs xml2json
09:09:25  <npmbro>blakmatrix: Please see http://github.com/buglabs/node-xml2json#readme
09:10:03  <blakmatrix>if you obj is json compat :)
09:10:26  <yawnt>i'd need the opposit
09:10:29  <yawnt>json2xml
09:10:52  <yawnt>but i'm looking at node swiz right now
09:11:16  <blakmatrix>xml2json Converts xml to json and viceverza, using node-expat.
09:11:42  <yawnt>wut.. y no doc
09:11:43  <yawnt>nice :)
09:12:15  <blakmatrix>https://github.com/buglabs/node-xml2json/blob/master/lib/json2xml.js
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09:13:11  <yawnt>yeah yeah i saw
09:13:30  <yawnt>node-swiz looks cool.. except that you have to define everything from the beginning .<
09:13:40  <blakmatrix>npm stats xml2json
09:13:41  <npmbro>blakmatrix: Stats for xml2json: Latest v0.2.4 published 2 months ago, last pushed to GitHub 21 days ago, 23 forks, 46 watchers, 4 tweets
09:13:49  <blakmatrix>npm stats node-swiz
09:13:50  <npmbro>blakmatrix: Sorry, I can't work that one out
09:14:35  <blakmatrix>npm stats swiz
09:14:36  <npmbro>blakmatrix: Stats for swiz: Latest v0.4.47 published 16 days ago, last pushed to GitHub 16 days ago, 4 forks, 67 watchers, 3 tweets
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09:15:32  <yawnt>built in rackspace ®
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09:24:24  <yawnt>http://startupmaui.com
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10:08:48  <Ivshti>yawnt: https://github.com/Ivshti/node-json2xml if you need something with a very simple API
10:09:57  <Ivshti>yawnt: sorry, the original is a later version - https://github.com/estheban/node-json2xml/
10:10:51  <yawnt>thank you :)
10:12:08  <Ivshti>yawnt: of course, other modules provide much more features, it's really a matter of what you need
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11:34:19  <mmalecki>okay, need links to sad music, lulz
11:37:16  <yawnt>justin bieber
11:37:25  <yawnt>*badum ta tsss*
11:37:58  <mmalecki>laul
11:38:10  <yawnt>i'm listening to irish music
11:38:18  <yawnt>Whiskey in jar - The dubliners
11:38:28  <yawnt>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8eOIU9ekSMk&feature=relmfu
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11:44:24  <duckbox>Good track that
11:46:41  <yawnt>i like it too
11:52:51  <mmalecki>nice.
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12:05:27  <dominictarr>mmalecki, what is that polish vodka one from last night, the name was in polish, but the video is just vodka vodka vodka
12:05:32  <dominictarr>?
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12:07:20  <mmalecki>dominictarr: Sobieski I think. the green one?
12:07:41  <dominictarr>oh, I mean a song
12:07:51  <yawnt>lol
12:07:52  <dominictarr>someone played it off youtube
12:08:30  <mmalecki>dominictarr: lol. the one when we were dancing on the couch?
12:08:57  <dominictarr>I think I was dancing on the floor at that point.
12:09:34  <dominictarr>but in the video they are drinking shots of vodka that they are holding with a long fork thing.
12:09:55  <dominictarr>also, the vodka has a picture of the fork on the label.
12:10:22  <dominictarr>also, the guy in the song is wearing this tinfoil box thing as a hat.
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12:12:29  <mmalecki>dominictarr: hm, that's an interesting question. I don't recall any vodka with a fork on the label. I'll ask my friend - any idea who was dj'ing then?
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12:27:41  <rudiX>hello
12:27:46  <rudiX>i am getting "Error: connect ECONNREFUSED"
12:28:08  <rudiX>any help appreciated
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12:32:34  <dominictarr>mmalecki, I don't remember.
12:33:04  <mmalecki>dominictarr: somehow I'm not surprised. I'll ask people, I don't remember that tune
12:33:38  <rudiX>what econnrefused error means
12:33:50  <mmalecki>rudiX: in the browser or while deploying?
12:34:09  <rudiX>both console and browser
12:34:13  <mmalecki>rudiX: if it's during the deploy, just try again or do `jitsu apps start`. it's our fault - a bad server
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12:35:58  <rudiX>oh it started
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12:36:54  <node_x>how to fix this https://gist.github.com/3187716
12:37:18  <mmalecki>node_x: deploy again
12:37:18  <node_x>i am getting error while deploying the application on nodejitsu
12:37:23  <node_x>okay
12:38:04  <rudiX>any chance me and node_x to live on better server :)
12:38:12  <rudiX>this one is too bad
12:38:14  <rudiX>:)
12:39:14  <node_x>really
12:39:30  <mmalecki>rudiX: not seeing anything in the logs, what happened? are you seeing ECONNREFUSED when accessing the application?
12:39:52  <rudiX>in case it starts ... yes
12:40:12  <node_x>yeah
12:40:20  <rudiX>now it is ENOENT, stat 'public/330322883722667'
12:40:21  <mmalecki>rudiX: that means that your app is in restart loop. what's the username and appname?
12:40:21  <node_x>like An error has occurred: {"code":"ECONNREFUSED","errno":"ECONNREFUSED","syscall":"connect"}
12:40:22  <node_x>this
12:40:42  <rudiX>u: arpecop , app: troll
12:40:50  <mmalecki>yeah, that most likely means that application is constantly crashing
12:40:50  <node_x>now its okay with me .. worked
12:40:57  <mmalecki>okay :)
12:43:27  <rudiX>i am not using any databases so its ok with me to completely reset it or ... i dont know
12:43:28  <mmalecki>hm, looks like we're out of servers. spinning up new ones
12:43:32  <rudiX>still does not work
12:45:11  <rudiX>thats good news I guess :)
12:47:27  <rudiX>now I am seeing app that is not mine :/
12:48:01  <rudiX>node_x: is this AGENDA ... your app ?
12:48:37  <node_x>no
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12:49:13  <rudiX>its owned by this dude : https://github.com/siddMahen/
12:49:22  <node_x>rudix: am a beginner ... i jst wrote some hello world program
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12:50:07  <rudiX>mine is live ... and I am kinda worried :/
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12:50:49  <node_x>rudiX : which is your app ?
12:50:57  <node_x>give me your link
12:51:06  <rudiX>i mentioned you didnt shared yours
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12:51:42  <node_x>rudiX: mine is just hello world thing :) that y
12:51:48  <node_x>:P
12:53:31  <rudiX>mmalecki: I dont know what you did ... but thank you mon :)
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12:55:04  <mmalecki>rudiX: zero downtime :). when deployment fails we keep the old drone running
12:55:23  <mmalecki>damn, joyent is being slow today
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12:57:26  <rudiX>ooh ... they know how to spend resources
12:57:45  <rudiX>i remember the times when I used free joyent for my facebook apps
12:57:55  <rudiX>bad times
12:58:11  <yawnt>fuuuu
12:58:23  <yawnt>zombie tests fails cause it takes too long to fetch js scripts from cdn
12:58:25  <yawnt>:(
12:58:30  <mmalecki>right, but we are the guys with over 3000 servers there ;)
12:59:07  <rudiX>yeah nodejitsu is lightning fast
12:59:45  <rudiX>now with joyent I am kinda http://i0.kym-cdn.com/entries/icons/original/000/006/026/futuramafry.jpg
13:01:06  <yawnt>ruby queue on travis-ci http://pastebin.com/raw.php?i=B98MwFjr
13:01:08  <mmalecki>I wish their CLI tools were actually usable
13:01:09  <yawnt>i laughed
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13:30:24  <Ivshti>guys, you ever considered launching a blobstore or something/
13:30:25  <Ivshti>guys, you ever considered launching a blobstore or something?
