00:01:13  <kohai>@techiejayk Flatiron, An Adaptable framework for Node.js for building modern web applications http://t.co/0LLcvsOr
00:06:22  <kohai>@nathanpc Updating node.js on my production server.
00:12:34  <kohai>@tellingly Oda Donatien liked Programming Psychology - Return home early » Debuggable - Node.js Consulting: As of lately I… http://t.co/5aE9ARV8
00:12:37  <kohai>@NodeDuh [email protected] The Node.js movie already exists and its title is "Ishtar".
00:15:22  <kohai>@dm30roto Finally getting this #NodeJs/#SocketIO stuff down. XP +1
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00:28:35  <marciopuga>AvianFlu: are you there?
00:29:06  <AvianFlu>yeah, what's up
00:33:00  <kohai>@uberscientist I've been developing with node.js and haven't been using nodemon http://t.co/30c8JFJ3 I'm an idiot!
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00:41:11  <kohai>@ryanyogan Looking for a good #nodejs meetup group in Chicago, also any local #emberjs nerds?
00:43:41  <Init--WithStyle->Anybody home?
00:45:06  <willwh>< cooking
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00:45:41  <Init--WithStyle->oh, thats good :)
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00:57:04  <kohai>@LolCakeLazors @YayRamen No, it just randomly disappears and there's no crash, or error reports. I tried it on nodejitsu and my computer.
00:58:11  <kohai>@nodenpm alchemy-api (0.5.0): http://t.co/V58eNIfs An Alchemy API library for Node.js
00:58:16  <kohai>@npmadditions Added: alchemy-api. An Alchemy API library for Node.js https://t.co/Rslugp5B
01:00:28  <kohai>@NodeJSAtSO Caching website data in Node.js http://t.co/8Y7tHvak
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01:13:42  <Init--WithStyle->What does "no matching engine found" error mean?
01:13:50  <Init--WithStyle->in error: spawning drone..
01:14:47  <AvianFlu>Init--WithStyle-: it means that the specific node version in your engines field isn't one we have available
01:14:48  <kohai>Init has -45 beers
01:14:59  <Init--WithStyle->in the package.json file?
01:15:16  <AvianFlu>yeah
01:15:22  <AvianFlu>try 0.6.x or 0.8.x
01:15:35  <AvianFlu>you'll end up on 0.6.19 or 0.8.5
01:15:39  <Init--WithStyle->i have 0.8.x in my package.json file :)
01:15:48  <Init--WithStyle->and this was working 2 days ago...
01:15:50  <Init--WithStyle->very very strange..
01:16:16  <AvianFlu>might be bad syntax
01:16:18  <Init--WithStyle->i replaced with >=0.8.x and it worked
01:16:18  <AvianFlu>can you gist it?
01:16:23  <Init--WithStyle->funky
01:16:52  <Init--WithStyle->AvianFlu: should be fine now
01:16:59  <Init--WithStyle->By the way, I fixed my problem from a few days ago
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01:17:25  <Init--WithStyle->The problem was the engine I was using had a structure that didn't jive well with npm
01:17:37  <Init--WithStyle->I had to reorganize the folder structure and add a few missing package.json files
01:18:22  <AvianFlu>that makes sense
01:18:27  <AvianFlu>I'm glad you got it working
01:18:39  <AvianFlu>it seemed like it would be something fairly straightforward like that
01:19:05  <Init--WithStyle->yea.. I had to fool npm pack into thinking I was making a "package" for delivery to someone.. lol
01:19:35  <Init--WithStyle->interesting that nodejitsu abstracts the ports a bit..
01:19:43  <Init--WithStyle->I have my game server set up to listen on 2500
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01:19:57  <Init--WithStyle->and my html server connects via port :80 (because it's sitting on another part of the cloud)
01:20:01  <AvianFlu>we load balance everything over 80
01:20:04  <AvianFlu>and we only support HTTP
01:20:06  <Init--WithStyle->right
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01:20:13  <Init--WithStyle->websockets too :)
01:20:25  <Init--WithStyle->so I guess you guys detect what my app is listening on and just forward in
01:20:58  <AvianFlu>yep
01:21:07  <AvianFlu>well, websockets count as HTTP traffic
01:21:09  <AvianFlu>it's just repurposed
01:21:09  <Init--WithStyle->AvianFlu: is there a way to keep an app private for dev work?
01:21:15  <AvianFlu>I meant HTTP as opposed to arbitrary TCP
01:21:18  <Init--WithStyle->right
01:21:40  <AvianFlu>I mean, we don't have something specific to keep it private with
01:21:55  <AvianFlu>but if you make a random subdomain and deploy it as a different app, the odds of someone noticing it are pretty low
01:22:07  <AvianFlu>not the same, I know, but certainly a way to work on a non-live copy
01:22:34  <AvianFlu>you could also like, put some auth on it
01:22:47  <AvianFlu>basic auth takes about half a minute to set up
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01:23:30  <Init--WithStyle->righto :)
01:24:00  <Init--WithStyle->is there a way to get a real-time log feed from an app?
01:24:12  <Init--WithStyle->i've noticed the logs portion of the web GUI is a few minutes lagged
01:24:41  <deoxxa>AvianFlu: is that anything that uses HTTP as the initial handshake? i.e. could you use the upgrade functionality for things other than websockets?
01:25:15  <AvianFlu>deoxxa: hypothetically, yes, it would work
01:25:19  <AvianFlu>with that said
01:25:28  <AvianFlu>god help you with writing your own protocol
01:25:37  <AvianFlu>Init--WithStyle-: that's the delay from loggly
01:25:37  <kohai>Init has -46 beers
01:25:51  <AvianFlu>we're rolling out short-term streaming logs in the near future, but we've got other things in the pipeline first
01:25:52  <chilts>poor Init :)
01:25:56  <deoxxa>lol init
01:26:59  <Init--WithStyle->oh that's great AvianFlu
01:27:14  <Init--WithStyle->In my mind negative is positive :)
01:27:24  <chilts>heh
01:27:30  <Init--WithStyle->plus 2 negatives equal a positive so i'm at 46 right now which comes out positive
01:28:21  <jcrugzz>ohh streaming logs, I like
01:28:48  <jcrugzz>AvianFlu: Whats current priority in the pipeline if you don't mind me asking?
01:29:18  <AvianFlu>jcrugzz: billing > logs
01:29:22  <AvianFlu>aside from that, they're next
01:29:36  <AvianFlu>billing launches like the 21st or 22nd or something
01:29:40  <jcrugzz>fair enough, billing is important hah. I want to start paying you guys ASAP
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01:48:11  <kohai>@tyrellperera Scaling node.js to 100k concurrent connections! | caustik's blog http://t.co/GKrgl11N
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01:59:56  <kohai>@thl0 So nice when you are about to implement a tool that you need and someone already did: https://t.co/aiSmBMxs #nodejs /cc @felixge thanks!
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02:13:04  <Init--WithStyle->Billing will include a free option until our app has more then ~3 users I hope :)
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02:25:10  <kohai>@rodchile Reactor Pattern: Where Node.js and EventMachine started. http://t.co/Qiet8Ea7 #geek #softwarepatterns
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02:39:13  <kohai>@npmupdates Updated: shark to v0.3.12. A new develop framework for Node.js https://t.co/jzhairvy
02:39:41  <kohai>@nodenpm shark (0.3.12): http://t.co/TCCd7t8s A new develop framework for Node.js
02:41:30  <kohai>@polimeniripwuq4 xshay angularjs It sure is, working on an AngularJs and Node.js project. its freaking awesome.gNdg
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02:51:16  <kohai>@SaraJChipps Someone told me tonight that Node.js developers are generally jerks. Do you feel the same?
02:52:11  <kohai>@deoxxa @SaraJChipps as both a node.js developer and a jerk, I can say that this is definitely the case.
02:52:55  <mmalecki>deoxxa: ++ lol
02:52:55  <kohai>deoxxa has 3 beers
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02:53:42  <deoxxa>\o/
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02:55:51  <kohai>@peterc @SaraJChipps "Generally", no. But do jerky Node.js developers exist? Yes. But I think that's true for most languages/techs/hobbies.
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03:04:45  <kohai>@mcburton spent the evening dicking around with node.js and jake. writing a thing to make topic modeling with MALLET more palatable.
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03:06:11  <Nodejitsu-Github>[require-analyzer] mmalecki pushed 8 new commits to master: http://git.io/p3aNQQ
03:06:11  <Nodejitsu-Github>[require-analyzer/master] monkey patch console.log instead of npmout.write - Felix Böhm
03:06:11  <Nodejitsu-Github>[require-analyzer/master] read-installed is now a separate package - Felix Böhm
03:06:11  <Nodejitsu-Github>[require-analyzer/master] removed npm as a dependency - Felix Böhm
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03:07:16  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] nodejitsu/require-analyzer#10 (master - 3bb0173 : Maciej Małecki): The build was fixed.
03:07:16  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/nodejitsu/require-analyzer/compare/122f425252a1...3bb01731a536
03:07:16  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/nodejitsu/require-analyzer/builds/2104871
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03:09:39  <Nodejitsu-Github>[require-analyzer] mmalecki pushed 1 new commit to master: http://git.io/peZnXA
03:09:39  <Nodejitsu-Github>[require-analyzer/master] [test] Test all the branches, add new node versions - Maciej Małecki
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03:10:40  <mmalecki>that's interesting... it only fails on node v0.8...
03:10:41  <kohai>@canweriotnow @SaraJChipps Node.js devs aren't jerks, they're just upset because they're wrong.
