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00:09:32  <xiaoma>Hi, anyone there?
00:09:42  <xiaoma>My sudo npm install jitsu -g failed
00:10:40  <tcolar>@xioma i had that issue when i had installed npm and node.js from ubuntu repos rather than ppa:chris-lea/node.js
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00:13:11  <xiaoma>what's the solution?
00:13:18  <xiaoma>complete re-installation?
00:13:38  <tcolar>@xioam you are on ubuntu ?
00:13:39  <xiaoma>I am on ubuntu also, btw
00:13:49  <xiaoma>ha! saw that one coming :)
00:13:49  <tcolar>sudo apt-get install python-software-properties & sudo add-apt-repository ppa:chris-lea/node.js sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install nodejs npm
00:14:06  <xiaoma>will try, thanks
00:14:07  <tcolar>sudo apt-get install python-software-properties & sudo add-apt-repository ppa:chris-lea/node.js & sudo apt-get update & sudo apt-get install nodejs npm
00:14:42  <tcolar>anyway that worked for me, i have it explained more clearly here: http://wiki.colar.net/getting_started_with_node_js,_nodejitsu,_faltiron_and_co
00:14:55  <xiaoma>thanks, I really appreciate that
00:15:01  <xiaoma>btw, who is Chris Lea?
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00:16:13  <tcolar>hum somebody that maintains an up to date node.js repo
00:18:02  <tcolar>i mean that install node 0.8.x ... the ubuntu repo is 0.6.x .... not sure wether 0.8.x is required, doesn't say so in docs, but it was failing for me with the ubuntu node.js
00:18:18  <xiaoma>the install is still going
00:18:58  <xiaoma>I've been using node for bit a bit and haven't had any other problems with it-- using express, sockets, put stuff on heroku, etc
00:19:24  <xiaoma>but I guess nodejitsu must require newer versions
00:19:57  <tcolar>FYI: I'm just a (new) user, so would be good to have confirmation from the devs here, but yeah my guess is that it needs new version
00:20:28  <jesusabdullah>xiaoma: You need at least v0.6.20
00:20:33  <xiaoma>what brings you to the chat then? Stuck on something else?
00:20:44  <jesusabdullah>xiaoma: it's also recommended that you install node from source on linux
00:20:48  <jesusabdullah>xiaoma: I promise it's easy
00:20:49  <xiaoma>ah
00:20:52  <xiaoma>I'm on 6.12
00:20:55  <jesusabdullah>xiaoma: also look up the ppm for node
00:21:23  <tcolar>yeah i could have done from source ... either way
00:21:39  <tcolar>yeah i had a question abot serving/caching files ... 45mn ago ....
00:21:59  <tcolar>yeah ubuntu has 0.6.12
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00:25:48  <kohai>@ralphtheninja Browserver, HTTP server running in your browser. http://t.co/BhVtONP4 #nodejs
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00:32:48  <xiaoma>It worked guys, thanks
00:33:00  <xiaoma>doh! just a moment too late :|
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01:02:17  <kohai>@npmadditions Added: reflecta. Node.js client for the Reflecta communications protocol for Arduino https://t.co/Bj3a388M
01:02:21  <kohai>@nodenpm reflecta (0.2.0): http://t.co/VVzK3WBT Node.js client for the Reflecta communications protocol for Arduino
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01:36:02  <kohai>@NodeJSAtSO deploy resumable.js to heroku or nodejitsu http://t.co/lPllyCYU
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02:13:16  <kohai>@brett_langdon "Keeping it Realtime Conference 2012 registration is open" The 2012 Keeping it Realtime ... #nodejs #javascript http://t.co/56fvAP6i
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02:15:29  <kohai>@yoshikoimx javascript – Handling .js and .css in Node.js http://t.co/R5oPl93i
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02:16:57  <kohai>@eee_c You can argue merits of Rails vs Node.js all you want. One supports SPDY natively, the other is Rails.
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02:33:36  <kohai>@eee_c @tenderlove Touché :) Dunno what bothers me more: my inability to effect basic SPDY support in any Ruby, or Node.js vs Rails comparisons.
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02:52:51  <kohai>@NodeJSAtSO JSON array in Node.js http://t.co/azCw7FG6
02:56:41  <kohai>@npmupdates Updated: rrestjs to v0.7.7. HIgh performance node.js ROA & RESTFUL web framework. https://t.co/9NPiSldS
02:56:52  <kohai>@nodenpm rrestjs (0.7.7): http://t.co/RukHmzj1 HIgh performance node.js ROA & RESTFUL web framework.
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03:06:48  <kohai>@whit_thiele @gabegundy No, dialer.io is a new application sitting on node.js and #freeswitch.. will be released open source in mid October.. stay tuned!
03:09:03  <kohai>@theprogrammer WebSockets in Node.js 0.8.6 for Windows 7 | Colin J. Ihrig's Blog http://t.co/yIgRVm9n
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03:25:05  <domino_>hey guys. what could make my app take forever to respond to a page request? im looking at the logs but they don't seem to indicate any issues
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03:28:17  <domino_>app name ciconf
03:33:22  <domino_>if I provide a domain in my package.json that doesn't override my subdomain right? i should still be able to reach my app there? or no
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03:38:21  <domino_>anyone around?
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03:41:44  <jesusabdullah>domino_: Yes, you can do both
03:41:58  <jesusabdullah>domino_: memory leaks can make your app take a long time to respond
03:42:14  <jesusabdullah>domino_: especially if it's fine at first but gets sluggish over time
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03:47:02  <domino_>hmm ok
03:47:14  <domino_>that type of thing wouldn't show up in the logs either i imagine
03:47:53  <jesusabdullah>right
03:48:10  <jesusabdullah>except for memory leaks involving eventemitter listeners
03:48:11  <domino_>dang. ok
03:48:18  <domino_>i'll have to go back over the changes I just made
03:48:19  <jesusabdullah>those will eventually print warnings
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03:50:14  <marciopuga>anyone alive?
03:50:16  <domino_>you wouldn't happen to know, if I am using coffescript, scss, and haml, but I have them all compiled into js, css, and html… do I still need to set them as mimetimes on my node http server? (even though im technically not trying to server them)
03:50:52  <domino_>or maybe even better, is there a way to ignore them in the package.json or something?
03:51:11  <domino_>im wonder if thats the issue
03:51:52  <marciopuga>hello?
03:53:24  <jesusabdullah>hi marciopuga
03:54:00  <jesusabdullah>domino_: You can ignore files with a .npmignore but the mere existence of files wouldn't cause a memory leak, just a longer deploy time
03:54:30  <domino_>yea… it was a long shot
03:54:32  <domino_>haha
03:54:40  <marciopuga>jesusabdullah: thenewyork-now was down but now it's back
03:54:41  <marciopuga>all good
03:56:03  <jesusabdullah>a'ight
03:56:05  <domino_>jesusabdullah: if I get "No data received" back from my app, im just timing out in the request?
