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00:09:46  <AvianFlu>standoo, generally, yes
00:10:05  <AvianFlu>but if it tries to dynamically link against a library we don't have installed
00:10:07  <AvianFlu>you'll have problems
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00:10:41  <standoo>sounds like a security risk to you guys??
00:10:59  <AvianFlu>you're on your own VPS
00:11:05  <standoo>oh
00:11:07  <AvianFlu>yeah, you could ruin an app server
00:11:12  <AvianFlu>but we'd notice, and freeze your account
00:11:16  <AvianFlu>and besides, it would take some work
00:11:31  <standoo>just pointing it out anyway
00:11:56  <AvianFlu>the number of people deploying node apps to a PaaS who have both the time and knowledge to do that isn't very big
00:12:19  <AvianFlu>and we take quite a few security measures, besides
00:12:42  <standoo>why don't you just disable it completely?
00:12:57  <AvianFlu>there are a lot of widely used modules with C/C++ dependencies
00:13:03  <AvianFlu>bcrypt, node-canvas
00:13:10  <AvianFlu>node-redis
00:13:12  <AvianFlu>the ws module
00:15:35  <standoo>you have a point there
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00:25:59  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/flatiron/flatiron/builds/1974015
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01:14:17  <Leerp3>Is there a flatiron dedicated channel?
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01:14:34  <Leerp3>But if not.. I'm curious, does flatiron/winston support logging all requests out of the box? Or to log all connections, you have to set up your own plugin and feed it to the app?
01:18:10  <jesusabdullah>Leerp3: add it as a middleware. There isn't any sugar for it, but it should be like 3 lines tops
01:18:45  <Leerp3>jesusabdullah: Yea, i was just curious
01:18:50  <Leerp3>ty
01:18:54  <jesusabdullah>app.http.before.push(function (req, res, next) { app.log.debug(util.format('http %s %s', req.method, req.path)); });
01:19:06  <jesusabdullah>app.http.before.push(function (req, res, next) { app.log.debug(util.format('http %s %s', req.method, req.path)); next(); });
01:19:09  <jesusabdullah>I mean
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02:08:41  <phlik>Is there a way to do an attach items to this on a route with a life time of the request
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04:49:08  <andresgallo>Hi guys
04:49:19  <andresgallo>Quick question
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04:49:43  <andresgallo>to handle get and post parameters do I need to write that manually?
04:49:51  <andresgallo>is there a tutorial for this
04:50:31  <andresgallo>So far Im trying to get well used to node
04:50:34  <andresgallo>so far its awesome
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07:19:35  <Willium>Hey, I have some questions about flatironjs and/or other frameworks. Anyone around to let me pick your brain?
07:22:37  <Willium>I have a node.js server at api.example.com with socket.io, and acts as an API for my app. I'm trying to find the best JS MVC framework to implement on my client www.example.com (node.js and front end). I found out about Flatiron, but I'm not sure if it'd work for this case (on the client to talk to the api and the browser/etc)
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07:59:47  <Harmonius>Hey I'm having a problem with using SockJS, does anyone know anything about nodejitsu's compatibility with it?
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08:40:38  <MeLight>hello dear dudes, how're you all this day?
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08:57:45  <MeLight>Guys, how would I go about using database with jitsu?
08:58:20  <MeLight>what's the technical procedure I mean, do I store it on a different server and access it from jitsu or something else?
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09:27:16  <rvagg1>MeLight: try 'jitsu db'
09:28:06  <rvagg1>MeLight: https://github.com/nodejitsu/handbook/#databases
09:29:27  <MeLight>that's too cool
09:29:43  <MeLight>I've got to say it again, you guys kick ass
09:31:07  <rvagg1>heh not me, I'm just a lurker
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11:01:30  <codmaster>
11:01:36  <codmaster>exit/kdf lskadjf
11:01:37  <codmaster>sdflk
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12:08:02  <codmaster>hey
12:08:07  <mmalecki>sup codmaster
12:08:53  <codmaster>am bored
12:08:57  <standoo>me too
12:09:08  <standoo>time to come up with a new project
12:09:13  <mmalecki>well, I release node modules when I'm bored
12:09:36  <codmaster>any new ideas?
12:09:56  <mmalecki>no, unfortunately no :(
12:10:29  <codmaster>:(
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12:15:36  <standoo>any interest in robotics?
12:18:19  <mmalecki>standoo: I used to build robots!