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03:10:41  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/nodejitsu/require-analyzer/compare/3bb01731a536...f55a8ac96b6b
03:10:41  <travis-ci>[travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/nodejitsu/require-analyzer/builds/2104882
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03:19:13  <mmalecki>oh well, I'll look into those tomorrow
03:20:40  <kohai>@fifnel node.js + websocket.io であっさり出来てぐぬぬ
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03:30:41  <kohai>@npmupdates Updated: mongoose-auth-latest to v0.0.13. User authentication plugin for mongoose node.js orm https://t.co/Nl6nnIcH
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03:33:49  <kohai>@npmadditions Added: googleplaces. Node.js library for the Google Places API https://t.co/eF40dkY4
03:34:47  <deoxxa>ooh
03:34:50  <deoxxa>google places
03:35:01  <deoxxa>i was just thinking about using that this morning
03:35:54  <jesusabdullah>wth is the goog places?
03:37:09  <deoxxa>omg jesusabdullah lrn2internet
03:37:14  <deoxxa>it's like yelp
03:37:18  <deoxxa>but inside google
03:43:07  <kohai>@NodeJsCommunity Node.js Frameworks Comparison | OCDevel: http://t.co/r439sfoE http://t.co/jzev2qlE
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04:03:39  <kohai>@huckphin @superxero3 Hmm, it's a close battle. I smell a new "Great Webdev Debates" meetup for us: #nodejs vs #ror (http://t.co/SvwZs5En)
04:06:41  <kohai>@i001962 Anyone know of OSS #JavaScript or #nodejs project similar to R-Project? Lots of pieces exist already. Will b useful in #Office13 agave apps
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04:15:11  <kohai>@prayaagk Comparision of Node.js frameworks - Node.js as a full web app development platform #nodejs #web #webdevelopment http://t.co/P9bOqobO
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04:28:11  <kohai>@jasonbot2000 Just read a blog post about how node.js sucks at being Rails; my hammer sucks at being a screwdriver, but that doesn't make it worthless.
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04:43:57  <kohai>@muratny Interesting: giving every browser an addressable url through node.js - http://t.co/sxr5qM9v
04:58:39  <kohai>@nodejs_links ♥ JavaScript Toddler Game Part 1: Hosting a cocos2D app in Node.js - http://t.co/a94Yw3uZ
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05:09:40  <kohai>@daanvberkel1980 @SaraJChipps I consider myself an (aspiring) Node.js developer, but I don't thinks I am a jerk. Does this count as a counter-example?
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05:20:57  <kohai>@pavlobaron @antonyfalco the old-Arnie-terminator was written in Haskell. SkyNet was written in Erlang. T-1000 is clearly running Node.js
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05:24:13  <jesusabdullah>!tweet @pavlobaron False. DoD projects code so defensively those things will probably all be written in ada, ravenscar profile.
05:24:14  <kohai>@NodeKohai @pavlobaron False. DoD projects code so defensively those things will probably all be written in ada, ravenscar profile.
05:24:40  <blakmatrix_>ada++
05:24:40  <kohai>ada has 1 beer
05:25:00  <blakmatrix_>wth is ravenscar though?
05:29:26  <kohai>@graphcommons giving every browser an addressable url through node.js would enable new adhoc p2p applications. - http://t.co/u4QKIHkX via @muratny
05:33:33  <coen-hyde>I'm having issues deploying an app with redis. I imagine it has something to do with hiredis as a compiled dep. This is the error i'm getting:
05:33:39  <coen-hyde>ld.so.1: node: fatal: relocation error: file {app_name}/node_modules/redis/node_…
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05:35:42  <coen-hyde>a solaris thing maybe? I've deployed this application before and it worked fine, but i can't remember if that was before or after the migration to joyent
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05:59:57  <jesusabdullah>blakmatrix_: it's a really restrictive pragma for ada
06:00:08  <jesusabdullah>or set of them, anyway
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06:00:40  <raphie>hey, is there a way to change files without restarting the server?
06:00:47  <raphie>I need to change a single line in my clientside JS >_>
06:01:17  <raphie>AvianFlu?
06:01:34  <jesusabdullah>raphie: not unless you've exposed one
06:01:52  <raphie>ahh, hmm
06:01:57  <raphie>any suggestions as to how I could do that?
06:02:15  <kohai>@npmupdates Updated: collective to v0.2.1. Data synchronization/cache tool for multiple Node.js instances. https://t.co/rml6YWLS
06:02:40  <kohai>@nodenpm collective (0.2.1): http://t.co/7sY7rU7V Data synchronization/cache tool for multiple Node.js instances.
06:03:39  <jesusabdullah>not really raphie :( it sounds like a lot of work to me
06:03:45  <jesusabdullah>way more than you'd want to do probably
06:03:59  <jesusabdullah>that said raphie we have zero downtime deploys now y'know
06:04:08  <raphie>:O tell me more
06:05:04  <jesusabdullah>well they already work automatically
06:05:16  <jesusabdullah>if your current deploy dies your last deploy is still up
06:05:32  <jesusabdullah>we only switch the balancer over and bring down your old instance once the new one is confirmed to be up
06:06:01  <raphie>ahh, awesome
06:06:58  <kohai>@miho7031 Study 1주차~ 개발용 노트북 세팅, node.js / http://t.co/6GMUoLSW MVC Preview 완료~ 2주차 개발용 노트북 세팅 Remind, Objective-C w/o XIB / WebApp w/ Backbone.js 예정~
06:09:08  <raphie>jesusabdullah: must new snapshots be tarballed, or is a .zip okay? I'm on a friend's computer and have no access to jitsu
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06:10:30  <jesusabdullah>raphie: tarballed
06:10:35  <jesusabdullah>raphie: npm-style
06:10:38  <kohai>@_Shakeel tomorrow is an OAuth day, gonna aim to get an implementation in both Node.js & PHP
06:10:40  <jesusabdullah>raphie: also, that sucks.
06:10:57  <jesusabdullah>raphie: because you probably don't have npm either
06:11:18  <raphie>yup, no terminal access
06:11:19  <raphie>wat do?
06:11:20  <jesusabdullah>raphie: Your tarball should have a single folder in it, within which you find the actual project
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06:11:40  <jesusabdullah>so, like, ./my-app/package.json should exist in the tgz
06:12:06  <raphie>ahh, ok
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06:13:41  <jesusabdullah>Yeah, it's pretty persnickety, I don't know how anyone has managed a deploy through the current webui >_<
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06:17:37  <raphie>ok, here goes
06:19:13  <kohai>@npmupdates Updated: fs-extra to v0.1.3. fs-extra contains methods that aren't included in the vanilla Node.js fs package. https://t.co/X3YgvrIh
06:19:40  <kohai>@nodenpm fs-extra (0.1.3): http://t.co/kwSR7FjN fs-extra contains methods that aren't included in the vanilla Node.js fs package.
06:20:52  <raphie>jesusabdullah: error, lemme get this straight, my application.tgz contains a folder and within that folder is a package.json
06:21:03  <jesusabdullah>yup
06:21:12  <jesusabdullah>and that folder should have the same name as your package
06:21:15  <raphie>oh
06:21:17  <raphie>it does not
06:21:21  <raphie>that's most likely the problem
06:21:27  <jesusabdullah>yeah, probably
06:21:36  <raphie>as in, if it's application.tgz, the folder should be application?
06:22:04  <jesusabdullah>as in, if it's called "my-sweet-app" in your package.json, the folder should be my-sweet-app
06:22:16  <raphie>ohh, ok
06:22:25  <raphie>but still application.tgz or does that not matter?
06:22:34  <jesusabdullah>I don't think it matters
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06:30:37  <kohai>@Ponny Did my first bit of node.js today. I must be missing something. It seems... crap.
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06:42:09  <kohai>@klanjabrik Are you developing node.js sites? user nodemon, nodemon will reload your application each time it changes so you don’t need to restart it.
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07:01:38  <kohai>@owensmartin Now I just have to find some cheap web hosting that allows #nodejs #fuckyoudreamhost
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07:17:08  <kohai>@soljin @C9Support I was wondering if there was some trick to getting #nodejitsu in c9. npm install jitsu is mega failing.
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07:19:44  <kohai>@npmupdates Updated: vock to v0.2.5. VoIP on node.js 0.8.x **(OSX ONLY FOR NOW)** https://t.co/vqxeLHiO
07:20:11  <kohai>@nodenpm vock (0.2.5): http://t.co/b5oGpUSd VoIP on node.js 0.8.x **(OSX ONLY FOR NOW)**
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07:28:44  <kohai>@nodejs_links ♥ Dealing concurrently with long running / blocking tasks in node.js | Nerdcode from the Ivory Tower - http://t.co/lhtw8843
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07:36:31  <jesusabdullah>blakmatrix: Do you know the cloud 9 trick? Someone's asking on the twitters ^^
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07:49:17  <kohai>@rudevich Мне понравилось видео на @YouTubeот пользователя @marakana http://t.co/QIzAGfEK Introduction to Node.js with Ryan D
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08:04:35  <kohai>@NathanBowers @SaraJChipps I feel node.js has the worst logo on the Internet, but otherwise no beef.
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08:11:44  <kohai>@sthware The Async flow control library for node.js is the boomerang code killer. Oh, yeah.
08:13:36  <kohai>@nodejs_links ♥ Sidekick – Using Node.js to run scheduled tasks for a service - http://t.co/XogCtOwd
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08:21:07  <kohai>@tumaku_ Simple and very educative tutorial about node.js but especially about software engineering theory http://t.co/bCyfQl05. @manuelkiessling
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08:23:04  <kohai>@alastairweller Seriously! This is true geekery @ryangillett A node.js HTTP server in your browser! http://t.co/P4zPO5NP /cc @andypiper
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08:31:59  <yawnt>haha
08:32:06  <yawnt>You don't think it's possible that the $50/year is just a Kickstarter-style price to get early funding, and they're just going to charge $5 a month from here on out?