03:56:34  <jesusabdullah>domino_: What's returning that in what way?
03:57:06  <domino_>sry. just the browser when I try to hit my app url
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04:03:23  <kohai>@hasjob Node.js developers wanted for Live Merchant http://t.co/DDBCIyRK #Bangalore
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04:06:20  <domino_>jesusabdullah: is there a way for me to load an old version of my app :)
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04:11:31  <domino_>hmm. well it was definitely my code… rolled way back to something from a few hours ago and it works :(
04:11:34  <domino_>stupid bug code
04:17:41  <kohai>@eee_c @inkel Or we can code in Node.js until then :P
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04:20:39  <marciopuga>jesusabdullah: hey jesus
04:21:04  <marciopuga>jesusabdullah: do you know how many drones we have from world-now? it was supposed to be just one for now
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04:28:17  <kohai>@sathishkraju I'm now ready for Real-Time because of node.js http://t.co/bTYb1KOA via @codeschool
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04:30:24  <kohai>@nodejsTweets rseroter: [blog post] Combining Clouds: Accessing #WindowsAzure Storage from #nodejs app in #cloudfoundry. http://t.co/6UJFrr8A
04:30:26  <kohai>@nodejsTweets github_js: swagger-node-express - Swagger module for node.js w/express module http://t.co/bCCmamoR
04:31:37  <kohai>@hasjob node.js developers with knowledge on mongodb and redis for http://t.co/ZW28bkKO http://t.co/UXUsUo5R #Bangalore
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04:36:47  <kohai>@broberts_az OK, so installing node.js and express was a total failure. I now know why I hate anything to do with JS!!
04:39:20  <kohai>@toryadams Found a new piece of middleware for #nodejs and using #express. #expressValidator gives you more options when the values are returned. :)
04:49:49  <jesusabdullah>marciopuga: it is indeed 1
04:50:51  <jesusabdullah>!tweet @broberts_az how did you fail at installing node? It's pretty much a ./configure && make && sudo make install
04:50:53  <kohai>@NodeKohai @broberts_az how did you fail at installing node? It's pretty much a ./configure && make && sudo make install
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05:13:37  <kohai>@nodejs_links ♥ Node.js scalability testing with EC2 | caustik's blog - http://t.co/lNtE5LSm
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05:44:16  <kohai>@nodejs_links ✔ A node.js git implementation modeled on ruby-git - https://t.co/Dixw0b6I
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06:01:52  <kohai>@npmupdates Updated: mstobjects to v1.1.0. An objects utility library for Node.js https://t.co/yfDf0SHi
06:02:20  <kohai>@nodenpm mstobjects (1.1.0): http://t.co/ltqloSBO An objects utility library for Node.js
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06:11:34  <kohai>@sean9keenan Time to get your Node.js app online? Check this out: http://t.co/JmbwBuce
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06:32:27  <lama>i m looking for a help on deploying a test game built with construct2 using socket.io
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06:40:20  <kohai>@nodenpm mongodb (1.1.2): http://t.co/NE9YcbXG A node.js driver for MongoDB
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07:05:20  <kohai>@nodenpm vock (0.1.6): http://t.co/b5oGpUSd VoIP on node.js 0.8.x **(OSX ONLY FOR NOW)**
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07:25:12  <jcrugzz>hello
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07:36:19  <kohai>@nodejsTweets NodeJsCommunity ♥ Node.js scalability testing with EC2 http://t.co/YrOjZJCS #nodejs
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07:40:46  <Grownseed>hey guys
07:41:16  <Grownseed>anybody uses connect-redis with node 0.6 around here?
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08:00:51  <kohai>@npmupdates Updated: mpd to v0.3.3. javascript interface to music player daemon that works in node.js and the browser https://t.co/YuzjR02f
08:01:20  <kohai>@nodenpm mpd (0.3.3): http://t.co/uO9Hhv3C javascript interface to music player daemon that works in node.js and the browser
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08:47:23  <kohai>@npmupdates Updated: zombie to v1.3.1. Insanely fast, full-stack, headless browser testing using Node.js https://t.co/hnODewf4
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09:27:06  <kohai>@zarkostankovic Like UNIX Expect, but for Node.js https://t.co/JUCxU5qf
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09:32:50  <kohai>@nodenpm full-meta-jacket (0.2.4): http://t.co/rdA7urd1 The 42nd best static site generator for node.js
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10:07:32  <kohai>@npmupdates Updated: snmp-native to v1.0.9. A native Javascript SNMP implementation for Node.js https://t.co/shfnioJC
10:07:49  <kohai>@nodenpm snmp-native (1.0.9): http://t.co/3XlVtsvS A native Javascript SNMP implementation for Node.js
10:08:06  <kohai>@npmupdates Updated: zfs to v0.0.4. A Node.js wrapper around zfs/zpool https://t.co/8VeUqScR
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10:16:50  <kohai>@parindam http://t.co/zzbnfgIV Node.js is becoming powerful in every passing day. Coupled with Mongodb and Redis, it is becoming a very potent...
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10:32:25  <tomer>Hello everyone. I'm having some trouble connecting MongoLab db to an Express app.
10:32:31  <tomer>Any known issues there?
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10:39:37  <kohai>@tedo96 Гледам презентация за node.js на #varnaconf
10:43:38  <kohai>@nodejs_links ✔ Neo4j graph database driver (REST API client) for Node.js - https://t.co/THr56iKa
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10:45:02  <kohai>@Neustradamus node.js 0.8.6 has been released ( #node / #nodejs ) http://t.co/miQAsVkq
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10:48:55  <kohai>@LiveChant Node.js developers in Bangalore - please contact us at [email protected]
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10:53:15  <yawnt>ò/
10:59:06  <yawnt>http://www.unlimitednovelty.com/2012/08/debunking-nodejs-gish-gallop.html
11:00:05  <kohai>@adamyeats Ruby zealot claims there's no use for Node.js in any case and RoR is a silver bullet. Ugh. http://t.co/Oxl081wO
11:02:23  <yawnt>lol that's mah link
11:02:45  <yawnt>i can't believe he called rubyists zelots.. what has the world come to
11:02:58  <yawnt>and by the way he doesn't say node is useless.. it's a pretty interesting article imho
11:03:10  <rvagg>blame Yegge
11:03:16  <deoxxa>lel
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11:09:13  <happosade>(M
11:09:22  <happosade>(sorry, tried to hit /n)
11:16:07  <kohai>@cznodejs Tipy na vyšší výkon Node.js aplikací od LinkedIn: http://t.co/I1jalepF
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11:34:36  <kohai>@sid_chilling how many ppl following me have used node.js for building a complete project which is now live?
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11:40:28  <yawnt>mAritz: !
11:40:32  <yawnt>we needed you yesterday
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11:41:42  <mAritz>yes, i know
11:42:57  <yawnt>mAritz: really?