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13:33:30  <rafaelcastrocout>hi there ... anyone can point a direction to make a websocket work with ws module?
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13:35:43  <rafaelcastrocout>@AvianFlu sorry to bother again ... I tried to split my app in 2 parts ... now it keeps asking to login (secure area) ... any ideas?
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14:26:03  <hotch>hey guys
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14:27:15  <pksunkara>hotch: hi
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14:45:42  <rafaelcastrocout>afk
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14:46:40  <digitxp>does flatiron support route-specific middleware?
14:47:15  <bradleymeck>digitxp, look at 'before' in director
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14:54:28  <digitxp>bradleymeck, is there any way to do it with ad-hoc routing?
14:56:44  <bradleymeck>digitxp i think if you just set .before on the route ala : https://github.com/nodejitsu/haibu/blob/master/lib/haibu/drone/service.js#L27 except not using every it should work
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14:58:29  <digitxp>thanks
15:06:59  <rafaelcastrocout>IT WORKS TT .....sooo happy!
15:07:03  <rafaelcastrocout>http://dota.jit.su/
15:08:38  <pksunkara>rafaelcastrocout: why can't I login?
15:08:57  <rafaelcastrocout>no need to login
15:09:18  <pksunkara>well, I can't play too
15:09:19  <rafaelcastrocout>the users interface isnt ready ...yet
15:09:19  <bradleymeck>O_O
15:09:33  <rafaelcastrocout>but u can join the room and chat!
15:09:47  <pksunkara>rafaelcastrocout: what room?
15:10:01  <rafaelcastrocout>just click play
15:10:32  <rafaelcastrocout>afk
15:11:24  <AvianFlu>rafaelcastrocout, ++
15:11:25  <kohai>rafaelcastrocout has 1 beer
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15:15:40  <yawnt>rafaelcastrocout: what framework are you using?
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15:42:23  <rafaelcastrocout>back
15:42:28  <rafaelcastrocout>thx
15:42:37  <rafaelcastrocout>no framework
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15:51:38  <Domenic>Almost have browserify + director working together, yay.
15:52:26  <pksunkara>Domenic: nice
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15:57:31  <yawnt>rafaelcastrocout: woah cool
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16:17:30  <Domenic>lol director does not work at all in IE10
16:17:35  <Domenic>Like not even a little
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16:18:22  <wr_lann>Does anyone have any idea roughly what a 'drone' equates to in terms of CPU/memory?
16:19:17  <AvianFlu>today, in our public beta, it's 256MB of ram and shared access to two cores from the larger physical host
16:19:26  <AvianFlu>I don't have exact cpu info offhand
16:20:04  <yawnt>rails rumble announced
16:20:05  <yawnt>cool
16:20:06  <AvianFlu>a lot of that will likely become configurable in the future
16:22:36  <wr_lann>ok cool, thanks.
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16:34:59  <Domenic>https://github.com/flatiron/director/pull/129
16:35:21  <AvianFlu>Domenic, ++
16:35:21  <kohai>Domenic has 1 beer
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16:38:50  <pksunkara>Domenic: I am currently reviewing your tests pr
16:38:54  <pksunkara>will do this pr next
16:40:03  <Domenic>w00t
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16:41:16  <pksunkara>Domenic: 0 tests of 66 passed
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16:41:31  <pksunkara>it is what I am getting after trying out your pr
16:41:38  <Domenic>The tests pr?
16:42:03  <pksunkara>yes
16:42:55  <Domenic>You run them by opening routes-harness.html in the browser?
16:43:06  <pksunkara>those 33 are passing
16:43:15  <pksunkara>but html5 tests are not running
16:43:19  <pksunkara>do you know why?
16:43:21  <Domenic>yeah but that was true before my pr
16:43:44  <Domenic>something about shared.fired being undefined when you try to push to it
16:45:34  <Domenic>Wait I lied, oops. OK will fix, hmm, how did that happen.
16:45:41  <pksunkara>Domenic: all the tests are passing before your pr
16:46:01  <pksunkara>if you can fix the html5 tests, I will gladly merge your pr
16:46:21  <pksunkara>becuase changing qunit to npm package is a good thing
16:46:21  <Domenic>for sure
16:47:23  <Domenic>after lunch then
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16:50:56  <Nodejitsu-Github>[director/master] Only use newURL if available (it isn't in IE). - Domenic Denicola
16:50:56  <Nodejitsu-Github>[director/master] Pass [] instead of null to apply for IE<=8's sake. - Domenic Denicola
16:50:56  <Nodejitsu-Github>[director/master] Merge pull request #129 from domenic/ie - Pavan Kumar Sunkara
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16:51:36  <Domenic>^_^
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16:59:56  <Domenic>pksunkara: lol I just accidentally switched `HTML5TEST = true` to `HTML5TEST = false`. Changing it back and all is well :). Force-push incoming.
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17:16:46  <Nodejitsu-Github>[director/master] Remove adhoc test since it is broken and seems very outdated. - Domenic Denicola
17:16:46  <Nodejitsu-Github>[director/master] Use path instead of string concatentation. - Domenic Denicola
17:16:46  <Nodejitsu-Github>[director/master] Clean up tests; use QUnit from npm. - Domenic Denicola
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17:21:47  <Domenic>pksunkara you can also close out #117 and #125 now
17:21:56  <andrewzro>hello
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17:22:36  <andrewzro>i have a question, I've just signed up on nodejitsu for a free plan. is it possible to try websockify?
17:22:53  <andrewzro>will it work?
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17:24:03  <pksunkara>andrewzro: yes, it will work
17:24:12  <andrewzro>even with the free plan?
17:24:17  <pksunkara>Domenic: what's with the dloc in #125?
17:24:20  <pksunkara>andrewzro: yes
17:24:32  <andrewzro>OK, that's great!
17:24:40  <pksunkara>free plan will be available for only 3 months after pricing comes into effect
17:24:52  <andrewzro>when will that happen?
17:24:59  <pksunkara>next month
17:25:05  <Domenic>psunkara: dloc is document.location alias created earlier in the file. I probably should have used it in my PR.
17:25:32  <andrewzro>Im looking to the price plan, I've no idea what drone means
17:26:00  <andrewzro>I don't understand the planning
17:26:05  <andrewzro>how to differentiate
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17:27:01  <Ivshti>andrewzro: a drone is a basic unit of cloud power
17:27:12  <andrewzro>OK, what is it limited by?
17:27:21  <andrewzro>let me give you an example
17:27:22  <Ivshti>the more drones run your app, the more users can your app handle
17:27:32  <andrewzro>how many users can one drone handle?
17:27:36  <Ivshti>since a drone has some resource limitations - RAM, computational power
17:27:41  <pksunkara>andrewzro: please read the faq in our home page
17:27:43  <Ivshti>it depends on how your app is written and how demanding is it
17:27:47  <pksunkara>it will clear up your doubts
17:28:15  <andrewzro>OK, thanks
17:28:15  <Ivshti>you don't have to worry about using more than one drone in the beginning
17:28:24  <xian_>howdy. i'm giving nodejitsu a spin by deploying an app we have in production (currently at joyent). running into some errors, almost definitely the result of my newbness. mind if i ask some questions?
17:28:41  <Ivshti>ask :)
17:28:42  <andrewzro>can I say out loud how awesome this is? :)
17:29:04  <andrewzro>thanks alot for the help!
17:29:37  <xian_>on deploy, i'm getting "Error: socket hang up" after a timeout.