12:19:15  <codmaster>am also intereted
12:19:30  <mmalecki>that was way before node tho. simple AVR microcontrollers and such
12:20:03  <standoo>i just started
12:20:10  <codmaster>what?
12:20:17  <standoo>robots
12:20:25  <codmaster>what kind of ?
12:20:37  <standoo>just reading around it
12:20:48  <standoo>unsure of what to buy to get started actually?
12:21:52  <mmalecki>arduino is quite popular these days
12:22:08  <codmaster>arduino gyroscope accelerometer
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12:24:09  <standoo>thinking of getting a robot kit
12:25:11  <standoo>something using the arduino board
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12:25:38  <andresg>Anybody on chat?
12:26:01  <codmaster>http://electronickits.com/robot/owi535.htm
12:26:11  <mmalecki>andresg: hey
12:26:21  <andresg>Hi Guys
12:26:27  <coderarity>welcome :D
12:26:42  <andresg>Im a complete newb so I had some questions I was hoping you guys could help me out
12:26:54  <andresg>I see a lot of tutorials to write a server
12:26:55  <coderarity>sure
12:27:00  <standoo>yes
12:27:02  <andresg>is this the recommended path
12:27:08  <standoo>path???
12:27:19  <andresg>or is using something like express recommended for a beginner
12:27:27  <andresg>looking to become more fluent in node.js
12:27:49  <standoo>whats your background programming?
12:28:01  <coderarity>andresg, oh, well, do you want to get stuff done or do you just want to learn?
12:28:03  <andresg>I write php, and front end js
12:28:31  <andresg>I understand the way the callbacks and objects and stuff work in js very well
12:28:38  <andresg>but the server, port theory is new to me
12:28:43  <standoo>it's the same in that sense
12:29:07  <standoo>if you have any c/c++ background, might be work looking into source code of nodejs
12:29:21  <coderarity>or looking at the source code to express if you're going to use it
12:29:44  <andresg>sounds good
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12:30:12  <andresg>how involvingg is it to write a server that takes/outputs dynamic content
12:30:18  <andresg>get and post params
12:30:23  <standoo>not hard
12:30:24  <andresg>haven't seen a tutorial on that
12:30:46  <coderarity>there's probably a ton
12:30:54  <standoo>yeah
12:30:57  <coderarity>andresg, if you're doing real time check out socket.io
12:31:15  <standoo>may i suggest looking at some blog modules
12:31:18  <andresg>:) yeah. Thats what made me choose node
12:31:18  <standoo>or cms modules
12:31:26  <andresg>socket.io
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12:32:45  <coderarity>yawnt, hello
12:33:10  <thepumpkin>in a flatiron CLI app, is there a hook for :before and :after every command?
12:33:16  <yawnt>hai coderarity
12:33:21  <yawnt>sup^
12:33:40  <thepumpkin>if thats the case, is there a way to know which command/function will be executed in those hooks?
12:34:11  <coderarity>yawnt, my macbook's trackpad broke
12:34:37  <yawnt>coderarity: :( sucks
12:34:45  <yawnt>macbook's aren't really easy to open up
12:35:23  <coderarity>ima take it to the apple store
12:36:10  <standoo>i wish someone sold apples at the apple store just as a gag
12:37:58  <coderarity>gah the retina display macbook still has that BCM4331 card
12:40:03  <yawnt>lol standoo
12:40:11  <yawnt>i might do that once
12:40:22  <standoo>please do it
12:40:23  <yawnt>go in "hi, three kilos of golden please"
12:40:31  <standoo>post in on youtube or something
12:40:43  <yawnt>"this is a damn apple store.. how comes you don't sell apples! take me to your manager"
12:40:51  <yawnt>then get banned lifetime from apple stores
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12:41:26  <coderarity>thepumpkin, yeah, it looks like you can use before and after on each route in a CLI app
12:41:42  <yawnt>OMG OMG OMG
12:41:44  <yawnt>OMG ^ 3
12:41:51  <yawnt>http://nikhilm.github.com/uvbook
12:41:59  <yawnt>i must be the happiest person on earth right now
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12:42:33  <standoo>did you write it?
12:42:37  <deoxxa>that would have been very useful for me 6 months ago :<
12:42:39  <yawnt>no
12:42:46  <yawnt>but i needed one
12:42:53  <deoxxa>alas, i cut my teeth reading libuv tests
12:43:12  <deoxxa>and uv.h
12:43:14  <thepumpkin>coderarity: director routes?