11:42:59  <yawnt>why?
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11:43:09  * yawntpoints lamp to mAritz 's face
11:43:14  <mAritz>cause i'm god
11:44:42  <AvianFlu>zomglolz
11:45:01  <kohai>@npmupdates Updated: pound to v0.1.4. High-level interface for Piler - The Awesome Asset Manager for Node.js https://t.co/naN8QeIz
11:46:02  <kohai>@tweethackr @minimumnz node.js good for web-socket server, ad server, real-time data apps.
11:46:23  <deoxxa>"real-time data app"
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11:47:13  <yawnt>BUT I STILL WAKE UP
11:47:22  <yawnt>WHAT DO I STAND FO
11:47:23  <yawnt>R
11:47:30  <yawnt>yo AvianFlu
11:47:31  <mAritz>yawnt: seriously thoug: sup?
11:47:35  <mAritz>*though
11:47:38  <yawnt>mAritz: we were speaking german
11:47:43  <yawnt>and we had issues
11:47:44  <mAritz>oh
11:47:57  <deoxxa>yawnt: yet another worried node trickster
11:48:04  <yawnt>yo deoxxa
11:48:17  <deoxxa>(that's what you stand for)
11:48:20  <yawnt>mAritz: we said something like
11:48:23  <mAritz>btw, i feel so dirty: https://github.com/maritz/coffeescript-notify (just forked and fixed a couple of things)
11:48:28  <deoxxa>(it's ok if you never want to talk to me again now)
11:48:37  <yawnt>Deutsch soll das neues Sprache sein
11:48:43  <yawnt>but i don't know if Sprache is neutrum
11:48:45  <yawnt>:(
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11:48:53  <yawnt>and no one did
11:49:14  <yawnt>mAritz: i know..when i saw it i was like "GIMME COMMENT BUTTON GITHUB, URGE TO TROLL"
11:49:36  <mAritz>it's female
11:49:56  <yawnt>:(
11:50:00  <mAritz>:D
11:50:03  <yawnt>so it's die neue Sprache?
11:50:11  <mAritz>yes.
11:50:14  <yawnt>indeed.
11:50:16  <yawnt>thank you
11:50:30  <yawnt>deoxxa: i'm halfway through katakana btw \ò\
11:50:38  <deoxxa>ganbatte!
11:51:00  <deoxxa>i've decided to learn korean now as well
11:51:00  <yawnt>at least i know what that means :)
11:51:04  <deoxxa>just because
11:51:15  <yawnt>languages are awesome
11:51:22  <yawnt>next language after japanese
11:51:26  <yawnt>will be finnish or russian
11:51:34  <deoxxa>yeah, i want to learn russian
11:51:47  <deoxxa>i'm half russian myself, but i don't speak any of the language :<
11:51:51  <yawnt>deoxxa: we should set up a nodejs platform for people who want to learn languages
11:52:28  <deoxxa>something where you can compete against robots or other people and get points would be cool
11:52:35  <deoxxa>gamify all the things!
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11:53:31  <yawnt>nah
11:53:35  <yawnt>koreans'd win
11:53:36  <yawnt>:(
11:53:44  * deoxxanods slowly
11:54:12  <deoxxa>wuuut, angular isn't commonjs
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11:57:19  <yawnt>nop
11:57:23  <yawnt>i don't like angular at all :(
11:59:20  <kohai>@NodeJSAtSO Choosing a node.js library with pure js vs C++ add on implementation http://t.co/jGAKdeRC
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12:00:26  <yawnt>gotta use EE
12:00:42  <deoxxa>hm?
12:00:53  <deoxxa>expression engine? D:
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12:02:27  <mAritz>i kinda want to try angular. i generally don't like the data-binding approach, but since google seems rather determined to bake that into webkit, it might be a good idea to adapt.
12:02:51  <kohai>@alan01252 Fresh on http://t.co/VlK6Ke31: Node.js: Testing a Node.js API with Mocha, Async, and Should http://t.co/BjO3lwWv
12:03:43  <yawnt>mAritz: data-binding approach is what i dislike too
12:03:48  <kohai>@jungbd node.js jboss ruby ....
12:10:37  <mAritz>althgouh, to be honest the difference between putting variables in templates and using data-binding is kind of cosmetic.
12:16:44  <yawnt>next stuff i gotta code is a upnp server for nodejs
12:16:47  <yawnt>anyone wants to help?
12:17:04  <yawnt>i built some scripts that get the http url of video streaming services
12:17:16  <yawnt>so i could stream datas from the nodejs server to my dlna enabled tv
12:17:17  <yawnt>:)
12:17:27  <yawnt>mAritz: you had a video service didn't you?
12:17:48  <mAritz>no
12:18:29  <kohai>@DZone A Little Gotcha With Node.js Async and Streams - http://t.co/RGHxzrip - @DZone Big Link by mitchp
12:18:31  <kohai>@painlessly Coral Geltz liked Full Stack Node.js Part 1 | PeepCode Screencasts: While useful for all kinds of scripting, it… http://t.co/Op90Qo19
12:18:32  <mAritz>i was at some point building something to track what tv shows you've seen. but i stopped because i found more shiny things to do. :P
12:18:48  <yawnt>>coffeescript
12:18:51  <yawnt>>more shiny things to do
12:18:58  <mAritz>(and because there's nothing really on besides breaking bad right now. and i can handle 1 tv show on my own :D )
12:19:21  <mAritz>nah, i'm into mmorpw stuff now xD
12:19:46  <mAritz>*rpg
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12:20:08  <yawnt>really?
12:20:11  <yawnt>that's interesting!
12:20:14  <yawnt>linklinklink
12:20:16  <yawnt>demodemodemo
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12:27:07  <yawnt>and my laptop's speakers are dead
12:27:08  <yawnt>yay
12:28:51  <kohai>@decicco79 @krat the cool stuff with node.js is that you're at the server side so you don't have to deal with bad js implementations...
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12:59:38  <kohai>@stray_and_ruby Anyone managed to get canvas for node.js installed recently? I'm in a hellish loop where cairo prevents install.
13:00:48  <AvianFlu>!tweet @stray_and_ruby I can probably help, but not over twitter. #nodejitsu on freenode IRC, if you'd like.
13:00:50  <kohai>@NodeKohai @stray_and_ruby I can probably help, but not over twitter. #nodejitsu on freenode IRC, if you'd like.
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13:14:30  <kohai>@stray_and_ruby @NodeKohai Wow - that would be awesome. Thanks - just having a quick try on our other MBP, then will hit you up. Thanks!