17:30:24  <xian_>the app uses mongo (which I've provisioned) and socket.io.
17:31:14  <Ivshti>xian_: I also get that sometimes, I just re-deploy several times and eventually works
17:31:43  <Ivshti>however, there are some cases in which this happens due to programmer error
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17:32:05  <Ivshti>it has happened to me when my DB could not connect and a HTTP server was never initiated
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17:32:19  <AvianFlu>xian_, how big is your app directory?
17:32:26  <AvianFlu>very large tarballs will cause that proble
17:32:26  <AvianFlu>m
17:33:12  <xian_>i set an env var MONGO_URL to the appropriate url and reference that in environment.js. let me check size.
17:33:28  <Ivshti><AvianFlu>: any plans of releasing delta-based pushing?
17:34:15  <xian_>36M
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17:34:44  <AvianFlu>xian_, anything extra in there that you don't need? anything you didn't mean to include?
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17:35:10  <AvianFlu>there's a memory leak in node's zlib module, so larger tarballs sometimes just make things explode from too much memory used
17:35:29  <AvianFlu>there's a patch pending to fix it, though, so it should remain a temporary problem
17:35:32  <xian_>that's that what "du -sh" reports. let me see what's taking up space.
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17:43:03  <blakmatrix_>i tried to install node on my rasberrypi lastnight, the build failed andtook 3 hours to get to that point haha
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17:46:41  <andrewzro>I've just installed nodejitsu and I wanted to try socket.io sample. there's an error in the sample, it is not able to start
17:46:54  <blakmatrix_>whats the error?
17:47:00  <xian_>32M of the 36 are in node_modules.
17:47:03  <andrewzro>Im on Windows: '.' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
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17:47:21  <blakmatrix_>did you do jitsu install socket.io
17:47:23  <blakmatrix_>oh
17:47:36  <andrewzro>yes
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17:47:48  <andrewzro>I corrected the problem by editing package.json
17:47:55  <xian_>does jitsu install socket.io do anything to the env or does it just set stuff up in your project?
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17:48:20  <andrewzro>helloworld works fine
17:48:34  <andrewzro>like i said, the problem is in the package.json I think
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17:48:49  <hallas>hi
17:48:59  <andrewzro> "scripts": { "start": "./bin/server" }, should be "scripts": { "start": "node ./bin/server" },
17:49:25  <andrewzro>with 'node' in front of './bin/server' it works OK
17:50:20  <andrewzro>does it make sense?
17:50:38  <blakmatrix_>i use powershell, so thats probably why i've never seens that
17:51:58  <andrewzro>probably, I am not using powershell
17:52:11  <andrewzro>just cmd
17:52:40  <blakmatrix_>do you use npm start to run ?
17:52:51  <blakmatrix_>doing thatshould work
17:53:07  <blakmatrix_>uless npm doesnt use path.resolve
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17:55:29  <andrewzro>blakmatrix_: what I did is to run 'jitsu install'
17:55:34  <andrewzro>and then selected socket.io
17:55:43  <andrewzro>again, this on cmd
17:55:49  <andrewzro>this is on cmd
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17:56:00  <andrewzro>i followed the tutorial from the website
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18:02:17  <aadamowski>Hi
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18:02:47  <aadamowski>have an Error thrown at me by jitsu when trying to simply list my databases (there should be only one)
18:02:51  <aadamowski>https://gist.github.com/3189394
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18:02:56  <aadamowski>Any idea?
18:03:17  <xian_>so i've tried about 10 deploys, each results in the same "Error: socket hang up" error. i can't trim down the project (it's not actually that big). anything else i can look into? how do you recommend i hone in on what the problem is?
18:03:22  <blakmatrix_>aadamowski: you need to login
18:03:26  <mmalecki>aadamowski: please update your jitsu (`npm -g install jitsu`)
18:03:36  <mmalecki>actually, blakmatrix_ is correct
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18:05:37  <aadamowski>hmm
18:06:23  <aadamowski>strange, it seems that my account stopped working; I were logged in so I've logged out then tried to log in and now I get "Nodejitsu Error (401): Not Authorized"
18:06:29  <pksunkara>xian_: we installl node_modules for you
18:06:30  <aadamowski>will investigate
18:06:47  <pksunkara>xian_: you just need to specify them in package.json
18:07:06  <blakmatrix_>aadamowski: also update while youre at it
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18:07:16  <aadamowski>OK thanks
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18:08:20  <blakmatrix_>andrewzro: I notice in the helloword we have "node ./bin/server" and that one works for you?
18:08:38  <x_>i made a simple program using socket.io and node.js and deployed on nodejitsu.. but its not woking :( but perfectly workin on localhost
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18:09:02  <jesusabdullah>The reason is that the semantics of scripts.start on npm vs haibu are subtly different
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18:09:17  <blakmatrix_>x_: checkout `jitsu install socket.io`
18:09:42  <jesusabdullah>x_: There are a lot of reasons it may not be working, impossible to tell with the level of detail you've given us. Try blakmatrix_'s suggestion, it's a few versions of sio behind but it should work
18:09:42  <x_>blackmatrix_: let me check that
18:10:16  <blakmatrix_>jesusabdullah: andrewzro is having issues running it from windows cmd
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18:10:49  <andrewzro>yes, blakmatrix_
18:10:51  <andrewzro>thats correct
18:11:07  <jesusabdullah>andrewzro: Yes, npm shells out, haibu doesn't.
18:11:09  <andrewzro>again, socket.io worked after I put 'node'
18:11:29  <andrewzro>hope this will help others too
18:12:12  <andrewzro>for a newbie like me trying to follow a tutorial and seeing it doesn't work is frustrating
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18:16:24  <xian_>pksunkara: i have a node_modules laying around because i've run npm install locally (i run the app locally too). when i jitsu deploy, what exactly is happening? i mean, what is transferred to nodejitsu (and how)?
18:17:01  <ebpanic>I'm new to IRC chat, how do topics work? Are questions on this channel only supposed to relate to this topic? How do I switch topics?
18:17:16  <ebpanic>I have a question about the upcoming View Layer for Flatiron
18:17:31  <x_>thatks guys .. it was my mistake :)
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18:18:05  <jesusabdullah>xian_: we use npm to bundle your app, based on your package.json. Then, we unbundle it on our servers, run "npm install" on it, and then try to run "npm start"
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18:18:32  <AvianFlu>ebpanic, as long as you're talking about node and not being an ass, don't worry about what you're asking :)
18:18:42  <xian_>@jesusabdullah: thanks.
18:19:36  <ebpanic>avianflu, hahaha.. no worries. its about the Flatiron framework
18:20:35  <ebpanic>@avianflu, I'm curious if there is an ETA on the view layer for Flatiron.
18:21:42  <AvianFlu>it should be out pretty soon
18:21:44  <AvianFlu>Marak is working on it
18:22:29  <ebpanic>@avianflu, I have started creating my own view layer in the interim… Is that a stupid idea? Is there anyway I could contribute to the official one instead of duplicating efforts?
18:22:43  <AvianFlu>you'll have to find Marak and ask him
18:22:52  <AvianFlu>I'm not very directly involved in that work
18:23:04  <ebpanic>@avianflu, cool thanks!
18:23:35  <blakmatrix_>ebpanic: https://twitter.com/marak
18:23:54  <ebpanic>@blakmatrix_ cool thanks!
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18:29:37  <pksunkara>ebpanic: we are working on a view layer
18:30:16  <pksunkara>you might want to ping yawnt for some temporary view layer
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18:31:57  <ebpanic>@pksunkara, I think I got some temporary view layer ideas from @yawnt and @coderarity the last time I was on this channel, but I have some time on my hands and wanted to hack on something more substantial
18:32:12  <hallas>can anyone point me to a git repo with a nodejitsu setup that will succesfully deploy? one that uses jade, stylus, express etc?