08:32:09  <yawnt>It seems like your premise bends on the idea that the model is always going to be like this.
08:32:17  <yawnt>>> "$5 a month is $60 a year, which is a price increase."
08:32:19  <yawnt>lol.
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08:41:47  <kohai>@blakmatrix @soljin @C9Support last I checked latest jitsu only runs on node 6.20 and 8.x, you'll have to do `npm i [email protected] -g` #nodejitsu
08:44:34  <kohai>@blakmatrix @soljin @C9Support it's possible that you might have to do a `npm cache clear` first however #nodejitsu
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08:53:51  <kohai>@nickjjackson_ Finished a week and a bit opp-ing sound for two shows, now back to work on my node.js api and backbone front end. #Nerd
08:55:34  <kohai>@nickjjackson_ Finished a week and a bit of work opp-ing sound for two shows, now back to work doing website stuff. #NodeJS #BackboneJS #tired
08:58:42  <kohai>@nodejs_links ♥ leŭksman » Blog Archive » Node.js and web workers: safe multiprocess CLI JS - http://t.co/R3kiZL2Z
09:02:35  <kohai>@DZone Scaling node.js to 100k concurrent connections! - http://t.co/NkInqlbt - @DZone Big Link by mswatcher
09:06:25  <kohai>@judofyr I like how @bascule is arguing that Node.js isn't a silver bullet by claiming that it's *his* project that is the silver bullet…
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09:16:04  <kohai>@bot_t_hash @T_Hash 2011-06-12 にpresentation,MongoDB,node.jsタグでブクマされた 『MongoDB + node.js で作るソーシャルゲーム』 http://t.co/k9woWAmY は当然もう読んだよな?
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09:17:02  <soroush>Is anyone else having trouble deploying applications because of NPM? Is there a workaround?
09:17:27  <soroush>NPM seems to still be down
09:17:30  <yawnt>i want stripe so badly to be international
09:18:29  <booyaa>yawnt: yeah me too
09:18:31  <booyaa>lovely guys
09:18:46  <booyaa>they gotta survive the usofa first
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09:20:48  <yawnt>usofa?
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09:25:47  <booyaa>u.s.a.
09:26:02  <booyaa>us always looks like "us" instead of "united states"
09:26:11  * booyaatends not to use case when ircing
09:27:13  <yawnt>i see
09:27:38  <yawnt>i googled usofa and first result was miss gay usofa
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09:27:42  <yawnt>i was like "dafuq"
09:28:04  <booyaa>lol
09:28:11  <booyaa>awesome i will remember that
09:28:36  <kohai>@nodejs_links ♥ Writing Workers in Node.js | Iron.io Dev Center - http://t.co/VbcpLGmM
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09:31:47  <yawnt>booyaa: do you know of any decent alternatives?
09:31:50  <yawnt>to stripe i mean
09:33:49  <kohai>@masakiut HTML5 Lessons from LinkedIn using Node.js - YouTube http://t.co/FEefzwXc
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09:42:39  <kohai>@drypot Node.js 처음 리뷰하고 혹평하며 4 뼘짜리 글 쓴 것이 2011-03-15 일. 아득하다.
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10:03:27  <yawnt>booyaa: ever heard of gocardless?
10:06:06  <booyaa>no .eu based?
10:06:22  <booyaa>i know square do a cardless version too
10:09:25  <yawnt>i mean
10:09:26  <yawnt>gocardless
10:09:30  <yawnt>it's a uk based startup
10:09:36  <yawnt>aren't you from the uk?
10:17:48  <booyaa>yup
10:18:06  <booyaa>i'll look them up, they're prolly based out of old street
10:18:22  <booyaa>aka silicon roundabout *cringe*
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10:20:24  <yawnt>btw found out paypal has micropayments
10:20:31  <yawnt>and it's free to use the base plan
10:21:27  <kohai>@ekdikeo now the real challenge will be getting the node.js js2dom functional
10:28:41  <kohai>@nodejs_links ♥ installation - How do you install Node.js on CentOS? - Server Fault - http://t.co/mYrwjId0
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10:31:43  <kohai>@SnowPlowData Hugely excited by SnowCannon, @shermozle's node.js collector for SnowPlow. Our first major user contrib! https://t.co/PIe4JAty
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10:37:13  <kohai>@FurqanR Hacking all night. #cassandra #nodejs
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10:43:01  <kohai>@Max_Tomassi Another interesting @jamesshore 's screencast series: Let’s Code: Test-Driven Javascript >> http://t.co/LnWFYciu #tdd #javascript #nodejs
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10:54:58  <kohai>@andypiper @BillinghamJ @drogonevets guys, feel free not to include me on all your rants :-) thanks. #cloudfoundry is very node.js friendly though :-)
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11:09:50  <kohai>@npmupdates Updated: xmlbuilder to v0.3.4. An XML builder for node.js https://t.co/F987w7AA
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11:33:02  <kohai>@marceloglezer Realtime and collaborative apps with derby mvc #nodejs #javascript http://t.co/AwXPoQ56
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12:01:13  <kohai>@slidebot Building your first Node app with Connect & E ... http://t.co/bJTlhSRK (by cjoudrey 2011-04-14) [en][DL:OK] #Nodejs
12:01:32  <kohai>@razorjack Debunking the Node.js Gish Gallop: http://t.co/JxhOwXmL - I'm going to print every single word of this brilliant article.
12:03:24  <kohai>@colinkroll Since when is node.js and backbone full stack?
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12:21:44  <kohai>@stevebiscuit “@shit_hn_says: I'll often drop down to node.js if I really need to be close to the metal” << roflcopter
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12:24:31  <kohai>@internetsurfing Loving Google Go Language, if you love Node.JS then your love #golang! C performance, concurrency, etc.. Check it out! http://t.co/gnkKmB76
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12:38:57  <kohai>@NodeJsCommunity Experiments with #mongodb , #nodejs , #express and #mongoose - http://t.co/U2WwPnuS http://t.co/VikhzscL
12:39:54  <kohai>@tdp_org Does anyone know of a good, simple event (error, warning, info, debug) logging module for #nodejs? Can't find one on http://t.co/iROkK9cK
12:40:04  <kohai>@bathroomcumslut in order to pose for the growing node.js community
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12:46:40  <kohai>@nodejsTweets NodeJsCommunity: Derby MVC framework making it easy to write realtime, collaborative applications with node.js | #nodejs http://... ...
12:48:09  <kohai>@jplmelanson clear your mind before using #node.js exports, http://t.co/Zvm4cgVG
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12:52:25  <kohai>@maiahmac Creating HTTP server using @flatironjs is faster than our #java build through bamboo. /swt #nodejs #nodejs #javascript #js
12:54:35  <AvianFlu>It's genuinely shocking to me that derby is popular
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12:58:30  <kohai>@radiodario anyone has any idea what "Abort trap: 6" means as an error on node.js - my app quits unexpectedly
12:58:54  <mmalecki>AvianFlu: would ^ be an assertion error in libuv?
12:59:21  <AvianFlu>yes
12:59:56  <mmalecki>go and tweet something at him
12:59:59  <AvianFlu>!tweet [email protected] Something you're doing is triggering an assertion in libuv. Come to #nodejitsu on freenode IRC, we're curious!
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13:00:55  <radiodario>hi kohai you just tweeted at me right?
13:01:08  <mmalecki>awwww yeaaah
13:01:33  <radiodario>i'm getting "Abort trap: 6" - my app quits unexpectedly
13:02:05  <mmalecki>radiodario: anything more?
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13:03:22  <booyaa>hahaah
13:03:37  <booyaa>!tweet === summon :D
13:04:16  <cronopio>radiodario: can you paste some of your code?
13:04:53  <kohai>@tralamazza "yo dawg, I heard you like callbacks, so I put a callback in your callback while you are calling back" #nodejs
13:05:12  <AvianFlu>radiodario: kohai is a bot with a twitter feed, mmalecki and I were curious about your problem and wanted to help
13:05:12  <kohai>'Bot' is a derogatory term, and I'm offended.
13:09:20  <radiodario>hmm it's a project for my business, and it's pretty big
13:09:58  <kohai>@jammerua How To Block Node.js #WiFi-Extending #Robot? http://t.co/9j5ONreb
13:10:05  <AvianFlu>radiodario: which OS?
13:10:23  <AvianFlu>bottom line, you found a way to hit a weird assertion error in libuv, and mmalecki and I like fixing those :D
13:10:36  <AvianFlu>was there any output besides the 'abort trap 6' part?
13:12:00  <radiodario>OSx Lion
13:12:10  <AvianFlu>okay
13:12:12  <radiodario>nope it' was just showing my express logger
13:12:17  <radiodario>i.e. requests logs
13:12:29  <AvianFlu>so this is a big express app, are you doing any other significant i/o?
13:12:31  <radiodario>it just started happening
13:12:34  <AvianFlu>that isn't web requests?
13:12:41  <AvianFlu>also, how many times have you seen it?
13:12:44  <radiodario>web requests + api wrapper for an elasticsearch instance
13:12:54  <AvianFlu>okay
13:12:55  <radiodario>i'd say around 3 times in the last 3 days
13:13:02  <AvianFlu>is the elasticsearch based on tcp connections?
13:13:10  <AvianFlu>also, what node version?
13:13:17  <radiodario>hmm i'm using elasticsearchclient
13:13:23  <radiodario>lemme see how they implemented it
13:13:26  <mmalecki>maybe we could get a coredump?