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13:17:47  <kohai>@8icreations We are implementing few features of Server Side JS as Node.js to our marketing website. Currently it's just in... http://t.co/6MTrUbX4
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13:22:08  <kohai>@painlessly Babara Wohlwendi liked Full Stack Node.js Part 2 | PeepCode Screencasts: I strongly urge you to support this effort… http://t.co/oYHlFkPe
13:26:21  <kohai>@stray_and_ruby @NodeKohai Ok - attempt 2 failed with the same problem. I'm on freenode now - #stray_and_ruby
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13:27:52  <AvianFlu>stray_and_ruby: what's up
13:28:06  <AvianFlu>kohai is a bot that we tweet through, I'm the one who said hi to you :)
13:28:06  <kohai>'Bot' is a derogatory term, and I'm offended.
13:28:10  <AvianFlu>yeah, see?
13:28:16  <stray_and_ruby>ha!
13:28:19  <stray_and_ruby>excellent!
13:28:25  <stray_and_ruby>thanks for this
13:28:33  <AvianFlu>at any rate, what's the failure you're seeing?
13:28:37  <stray_and_ruby>so - in a nutshell I'm trying to add the canvas module
13:28:43  <AvianFlu>you should paste whatever you see in your terminal into a gist or something
13:28:46  <stray_and_ruby>the fail seems to be related to cairo
13:28:49  <stray_and_ruby>shall paste now
13:28:57  <AvianFlu>I've dealt with a lot of compile errors before, hopefully it's a familiar one
13:31:13  <stray_and_ruby>http://pastebin.com/1QYRX6rC
13:31:21  <stray_and_ruby>what's odd is that I have installed cairo
13:31:53  <lpin>stray_and_ruby use 0.12.1
13:31:58  <AvianFlu>okay, where did cairo install to?
13:32:12  <AvianFlu>this is probably a problem with your LIBRARY_PATH or something like that
13:32:14  <stray_and_ruby>I back-versioned to 0.12.0 - been trying 0.12.1
13:32:16  <AvianFlu>it's just not locating it
13:32:27  <stray_and_ruby>cool - just checking where cairo ended up...
13:33:12  <stray_and_ruby>if 'which cairo' gives me nothing, does that mean it didn't install?
13:34:49  <AvianFlu>well
13:34:56  <AvianFlu>`which` is usually just for stuff on your PATH
13:35:00  <AvianFlu>what did you use to install cairo?
13:35:11  <AvianFlu>you could also try to `find / -name cairo`
13:35:20  <stray_and_ruby>Initially I did it using command line - as per the installer instructions
13:35:27  <stray_and_ruby>then I also used macports
13:35:32  <AvianFlu>okay
13:37:52  <stray_and_ruby>find turned up
13:38:04  <stray_and_ruby>'/Developer/SDKs/MacOSX10.6.sdk/usr/X11/include/cairo'
13:38:36  <AvianFlu>okay, you'll want to try to figure out one of two things:
13:38:41  <stray_and_ruby>and
13:38:42  <AvianFlu>either add that path to your includes
13:38:44  <stray_and_ruby>`/opt/local/include/cairo
13:38:45  <stray_and_ruby>`
13:38:52  <stray_and_ruby>`/opt/local/lib/cairo
13:38:52  <AvianFlu>oh wait
13:39:27  <AvianFlu>yeah, so you just need to figure out where it's trying to check for cairo
13:39:39  <stray_and_ruby>oh - and it just popped up one more
13:39:41  <AvianFlu>do you have a LIBRARY_PATH environment variable?
13:39:42  <stray_and_ruby>`/usr/X11/include/cairo
13:40:06  <stray_and_ruby>echo $LIBRARY_PATH is blank
13:40:16  <AvianFlu>the /opt/local/ paths are the ones you want
13:40:27  <stray_and_ruby>excellent
13:40:31  <AvianFlu>it's probably only checking like, /usr/local/include or something
13:40:56  <AvianFlu>this can be fixed with some flags to the compiler, but I'll need to look at it a second
13:41:00  <stray_and_ruby>so export LIBRARY_PATH=/opt/local/lib ?
13:41:02  <stray_and_ruby>fab - thanks
13:41:10  <AvianFlu>give that a shot, I'll look at the rest
13:41:20  <AvianFlu>it might not be the whole problem
13:42:54  <stray_and_ruby>ok, so now I get a different error (progress!)
13:42:56  <stray_and_ruby>http://pastebin.com/puX0HX7W
13:43:07  <stray_and_ruby>clearly it can now find canvas
13:43:19  <AvianFlu>well, yes and no
13:43:19  <stray_and_ruby>sorry - can now find cairo
13:43:21  <AvianFlu>here's the funny part
13:43:27  <kohai>@dzit2 Testing a Node.js API with Mocha, Async, and Should: http://t.co/XRtgd0Ag
13:43:28  <AvianFlu>the conf check now passes
13:43:31  <AvianFlu>because of the library path
13:43:40  <AvianFlu>but now we need to find where to pass it /opt/local/include
13:43:47  <stray_and_ruby>ah
13:43:47  <AvianFlu>so it finds the header files
13:44:19  <AvianFlu>I have a fork of canvas, let me look at the .gyp file
13:44:26  <stray_and_ruby>if I install cairo-devel instead of cairo, might that help?
13:44:35  <stray_and_ruby>as that would included the headers
13:46:27  <AvianFlu>oh, lol, yes
13:46:29  <AvianFlu>you need to do that
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13:46:36  <AvianFlu>if it still happens after
13:46:42  <AvianFlu>just set INCLUDE_PATH the same way
13:46:46  <AvianFlu>with /opt/local/include
13:47:43  <stray_and_ruby>cool - I switched to the cairo-devel one
13:47:48  <stray_and_ruby>and got same error
13:47:59  <stray_and_ruby>just doing INCLUDE_PATH
13:48:44  <stray_and_ruby>done
13:48:46  <stray_and_ruby>but same error
13:48:48  <stray_and_ruby>In file included from ../src/Canvas.cc:8:
13:48:48  <stray_and_ruby>../src/Canvas.h:15:25: warning: cairo/cairo.h: No such file or directory
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13:49:06  <AvianFlu>that's weird
13:49:15  <AvianFlu>did cairo-devel install to a different location?
13:49:22  <AvianFlu>try to find out where macports put it
13:49:25  <AvianFlu>or whatever you used
13:49:41  <stray_and_ruby>good thought... just checking
13:49:41  <AvianFlu>I used brew to install cairo, it seemed to cooperate
13:50:21  <stray_and_ruby>seems to be in same locations
13:50:44  <stray_and_ruby>yup
13:51:00  <AvianFlu>hmmmm
13:51:05  <stray_and_ruby>I could uninstall and try brew instead...
13:51:17  <stray_and_ruby>does it matter where node is installed?
13:51:48  <stray_and_ruby>`/usr/local/bin/node`
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13:52:07  <yawnt>IT WERKS (cit.)