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12:43:21  <yawnt>lol deoxxa
12:43:25  <coderarity>thepumpkin, yeah
12:43:25  <yawnt>i was going to do that
12:43:25  <thepumpkin>deoxxa: same here LOL
12:43:37  <thepumpkin>yawnt: nice find!!!
12:43:40  <yawnt>but then that link came straight from heaven
12:43:51  <yawnt>must... tweet.. share .. knowledge
12:43:54  <yawnt>brb tweeting
12:43:56  <deoxxa>definitely very neat
12:44:03  <standoo>planning to make changes to libuv source?
12:44:37  <yawnt>there we go
12:44:45  <yawnt>if kohai was reading tweets it'd appear
12:44:50  <yawnt>shame on you kohai
12:45:02  <yawnt>https://twitter.com/yawnt/status/229195399439720449
12:45:11  <yawnt>there, so if you wanna favourite it and you don't lose the link
12:45:11  <yawnt>:)
12:47:39  <thepumpkin>coderarity: given a router instance, how can I do that?
12:49:33  <thepumpkin>I'm reading here to see if I can stub this thing: https://github.com/flatiron/flatiron/blob/master/lib/flatiron/plugins/cli.js#L258
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12:53:54  <coderarity>thepumpkin, https://github.com/flatiron/director/blob/master/lib/director/router.js#L191
12:54:15  <yawnt>hoho i could wrap libuv in D
12:54:18  <yawnt>make it async
12:54:36  <coderarity>thepumpkin, looks like, app.router.on('before', 'route', function () { /* stuff */ })
12:54:38  <standoo>wrap libuv in D?
12:55:00  <yawnt>like what node did to js
12:55:07  <yawnt>or candor.io with canodr
12:55:07  <thepumpkin>standoo: you mean this? https://github.com/firebaseco/duv
12:55:09  <yawnt>*candor
12:55:27  <yawnt>i'm pretty sure something like that already exists, but it'd be cool anyway :D
12:55:34  <yawnt>yeah exactly
12:55:48  <yawnt>but without fibers
12:55:50  <yawnt>>:
12:55:51  <yawnt>>:(
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12:56:20  <thepumpkin>i created the wrappers for joyent/http_parser in the same project too.
12:56:47  <standoo>but why d?
12:57:02  <yawnt>cause D is damn cool
12:57:22  <thepumpkin>standoo: no runtime overhead, pretty syntax, C power-like, build-in concurrency + Fibers.
12:57:33  <thepumpkin>*built-in
12:57:58  <yawnt>https://github.com/meh/nucular this is what a guy i know has been building
12:58:04  <yawnt>it's pretty nice
12:58:11  <yawnt>but modeled after eventmachine
12:59:14  <thepumpkin>I personally trust libuv.
12:59:22  <thepumpkin>personal choice.
13:00:52  <standoo>will this compete against nodejs?
13:01:50  <coderarity>i think it's more of a preference thing
13:02:12  <coderarity>i'm surprised no one mentioned https://github.com/luvit/luvit/
13:02:19  <standoo>lua
13:02:58  <thepumpkin>I like luvit.
13:03:14  <standoo>still think nodejs still wins in terms of popularity
13:03:22  <coderarity>i like lua, it's a really cool language
13:03:33  <yawnt>coderarity: lua is kinda cool
13:03:35  <coderarity>but if i'm doing a website i'd definitely use node.js
13:03:35  <thepumpkin>lua is for me a more mature javascript.
13:03:40  <yawnt>parts are awesome, others i don't like
13:03:53  <coderarity>just because js end-to-end
13:04:21  <thepumpkin>I fucking hate callbacks.
13:04:35  <thepumpkin>but I got used to them.
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13:05:21  <thepumpkin>coderarity: what would be a route for {resource:'accounts', command:'signup'} ?
13:05:32  <thepumpkin>I tried "before", "/accounts/signup"
13:05:49  <thepumpkin> /accounts/signup didn't work either
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13:08:15  <coderarity>i think you do something like "accounts signup" but i'm not quire sure
13:08:56  <coderarity>that looks like it
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13:15:53  <yawnt>http://callbackhell.com/
13:25:00  <thepumpkin>coderarity: found what I was looking for xD https://github.com/flatiron/cli-config
13:25:17  <coderarity>:D
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13:31:20  <thepumpkin>app.use(require('flatiron-cli-config')); wow... that was easy :S
13:45:35  <yawnt>sometimes vim crashes
13:45:39  <yawnt>:(
13:46:18  <thepumpkin>yawnt: oxc?