13:13:39  <AvianFlu>yeah, you're likely to get a core file from that kind of thing
13:13:46  <mmalecki>ulimit -c unlimited
13:13:58  <mmalecki>now, finding it on OS X is a bit more complicated
13:14:04  <mmalecki>it goes to some directory under /
13:14:11  <mmalecki>(iirc)
13:14:26  <radiodario>theyre http requests
13:14:31  <AvianFlu>mmalecki: you can like, find / -name core or something
13:14:58  <mmalecki> /cores
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13:21:07  <kohai>@robmerrell I had forgotten that I made this: http://t.co/3Bdb4acs #nodejs
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13:23:38  <yawnt>ò/
13:24:59  <mmalecki>hai
13:26:44  <booyaa>lo tintin
13:27:53  <kohai>@AlcidesRC MVC framework making it easy to write realtime, collaborative applications that run in both Node.js and browsers. http://t.co/mnxxVUBg
13:27:59  <yawnt>i need someone from the US booyaa
13:28:05  <yawnt>so i can use Stripe
13:28:05  <yawnt>:P
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13:30:57  <MerlinDMC>yawnt, would a connection through vpn be enough?
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13:37:19  <kohai>@chrisjpowers I'm hoping to pair on Node.js with a Windows developer at #ThatConference, ping me if you're interested!
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13:41:58  <Cygnus_X>so, this probably doesn't mean much coming from an amateur like myself, but i'm quite impressed with nodejitsu so far
13:42:24  <mmalecki>Cygnus_X: of course it does! we're always happy to hear that :)
13:42:44  <Cygnus_X>i started with heroku, and after several hours, could not get it to work
13:42:55  <Cygnus_X>nj took all of 30 minutes
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13:44:56  <kohai>@andyr0id "@PLT_Hulk: SIGN OF SUPERIOR AGILITY OF NODE.JS: 48 HTML5 FRAMEWORKS RELEASED LAST WEEK!" Or node.js ppl can't stop reinventing the wheel
13:46:25  <mmalecki>Cygnus_X: that's awesome
13:46:32  <mmalecki>Cygnus_X: and yeah, heroku is a bit hard to setup
13:46:36  <mmalecki>ssh keys and stuff
13:46:50  <Cygnus_X>i even worked through the key issues
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13:48:51  <Cygnus_X>i just could never get heroku to deploy correctly
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13:51:30  <Cygnus_X>the only issue i'm having with nodejitsu is that my app seems to stop running after some period of time. but, in googling, i found an article on something called forever, so i'll see if i can work through that before i start bothering anyone here with it
13:52:10  <AvianFlu>Cygnus_X: we already run your app with forever
13:52:14  <AvianFlu>what kind of 'stop running' do you see?
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13:53:26  <Cygnus_X>well, if i log in at the website, it tells me everything is still running
13:53:39  <Cygnus_X>and i have not had time to properly test everything i've wanted to you
13:53:44  <Cygnus_X>yet* you = yet
13:54:23  <Cygnus_X>but, i can get a connection when i first do a jitsu deploy... and it works fine for at least a half hour no problems
13:54:31  <Cygnus_X>but, when i log on this morning, i can't seem to get a connection
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13:56:09  <MerlinDMC>hmm ... k ... i'll just go and do my work then ;)
13:56:18  <booyaa>speaking of which, installing jitsu on my raspberry pi
13:56:22  <booyaa>time to get my deploy on
13:56:38  <AvianFlu>Cygnus_X: yeah, but which kind of "can't get a connection"
13:56:44  <AvianFlu>does it hang? do you get a JSON error message?
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13:58:30  <yawnt>MerlinDMC: stripe is us only right now :P
13:58:30  <yawnt>you need to be a permanent us resident
13:58:44  <kohai>@nodejs_links ♥ node.js modules - http://t.co/ZO9FrPfz
13:58:59  <Cygnus_X>AvianFlu: I really need to test it more before i can answer. looking through my firebug console, it seems that I am in fact connecting properly. its just that my app is responding differently now. so, something is happening to cause my app to change behavior
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14:00:01  <AvianFlu>okay
14:00:08  <kohai>@cheeaun Heroku is srsly fast in supporting the latest version of Node.js, trumps all the other Node.js hosting platforms (that I've tried).
14:00:12  <AvianFlu>we're here to help, as you figure out more details
14:00:12  <yawnt>oh come on
14:00:17  <yawnt>router's dying :(
14:01:42  <booyaa>heh cheeaun has not hjeard of nodejitsu then
14:01:52  <booyaa>that or he's a shill
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14:06:53  <soroush>AvianFlu: Hello again. Still having trouble deploying, getting "NPM install fails". Do you know if NPM is still down? I've read that there was a workaround (setting npm to another registry), is it something I can configure myself on my nodejitsu instance? My site has been down for over two days, getting a bit desperate ;-)
14:07:14  <booyaa>npm shold be back up again
14:07:27  <booyaa>saw some tweets from iriscouch who are the backend
14:07:38  <soroush>AvianFlu: When I say deploy, I mean starting my application by the way. Through nodejitsu admin interface.
14:08:10  <AvianFlu>soroush: I'd strongly recommend not using the web interface
14:08:16  <AvianFlu>and using the jitsu CLI tool instead
14:08:19  <soroush>booya: Ah ok. Still doesn't work for me though. Still getting "NPM Install failed ".
14:08:20  <AvianFlu>also, please gist your pacakge.json
14:08:32  <AvianFlu>because soroush, I looked at your app right before you signed off yesterday
14:08:45  <AvianFlu>and you're consistently getting a really, really weird error that makes no sense and gives no details
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14:09:06  <AvianFlu>so it's probably just a misunderstanding between our app servers and your package.json, to hazard a guess
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14:09:26  <soroush>AvianFlu: Ah alright. I'll upload the package json asap.
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14:13:12  <kohai>@jonmarkgo @StevenMaguire I believe for that demo I just used my own server, but I highly recommend http://t.co/NplVpli5 for Node.js apps
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14:17:10  <kohai>@npmupdates Updated: sails to v12.08.05. MVC framework for Node.JS https://t.co/dbKkUtz2
14:18:36  <soroush>AvianFlu: Here's the gist with package.json https://gist.github.com/3341144
14:20:27  <yawnt>"Might be getting too obsessed with email. Just accidentally called my parents POP and IMAP."
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14:20:31  <yawnt>*badum tsa tss*
14:24:29  <AvianFlu>soroush: okay, I have a guess
14:24:34  <AvianFlu>run `npm shrinkwrap`
14:24:42  <AvianFlu>and remove hiredis from the resulting file
14:25:31  <soroush>Ok, and after that? I'm at work right now so can't try it out immedeatly.
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14:27:50  <AvianFlu>well
14:27:54  <AvianFlu>here's the idea
14:28:05  <AvianFlu>redis has hiredis, the C/C++ parser, as an optional dependency
14:28:19  <AvianFlu>if npm doesn't find it, it falls back to using a JS parser, which is actually slightly faster
14:28:29  <AvianFlu>but if it compiles, but then hits a weird error because of smartOS
14:28:34  <AvianFlu>one ends up with really strange errors
14:28:46  <AvianFlu>so I'm thinking that the weird hiredis makefile might be to blam
14:28:47  <AvianFlu>e
14:29:25  <soroush>Ah I see. Okay so I'll just run shrinkwrap - remove the file and then jitsu deploy
14:29:34  <AvianFlu>yep
14:29:36  <AvianFlu>give it a try
14:29:37  <soroush>Hopefully it'll work, i'll let you know how it goes. Thanks alot for the help
14:29:49  <AvianFlu>also, try deploying something simpler with different deps if it fails
14:29:57  <AvianFlu>maybe try each of your deps by itself in a test app
14:30:10  <AvianFlu>it will help track down how specific the issue is
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14:30:19  <soroush>Okay, sure
14:31:27  <kohai>@easyjquery Node.js Hosting Solutions: Node.js is growing like crazy, and with that popularity comes companies offering plat... http://t.co/Drve0t2d
14:32:57  <kohai>@npmadditions Added: stdlog. A Node.js log utility that logs messages to stderr by default. https://t.co/8CcbL7z7
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14:36:53  <Cygnus_X>AvianFlu: why do you not recommend using the web interface?
14:37:23  <Cygnus_X>ie, i'm assuming you meant the nodejitsu web interface for starting/restarting/stopping apps
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14:37:49  <AvianFlu>Cygnus_X: it's undergoing a complete rewrite because of a variety of problems it has
14:37:58  <AvianFlu>jitsu, for now, is a much more reliable experience
14:38:30  <Cygnus_X>gotcha
14:38:32  <AvianFlu>we 100% intend to have an awesome web interface and not require people to use jitsu
14:38:35  <AvianFlu>but that's not really today
14:38:42  <Cygnus_X>i understand
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14:38:49  <AvianFlu>furthermore, it should be fantastic when it's done, cause `3rdEden is working on it :D
14:39:00  <Cygnus_X>so, see this error (An error has occurred: {"code":"ECONNREFUSED","errno":"ECONNREFUSED","syscall":"connect"}) when restarting using the web interface is common perhaps?
14:39:32  <AvianFlu>yes.
14:39:37  <Cygnus_X>kk
14:39:49  <AvianFlu>running `jitsu apps start`, or a stop and start (maybe) from the web interface
14:39:51  <AvianFlu>should fix that
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14:41:37  <kohai>@phpcodemonkey Don't forget tonight is Preston #Codejo - developers challenging themselves learning about #NodeJS why not come along? http://t.co/p2Gv1rKb
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14:46:06  <Cygnus_X>what are the chances my workplace has socket connections on port 80 blocked?
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14:47:07  <slickplaid>decent chance, depending on the type of firewall
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14:47:56  <Cygnus_X>it seems like if they had that strict of firewall, i wouldn't be able to get on irc/freenode
14:47:57  <slickplaid>if you can connect on port 80 for http, and then debug the upgrade request to see when it gets cut off, you can be pretty sure whether it's a firewall causing it or not
14:48:19  <slickplaid>or a sysadmin who likes to use irc
14:48:32  <slickplaid>I see that quite often actually :D
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14:57:50  <kohai>@karolinaszczur @iA_Chris Hey, would you be willing to host #nodejs workshop in your Zurich offices (as a part of @frontendconfch)?