13:52:13  <yawnt>i feel like badass dr frankeinstein
13:52:34  <AvianFlu>stray_and_ruby: it won't matter where node is
13:52:42  <AvianFlu>this is just a classic include path problem
13:52:52  <AvianFlu>ironically my local canvas is having the same problem, so I'll fix it locally and let you know
13:52:59  <stray_and_ruby>brilliant
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13:53:24  <stray_and_ruby>replicable is a win
13:53:25  <stray_and_ruby>thanks
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13:54:41  <AvianFlu>yeah, this all just comes down to default include path != default install path
13:55:18  <stray_and_ruby>always the little things
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14:03:17  <yawnt>time to go swimming
14:03:18  <yawnt>bai
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14:14:47  <lpin>stray_and_ruby you can do this way: export CXXFLAGS=-I/opt/local/include
14:15:00  <stray_and_ruby>thanks - I'll give that a go
14:15:03  <lpin>should works
14:15:08  <lpin>work*
14:15:45  <stray_and_ruby>sadly didn't work
14:15:48  <stray_and_ruby>same error
14:18:50  <AvianFlu>so
14:18:59  <AvianFlu>I was able to get it to find the headers with a change to the .gyp
14:19:08  <AvianFlu>but now -lcairo is failing in the linking step
14:19:18  <stray_and_ruby>yay... boo...
14:19:18  <AvianFlu>which I think is brew's fault
14:20:26  <stray_and_ruby>so - should I change my .gyp?
14:21:58  <kohai>@npmupdates Updated: brow-client to v0.0.2. ෴ A node.js HTTP server in your browser ෴ https://t.co/0y8ryWae
14:25:17  <AvianFlu>stray_and_ruby: not unless I fix the other half of the problem
14:25:25  <AvianFlu>give me a minute, I'll see what I can do
14:25:28  <stray_and_ruby>thanks
14:27:06  <AvianFlu>so
14:27:08  <AvianFlu>just try this
14:27:24  <AvianFlu>LD_FLAGS='/opt/local/lib' INCLUDE_PATH='/opt/local/include'
14:27:32  <AvianFlu>WHOOPS
14:27:35  <AvianFlu>LDFLAGS
14:27:36  <AvianFlu>no _
14:27:39  <stray_and_ruby>export?
14:27:41  <stray_and_ruby>cool
14:27:50  <AvianFlu>if you just put them in front of the command, it will set them
14:27:54  <AvianFlu>without having them stick
14:27:58  <stray_and_ruby>oh!
14:28:00  <stray_and_ruby>gotcha
14:28:11  <AvianFlu>MY_ENV=15 env
14:28:13  <AvianFlu>for example
14:30:07  <stray_and_ruby>So - sudo LDFLAGS=/opt/local/lib INCLUDE_PATH=/opt/local/include npm install canvas
14:31:33  <kohai>@HeinerP Created a simple Node.js vs. JAX-RS benchmark to measure RESTful web service performance - http://t.co/68JbHMjG
14:32:16  <kohai>@maiahmac @webmatrix why you don't support @nodejs 64bit? Is this a bug? #nodejs #javascript
14:32:28  <AvianFlu>stray_and_ruby: yeah, give that a shot
14:32:38  <stray_and_ruby>same error
14:32:38  <AvianFlu>note that I'm running `node-gyp rebuild` from a clone of the git repo
14:32:49  <AvianFlu>and npm is very likely to be clobbering your env vars
14:32:52  <stray_and_ruby>I'll cd to the folder and node-gyp rebuild instead
14:36:36  <stray_and_ruby>node-gyp rebuild
14:36:46  <stray_and_ruby>from inside the canvas package?
14:36:52  <stray_and_ruby>it says 'command not found'
14:37:07  <AvianFlu>npm install node-gyp -g
14:37:12  <stray_and_ruby>ah - sorry
14:37:53  <AvianFlu>I'll be back in a little bit, I'm going to go think about this
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14:37:58  <stray_and_ruby>thanks
14:38:20  <stray_and_ruby>same error btw
14:38:24  <stray_and_ruby>thanks for your help x
14:38:45  <lpin>stray_and_ruby just tested it on my macbook, worked
14:39:02  <lpin>i'll pm you my steps
14:39:07  <stray_and_ruby>thanks
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14:43:46  <kohai>@npmupdates Updated: jcash to v0.2.5. Javascript and css hashing for node.js https://t.co/VFvNe4Jz
14:43:48  <kohai>@nodenpm jcash (0.2.5): http://t.co/TQfGLTo5 Javascript and css hashing for node.js
14:50:24  <kohai>@nathanlaidlaw10 Looking for a JavaScript Node.JS Developer in Reading, United Kingdom http://t.co/omaBJOAF #job
14:51:05  <kohai>@nodejsTweets 7genblogger: HARDENING NODE.JS FOR PRODUCTION PART 2: USING NGINX TO AVOID NODE.JS LOAD http://t.co/VueGZLir
14:54:02  <stray_and_ruby>@AvianFlu - @lpin got me going with a dirty but working solution
14:54:26  <lpin>well AvianFlu solution was not dirty
14:54:28  <lpin>mine is :)
14:54:40  <stray_and_ruby>yes :)
14:54:51  <stray_and_ruby>sorry - meant that for AvianFlu to read
14:55:07  <stray_and_ruby>fantastic though - you are all fab
14:55:13  <stray_and_ruby>right... off to play chaos theory
14:55:21  <lpin>glad to help
14:55:23  <lpin>cu
14:55:46  <stray_and_ruby>incase anyone is interested, I'm porting the C/Java examples from the Computational Beauty of Nature book to js/node
14:55:50  <stray_and_ruby>thanks!
14:55:52  <stray_and_ruby>bye x
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14:57:02  <kohai>@stray_and_ruby Wow. The awesome folk in the #nodejitsu freenode channel just came up with the fix for my problem. Ace people are ace. Thanks @NodeKohai
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15:18:11  <qballer>hey guys, I need to bounce around binary data from my server app to the browser: How does flatrion support web-sockets and expose buffers
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15:18:27  <qballer>before learning about this stack I wanted to use binaryjs
15:18:48  <AvianFlu>you can extend flatiron with something like socket.io quite easily
15:19:01  <AvianFlu>but because of that, we don't really have anything specific for it
15:19:20  <coderarity>qballer, https://github.com/flatiron/flatiron/tree/master/examples/socket.io
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15:22:01  <qballer>Hi, so this is a websocket example ?
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15:22:46  <qballer>got it.
15:22:47  <qballer>nice
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15:25:43  <kohai>@ticktockreed node.js - massive pain to install. but now have it minifying all JS files through require.js
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15:42:17  <yawnt`pool>lol
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15:44:06  <yawnt>so i was swimming
15:44:09  <yawnt>suddenly i realize i made a mistake in my code, that i didn't call .join
15:44:12  <yawnt>i come back home
15:44:17  <yawnt>and error is there
15:44:29  <yawnt>:O
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15:48:34  <kohai>@flatironjs @tcolar hit us up in http://t.co/QUQerjrX in the #nodejitsu channel
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15:55:56  <lpin><yawnt> suddenly i realize i made a mistake in my code, that i didn't call .join
15:55:56  <lpin><yawnt> i come back home
15:56:04  <lpin>and than you call me sick!