13:46:21  <thepumpkin>*osx
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13:50:20  <MeLight>gah, you don't drink and code
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13:50:59  <MeLight>how do I make the dizziness go away?
13:51:02  <MeLight>O.oi
13:51:04  <MeLight>lol
13:51:15  <yawnt>thepumpkin: archlinux
13:51:30  <coderarity>MeLight, just focus on typing YOU CAN DO THIS
13:52:00  <MeLight>coderarity: I'm typing, but I'm not sure I know what :D
13:52:26  <MeLight>anywayz, Im struggling with this socket.io event callback thing
13:52:58  <MeLight>the example on socket.io shows a callback sent from client to server, but I assume it works the same way the other way around?
13:54:28  <coderarity>yes
13:55:33  <MeLight>it looks like something else is the problem :/
13:55:37  <MeLight>off to explore
13:57:51  <rudiX>http://us6.memecdn.com/_o_102096.jpg
13:57:58  <rudiX>:)
13:58:35  <rudiX>drinking is not the issue here
13:58:52  <rudiX>how do you guys "get the job done" :)
13:59:35  <MeLight>lol
13:59:40  <MeLight>I'm not at work
13:59:51  <MeLight>it's my day off, working on my personal project
13:59:56  <MeLight>good pic
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14:00:41  <rudiX>so you can give advice :) ... i have no job from around 10 years
14:00:58  <rudiX>only personal projects ... now almost dead :/
14:03:23  <standoo>advice on?
14:04:03  <rudiX>like - you should find girlfriend first ... to stop seeing boobs on every line of code
14:04:09  <rudiX>2nd .... etc. :)
14:04:12  <rudiX>prioritizing
14:04:43  <rudiX>procrastination is serious illness ... according to wikipedia
14:04:45  <MeLight>i see boobs in every place regardless of my relationship status
14:04:56  <rudiX>haha
14:05:04  <rudiX>lifeguard?
14:05:13  <MeLight>me? I wish
14:05:22  <MeLight>a coder
14:05:36  <MeLight>although I sit in advertising firm
14:05:51  <MeLight>they have more boobs than an average coding office
14:05:53  <MeLight>brb
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14:09:51  <rudiX>i need something turbo motivational
14:12:53  <rudiX> and btw ... any chance *.nodejitsu SSL to finally work on firefox
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14:13:12  <rudiX>just to stay on topic :)
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14:27:37  <MeLight>every time i refresh my clients get new ID's from the server. If I add session support to express than they will remain with the same ID's after refresh too?>
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14:36:45  <pksunkara>MeLight: yes
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14:37:10  <MeLight>pksunkara: thanks
14:37:15  <yawnt>oh yes
14:37:15  <MeLight>and what does that nick mean?
14:37:20  <yawnt>me likez dust
14:37:22  <MeLight>(it's really hard to type :))
14:37:39  <MeLight>yawnt: how are your nutella levels this saturday?
14:38:06  <yawnt>MeLight: skyrocketing
14:39:19  <MeLight>yawnt: glad to hear. I moved to toasts with cheese and sausages
14:39:34  <MeLight>which is actually a progress from raw sausages
14:39:50  <MeLight>so fun to be single in the big city
14:39:54  <yawnt>sounds awesome
14:40:01  <yawnt>i gotta buy stuff
14:40:18  <MeLight>it is
14:40:19  <yawnt>i got guests at my place tomorrow
14:40:24  <yawnt>we're doing mexican
14:40:26  <MeLight>dude
14:40:38  <MeLight>you gotta buy some sausages then :D
14:41:05  <MeLight>why would express.cookieDecoder() wont' be defined?
14:41:22  <MeLight>and also require('connect/middleware/session/memory'); not found :/
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14:44:28  <MeLight>they changed it cookieparser
14:45:17  <yawnt>oh yes
14:45:19  <yawnt>0.0.11 out
14:45:21  <yawnt>lovin nodejitsu
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14:45:33  <booyaa>:D
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14:50:54  <kaareal>hey there so i am noticed my app is down, i am guessing it has been for a while, thinking it has something todo with the migration or something, but i am trying to redeploy but it doesnt really work ...