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15:43:48  <lpin>anyone wanna test if this https://github.com/lpinca/node-canvas/tarball/master works for you?
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15:56:24  <kohai>@dadicool Automated deployment of node.js apps – Carbon Silk - Developing ideas by James Broad http://t.co/jhWNRlhR via @feedly #nodetips
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16:01:24  <mmalecki>AvianFlu: ^
16:02:02  <AvianFlu>lolnice
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16:03:20  <mmalecki>hm, I need npmjs.org to link to github repo
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16:16:37  <kohai>@NodeJsCommunity The Node.js v0.8 roadmap http://t.co/xOhjWBvg http://t.co/CP4cR1hE
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16:25:41  <kohai>@bclingan I've mastered 'Intro to Node.js' on Real-Time Web with Node.js http://t.co/XN7NTvZC via @codeschool
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16:42:04  <kohai>@campuscodi Windows Azure PowerShell for Node.js v0.6.2 http://t.co/NR59e0Wq
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16:53:34  <soroush>AvianFlu: Hey again. Tried the shrinkwrap approach , unfortunatly that failed. ( https://github.com/isaacs/npm/issues/2715 ). Then went on to create a new app and see if that'd work with the same dependencies, it did. ( https://gist.github.com/3342473 ). Don't really know where to take it from here
16:54:17  <AvianFlu>that's really strange
16:54:29  <AvianFlu>the one app was failing always for no visible reason, and not returning any error output
16:55:04  <AvianFlu>soroush: wai
16:55:06  <AvianFlu>t
16:55:13  <AvianFlu>why do you have [email protected] coming up in there?
16:55:23  <AvianFlu>that itself might cause problems
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16:55:46  <soroush>No idea
16:55:53  <soroush>Im guessing thats an old jitsu version?
16:56:03  <AvianFlu>yeah
16:56:08  <AvianFlu>0.9.5 or 0.9.6 is latest
16:56:14  <soroush>okay let me try that
16:56:55  <AvianFlu>biut
16:57:01  <AvianFlu>you shouldn't have it in your local node_modules
16:57:05  <AvianFlu>you should install it globally
16:57:10  <AvianFlu>that's the bigger problem
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16:57:41  <soroush>ok so npm install -g jitsu
16:57:46  <soroush>then remove it from the local modules
16:58:00  <AvianFlu>yep
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17:00:52  <Berglund>I get socket hangup when I try to deploy a new app
17:01:06  <kohai>@RangerRick 11:07 jgw changed the topic of #opendarwin to: I'll often drop down to node.js if I really need to be close to the metal
17:01:15  <Berglund>Stalls for a while, then reports a socket hang up error.
17:01:25  <AvianFlu>Berglund: what jitsu version
17:01:29  <AvianFlu>it could be a client-side timeout
17:01:41  <Berglund>AvianFlu: 0.9.6
17:01:45  <AvianFlu>check the URL you wanted to deploy to, sometimes it will succeed but the client just times out right before you get the 200
17:02:07  <soroush>AvianFlu: Hehe, dont have much luck lately! This is what npm install -g brought https://gist.github.com/3342518
17:02:36  <Berglund>AvianFlu: develop.nodejitsu.com says error on Status. Hmm
17:03:01  <AvianFlu>Berglund: try using the jitsu CLI tool
17:03:18  <Berglund>AvianFlu: I am, I'm just looking at the website as well
17:03:23  <kohai>@SmitheeID nodify-logger is an attempt to bring a VMS MESSAGE like logging experience into #nodejs #YesVMSHadSomeGoodBits
17:03:28  <AvianFlu>the web ui is a notorious liar
17:03:36  <AvianFlu>it's being re-implemented
17:03:38  <AvianFlu>it will start to rock soon
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17:05:38  <kohai>@rseroter [blog post] Building a #nodejs App to Generate Release Notes from @trello Cards http://t.co/QpqTuyL1 /cc @spolsky
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17:09:44  <keithmgould>hello, just wondering if all is ok with nodejitsu today?
17:09:51  <kohai>@LetsNode Welcome Isaac Durazo http://t.co/iFjV0baq #NodeJS #LetsNode
17:09:52  <keithmgould>or if there is a status area somewhere?
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17:12:08  <keithmgould>actually, it looks like my test app on nodejitsu is working, but for some reason my main app is failing and deploying is failing....
17:12:31  <AvianFlu>keithmgould: what are you seeing
17:12:40  <keithmgould>info: Starting app cf2 error: Error running command deploy error: socket hang up error: Error: socket hang up error: at createHangUpError (http.js:1263:15) error: at CleartextStream.socketCloseListener (http.js:1314:23) error: at CleartextStream.EventEmitter.emit (events.js:115:20) error: at SecurePair.destroy (tls.js:897:22) error: at process.startup.processNextTick.process._tickCallback
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17:13:46  <keithmgould>this is for keithmgould.cf2.nodejitsu.com
17:13:59  <AvianFlu>keithmgould: try it again
17:14:28  <AvianFlu>you hit a drone server that someone else wasn't very nice to just now...
17:14:50  <keithmgould>ahhh
17:15:05  <keithmgould>these are the kinds of things that make me happy to pay you to deal with :)
17:16:44  <keithmgould>deployed fine, thank you.
17:17:06  <keithmgould>curious: is this an ongoing concern until I get off a drone and onto a dedicated virtual machine?
17:17:20  <keithmgould>or is this something you guys are hammering out?
17:17:30  <keithmgould>(or is it unhammerable....)
17:17:55  <AvianFlu>keithmgould: right now, you *are* deploying to your own fm
17:17:56  <AvianFlu>vm
17:18:00  <AvianFlu>but it's a pool of them
17:18:40  <AvianFlu>and when somebody decides that their app needs to start 3 detached node-waf processes, and they stay running after their app is killed
17:18:43  <AvianFlu>things aren't great for the next guy
17:18:57  <AvianFlu>we're working on making everything really sterile between users
17:19:04  <AvianFlu>but it's amazing what people try to do sometimes
17:20:31  <soroush>AvianFlu: Finally got it to work. Thanks for all the help. In the end, I guess it was because of an old jitsu-client. Which I couldn't update, because I had an old node version. That's what a long vacation does to your projects! Thanks for the help.
17:20:46  <keithmgould>ha, gotcha. so cool, thanks for the feedback, and being accessible.
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17:22:42  <kohai>@kevingorski First deploy to @nodejitsu this weekend: @canyoureaditnow bookmarklet should start a lot faster now. #geekweekend
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17:23:23  <yawnt>pushed v0.0.5 of hater
17:23:24  <yawnt>:)
17:24:20  <blakmatrix>yawnt: h8er ?
17:24:48  <yawnt>just hater
17:24:53  <yawnt>name was free on npm so i went with hater
17:25:16  <yawnt>i remember one h4x0r whose nick was d3hydr8
17:25:26  <yawnt>speaking of 8s
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17:26:43  <kohai>@oliviernt Building my first #Nodejs app… let's see!
17:26:58  <blakmatrix>why would anyone want to be known at dehydrate
17:27:01  <blakmatrix>lol
17:27:18  <blakmatrix>guess there could be worse handles
17:27:18  <sberryman>any timeline updates on the paid plans?
17:27:42  <blakmatrix>sberryman: in a week or so
17:27:50  <sberryman>excellent
17:27:54  <blakmatrix>somewhere around the 21st or shortly there after
17:28:07  <sberryman>for all platforms? ec2, rackspace and joyent?
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17:32:39  <AvianFlu>sberryman: everything is going to be joyent at first
17:32:54  <sberryman>okay, figured that was going to be the case
17:33:00  <AvianFlu>but we'll be adding the other providers over the next months
17:33:14  <AvianFlu>not sure which order
17:34:05  <sberryman>my assumption would be rackspace as you guys already have all the experience running jitsu there for a while.
17:34:23  <AvianFlu>yeah, but linux is linux to a great extent
17:34:29  <AvianFlu>we'd run the same OS on ec2, for example
17:34:30  <sberryman>although EC2 will give you a massive infrastructure
17:34:42  <yawnt>blakmatrix: i was known as daemonknight, back in my early teen years
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17:34:55  <yawnt>kinda lame, but i thought it was cool back then :(
17:35:12  <sberryman>hahaha, yawnt i think my old alias was atomicfoo
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17:35:24  <sberryman>probably 15 years ago
17:36:24  <blakmatrix>yawnt: same with mine now haha sorta, chose it a long time ago
17:37:01  <blakmatrix>yawnt: I had just watched the matrix and was making my first e-mail account haha
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17:37:21  <ggoodman>hi guys
17:37:30  <blakmatrix>ggoodman: hu
17:37:33  <blakmatrix>*hi
17:37:44  <yawnt>blakmatrix: :E, glad to know i'm not the only one
17:37:48  <yawnt>i had another actually
17:37:51  <yawnt>my really FIRST one
17:37:55  <yawnt>but it wasn't so lame
17:37:58  <yawnt>khan939
17:38:16  <yawnt>939 from the AMD socket
17:38:18  <blakmatrix>yawnt: oh yeah I had another for a bit to (in addition to)
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17:38:37  <yawnt>there were intel's 775 and amd's 939
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17:38:44  <blakmatrix>shakespeareanknight
17:38:56  <yawnt>and khan from gengis khan because gengis kinda sounds like my name
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17:39:02  <yawnt>(at least my friends thought so)
17:39:10  <blakmatrix>was terribad haha
17:39:15  <yawnt>yeah i know
17:39:21  <yawnt>blakmatrix: really? shakespearean knight?
17:39:23  <blakmatrix>khan from startrek is better
17:39:24  <yawnt>you're trolling me.