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15:57:50  <lpin>AvianFlu, i'm still having this crazy behaviour http://pastebin.com/Dnxcs5W3
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15:58:22  <kohai>@vonpetrushev @ordanoskiv за ништо. Node.js дркање.
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16:00:43  <AvianFlu>lpin: lol, I mean, wtf
16:00:51  <AvianFlu>probably a patch in master that's not published
16:00:54  <AvianFlu>only logical explanation
16:01:45  <lpin>mmm than why with engine 0.6.x is ok? i mean srsrly wtf :)
16:02:16  <AvianFlu>must be an 0.8-only fix of some kind
16:02:19  <AvianFlu>otherwise it just makes no sense
16:03:21  <lpin>i'll wait till you guys update to 0.8.6, i'm back to 0.6 atm
16:04:15  <AvianFlu>that's fine by me
16:04:26  <AvianFlu>we'll be pushing that out to the drones sometime this weekend probably
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16:05:05  <lpin>btw this is no sense since the error is in the compiled part :O
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16:06:33  <AvianFlu>lpin: also, you should just NOT be seeing ELF errors anymore
16:06:42  <AvianFlu>the whole cloud is 64-bit node
16:06:51  <AvianFlu>I've checked, repeatedly
16:06:59  <AvianFlu>originally, there were a few 32's still floating around
16:07:00  <AvianFlu>but not anymore
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16:07:19  <AvianFlu>I think that one of the linkers on smartOS actually still tries using 32-bit pointers
16:07:20  <lpin>yeah... don't ask me why :)
16:07:26  <AvianFlu>even though both binary and library are 64-bit
16:07:50  <lpin>oh
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16:09:54  <kohai>@vgholkar #lnug #NodeJS 22 August meeting looks good. Pity in midst of hol. Can't make it. @forwardtek -perhaps next one.
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16:10:39  <lpin>well, don't know why but engine 0.6 is ok and i have no hurry to switch to 0.8 so no problem
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16:13:14  <pksunkara>lpin: you can work with canvas master until it is fixed, right?
16:13:27  <pksunkara>I recommend switching to 0.8 ASAP
16:14:18  <lpin>pksunkara with minor tweaks, yes
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16:15:07  <lpin>i have to bundle redis with no hiredis, cause if i use npm shrinkwrap to remove hiredis and use canvas master i get ELF again
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16:15:08  <lpin>lol
16:15:10  <yawnt>lpin: nono, i came home after i finished swimming :(
16:15:50  <yawnt>but still, i review my code even while swimming.. that was crazy lol
16:16:58  <lpin>yawnt, ah ok, i have imagined you still wet running home saying "ho noes my code is bugged"
16:16:59  <lpin>:D
16:17:16  <lpin>jk
16:17:43  <yawnt>yeah could happen
16:17:57  <yawnt>nah i was swimming, reading a book about erlang in the sunshine
16:18:06  <yawnt>wouldn't move for anything in the world
16:18:42  <lpin>well i review my code while driving to work, pretty normal
16:19:04  <yawnt>lol
16:19:11  <coderarity>that happens to me while i'm driving
16:19:12  <yawnt>this year i'll have lots of spare time
16:19:18  <yawnt>3 hours train from uni to home
16:19:28  <yawnt>well 3 and a half actually
16:19:36  <lpin>every day?
16:19:39  <yawnt>nop
16:19:49  <yawnt>i'm living there.. just coming home every two weeks or so
16:19:51  <yawnt>but still
16:19:56  <lpin>i see
16:20:03  <yawnt>it's like 12 hours every two weeks doing totally nothing
16:20:10  <yawnt>gotta think of something to do
16:20:17  <lpin>i drive 1 hour and half every day :|
16:20:21  <yawnt>:|
16:20:28  <yawnt>i'd take the bus
16:20:40  <yawnt>at least i could code or listen to music or *
16:21:07  <yawnt>i like driving, but not if it's the same long journey every day.. (of course i'd do it if I had to, but..)
16:21:39  <lpin>i can listen to music in the car and i hate to stay at bus timetables
16:21:43  <lpin>fuck that
16:21:44  <yawnt>coderarity: lol.. car accident.. "WHAT WERE YOU THINKING" "YOU DONT UNDERSTAND.. I FORGOT TO CALL free()!!"
16:21:59  <yawnt>oic
16:22:08  <lpin>did it for 3 years when i was at uni
16:22:11  <coderarity>lol
16:23:14  <lpin>i had a car accident last year, wasn't thinking at code, just sleepy
16:23:18  <lpin>my fault :)
16:23:42  <lpin>minor one tho nothing serious
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16:25:10  <yawnt>i had one
16:25:13  <yawnt>two months ago?
16:25:14  <yawnt>three?
16:25:42  <yawnt>totally my fault but still i couldn't avoid it
16:25:56  <yawnt>basically we have a road near where i live where you can't see cars coming
16:26:29  <yawnt>car in front of me doesn't stop, i don't .. suddenly he brakes
16:26:32  <yawnt>*BUM*
16:26:36  <yawnt>250€
16:27:04  <lpin>lol my same thing
16:27:18  <yawnt>except i was totally awake.. well kinda
16:30:34  <lpin>stupid girl in front of me, she stop at a cross, no one was coming so she moves through. At this point i was looking at the other road pretty sure she has moved on, but she didnt. She stopped again... and bang
16:30:52  <yawnt>yeah, it's your fault but..
16:31:04  <pksunkara>lpin: she was blonde. wasn't she?
16:31:10  <yawnt>found out the man who was driving the card worked with my grandpa though D:
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16:31:25  <yawnt>so he was like "ok, buddy, don't worry.. let's go talk to your dad"
16:31:44  <lpin>pksunkara doesnt matter...
16:31:48  <lpin>girl driving
16:31:52  <yawnt>and my dad's insurance fix'd everything \ò/
16:31:53  <lpin>be prepared
16:31:55  <pksunkara>lol
16:32:00  <yawnt>i was fearing i had to pay 250 myself
16:32:28  <yawnt>i'd have had to sell my organs on ebay
16:32:58  <yawnt>lpin: and men with hats
16:33:01  <yawnt>always fear them.
16:33:10  <lpin>old man with hats
16:33:14  <lpin>yeah same shit
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16:33:26  <pksunkara>why men with hats?