14:51:02  <MeLight>this is how i configured the express server http://pastebin.com/4FVZaRB7 but it still changes id's of users on refresh
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14:51:35  <coderarity>kaareal, hi
14:51:48  <kaareal>https://gist.github.com/3193660
14:51:51  <kaareal>hey there
14:51:55  <coderarity>oh nice
14:53:03  <coderarity>kaareal, first of all, this "npm WARN package.json [email protected] No README.md file found!"
14:53:22  <kaareal>just a warning right ?
14:53:26  <AvianusAsleepus>sadly no
14:53:29  <AvianusAsleepus>it's an npm bug
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14:53:36  <coderarity>kaareal, probably need to update versions on that and also on connect-mongodb
14:53:41  <AvianFlu>you *literally* need to add a README with more than two lines
14:53:54  <AvianFlu>no idea whatsoever why npm decided to parse READMEs
14:54:29  <AvianFlu>oh wait
14:54:31  <AvianFlu>listen to code
14:54:31  <coderarity>kaareal, i mean, update the version on connect-mongodb also
14:54:33  <AvianFlu>coderarity,
14:54:46  <AvianFlu>what I said only applies if that error is from your app
14:54:47  <kaareal>kk i will give that a go
14:54:48  <AvianFlu>deps don't matter
14:54:55  <AvianFlu>so just update connect-mongodb
14:55:16  <coderarity>but his app is findus
14:55:21  <coderarity>so i think he should do both
14:55:36  <kaareal>gonna try both then :)
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14:58:14  <rafaelcastrocout>hi ppl
15:04:05  <kaareal>thanks @coderarity and @AvianFlu that did it :)
15:04:15  <coderarity>:D
15:04:22  <coderarity>rafaelcastrocout, greetings
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15:12:02  <MeLight>pksunkara: I've added session support (I think - added cookieParser() and session()) but it still refreshes the ID every time I refresh the page. Should be I using something additional to those?
15:13:25  <pksunkara>MeLight: maxage for the cookie
15:13:43  <MeLight>oh, i think i might have the problem somehwere else
15:13:48  <MeLight>Im getting the socket.io id
15:13:51  <MeLight>:/
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15:14:28  <MeLight>what would be the best strategy to maintain socket.io sessions?
15:16:23  <MeLight>I mean making socket.io recognize express sessions? Did what I just said make any sense?
15:18:20  <MeLight>ok, found it
15:18:42  <xerox>what did you find?
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15:26:38  <yawnt>http://twilson63.github.com/jade.plugin/
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16:26:18  <Naz_>Hey guys anyone around here familar with nodejitsu and running an app on there cloud services?
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18:17:39  <yawnt>yo
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18:37:29  <pixeldreamer>anyone have experience using stratifiedjs with node that would care to share some thoughts?
18:40:04  <pixeldreamer> I have a node application that is not well written at all … there are a few very large sequentially-coded sections and I've been tasked with making it work asychronously … I've done a lot of asynchronous programming in the last year but I'm only now exploring some of the options available that could make the whole callback process easier … I'm intrigued by stratified
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18:55:57  <yawnt>i need a module that is 4k lines long
18:56:02  <yawnt>ideas?
18:56:07  <yawnt>benchmarking
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18:56:43  <coderarity>exactly 4k? lol
18:57:42  <yawnt>around 4k
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18:59:47  <AvianFlu>yawnt, make a script that outputs like, 3 lines to start it, 3996 lines of console.log('hi'), and a close brace
18:59:56  <yawnt>nah
19:00:01  <yawnt>V8 would optimize
19:00:19  <AvianFlu>I mean, what are you trying to do in the first place?
19:00:41  <yawnt>a friend on mine loaded a 4k modules w/ clojure
19:00:48  <yawnt>and wanted to know how long it takes on nodejs
19:00:58  <yawnt>*module
19:01:07  <yawnt>of course, it isn't a serious benchmark
19:01:28  <yawnt>we wanted just an approximate value
19:02:20  <yawnt>oh well, too bad
19:02:32  <yawnt>anyway clojure must be slower because of the jvm
19:03:02  <AvianFlu>nothing is ever 'just slower' because of anything simple, unless you're talking about the default ruby or python VMs
19:03:04  <AvianFlu>XD
19:03:25  <yawnt>well starting the jvm takes time
19:03:47  <yawnt>2.2 secs for a 4k lines module is a LOT
19:06:55  <AvianFlu>yeah
19:10:50  <yawnt>ohwell
19:10:57  <yawnt>we're doing 10k console.log('hi')
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19:12:31  <AvianFlu>could always try to randomize it too
19:12:43  <AvianFlu>you could make an algorithm to make random math functions pretty easy
19:12:53  <AvianFlu>stupid a + b - c kind of shit
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19:16:42  <yawnt>read + eval w/ node is 182 ms
19:16:51  <yawnt>from repl, so without loading vm and stuff
19:16:57  <yawnt>let's wait for clojure
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19:20:39  <yawnt>does anyone know of a "cucumber" for nodejs?