18:32:27  <jesusabdullah>hallas: jitsu install express
18:32:37  <pksunkara>no stylus tho
18:32:38  <andrewzro>I am trying to run websockify locally first and then I plan to deploy it on nodejitsu. But I am not able to make it run on Windows. It needs Base64 and when I try to run npm install base64, it says: "'node-waf' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file."
18:32:44  <ebpanic>@pksunkara, also I was using it as a way to practice my BDD skills
18:33:17  <pksunkara>ebpanic: keep watching the flatiron organization on github
18:33:19  <jesusabdullah>andrewzro: I'm not familiar with websockify, but I do know that node-waf is the older build tool (now node-gyp is preferred)
18:33:21  <andrewzro>as far as I read there's no solution to make it work on Windows. Will it work if I deploy it directly to nodejitsu?
18:33:27  <jesusabdullah>quite possibly
18:33:31  <jesusabdullah>probably
18:33:36  <pksunkara>ebpanic: we will open source "viewful" soon
18:33:38  <yawnt>ebpanic: have a look at consolidate, but as pksunkara and AvianFlu said you'd probably better ask Marak
18:33:41  <jesusabdullah>I mean, I don't know off-hand if your code is in good shape or not
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18:34:26  <ebpanic>@pksunkara @yawnt, thanks guys, I'll keep looking. :D
18:35:41  <ebpanic>@pksunkara, @yawnt, Just wanted to say that you guys are creating some really nice projects, I'm a fan of what you guys are doing at Nodejitsu
18:35:47  <hallas>jesusabdullah: it fails, tells me my dir ENOEMPTY while trying to rmdir ebpanic nodeapps-express folder :(
18:36:02  <yawnt>ebpanic: i'm no Nodejitsu unfortunately :P hahah
18:36:13  <hallas>i ran the command in a fresh clean folder for a new project
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18:36:21  <jesusabdullah>hallas: I'll need to see the full output of jitsu
18:36:28  <jesusabdullah>hallas: http://gist.github.com
18:36:42  <jesusabdullah>hallas: It may be a difference between windows and *nix
18:36:55  <hallas>im on lion
18:36:55  <jesusabdullah>hallas: The code itself is probably there
18:37:12  <hallas>jesusabdullah: https://gist.github.com/3189654
18:37:14  <jesusabdullah>well maybe lion screwed something else up ;)
18:37:15  <hallas>just fyi
18:37:17  <hallas>;)
18:37:18  <hallas>i know
18:37:42  <jesusabdullah>ohhhh
18:37:51  <jesusabdullah>stale node version in the code probably
18:38:08  <jesusabdullah>https://github.com/nodeapps/boilerplates
18:38:16  <jesusabdullah>this is where those are coming from
18:38:24  <hallas>oh right
18:38:27  <hallas>so i need to update?
18:38:32  <jesusabdullah>the express one is ripped off from an old express boilerplate
18:38:42  <jesusabdullah>Which node version are you running?
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18:38:56  <hallas>.8.1
18:39:02  <hallas>off brew i think
18:39:24  <jesusabdullah>oh, I know what it is
18:39:34  <jesusabdullah>the express version specified in that package.json
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18:39:43  <jesusabdullah>has a really narrow acceptable node versions field
18:39:54  <jesusabdullah>only accepts some slice of 0.6
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18:40:04  <yawnt>jesusabdullah: has 0.8 landed on nodejitsu?
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18:40:18  <jesusabdullah>I don't think so, but it's on its way for sure
18:40:23  <hallas>maybe i should just try my own setup but last week i tried a few deploys, none of them ran properly, let me try, perhaps ill get back to you with something more easy to fix
18:41:02  <jesusabdullah>hallas: if you share the deploy errors we can help
18:41:07  <yawnt>thx
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18:41:23  <jesusabdullah>hallas: but we need to see them or we can't help
18:41:35  <hallas>me and my company has a great stack of techs we'd like to use, revolving around node.js, having somewhere we can deploy too without much hassle is key, so getting nodejitsu to work is paramount :D
18:41:36  <hallas>sure
18:41:38  <hallas>naturally
18:42:16  <yawnt>am i the only one who thinks twitter got a lot faster since yesterday?
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18:45:11  <hallas>jesusabdullah: okay i tried to deploy with nodeengine 0.8.1, it fails, prolly only works with .6.x
18:46:15  <ebpanic>@yawnt, sorry! :D
18:46:49  <Domenic>Boom, https://github.com/flatiron/director/pull/130
18:47:50  <jesusabdullah>hallas: We support 0.6.x right now
18:47:54  <jesusabdullah>hallas: on nodejitsu
18:47:58  <ebpanic>@yawnt, I was looking at consolidate.js the other day, but I looks like it still needs a view layer to be effective in terms of using the concept of layouts, etc..
18:48:00  <jesusabdullah>hallas: 0.8.x support is on its way
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18:49:37  <ebpanic>@yawnt, are you using plates with consolidate.js? or are you using one of the other engines?
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18:50:02  <yawnt>and there.. csrf is done too
18:51:13  <andrewzro>jesusabdullah: i managed to modify websockify to use built-in node.js base64 functions and it works! :))
18:51:26  <jesusabdullah>andrewzro: Great!
18:51:38  <jesusabdullah>andrewzro: Might I recommend pull requesting your changes upstream?
18:51:39  <andrewzro>next step is to make this baby run on nodejitsu
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18:52:08  <andrewzro>not sure how to do that, you mean by github?
18:52:14  <jesusabdullah>indeed
18:52:36  <andrewzro>I need to check how to do that, I've never done that
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18:52:50  <jesusabdullah>It's a good experience to have.
18:52:55  <Domenic>^truth
18:52:56  <andrewzro>true
18:53:06  <Domenic>then the bot will announce your changes in this channel and you will feel warm and fuzzy
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18:53:31  <jesusabdullah>well
18:53:44  <jesusabdullah>not these changes probably, websockify isn't one of our projects
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18:54:01  <willwh>oi folks :)
18:54:08  <willwh>jesusabdullah: kohai progress? good, bad, ugly? :D
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18:54:14  <jesusabdullah>none
18:54:18  <willwh>rgr
18:56:58  <andrewzro>I just realized I don't know how would it be possible for websockify to work on nodejitsu :)
18:57:12  <jesusabdullah>what makes you say that?
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18:57:19  <andrewzro>websockify is listening on a given websocket port
18:57:26  <andrewzro>how would that work on nodejitsu
18:57:27  <jesusabdullah>websocket ports are http ports
18:57:27  <andrewzro>?
18:57:28  <jesusabdullah>so your good
18:57:31  <jesusabdullah>you're*
18:57:37  <pksunkara>andrewzro: we support websockets
18:57:38  <jesusabdullah>it'll punch to port 80
18:57:44  <jesusabdullah>http://wsping.jit.su
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18:58:05  <andrewzro>oh, so basically I need to give port 80 to the websockify
18:58:23  <andrewzro>websockify wants 2 params
18:58:58  <jesusabdullah>You don't need anything special or anything
18:59:03  <andrewzro>websocket server and port to listen to and a server + port for socket
18:59:20  <NetMakeIt>jesusabdullah: Can someone kill the instances of tulsabot again. Under user mrmakeit.
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19:00:25  <yawnt>damn zombie sure slows down tests like hell
19:00:58  <andrewzro>here's how websockify parse the input params:
19:01:01  <andrewzro>source_arg = argv._[0].toString();
19:01:02  <andrewzro>target_arg = argv._[1].toString();
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19:01:14  <jesusabdullah>Why two ports?