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17:39:44  <blakmatrix>yawnt: no serious... it was only for aim though
17:39:51  <yawnt>http://yawnt.github.com/hater/documentation.html
17:39:55  <yawnt>started writing doc :)
17:40:12  <yawnt>blakmatrix: well at least shakespeare is a notable english writer
17:40:21  <yawnt>daemonknight was just.. terribly emberassing :P
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17:41:24  <blakmatrix>yawnt: I get into my handle and naming my computers accordingly, redmorpheus, whitetrinity... etc
17:41:28  <AvianFlu>KHAAAAAAAAAAAAANNNNNNN!!!!!!!
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17:41:44  <yawnt>blakmatrix: i name my computers after aztech gods
17:41:52  <yawnt>the one i'm writing from is xolotl
17:42:05  <yawnt>the webserver is quetzalcoatl
17:42:13  <yawnt>*aztec
17:42:38  <yawnt>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xolotl
17:42:42  <yawnt>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quetzalcoatl
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17:47:33  <kohai>@aj_187 "I'll often drop down to node.js if I really need to be close to the metal" need to smack this person so hard, their parents will feel it
17:49:02  <blakmatrix>mmalecki: ^
17:49:55  <blakmatrix>when i read that I can't help but think its a good thing... jack black and what not
17:50:17  <axefrog>i wonder what they're "dropping down" from
17:50:23  <mmalecki>blakmatrix: C is close to the metal :)
17:50:34  <mmalecki>node.js isn't, we should face it
17:50:38  <blakmatrix>mmalecki: plz.. machinecode all the way
17:50:44  <mmalecki>hand-written
17:50:57  <axefrog>i prefer punch cards myself
17:51:07  <blakmatrix>mmalecki: I hate to write a few programs by hand in machine code
17:51:19  <blakmatrix>I think our teacher just wanted to tourture us
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17:51:26  <blakmatrix>we took 2 weeks on the subject
17:51:31  <axefrog>you mean, assembler?
17:51:39  <blakmatrix>then we got to assembly so much better
17:51:45  <blakmatrix>no machine code
17:51:47  <axefrog>oh wow, so proper machine code
17:51:53  <axefrog>nasty
17:52:55  <blakmatrix>I dont rember much, other than it was torture
17:53:02  <kohai>@shit_hn_says I don't see the appeal of Rails these days when Node.js and Django are both as mature and inherently more scalable than Rails
17:53:32  <axefrog>django is inherently more scaleable? :P
17:53:40  <blakmatrix>totes
17:53:42  <blakmatrix>:P
17:53:43  <therealkoopa>My jitsu app doesn't feel like deploying successfully today. I'm still getting the two week old socket hang up.
17:54:01  <blakmatrix>therealkoopa: whats you username/appname
17:54:11  <therealkoopa>blakmatrix: koopa/frolic
17:54:45  <kohai>@_neckbeard "@shit_hn_says: I'll often drop down to node.js if I really need to be close to the metal" wait, what? I think my brain just melted.
17:54:46  <axefrog>how close to coming out of beta is nodejitsu looking?
17:54:57  <blakmatrix>a week or so
17:55:01  <yawnt>iron is close to metal
17:55:01  <axefrog>ah that close, nice
17:55:02  <yawnt>:|
17:55:13  <axefrog>with self-scaling and all that?
17:55:43  <blakmatrix>if you're on the plan to.. we wont scall if yo udont want to
17:56:04  <axefrog>this is all new and exciting for me, i'm a 10 year .net veteran :P
17:56:25  <axefrog>writing my first commercial node app right now tho
17:57:19  <axefrog>unexpectedly i'm finding it handy for other things too, like today i whipped up a server to plug a gap in our .net deployment process at work
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17:59:36  <blakmatrix>therealkoopa: I am looking
17:59:48  <therealkoopa>blakmatrix: Thanks
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18:02:08  <kohai>@remeh Okay, Node.js and the available libs are seriously impressive in term of possibilities.
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18:09:42  <blakmatrix>therealkoopa: can you gist me your package.json file
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18:11:12  <therealkoopa>blakmatrix: Sure, but since it stopped working, I made two changes: 1.) Upgrade to 0.8.x and 2. change my startup script.
18:11:30  <therealkoopa>blakmatrix: https://gist.github.com/7658c1b135f3056c355a
18:13:01  <kohai>@echojs Dynasaur : DynamoDB ORM for Node.js - Echo JS http://t.co/xV566u1o
18:13:26  <AvianFlu>therealkoopa: there are several things causing your failure here
18:13:31  <AvianFlu>first, you can't use a git:// url
18:13:38  <AvianFlu>you need a private key around for that
18:13:53  <AvianFlu>and you can't, and shouldn't, upload one to random drone servers
18:14:04  <AvianFlu>use the https://github.com/user/repo/tarball/branch-name syntax
18:14:21  <therealkoopa>AvianFlu: Ah, stupid mistake. I'll change that
18:14:23  <AvianFlu>also, the prestart script isn't a great idea
18:14:29  <AvianFlu>you should do that with a pre-deploy hook
18:14:34  <therealkoopa>AvianFlu: I don't think that works. I don't need it anyway.
18:14:43  <therealkoopa>I've had that in there from day one with jitsu.
18:14:53  <AvianFlu>might be a red herring then
18:15:00  <AvianFlu>but it won't do what you think it does
18:15:17  <therealkoopa>I think you guys ignore it, right? Maiki was going to add that at one point -- I think there is/was an issue for prestart
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18:16:32  <AvianFlu>npm should run it
18:16:38  <AvianFlu>but server-side build steps aren't a good idea
18:16:44  <AvianFlu>you can do that stuff with a pre-deploy hook in jitsu
18:16:49  <AvianFlu>and then upload only what's supposed to run
18:18:04  <therealkoopa>When I deploy, does it send my node_modules, or do you fetch a fresh copy?
18:18:29  <AvianFlu>we run 'npm install' from your app root after the app is unpacked
18:18:29  <blakmatrix>therealkoopa: fresh unless you define a dundleddependicies
18:18:42  <AvianFlu>if you want to upload directly, use bundleDependencies
18:20:22  <therealkoopa>AvianFlu: That introduces a new problem -- something I haven't figured out with NPM yet. When developing locally, I need to cd into the the custom git repo dependency and do a npm install -d. Since you guys don't know to do that, of course it's broken :)
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18:20:45  <Nodejitsu-Github>[nodejitsu-api/addons] [api] Now able to work with other user's dbs - Pavan Kumar Sunkara
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18:21:00  <AvianFlu>wait
18:21:07  <blakmatrix>therealkoopa: shoudlnt matter, if there is a package.json in the git repo
18:21:09  <AvianFlu>that really shouldn't matter
18:21:19  <AvianFlu>therealkoopa: use bundleDependencies for that thing
18:21:21  <blakmatrix>npm traverses subdirectories
18:21:22  <AvianFlu>you need it in a specific state
18:21:27  <AvianFlu>so you should just upload the specific state
18:21:47  <AvianFlu>remove it from your dependencies, and just specify the folder name in bundleDependencies
18:22:01  <therealkoopa>Well the thing is, is npm install -d from the root of the app doesn't grab those deeper dependencies for the custom git repo. Of course it's because I have something butchered, but I don't know what.
18:22:16  <AvianFlu>therealkoopa: just do it yourself locally
18:22:20  <AvianFlu>skip the whole problem
18:22:24  <AvianFlu>that's what bundleDependencies is for :)
18:22:44  <therealkoopa>Ok, I'll try it. And it's cool just to use bundledDependencies for the problem child, and treat the others normally?
18:23:25  <kohai>@silentlennie @eee_c Why would you need to ? There is a static compiled version of node.js on their site.
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18:23:42  <blakmatrix>https://github.com/SpiderStrategies/mongoose-auth/blob/master/package.json#L18-19 more git strings
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18:25:34  <AvianFlu>therealkoopa: exactly
18:25:42  <AvianFlu>this is obviously a customized mongoose-auth fork
18:25:48  <AvianFlu>so just upload the damn thing, I say
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18:26:59  <langworthy>Is there any documentation about what exactly a drone is? I've searched the site and have come up empty.
18:27:10  <blakmatrix>langworthy: yes, sec
18:27:29  <blakmatrix>http://jit.su/paas/faq.html
18:27:39  <AvianFlu>langworthy: currently, they're joyent VMs running smartOS with 256MB of ram and one virtual core
18:27:54  <langworthy>lol, i guess i didn't find the FAQ
18:28:02  <langworthy>blakmatrix, AvianFlu: thanks
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18:31:02  <kohai>@YahooJobs #FLICKR is looking for a Software Engineer http://t.co/YVYBAwgw #javaScript, #java #nodejs #redis #sanfrancisco #html5 #fb
18:31:08  <kohai>@yawnt heya, i've released v0.0.5 of my #postgresql #orm for #nodejs https://t.co/BMjtHCzv - feedback and bug hunting welcome :D
18:31:16  <therealkoopa>I would love to know why I need to cd into node_modules/mongoose-auth and do a npm install -d, just for that specific module.
18:31:19  <yawnt>uh
18:31:22  <yawnt>that's me1
18:31:24  <yawnt>!
18:31:27  <yawnt>thanks kohai
18:31:28  <yawnt>:D
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18:32:11  <AvianFlu>therealkoopa: that counts as weird, for sure
18:32:19  <AvianFlu>those guys clearly had some significant concerns with the lib :)
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18:38:10  <therealkoopa>If a nested node_modules has a .npm_ignore with node_modules in it, that could potentially cause it, huh?