19:21:33  <yawnt>oh lol
19:21:47  <yawnt>https://github.com/cucumber/cucumber-js
19:26:17  <yawnt>lol
19:26:20  <yawnt>clojure 7 seconds
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20:33:33  <DTrejo>npm docs jerk
20:33:34  <npmbro>DTrejo: Please see http://github.com/gf3/Jerk
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20:41:50  <Domenic>Like the tone of that readme
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20:47:27  <DTrejo>:)
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20:55:09  <yawnt>http://tav.espians.com/oauth-3.0-the-sane-and-simple-way-to-do-it.html
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21:49:01  <Killswitch>Is it possible to change username?
21:50:33  <jesusabdullah>yes
21:50:39  <jesusabdullah>/nick switchkill
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21:50:54  <Killswitch>Haha, I mean on Nodejitsu.
21:51:07  <jhizzle>Oh
21:51:19  <jhizzle>maybe, but it's not non-trivial.
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21:51:48  <yawnt>coderarity: nodejitsu offline
21:51:53  <yawnt>am i the only one?
21:52:03  <yawnt>back online .. weird
21:52:06  <jhizzle>It's up for me :/
21:52:17  <yawnt>it's back online now
21:52:18  <yawnt>weird
21:52:46  <coderarity>yeah worked for me too
21:52:47  <yawnt>i went to http://nodejitsu.com and said no application found for www.nodejitsu.com
21:53:03  <yawnt>refreshed twice, same result.. wrote here, refreshed and it worked
21:53:14  <coderarity>maybe your browser was acting up, a new version was deployed a little while ago
21:53:30  <yawnt>gotcha
21:53:30  <yawnt>thx
21:53:34  <fnump>yawnt Same here.
21:53:49  <yawnt>woops happens again
21:53:55  <coderarity>i see it
21:54:13  <Bronsa>404 here too
21:54:27  <coderarity>it must be crashing and then forever restarted it
21:54:42  <yawnt>it's not my app that crashes
21:54:48  <yawnt>because other apps are down too
21:55:27  <fnump>Yawnt I can confirm that. My apps are down too.
21:55:29  <coderarity>yeah, i see
21:55:38  <coderarity>looks like apps are down.. .hmm
21:55:40  <yawnt>http://i.imgur.com/mXBdI.jpg
21:55:44  <yawnt>not just apps
21:56:08  <coderarity>but the master API seems fine
21:57:09  <yawnt>back up
21:57:30  <yawnt>back down
21:57:34  <yawnt>i'll just stop lol
22:00:34  <Killswitch>Interesting.
22:00:41  <coderarity>someone is working on it
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22:37:15  <jhizzle>yawnt: what wm is that?
22:37:48  <yawnt>jhizzle: monsterwm with stdout piped to conky and dzen2
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22:39:00  <jhizzle>yawnt: I see
22:39:18  <jhizzle>I'm using xmonad right now
22:39:27  <jhizzle>someday will probably hit up nwm
22:39:49  <Bronsa>you should try out stumpwm
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22:42:12  <jhizzle>I used ratpoison back in the day
22:42:20  <jhizzle>I'd imagine stumpwm is similar in style
22:42:24  <Bronsa>yeah
22:42:25  <jhizzle>if it's the one I'm thinking of
22:42:30  <Bronsa>except it's written in common lisp
22:42:37  <jhizzle>Yeah, most of the tiling WMs are pretty similar
22:42:46  <Bronsa>afaik they are written by the same author
22:42:54  <jhizzle>yeah, same one I'm thinking of then
22:43:01  <jhizzle>I want to use nwm because it's in javascript :)
22:43:16  <jhizzle>xmonad is nice enough but I've pretty much decided I'm never learning haskell
22:44:03  <jhizzle>I do have a soft spot for lisps, though. Still looking for an excuse to write some clojure
22:44:12  <Bronsa>yeah clojure is pretty cool :)
22:44:27  <jhizzle>You ever roll through Land of Lisp?