19:01:17  <jesusabdullah>That makes no sense
19:01:45  <AvianFlu>NetMakeIt, how many extra do you see?
19:01:53  <jamesh>hi there... I'm building a node chat app... what type of database would you recommend? MySql, Mongo... etc?
19:01:54  <NetMakeIt>just one
19:02:07  <jesusabdullah>jamesh: redis
19:02:07  <AvianFlu>NetMakeIt, cool, I'll kill it in a few minutes
19:02:22  <blakmatrix>jamesh: why do yo uneed a DB ?
19:02:25  <Ivshti>jamesh: redis is a more of a datastore, try MongoDB
19:02:30  <coderarity>jamesh, maybe reddit
19:02:36  <coderarity>redis*
19:02:36  <Ivshti>jamesh: oh yeah, for a chat, redis
19:02:39  <coderarity>lawl
19:02:42  <andrewzro>jesusabdullah: the first one is for the port to listen for websocket connections and 2nd one is for the socket server to forward the websocket calls to
19:02:47  <yawnt>pksunkara: you didn't tell me it was your birthday :O .. happy bday bro!
19:02:48  <jesusabdullah>but
19:02:57  <Ivshti>andrewzro: yeah, but it's nice to save the chat log
19:03:01  <pksunkara>yawnt: thanks :)
19:03:01  <jesusabdullah>but why would it have to do that?
19:03:11  <jesusabdullah>websockets listen on the same port as regular http
19:03:13  <andrewzro>Ivshti: what do you mean
19:03:15  <jamesh>I need to store some historical chat logs... and probably user info once they register
19:03:16  <jesusabdullah>like socket.io
19:03:27  <jesusabdullah>sounds like a job for couch, jamesh
19:03:29  <yawnt>also hai coderarity
19:03:35  <yawnt>and build fixed.. awesome
19:03:44  <Ivshti>jamesh: well, use socket.io / websockets to transfer the messages directly and a database in the background to save the chat history
19:04:13  <jamesh>hmm.. interesting Ivshti
19:04:14  <blakmatrix>couch!
19:04:35  <Ivshti>guys, please, don't let this turn into a flamewar :)
19:04:41  <jamesh>so it sounds like 75% Redis / 25% couch ? :)
19:04:55  <jesusabdullah>jamesh: it depends on what you want to store.
19:04:57  <Ivshti>jamesh: couchdb, redis, mongo - choose whatever's best for you
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19:05:10  <pksunkara>jesusabdullah: choose git :D
19:05:17  <pksunkara>and filesystem
19:05:21  <jamesh>I'm a newbie on that type of storage... I'm coming from a relational DB background
19:05:22  <jesusabdullah>pffffsht
19:05:38  <Ivshti>jamesh: honestly, I think that for a chat DB speed does not matter that much
19:05:40  <jesusabdullah>jamesh: redis is almost more like memcached I think
19:05:42  <andrewzro>jesusabdullah: here's what I want to do: I want to write a simple html+js web app which communicates with a TCP socket server. I need websockify in the middle for that
19:05:46  <Ivshti>cause you're transfering the messages directly through websockets :)
19:05:57  <Ivshti>and using the DB only to save chat log
19:06:04  <jesusabdullah>andrewzro: you can't host tcp services on nodejitsu because we use http proxying.
19:06:13  <andrewzro>no no
19:06:16  <andrewzro>i dont want to do that
19:06:24  <andrewzro>the TCP socket server is on another server
19:06:45  <jesusabdullah>oh okay, I see
19:06:46  <jamesh>so socket.io is basically websockets for all browsers right?
19:06:54  <jesusabdullah>kinda sorta
19:06:56  <andrewzro>what i need nodejitsu for is to host the websockify.js which does the proxying between the websockets and TCP scpkets
19:06:56  <yawnt>kinda
19:07:05  <jesusabdullah>gross oversimplification but you can roll with it
19:07:06  <yawnt>the result looks similar but it has dirty tricks under the hood
19:07:09  <andrewzro>would this work?
19:07:09  <jesusabdullah>andrewzro: I see. That should work.
19:07:26  <jamesh>thanks for the feedback!
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19:11:00  <jamesh>now one more question... what's your favorite Node boilerplates out there? As a beginner, I'm trying to find something that can get me going asap, data storage, etc
19:12:55  <pksunkara>jamesh: flatiron
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19:13:01  <pksunkara>!gh flatiron/flatiron
19:13:01  <kohai>pksunkara, https://github.com/flatiron/flatiron
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19:16:24  <Domenic>Wait what is this. Happpy birthday pksunkara! (According to Twitter!) Thanks for spending it reviewing my PRs!
19:17:08  <pksunkara>Domenic: thnx, actually my birthday just started (I am on GMT +5:30)
19:18:59  <andrewzro>stupid question: is it required for the node.js app to be published(npm publish) in order to deploy it on nodejitsu?
19:19:11  <pksunkara>andrewzro: no
19:19:15  <pksunkara>but the deps need to be
19:19:18  <andrewzro>ok thanks pksunkara
19:19:21  <pksunkara>unless you bundle them
19:19:32  <andrewzro>here is the error I get when trying to deploy:
19:19:34  <andrewzro>info: Checking app availability websockify info: Creating app websockify error: Error creating websockify error: Nodejitsu Error (500): Internal Server Error error: Error running command deploy error: Nodejitsu Error (500): Internal Server Error
19:20:09  <andrewzro>I have 3 dependencies
19:20:30  <andrewzro>they were generated by the tool when analyzing the js
19:20:31  <andrewzro>ata: ws: '~0.4.21', ata: optimist: '~0.3.4', ata: policyfile: '~0.0.5'
19:21:00  <jesusabdullah>andrewzro: http://gist.github.com
19:21:01  <andrewzro>ignore 'ata' its from the cmd line
19:22:05  <Domenic>nodejitsu has way too many 500 errors when deploying :-/
19:22:21  <andrewzro>https://gist.github.com/3189954
19:22:28  <andrewzro>jesusabdullah: https://gist.github.com/3189954
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19:23:59  <jesusabdullah>andrewzro: username?
19:24:09  <andrewzro>nitescua
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19:24:48  <andrewzro>you mean my nodejitsu username
19:24:53  <andrewzro>that's the one
19:25:33  <blakmatrix>npm docs ws
19:25:34  <npmbro>blakmatrix: Please see http://github.com/einaros/ws#readme
19:25:42  <jesusabdullah>andrewzro: can you deploy while I watch?
19:25:55  <andrewzro>sure
19:26:02  <andrewzro>let me know when to retry
19:26:15  <jesusabdullah>now
19:26:26  <andrewzro>doing it
19:26:31  <andrewzro>done
19:26:46  <jesusabdullah>jesus
19:26:52  <jesusabdullah>that was fast
19:26:59  <andrewzro>?
19:27:32  <andrewzro>do I need to bundle the dependencies maybe?
19:27:36  <andrewzro>because I didnt
19:28:00  <andrewzro>it's such a pity the error doesn't say much
19:28:06  <jesusabdullah>not bundle, just list in your package.json
19:28:13  <jesusabdullah>yes, I'm bummed as well.
19:28:14  <andrewzro>oh, ok
19:28:22  <andrewzro>that's done already
19:28:25  <jesusabdullah>andrewzro: Can you gist me your package.json ?