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16:34:17  <lpin>cause here in italy old man wearing hat and driving are like girls
16:34:19  <lpin>lol
16:34:37  <yawnt>^
16:35:01  <lpin>btw i know a girl that drives like a man
16:35:08  <lpin>so i shouldn't generalize
16:36:17  <yawnt>i know a man who drives like a girl
16:36:19  <yawnt>friend of mine
16:36:25  <yawnt>i'm so scared when he drives
16:36:25  <yawnt>:|
16:36:38  <lpin>tell him, you drink i drive
16:36:46  <yawnt>he doesn't know how to use the clutch
16:36:48  <yawnt>he's like
16:36:51  <yawnt>ALL THE WAY DOWN
16:36:54  <yawnt>or NOT PUSHED AT ALL
16:37:05  <yawnt>seems like he has a toggle :(
16:37:16  <lpin>ahah
16:37:21  <yawnt>i'll play some BF3
16:37:23  <yawnt>l8r folks
16:37:25  <AvianFlu>in my experience
16:37:29  <AvianFlu>you're either driving like a sane person
16:37:32  <AvianFlu>or driving like an idiot
16:37:39  <yawnt>or
16:37:40  <AvianFlu>and things like gender and race are incidental
16:37:43  <yawnt>you're not driving at all
16:37:48  <AvianFlu>which is what I do!
16:37:50  <yawnt>AvianFlu: of course.. we're just joking
16:37:59  <qballer>Can I expand a Broadway plug-in to also support some of the calls of my App?
16:38:00  <yawnt>but men with hats are usually old people here in italy
16:38:01  <lpin>aye
16:38:09  <yawnt>which is why we say you have to pay attention
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16:38:14  <yawnt>cause they tend to be slower
16:38:20  <pksunkara>AvianFlu: actually, scientifically, women are bad at driving
16:38:21  <AvianFlu>qballer: yeah, the `this` object inside a broadway plugin is your app object
16:38:27  <lpin>pksunkara ++
16:38:27  <kohai>pksunkara has 76 stalkers
16:38:29  <yawnt>and girls it's just a lame sexist joke.. i know girls who drive way better than i do
16:38:30  <AvianFlu>pksunkara: I don't think that's true
16:38:30  <pksunkara>because their IPL zone in brain isn't as developed as men
16:38:40  <pksunkara>AvianFlu: ^^
16:38:42  <qballer>AvianFlu Care to share details/link ?
16:38:46  <yawnt>bai
16:38:48  <pksunkara>just researched
16:38:58  <yawnt>sure sure
16:38:59  <yawnt>bai
16:39:00  <yawnt>:P
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16:39:10  <AvianFlu>qballer: I have to think for a minute, the only things I've used it for recently are closed-source
16:39:21  <pksunkara>qballer: http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20080909022134AAEvbmC
16:39:32  <pksunkara>oops, sorry
16:39:39  <qballer>I mean the Broadway lib looks like a way to develop interfaces and make expandable systems
16:39:48  <pksunkara>qballer: yes, this object inside broadway plugin is the app
16:40:02  <pksunkara>I made so many plugins that you can trust me
16:40:20  <qballer>"Why are women bad at driving ?" ?
16:40:48  <qballer>pksunkara, ?
16:40:54  <lpin>lol
16:41:09  <pksunkara>qballer: you are confusing me
16:41:12  <pksunkara>qballer: what exactly is your question?
16:42:17  <qballer>I wanted to use this package to create an expendable code : https://npmjs.org/package/protocol
16:42:28  <pksunkara>ok
16:42:32  <pksunkara>and?
16:43:25  <qballer>Someone pointed me to Broadway when I wanted also to load it run time , and it seems it would solve some other issues : Union/Connect to http and websockets, logging, and Couchdb interaction.
16:43:55  <qballer>I was wondering How can I achieve a protocol like feature with broadway
16:44:31  <qballer>How can I do something like this with protocol
16:44:40  <qballer>Bare in mind I'm new to js/node.js
16:45:02  <qballer>https://github.com/Gozala/protocol/blob/master/examples/event-dom.js
16:45:24  <qballer>I mean this : https://github.com/Gozala/protocol/blob/master/examples/event-protocol.js
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16:45:58  <qballer>and how can I load the plug-in in an async
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16:46:28  <pksunkara>qballer: give me a sec
16:46:42  <qballer>thanks guys !
16:48:04  <pksunkara>qballer: you need jesusabdullah to explain it to you in great depth
16:48:10  <pksunkara>but I support the point that using broadway is better
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16:49:54  <pksunkara>I mean using broadway to build protocol
16:50:10  <qballer>ok
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16:50:59  <kohai>@openstackwatch openstack-ci-puppet [MERGED]: Changed git ref for node.js to use release tag. (Monty Taylor) http://t.co/ptBuwo7m
16:51:01  <qballer>Any good source for that. isn't Broadway meant for that exactly ? How do I load code in an sync way ?
16:53:00  <qballer>?
16:53:42  <pksunkara>qballer: I think we have a blog post on that
16:53:45  <pksunkara>lemme check
16:54:41  <qballer>awsome
16:54:49  <qballer>awesome
16:55:12  <pksunkara>qballer: actually, I think, it's abt to get published today or tomorrow
16:55:46  <qballer>OH oh - Sneek peek :)
16:56:02  <pksunkara>qballer: meanwhile, please try http://github.com/flatiron/broadway
16:57:39  <qballer>Thanks
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16:58:01  <kohai>@KrisSiegel The weekend is finally here. Now time to brush up on some #nodejs. Woohoo!
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16:59:56  <kohai>@KrisSiegel Now that is good timing “@Neustradamus: node.js 0.8.6 has been released ( #node / #nodejs ) http://t.co/kHxjQBpg”
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17:13:38  <kohai>@nodejs_links ♥ Node Tuts - Node.js Free screencast tutorials - http://t.co/fxHiBvLW
17:15:58  <kohai>@tscanausa cool series on scale-ability for node.js http://t.co/qYjTVDd8
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17:21:16  <kohai>@wdtgg Foray into js/node.js - In my recent determination to take a foray into js and the node.js application server… http://t.co/Y8MGvZQF
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17:30:40  <kohai>@michaelonrails Very interesting evaluation of #RubyOnRails v #NodeJS performance as a JSON API. http://t.co/LOKR8PXL / cc @jmreidy @moudy
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21:34:19  <coderarity>oops
21:34:21  <coderarity>i fell asleep
21:34:23  <coderarity>lol
21:34:32  <coderarity>whadar, try `jitsu logs`
21:35:06  <coderarity>whadar, yeah, the dashboard is a bit broken should probably stick to `jitsu` until we fix it
21:35:10  <whadar>warn: No logs for Peer5 in specified timespan
21:35:54  <coderarity>whadar, http://p5.jit.su/
21:36:32  <coderarity>whadar, hmm, maybe throttled for today, but seems to be running, assuming that's your webstie
21:36:50  <whadar>coderarity: it looks as if jit.su mapping was fucked so our address was pointed to a different site
21:37:06  <coderarity>i think someone might have deployed with the same subdomain
21:37:14  <whadar>hmm
21:37:17  <whadar>oh!
21:37:31  <whadar>can some one "take" p5.* ?