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18:41:06  <kohai>@Outsideris OAuth 기본 튜토리얼 for Node.js from Daum http://t.co/dwrgJ6BK
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18:54:18  <kohai>@NodeJSAtSO how to set path to the views (template) directory and to static files in node.js http://t.co/xlt7YX8U
18:55:18  <kohai>@OnModulus @Jack_Franklin I wouldn’t mind including it if we can get a link for all the Node.js articles I’d be happy to include it. Good stuff on site
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19:01:28  <AvianFlu>therealkoopa: yeah
19:01:29  <AvianFlu>potentially
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19:06:04  <skieter>Does nodejitsu support any kind of filesystem storage?
19:06:34  <blakmatrix>skieter: just temporary
19:06:48  <skieter>Okay, thanks
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19:19:38  <kohai>@CarterRabasa #SXSW panel voting begins! Let's explore what Node.js & l33t marketing have in common: http://t.co/vwMaFr6Q /cc @DanielleMorrill @jasonshen
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19:22:21  <kohai>@NodeJsCommunity #FLICKR is looking for a Software Engineer http://t.co/32A6ieOt #javaScript, #java #nodejs #redis #sanfrancisc... http://t.co/aeceSkdP
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19:36:55  <kohai>@adambyram @techsassy I thought about doing http://t.co/8SIgJGuW MVC, Rails, and Node.js and then comparing them all. But I think that’s overboard.
19:40:25  <splinterbrain>im getting a 404 error trying to create a mongo database
19:40:26  <splinterbrain>https://gist.github.com/3343428
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19:41:49  <splinterbrain>i havent deployed the app yet
19:41:55  <splinterbrain>in case that matters
19:42:12  <cletus>Anyone around who has lots of experience with streams in nodejs?
19:43:47  <mmalecki>substack: ^
19:43:52  <mmalecki>I did my share of streams too
19:44:17  <mmalecki>splinterbrain: what's your jitsu version?
19:44:40  <splinterbrain>0.8.8
19:44:44  <cletus>oh mmalecki you could def. help me out, you know your shit. Are you familiar with python iterators/generators?
19:45:17  <mmalecki>cletus: yeah, python was my primary language before node
19:46:45  <blakmatrix>thats an old version
19:46:48  <cletus>okay, do you think it would be possible to create an iterator type structure by inheriting the Stream class? using pause and resume to walk along the iterator
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19:47:00  <blakmatrix>we're at 9.6 right now
19:47:20  <splinterbrain>ah, ok, remind me how to update the jitsu client?
19:47:55  <mmalecki>cletus: that's certainly an interesting idea
19:48:26  <blakmatrix>splinterbrain: `npm i jitsu -g` what is you node version ?
19:48:47  <cletus>Basically I want to work with an API that could return like a million json objects, but the client may only want to work with a chunk (100 objects for example) at a time. It would be cool if you could walk/buffer a stream for this purpose.
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19:49:05  <mmalecki>cletus: oh, I think there's a module for that!
19:49:07  <kohai>@nexxylove next: Node.js & pneumatic systems.
19:49:12  <blakmatrix>event stream
19:49:15  <mmalecki>sec, I'll yell at Dominic Tarr
19:49:24  <therealkoopa>jitsu list snapshots has a previous version as active and the newer version as archived. Can I fix this through the command line?
19:49:26  <blakmatrix>https://github.com/dominictarr/event-stream
19:49:58  <mmalecki>not really, I don't think it's the one
19:50:03  <splinterbrain>im on 086 for node
19:50:10  <splinterbrain>updating jitsu did the trick, thanks
19:50:45  <blakmatrix>therealkoopa: yes `jitsu snapshots avtivate <appname>`
19:50:46  <splinterbrain>looks like the creation was going through, it just wasnt responding with the success correctly
19:51:09  <mmalecki>cletus:
19:51:09  <mmalecki>21:49 <dominictarr> page-stream
19:51:09  <mmalecki>21:49 <dominictarr> oh, I think I didn't implement it in the end.
19:51:19  <mmalecki>cletus: no luck this time
19:51:35  <mmalecki>okay, let's think how could it be implemented
19:52:00  <blakmatrix>there is https://github.com/Floby/node-json-streams
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19:53:37  <mmalecki>cletus: so, basically, what you have is a paged API, right?
19:53:45  <mmalecki>one that returns multiple pages of results?
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19:55:15  <therealkoopa>Can you explain why when I just deployed *.63 it's archived and 61 is still active 4 times: https://gist.github.com/61d0ad8ca14ab9ac456f
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19:59:09  <cletus>mmalecki: Exactly! Im working with a paginated api that returns x number of json objects depending on the count specified.
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19:59:40  <cletus>And a link to the next x number of json objects
20:00:46  <cletus>So the idea would be to refresh the http request every time you walk across a grouping of x objects
20:03:18  <cletus>And you can refersh by just sending a request to the link that is provided. Eventually you aren't provided a link and this means you've run the full length of the paginated api/
20:03:37  <mmalecki>cletus: yeah, I think I know how to do it
20:03:46  <mmalecki>would you mind waiting a sec? I'm epicly busy
20:04:21  <cletus>mmalecki: I wouldn't mind at all, please take your time. I'm probably going to grab lunch anyways.
20:05:11  <blakmatrix>is there a reason to not make a request to the api and get the full length all at once
20:05:36  <therealkoopa>I'm pretty sure something with my jitsu is broken. Every jitsu command (jitsu snapshots delete, e.g.) bitches about something: Bad Request
20:05:37  <blakmatrix>pipe that in the meantime as your making those requests into the client that
20:05:46  <hallas>can anyone show me the right way to setup a mongoose connection to a mongohq database setup with Jitsu? my app just hangs the first time I try to use the database connection
20:06:15  <blakmatrix>therealkoopa: what version of jitsu are you running?
20:06:28  <therealkoopa>0.9.6
20:07:15  <cletus>blakmatrix: i think the api internally only returns 100 objects at most per request.
20:07:29  <kohai>@Darcy_Lussier Had an interesting conversation last night about how relevant Ruby is in light of Node.js and other web-based frameworks. Thoughts?
20:07:38  <kohai>@nodenpm dropbox-node (0.4.0): http://t.co/N1DW0e99 A node.js client module for the official Dropbox API
20:08:11  <blakmatrix>therealkoopa: can you gist me what you are doing thats failing
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20:09:36  <therealkoopa>https://gist.github.com/36457f9f0c96746197c4
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20:11:38  <st_luke>conference call, YEAH
20:11:49  <st_luke>sittin' here not bein productive
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20:12:19  <blakmatrix>therealkoopa: can you do just `jitsu snapshots destroy`
20:13:45  <therealkoopa>blakmatrix: I want to remove all those 61 and make 63 active.
20:13:52  <therealkoopa>I have deployed and it doesn't do anything.
20:13:56  <therealkoopa>jitsu seems very broken
20:14:23  <blakmatrix>therealkoopa: its not broken, destruction is very serious, thats why we prompt you
20:14:52  <therealkoopa>Forget destruction. Explain why it has four 61 as active, and why I can't send a new version or tell it to run a different version?
20:15:17  <blakmatrix>the cli help states you either call it by `jitsu snapshots destroy` or `jitsu snapshots destroy <appname>`
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20:16:22  <therealkoopa>Please read my last message.
20:16:33  <kohai>@LetsNode The Changelog: Week of August 6th, 2012 https://t.co/8RFmgoTV #NodeJS #LetsNode
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20:27:46  <mmalecki>therealkoopa: hey, thanks for the report, I'll look into this, this is most likely a bug on our side
20:28:10  <mmalecki>therealkoopa: do you have a github username? would love to track that when I create an issue on github
20:28:34  <therealkoopa>mmalecki: nathanbowser
20:28:47  <therealkoopa>mmalecki: I deleted my app entirely because it wasn't doing anything. I'm trying to deploy a fresh copy.
20:28:48  <yawnt>mmalecki: console.log in production?
20:28:49  <yawnt>ahhaha
20:29:02  <mmalecki>therealkoopa: awesomeness :). I have your nodejitsu username so I'll ping you once it's fixed :)
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20:29:51  <therealkoopa>mmalecki: Here is a fresh `jitsu deploy` after deleting the app https://gist.github.com/6eb8b505e8b92ed5be9c
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20:31:12  <kohai>@kevingorski @nodejitsu A few DNS issues while I was transitioning the domain name, but not on your side. Otherwise it's been painless.
20:31:17  <mmalecki>therealkoopa: please try again, you hit a bad drone - it got removed from the pool
20:31:20  <kohai>@gamengineer This is either the hardest hiphop loop or best #SCRUM app invented - http://t.co/UluU66yb #NODEJS #SCRUMBLR
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20:36:19  <therealkoopa>mmalecki: https://gist.github.com/0632e2e5168f63e0ea9d
20:36:19  <therealkoopa>mmalecki: I honestly run into an error, 19/20 times I deploy to jitsu.
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20:36:19  <mmalecki>therealkoopa: what's your jitsu version? it might be related to timeout problems which we recently fixed
20:36:31  <kohai>@npmupdates Updated: irc-js to v2.0.0-beta. An IRC library for node.js https://t.co/5J3ZJsQT
20:36:49  <therealkoopa>mmalecki: 0.9.6
20:38:47  <mmalecki>therealkoopa: can you check what version of nodejitsu-api is your jitsu running?
20:39:42  <therealkoopa>mmalecki: Where do I find that?
20:40:02  <mmalecki>therealkoopa: where's your jitsu installed?
20:40:18  <therealkoopa>On my computer.
20:40:40  <mmalecki>therealkoopa: no, I mean, prefix. is it /usr/local?
20:40:54  <therealkoopa>Haha, /usr/local/bin/jitsu
20:41:31  <kohai>@NodeJSAtSO Trying to create a custom module in node.js and referencing from another file http://t.co/TcRLNctz
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20:42:50  <kohai>@mattwalters5 @domenic #sinon for #Nodejs is super slick. Thanks for pointing it out to the group. ;)
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20:44:24  <therealkoopa>mmalecki: I see: "nodejitsu-api": "0.3.2",
20:45:12  <mmalecki>okay, that seems fine...