19:28:31  <andrewzro>sure
19:29:37  <jesusabdullah>brb starting coffee, I'll read up
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19:30:16  <andrewzro>https://gist.github.com/3190034
19:30:21  <andrewzro>jesusabdullah: https://gist.github.com/3190034
19:31:20  <AvianFlu>andrewzro, put in a README.md that's like, four lines long
19:31:22  <andrewzro>it was pretty much generated by the nodejitsu tool when running deploy
19:31:24  <AvianFlu>it will probably deploy after that
19:31:33  <AvianFlu>this is a really lame npm bug
19:31:45  <andrewzro>ok, let me try that
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19:32:06  <NetMakeIt>avianflu: status on the tulsabot zombie?
19:33:12  <AvianFlu>NetMakeIt, I had a meeting until a few minutes ago, I'm running the search now
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19:35:31  <AvianFlu>I'll have it dead in a few minutes
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19:39:19  <andrewzro>AvianFlu: what I did is I created README.md with more than 4 line of text file near the js file and package.json
19:39:23  <andrewzro>it still doesnt work
19:39:43  <andrewzro>does it matter that I didnt add a user by npm?
19:39:49  <jesusabdullah>no
19:39:52  <andrewzro>ok
19:40:07  <AvianFlu>andrewzro, delete the package.json and try it again, I'd say
19:40:09  <andrewzro>should i try to deploy helloworld for example?
19:40:14  <andrewzro>ok, i will do that
19:40:21  <AvianFlu>if not, try a helloworld
19:40:41  <andrewzro>should i delete also node_modules directory?
19:40:51  <andrewzro>before running the deploy again
19:41:32  <andrewzro>OMG
19:42:05  <NetMakeIt>AvianFlu: thanks.
19:42:42  <andrewzro>here's what it gives me now: https://gist.github.com/3190093
19:42:49  <andrewzro>AvianFlu: jesusabdullah
19:43:04  <AvianFlu>andrewzro, you need to add your dependencies to your package.json
19:43:46  <andrewzro>it previously did that automatically
19:43:48  <andrewzro>not anymore
19:44:43  <AvianFlu>it's probably disabled by default at this point
19:44:52  <AvianFlu>that stuff is being updated, it will work properly again soon
19:45:08  <pksunkara>Domenic: most of the node community is following that rule of including tests in npm package
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19:45:20  <Domenic>pksunkara: I have found the opposite
19:45:25  <pksunkara>and we at nodejitsu most certainly do
19:45:34  <Domenic>pksunkara: at least in projects that use .npmignore at all
19:45:45  <Domenic>but certainly if it's a nodejitsu-wide practice, then /shrug
19:46:05  <andrewzro>how can I remove an app?
19:46:18  <coderarity>andrewzro, 'jitsu destroy`
19:46:22  <andrewzro>now it says the app and subdomain is already in use
19:46:25  <andrewzro>a bit messy
19:46:42  <Domenic>yeah it looks like the practice at nodejitsu is just not to use .npmignore, ah well.
19:46:50  <coderarity>Domenic, no
19:46:58  <Domenic>makes it harder to check node_modules into git, but i don't do that anyway, so w/e
19:47:14  <coderarity>Domenic, it should use the .npmignore if it's there
19:47:50  <Domenic>coderarity: I meant as in for packages nodejitsu develops and publishes themselves, they do not include .npmignore from what I see poking around github
19:47:53  <AvianFlu>coderarity, he's not talking abotu deploys
19:48:04  <coderarity>oh, okay
19:48:24  <yawnt>how do i re-deploy over a version?
19:48:30  <coderarity>because npm should use the .gitignore ;P
19:48:49  <yawnt>(talkin bout jitsu)
19:48:49  <Domenic>Context for this npmignore discussion: https://github.com/flatiron/director/pull/131
19:49:00  <Domenic>Also for the record I don't have strong feelings that my PR must be accepted or I will be upset
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19:50:08  <jesusabdullah>andrewzro: jitsu destroy the old app and you should be able to deploy
19:50:23  <coderarity>Domenic, oh, I see...
19:50:24  <blakmatrix>yawnt: I'm not certain but yo umight have to destroy the snapshot first
19:50:32  <yawnt>blakmatrix: doing that
19:50:38  <yawnt>i was hoping there was something in the CLI
19:50:40  <yawnt>but thanks :)
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19:51:04  <yawnt>oh come on
19:51:08  <yawnt>it increments anyway
19:51:27  <andrewzro>jesusabdullah: thanks, it worked
19:51:30  <andrewzro>but stupid me
19:51:43  <andrewzro>I left the websockify listen to 8086 port
19:51:46  <jesusabdullah>That's fine
19:51:51  <jesusabdullah>we punch it to 80
19:52:01  <blakmatrix>yawnt: you coudl always destroy the app and start over from square 1
19:52:03  <jesusabdullah>no matter what port you listen on, we proxy to it
19:52:04  <andrewzro>now in javascript on client it doesnt work
19:52:30  <jesusabdullah>What does "doesn't work" mean?
19:52:36  <yawnt>blakmatrix: yay
19:52:54  <coderarity>Domenic, that's an interesting PR
19:52:56  <yawnt>now my error pages show kittens from httpcats
19:53:00  <yawnt>cool? (y/n)
19:53:15  <yawnt>accepting other ideas gladly
19:53:41  <blakmatrix>yawnt: but in general it's just the incrementing features and how it works with snapshots
19:53:50  <blakmatrix>turtles are cool
19:54:17  <jesusabdullah>andrewzro: What does "doesn't work" mean?
19:54:17  <yawnt>do you have a link about http turtles?
19:54:50  <yawnt>http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3209/2948976699_c19b1bc6df_z.jpg 404 turtle not found
19:55:29  <andrewzro>guys, this is so awesome
19:55:31  <andrewzro>it works!!!
19:56:10  <andrewzro>i was able to make a html5 app which connects to a TCP server using nodejitsu and websockify
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19:56:41  <andrewzro>please excuse my noob excitement :D
19:56:52  <andrewzro>thank you for your help
19:56:55  <andrewzro>this is awesome
19:57:00  <andrewzro>nodejitsu rocks
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19:57:34  <jesusabdullah>andrewzro: Word
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19:57:42  <jesusabdullah>andrewzro: I'm sure that will be very useful.
19:57:57  <andrewzro>Word? what do you mean
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19:58:38  <jesusabdullah>andrewzro: http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=word
19:58:42  <jesusabdullah>andrewzro: It's a Good Thing (tm)
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20:01:16  <andrewzro>there are few things I dont understand
20:01:25  <andrewzro>first, those errors
20:01:33  <andrewzro>I have no idea how it worked in the end
20:01:38  <andrewzro>this if fine when playing
20:01:43  <andrewzro>but for a serious app it's not
20:02:32  <andrewzro>also, I dont understand why it only analyzed the js and generate the dependencies in package.json when i first run deploy
20:02:48  <andrewzro>after running deploy the next times, it didnt analyze the js and generated the dependencies
20:03:12  <andrewzro>hence, the deploy was failing due to the depedencies missing
20:03:29  <NetMakeIt>avianflu: thanks. looks good.
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20:04:00  <blakmatrix>andrewzro: in general yo ushould be managing your own dependencies
20:04:21  <blakmatrix>in your package.json files
20:04:25  <jesusabdullah>andrewzro: First, it sounds like you ran into a very obscure error.
20:04:28  <blakmatrix>/files/file/
20:04:42  <jesusabdullah>blakmatrix: It'd be better if require-analyzer was more reliable
20:04:53  <jesusabdullah>andrewzro: as it turns out what require-analyzer does is harder than it sounds.