22:44:37  <jhizzle>Very fun book, gets across the important lisp ideas pretty well
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22:44:45  <Bronsa>I have it, never read it though
22:44:47  <Bronsa>i will some day
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22:44:53  <jhizzle>It's pretty good
22:44:58  <jhizzle>and of course you end up writing games
22:45:16  <Bronsa>speaking of clojure, do you know about clojurescript?
22:45:31  <jhizzle>near the end you implement a basic webserver, templating DSL and game tree trimming algorithms
22:45:37  <jhizzle>but it never feels hard
22:45:44  <Bronsa>It's a subset of clojure ported to javascript, you may want to try it
22:45:46  <jhizzle>I'm aware of clojurescript
22:46:03  <jhizzle>naw, I decided at some point that I just don't like writing javascript in non-javascript
22:46:09  <Bronsa>heh
22:46:10  <jhizzle>I DONT LIKE IT BRONSA
22:46:13  <coderarity>i have a feeling someone say something while i disconnected :\
22:46:32  <jhizzle>coderarity: We ended up talking about lisps
22:46:42  <coderarity>lisps make people write games?
22:46:45  <jhizzle>coderarity: cause stumpwm is written in common lisp
22:46:48  <jhizzle>coderarity: Land of Lisp
22:46:54  <Bronsa>lisps make people wear glasses while coding
22:47:02  <Bronsa>and make people feel cool B)
22:47:06  <yawnt>sure, sure
22:47:07  <jhizzle>coderarity: It's a book where you learn lisp while writing games
22:47:16  <yawnt>jhizzle: what's the title again?
22:47:20  <Bronsa>LoL
22:47:27  <Bronsa>Land or Lisp
22:47:27  <jhizzle>Land of Lisp!
22:47:29  <yawnt>thx
22:47:34  <yawnt>addin' it to To-read list
22:47:35  <yawnt>:<
22:47:37  <Bronsa>(or Let over Lambda that is another nice Lisp book)
22:47:48  <jhizzle>I bought The Little Schemer
22:47:52  <jhizzle>it's not bad
22:47:57  <Bronsa>i have that too
22:48:02  <Bronsa>it's in my to-read list
22:48:05  <jhizzle>didn't get very far though, it's structured too much like a puzzle book for me
22:48:06  <Bronsa>that with the reasoned schemer
22:48:15  <jhizzle>brilliant puzzles but you have to like puzzles
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22:58:46  <coderarity>okay this land of lisp website is pretty great
22:59:35  <yawnt>:>
23:04:56  <jhizzle>coderarity: it reflects the book pretty well. The book has cartoons for days.
23:05:21  <jhizzle>coderarity: in one chapter you write a game called "grand theft wumpus"
23:05:40  <jhizzle>coderarity: it's a gritty 21st century take on "hunt the wumpus"
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23:34:01  <coderarity>lol
23:34:07  <coderarity>that was an entertaining comic :D
23:34:49  <yawnt>http://elixir-lang.org
23:34:52  <yawnt>found my next lang
23:34:53  <yawnt>D
23:34:54  <yawnt>:D
23:36:49  <coderarity>man i don't like erlang
23:36:57  <yawnt>that's no erlang
23:37:00  <yawnt>it's elixir
23:37:01  <yawnt>:D
23:37:07  <coderarity>yeah, but it's built on erlang
23:37:16  <yawnt>erlang is cool, its syntax sucks
23:37:26  <coderarity>brew install erlang doesn't work
23:37:40  <coderarity>like, i had to do it 3 times
23:37:44  <coderarity>to install couchdb
23:38:51  <TehShrike>Oh snap, flatiron director is exactly what I've been looking for
23:40:09  <yawnt>it's 1:40 AM here
23:40:11  <yawnt>time to go to bed?
23:40:20  <yawnt>=|
23:41:35  <coderarity>TehShrike, flatiron is awesome
23:41:42  <yawnt>agree
23:41:51  <TehShrike>It looks to contain a good bit of win
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23:42:29  <coderarity>i mean, worst case i'm at least using director and union
23:42:44  <coderarity>and nconf because it's the greatest
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