21:38:01  <coderarity>it's not supposed to let them
21:38:11  <coderarity>but the database might have been messed up
21:38:23  <whadar>is it tracable?
21:39:34  <coderarity>whadar, what's your username?
21:39:51  <whadar>it's easily to reproduce actually but I don't want to cause damage
21:39:55  <whadar>whadar
21:39:57  <coderarity>i can chef and see what's up
21:41:49  <whadar>thanks
21:41:52  <coderarity>i don't see anything weird
21:42:12  <whadar>it looks like some thai guy deployed into p5
21:43:02  <whadar>I can try to deploy to http://1.jit.su/
21:43:15  <whadar>and see if I can override it
21:44:16  <kohai>@ralphtheninja Must read article about using a nginx proxy with node.js for handling caching, ssl, statics, load balancing and gzip http://t.co/dDtqTAIP
21:45:41  <coderarity>whadar, let me see if I can get someone to look at this closer for you
21:46:10  <coderarity>whadar, if you email [email protected] I'll follow up with you there
21:46:23  <whadar>ok
21:46:24  <whadar>thx
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22:00:20  <jesusabdullah>whadar: If you see this behavior again, you should be able to "fix" it with a fresh deploy. If you can consistently reproduce the situation, we would love it if you could tell us how. :)
22:00:33  <jesusabdullah>whadar: It's very rare for that to happen, afaik.
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22:18:29  <kohai>@sadasant Take notes with #backbone #requirejs and #nodejs : https://t.co/SJMHUZdK http://t.co/ok5wbt7Q
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22:23:01  <whadar>jesusabdullah: איס
22:23:03  <whadar>thx
22:23:26  * whadaris now more relaxed after the panic attack of being hacked
22:24:10  <whadar>can you some how trace all deployments that were made to p5 subdomain today?
22:24:32  <whadar>jesusabdullah: ?
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22:28:37  <kohai>@SwiftAlphaOne So far I've done 5 different live @SendGrid demos in #nodejs today. Who wants to make it 6? #RedefiningWork
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22:35:59  <kohai>@trvrmcn learning git and node.js playing in the terminal makes me feel like a haxzor
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22:42:49  <kohai>@steve_atkins /me is writing chef recipes to deploy node.js single page apps. I feel so web 2.0 devopsy.
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22:55:33  <kohai>@emilpetkov Node.JS is a toy, use Erlang and Scala: http://t.co/7Pw4c6Cz
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22:56:54  <mmalecki>OKAY
22:57:02  <mmalecki>ASK ME ANYTHING
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22:57:08  <helpme>hey guys
22:57:13  <mappum>how do magnets work?
22:57:21  <helpme>miracles
22:57:24  <mappum>mmalecki, that's my question
22:57:25  <helpme>:3
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22:57:43  <Guest22611>seriously though, is there a console i can watch in real time for nodejitsu?
22:57:43  <mmalecki>mappum: well, basically, it's based on magnetical field
22:57:57  <Guest22611>im trying to do some nowjs stuff, and its pretty annoying to debug without logs
22:58:43  <mappum>Guest22611, there are logs, but just debug on your own machine
22:58:52  <Guest22611>id love to
22:58:57  <Guest22611>but im running windows
22:59:05  <Guest22611>which doesnt support nowjs
22:59:13  <Guest22611>and i killed my linux partition
22:59:16  <Guest22611>so... im kinda fucked
22:59:39  <Guest22611>can you point me to something to read on how to get those logs?
22:59:48  <mappum>just go to develop.ji.su
22:59:51  <mappum>*jit.su
23:00:12  <Guest22611>wow
23:00:14  <Guest22611>thank you!
23:00:20  <Guest22611>totally diddnt even know about that
23:00:47  <AvianFlu>does nowjs still only have a one-second polling interval?
23:00:49  <Guest22611>yea wow...
23:00:55  <Guest22611>i dont know
23:01:03  <Guest22611>you mean on disconnect?
23:01:06  <AvianFlu>no
23:01:10  <Guest22611>it polls fast and slows down over time
23:01:15  <AvianFlu>their "real time" was fake last I looked
23:01:15  <Guest22611>oh
23:01:19  <AvianFlu>and they only polled once a second
23:01:24  <Guest22611>its faster then one second
23:01:27  <Guest22611>for sure
23:01:39  <Guest22611>but i dont actually know
23:01:43  <AvianFlu>but still polling and not websockets or a real-time TCP connection?
23:02:02  <Guest22611>yea sorry, i don't know but i thought they used sockets?
23:02:40  <AvianFlu>dunno
23:02:45  <AvianFlu>they used to not, that's why I'm curious
23:02:47  <Guest22611>here:
23:02:53  <Guest22611>http://nowjs.com/download
23:02:55  <AvianFlu>they were just jumping on the "real-time" bandwagon
23:02:56  <Guest22611>in the faq:
23:03:01  <Guest22611>Q: How do I disable WebSockets or only use xhr-polling?
23:03:08  <Guest22611>they use websockets now
23:03:12  <Guest22611>i dont knwo if that changed anything
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23:04:31  <AvianFlu>it does
23:04:46  <AvianFlu>that framework used to be a very bad idea to actually use, that's why I started asking :)
23:04:58  <AvianFlu>I very much hope it's now massively improved
23:05:10  <Guest22611>its pretty convenient
23:05:20  <Guest22611>my employer uses it as a part of our tech stack
23:05:25  <Guest22611>speeds up alot of stuff
23:05:35  <AvianFlu>makes sense
23:05:47  <Guest22611>if you do end up trying it
23:05:47  <AvianFlu>I'm sure you can appreciate our disdain for the old one-second polling interval though :D
23:05:53  <Guest22611>i can
23:05:55  <Guest22611>thats a bit retarded
23:06:00  <Guest22611>also note:
23:06:07  <AvianFlu>I mostly do systems work, I don't really need stuff like that
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23:06:30  <Guest22611>oh ok i wont note then :P
23:06:45  <kohai>@anotherstanlee Trying to watch #nodejs tutorials on YouTube and I get distracted by street fighting videos... doh.
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23:17:35  <kohai>@botdream what a day, @GeekSessionsFAO @Raspberry_Pi talk with cool node.js projects, nice lunch, excellent afternoon! Thanks 2 my geek friends ;)
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23:22:39  <kohai>@NodeJsCommunity Take notes with #backbone #requirejs and #nodejs : https://t.co/9EKnnJLu http://t.co/bYhdqUiU http://t.co/NS6bYLkN
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23:40:17  <kohai>@Alex_Ekdahl @nodejitsu Do you have servers located in Europe?
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23:42:14  <kohai>@scottymoon Running through the node.js course on codeschool. Pretty nifty site for learning the basics.
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23:50:23  <digitxp>hey all
23:56:20  <digitxp>are there any examples out there of non-trivial flatiron apps?
23:59:07  <jesusabdullah>digitxp: check out haibu and jitsu