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20:06:10  <AvianFlu>we've got someone working on the require-analyzer
20:06:41  <AvianFlu>FB55++
20:06:41  <kohai>FB55 has 1 beer
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20:24:01  <x__>checkout this http://sreekumar.node.jit.su/
20:24:05  <x__>:P
20:24:22  <coderarity>i feel deceived lol
20:24:43  <yawnt>lol
20:25:04  <yawnt>hey it auto updates
20:25:11  <x__>i got some visitors :P
20:25:25  <yawnt>i wanna turn the counter down
20:25:32  <yawnt>IMMA HACK NODEJITU
20:25:33  <yawnt>*SU
20:28:37  <x__>still have some visitors
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20:32:18  <slickplaid>look at those visitors
20:32:22  <slickplaid>bam
20:32:50  <slickplaid>my computer isn't liking that
20:32:53  <slickplaid>but still cool
20:33:37  <slickplaid>i believe that exceeded the amount of memory allowed on that thread lol
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20:44:57  <slickplaid>im just going to keep this running. Should keep visitors at 50 :D
20:47:50  <x__>:P
20:48:50  <x__>slickplaid: :D
20:49:00  <x__>that is cool :D
20:49:02  <slickplaid>heh
20:49:30  <x__>how you do that ?
20:49:57  <slickplaid>one sec, i'll gist the code
20:50:05  <x__>k
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20:53:35  <slickplaid>https://gist.github.com/3190424
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20:56:19  <x__>slickplaid: you did some work !
20:56:19  <x__>:)
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20:56:41  <slickplaid>im bored
20:57:09  <slickplaid>it's friday, i have ~1hr of work left
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20:57:45  <x__>:) am a beginner to node
20:57:55  <coderarity>slickplaid, start something HUGE
20:58:25  <slickplaid>I've been working on this huge project by myself as the sole developer for about a year
20:58:31  <slickplaid>i want to work with someone else on something on the side
20:58:39  <slickplaid>just haven't taken the time to look around
20:59:29  <coderarity>slickplaid, or this http://www.newgrounds.com/portal/view/496290
20:59:46  <coderarity>remember to click the ads
21:01:02  <x__>slickplaid : can you suggest something cool .. that can be done with this ... or some nice idea .
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21:03:20  <slickplaid>well, if you want to do something fun, write it on canvas and have some sort of animation when someone connects
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21:03:45  <slickplaid>then build it into having pieces on the canvas that people can move around with their mouse
21:03:53  <slickplaid>hook up socket to relay the positions
21:04:07  <slickplaid>maybe keyboard instead of mouse
21:04:46  <x__>let me try something like that
21:04:49  <slickplaid>if you really want to get fancy, grab their location, get weather stats and display maybe a different icon for their current conditions
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21:05:47  <slickplaid>or just build a chat window
21:05:48  <slickplaid>:D
21:05:53  <slickplaid>depends on how much time you want to spend on it
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21:07:38  <x__>i'm interested to spend some time .. coz am trying to understand those stuffs in node
21:08:41  <slickplaid>looks like i can't get any higher than about 180-200 connections via socket.io
21:09:03  <slickplaid>on a single browser
21:09:20  <x__>is it ??
21:09:33  <AvianFlu>I think he means before the browser craps out
21:09:42  <slickplaid>nope, at 250+
21:09:44  <x__>its increasing
21:09:50  <slickplaid>just had a hiccup
21:09:55  <slickplaid>320
21:09:57  <slickplaid>350
21:10:12  <slickplaid>400
21:10:20  <x__>400+
21:10:20  <AvianFlu>I sure am glad we fixed that TCP socket leak before you guys started this crap! :D
21:10:31  <slickplaid>:D me too lol
21:10:42  <AvianFlu>seriously, please continue, I want to see how much the drone can take
21:11:05  <x__>slickplaid DO IT
21:11:06  <AvianFlu>it's friday, and we all know what that means
21:11:11  <AvianFlu>DUBIOUS STATISTICS DAY!
21:11:44  <slickplaid>413 and the app seems to be a bit unresponsive
21:12:21  <slickplaid>438
21:13:16  <AvianFlu>yeah, went down lol
21:13:18  <slickplaid>chrome is throttling me
21:13:22  <AvianFlu>probably ENOMEM
21:13:27  <x__>slickplaid
21:13:31  <AvianFlu>what was the highest you saw, 438?
21:13:49  <x__>shall we both run the code ?
21:13:49  <slickplaid>480 i think
21:13:53  <AvianFlu>lolnice
21:14:07  <slickplaid>sure just set it to like 1000
21:14:11  <slickplaid>or 10000
21:14:22  <slickplaid>that way it wont fight for access
21:14:26  <slickplaid>or a specific number
21:15:24  <Domenic>For the record, today I got Director working inside of a Windows 8 Metro app
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21:15:41  <slickplaid>400
21:15:47  <slickplaid>409
21:16:24  <AvianFlu>Domenic, ++
21:16:25  <kohai>Domenic has 2 beers
21:16:48  <slickplaid>410, seems to be hung
21:16:48  <pksunkara>Domenic: ++
21:16:48  <kohai>Domenic has 3 beers
21:16:53  <x__>slickplaid : how do i run that code :O
21:17:03  <slickplaid>in chrome i just copy/paste it into the console
21:17:08  <AvianFlu>400+ concurrent websockets on a 256MB host is really not too shabby
21:17:22  <slickplaid>yeah it is
21:17:31  <AvianFlu>which kind of "yeah it is"
21:17:42  <AvianFlu>double negatives are complicated
21:17:52  <slickplaid>heh, i mean it's pretty good
21:18:02  <slickplaid>not sure what the code looks like on the server
21:18:06  <AvianFlu>let me see what the actual crash is, it's probably ENOMEM
21:18:07  <slickplaid>but if it's doing what i think it's doing
21:18:14  <slickplaid>it's pretty decent
21:18:40  <x__>but its showing "undefined"
21:20:02  <x__>slickplaid ?
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21:20:26  <slickplaid>yeah it won't return anything when you paste it and run it in the console
21:20:39  <slickplaid>look on the page, you should see "Our Sockets:"
21:20:57  <x__>okay
21:23:43  <x__>what was the highest limit ?
21:23:45  <x__>409 ?
21:24:47  <slickplaid>i think we got it up higher than that
21:25:12  <slickplaid>but my browser crashed/went unresponsive after about 420-430 or so
21:25:26  <slickplaid>so it really could just be a limit imposed by chrome
21:25:28  <slickplaid>could go much higher
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21:29:45  <x__>Evan Johnson !!
21:30:24  <slickplaid>eh?
21:30:34  <x__>is that you ?
21:30:39  <slickplaid>ya
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21:31:17  <x__>shall i add you on facebook?
21:31:39  <slickplaid>if you want to, sure
21:31:45  <slickplaid>im never on there really
21:32:04  <x__>sent reuqest !
21:32:38  <Domenic>OK heading home for the day. If anyone sees Paolo tell him to accept my pull request on codesurgeon :)
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21:32:55  <Ivshti>check this out "events.js:48 throw arguments[1]; // Unhandled 'error' event Error: UNKNOWN, unknown error"
21:33:26  <Ivshti>package.json: http://pastebin.com/uhsYcqnN
21:33:38  <Ivshti>it's showing up on jitsu deploy,... and I cannot deploy
21:34:07  <Ivshti>I will add dependencies in the package.json later
21:34:26  <jesusabdullah>You need deps in your package.json or it will not work
21:34:28  <Ivshti>the crash happens after "analyzing your application dependencies in ./LinvoAppServer2.js' btw
21:34:32  <jesusabdullah>we use npm to install your dependencies
21:34:37  <jesusabdullah>try it with --noanalyze
21:34:43  <Ivshti>yeah, I was under the impression that it would analyze
21:34:50  <jesusabdullah>I mean
21:34:53  <jesusabdullah>it should
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21:34:59  <jesusabdullah>but it sounds like you're breaking it
21:35:16  <jesusabdullah>and without seeing your LinvoAppServer2.js I can't really even make an educated guess as to why
21:35:16  <Ivshti>Still the same
21:35:26  <Ivshti>it runs fine locally
21:35:46  <jesusabdullah>can you gist the full errors?
21:35:51  <Ivshti>Ok
21:35:55  <jesusabdullah>Also, run jitsu -v to make sure it's reasonably new
21:36:01  <jesusabdullah>0.9.6 I think we're on now
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21:36:17  <Ivshti>http://pastebin.com/cckTsSLi
21:36:22  <Ivshti>it's the latest version
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21:36:37  <Ivshti>I updated it before like an hour because it crashed on "jitsu databases list"
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21:36:49  <Ivshti>databases list ran after I updated
21:36:50  <jesusabdullah>Ivshti: Looks like you forgot the 'e' at the end of --noanalyze
21:36:58  <jesusabdullah>so it's still trying to analyze
21:37:06  <Ivshti>uhm, it's a crappy paste, check the log
21:37:11  <Ivshti>"noanalyze is set"
21:37:39  <jesusabdullah>okay
21:37:47  <jesusabdullah>node -v
21:37:48  <Ivshti>in fact, it logs "noanalyze is set" twice
21:37:49  <jesusabdullah>and jitsu -v
21:37:50  <jesusabdullah>please
21:37:53  <Ivshti>0.6.10
21:38:02  <Ivshti>jitsu 0.9.5
21:38:15  <blakmatrix>older version of node
21:38:15  <Ivshti>(already mentioned it's the latest)
21:38:20  <Ivshti>yes
21:38:28  <jesusabdullah>yes, try upgrading node to 0.6.20 or whatever it is
21:38:28  <Ivshti>should I update?
21:38:29  <blakmatrix>latest in the 6 series is 6.20
21:38:40  <Ivshti>ok
21:38:43  <Ivshti>I'll update and let you know
21:38:46  <jesusabdullah>Okay
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21:39:23  <Ivshti>I feel like I'm doing something wrong with package.json howe ver
21:40:15  <jesusabdullah>Your package.json looks okay from here
21:41:34  <Ivshti>http://pastebin.com/9QsZKLe8 that's what I first did
21:41:46  <Ivshti>after the last error I just created my package.json manually
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21:42:31  <jesusabdullah>Ivshti: your original package.json was malformed, that's why it said you didn't have one I think
21:42:44  <jesusabdullah>actually, it looks like you just didn't have one
21:42:45  <Ivshti>No, I did not have a original
21:42:48  <jesusabdullah>that's right, we fixed that error
21:42:48  <Ivshti>it's a first time deploy
21:43:03  <Ivshti>so I tried entering the basic app info,
21:43:09  <jesusabdullah>hmmm
21:43:11  <Ivshti>and then after the error I created package.json manually
21:43:20  <jesusabdullah>permissions error maybe?
21:43:28  <Ivshti>oh thank you
21:43:30  <Ivshti>never thought of that
21:44:08  <Ivshti>well, yes, it must have been a permissions problem
21:44:20  <Ivshti>now I'm getting 400 bad request
21:44:34  <jesusabdullah>gist?
21:45:05  <Ivshti>http://pastebin.com/QuqKCrW5
21:45:09  <willwh>hey guys - what do you use for testing geo-distributed stuff?
21:45:15  <Ivshti>could be the deps
21:45:18  <willwh>I am looking to get some metrics (like http response, latency) etc
21:45:25  <jesusabdullah>Ivshti: At this point I might be able to help, one sec
21:45:29  <willwh>for a single DNS endpoint that disitrbutes to multiple instances
21:45:40  <jesusabdullah>Ivshti: username?
21:45:54  <Ivshti>ivogeorgiev
21:45:59  <jesusabdullah>wait I see it in one of these pastes---
21:45:59  <jesusabdullah>oh
21:46:52  <jesusabdullah>weird
21:47:01  <jesusabdullah>You mind deploying again while I watch?
21:47:37  <Ivshti>still the same
21:47:44  <Ivshti>but I hope you caught something
21:48:00  <jesusabdullah>I mean, I suspected it would be the same
21:48:06  <jesusabdullah>but I was hoping to see some errors or something here
21:48:25  <Ivshti>I have an idea
21:48:43  <Ivshti>could it be that jitsu is trying to push a new snapshot while the app is not created?
21:49:23  <jesusabdullah>What did you name this app?
21:49:46  <jesusabdullah>It looks like there's an app called "LinvoApp server" that's in a very bizarre state
21:49:51  <Ivshti>"LinvoApp server", subdomain is "linvoapp-server"
21:49:57  <jesusabdullah>Try renaming your app to something without spaces
21:50:02  <Ivshti>can you delete it?
21:50:08  <jesusabdullah>Maybe
21:50:18  <jesusabdullah>You might be #4 with a ghost app >_<
21:50:26  <Ivshti>yet me check if I can delete it
21:50:27  <jesusabdullah>Actually, #3
21:50:31  <jesusabdullah>Yeah, try deleting it
21:50:36  <jesusabdullah>Oh, btw
21:50:39  <jesusabdullah>because there's a space
21:50:48  <jesusabdullah>jitsu apps destroy "LinvoApp server"
21:50:49  <Ivshti>I cannot seem to figure out the commant
21:50:50  <jesusabdullah>with the quotes
21:50:56  <Ivshti>*command
21:51:22  <Ivshti>that seems to work
21:51:26  <jesusabdullah>Cool
21:51:35  <jesusabdullah>Try renaming your app to "LinvoApp-server"
21:51:40  <jesusabdullah>and then deploying it
21:51:42  <Ivshti>I renamed it already
21:51:44  <Ivshti>LinvoAppServer
21:51:47  <jesusabdullah>Okay
21:51:52  <jesusabdullah>So try to deploy that and see what happens
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21:52:03  <Ivshti>everything is ok
21:52:15  <Ivshti>it's deployed and I've got a dependency error so I can now start adding deps :)
21:52:47  <Ivshti>thanks
21:53:09  <jesusabdullah>You're welcome
21:53:10  <jesusabdullah>:)
21:55:54  <Ivshti>BTW
21:56:13  <Ivshti>is there a way to specify "latest" version in the dependencies field without looking up current versions you have installed
21:56:14  <jesusabdullah>Oh, made an issue regarding spaces in app names
21:56:19  <Ivshti>I guess ">= 0.0.0" would just work?
21:56:29  <jesusabdullah>Ivshti: probably. :)
21:56:52  <jesusabdullah>or, say, >= 0.6.0
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22:04:44  <coderarity>Ivshti, might as well just do *
22:04:55  <jesusabdullah>indeed
22:05:24  <Ivshti>Ok, thanks, that's exactly what I needed, I had no idea it supported "*"
22:05:37  <jesusabdullah>Oh yeah, it supports all the semvers
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22:13:34  <Ivshti>btw, have you considered delta-based snapshot uploads
22:13:38  <Ivshti>it will be like 20x faster most times
22:13:51  <jesusabdullah>Considered? Yes.
22:14:30  <Ivshti>I guess it's not possible anytime soon?
22:15:14  <Ivshti>does jitsu actually re-upload the whole app on each deploy right now?
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22:16:55  <coderarity>Ivshti, yes
22:17:20  <coderarity>Ivshti, we're working on it
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