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20:47:21  <Domenic>lol, another place on my computer that flashes when someone tweets at me...
20:48:54  <mmalecki>therealkoopa: do you have many deps?
20:49:16  <therealkoopa>mmalecki: https://gist.github.com/c93bdd4153bfb64f5aa4
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20:50:02  <kohai>@fascinated @bwhitman porting some old MATLAB stuff to node.js for my new hit predictor app
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20:57:07  <ggoodman>you guys having server issues?
20:58:07  <ggoodman>I got a std::bad_malloc error a few seconds ago
20:58:22  <ggoodman>now connection refused from nodejitsu servers
20:58:47  <jesusabdullah>ggoodman: That's not a lot of deets. Can you gist something?
20:59:18  <ggoodman>I lost the std::bad_malloc log... but gist for 2nd error coming
20:59:38  <ggoodman>not really much to see: https://gist.github.com/cc1809884b86682218a4
20:59:39  <jesusabdullah>sounds good
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21:00:02  <jesusabdullah>I see
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21:01:18  <jesusabdullah>ggoodman: Your third deploy went through?
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21:02:03  <ggoodman>no, now I have a log for you
21:02:28  <ggoodman>https://gist.github.com/4e822b634fcfad939e91
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21:04:34  <mmalecki>oh wow, that's npm going out of memory
21:04:43  <mmalecki>can you try again? you should end up on a different server
21:04:59  <therealkoopa>mmalecki: me or ggoodman?
21:05:24  <kohai>@phpcodemonkey Thanks to everyone who came along to Preston #Codejo tonight great to learn some #NodeJs special thanks to @iainjmitchell for showing us how
21:06:14  <ggoodman>might be a bad shrinkwrap
21:06:14  <mmalecki>therealkoopa: ggoodman
21:06:25  <mmalecki>therealkoopa: I'm still wondering what's happening to your apps
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21:06:55  <therealkoopa>mmalecki: You're not the only one. Did you see my package.json. Anything look funky? I'm totally cool with starting from scratch if we need to.
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21:14:13  <ggoodman>argh, my dev envt blew up :p
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21:15:23  <kohai>@liquid_electron Feel like living dangerously? Try the node.js website project template I threw together this morning: http://t.co/weobgc4i #thatconference
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21:22:22  <kohai>@markszymik Great #Codejo about #nodejs thanks to @iainjmitchell and @phpcodemonkey
21:24:08  <kohai>@LouLouniverse This week I'm looking for Node.js experts for authoring/technical reviewing opportunities - get in touch: [email protected] Thanks!
21:25:48  <kohai>@medriscoll Is Node.js Ready for the Enterprise? http://t.co/EyT36uIr (via @metamarkets)
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21:34:41  <jcrugzz>therealkoopa: make it 'coffee app/app.coffee' and it should work
21:35:11  <jcrugzz>disclaimer, i just read the last message that you sent, not any prior
21:36:08  <kohai>@nodejsTweets NodeJsCommunity: The Node.js v0.8 roadmap http://t.co/kHRnxyyP http://t.co/AvMYUCzd
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21:40:22  <blakmatrix>yeah its better to be explicit, but I believe our drones have it written in them that they can auto resolve such an issue
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21:42:09  <kenniyu>many times when i deploy, i get a error: socket hang up
21:42:13  <kohai>@AM_Doherty Good node.js (and vow.js) intro at #codejo tonight courtesy @iainjmitchell @magma_digital, look forward to more.
21:42:24  <kenniyu>sometimes, it works when i just deploy again, but now, it seems to happen every time
21:42:41  <kenniyu>oh, it worked now
21:42:47  <kenniyu>got lucky
21:42:48  <blakmatrix>kenniyu can you gist me your package.json and tell me your username/appname
21:42:55  <kenniyu>user
21:43:01  <kenniyu>username/appname = kenniyu/jabys
21:43:18  <kenniyu>in package.json: "express": "2.5.2", "jade": ">= 0.0.1", "now": "0.7.x", "ejs": "", "socket.io": "0.8.5", "socket.io-client": "", "zlib": ""
21:43:28  <kenniyu>(dependencies)
21:43:33  <kenniyu>thanks :)
21:44:26  <blakmatrix>instead of empty quotes put a star in them if your gonna do it that way
21:44:37  <kenniyu>ok
21:47:59  <mappum>any idea why i can't deploy my app? https://gist.github.com/20ab8fd7b93031797007
21:48:12  <mappum>it runs fine locally
21:50:25  <kohai>@BenWebDevLeic Started learning #nodejs tonight, it's great to finally start using it.
21:51:28  <mmalecki>I'm working on these socket hang ups, carry on
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21:54:12  <mappum>ah, cool
21:55:30  * jesusabdullahtopic: Nodejitsu - Host applications. Keep them up. | Cloud status: Some users are experiencing odd socket hangups. Inspector Mmalecki is on the case!
21:55:48  <Domenic_>lol was just gonna complain about socket hang ups, but then i tried thrice and it worked
21:55:55  <jesusabdullah>Damned straight.
21:55:56  <Domenic_>http://kitten-game.jit.su/ is my attempt at a non-chat socket.io demo btw
21:56:15  <jesusabdullah>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sez55YUF23k
21:56:29  <jesusabdullah>They taught their parakeet to say, "don't just stand there, bust a move!"
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21:59:02  <kohai>@charliehield @codeschool just finished the #NodeJS course... and this is simply amazing http://t.co/vU5RwnIs
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22:04:11  <blakmatrix>Domenic: what is it supposed to do
22:07:14  <kohai>@nodejsTweets Fascinating. farukalkaya Node.js for the Enterprise http://t.co/bBHYPwzO @nodejs @KadenSoftware #Cloud #Nodejs
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22:12:03  <kenniyu>nodejitsu has come a long way
22:12:13  <kenniyu>i remember when i first used this late last year
22:12:43  <kenniyu>i also deployed to heroku at the time to use their logs
22:12:45  <kenniyu>LOL
22:12:54  <kenniyu>now i dont have to
22:16:36  <kohai>@Blux change in plans .. going to use #NodeJS instead of Python with #mongodb =)
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22:22:58  <therealkoopa>coffee app/app.coffee doesn't fix anything.
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22:23:37  <kenniyu>how do you play that kitten game?
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22:25:53  <kenniyu>anyone here use vim?
22:26:19  <kenniyu>anyone here use vim, and know how to play bomberman? heres bomberman, with vim controls: http://vimmerman.jit.su/
22:27:38  <kenniyu>someone owned themselves
22:27:56  <jamund>Hey. Are the database commands in jitsu known to be broken?
22:28:29  <blakmatrix>jamund: what do yo umean
22:28:34  <jamund>jitsu databases list gives me an uncaught exception
22:29:04  <jamund>jitsu databases create
22:29:08  <jamund>gives me Nodejitsu Error (404): Item not found
22:29:15  <blakmatrix>it shouldnt
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22:29:29  <blakmatrix>are you loged in do you have any databases?
22:29:29  <jamund>:)
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22:29:33  <jamund>I don't have any database
22:29:37  <blakmatrix>whats you're account name
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22:29:47  <jamund>xjamundx
22:30:13  <kenniyu>if you're familiar with the chinese card game big 2, then you may like this: www.jabys.us
22:30:31  <jamund>If I need to pay money to make my account not be broken it's fine.
22:30:33  <jamund>:-p
22:32:36  <jesusabdullah>jamund: try typing, jitsu databases create couch myCouch
22:32:59  <jesusabdullah>jamund: Before that, make sure you have the very latest jitsu installed
22:33:00  <blakmatrix>jamund we just rolled some fixes for the socket issues
22:33:02  <jamund>Sure, FWIW I've been trying to create mongo instances
22:33:03  <jamund>k
22:33:08  <blakmatrix>yes 9.6 is latest
22:33:18  <jamund>nom update jitsu
22:33:20  <jamund>?
22:33:39  <jesusabdullah>npm install [email protected] -g
22:35:04  <kenniyu><script>
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22:35:46  <jamund>so no one else gets TypeError: Object #<Object> has no method 'forEach'" when they type jitsu databases list ?
22:36:44  <jamund>okay different error when trying to create a couch instance than a mongo instance
22:36:46  <jesusabdullah>jamund: that's an issue with older versions of jitsu. You may have to npm cache clean
22:37:04  <jamund>oh word. good call.
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22:37:54  <jamund>npm install -g --force jitsu did the trick
22:38:23  <jamund>ha that's funny. it's now telling me about the mongo database i created that previously it said it couldn't ":)
22:38:24  <jamund>thanks!
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22:38:58  <kohai>@sunegynthersen Playing with #nodejs on linux #mint -- fast, clean and simple ..whats not to like!
22:39:50  <jamund>you guys rock. new jitsu version helps A LOT :)
22:40:20  <kohai>@xjamundx Most of my problems with @nodejitsu were to having an outdated version of jitsu. npm install -g --force jitsu did the trick!
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22:41:35  <jamund>hey what the heck
22:41:51  <mmalecki>:)
22:42:01  <mmalecki>kohai is a bot with twitter stream
22:42:01  <kohai>'Bot' is a derogatory term, and I'm offended.
22:42:18  <mmalecki>well, now he's an offended bot :D
22:43:59  <kohai>@Dustin6336 Node.js app running smoothly on Windows.
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22:47:32  <jesusabdullah>!tweet @xjamundx Open source moves fast homie. ;)
22:47:34  <kohai>@NodeKohai @xjamundx Open source moves fast homie. ;)
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22:58:44  <kohai>@lmjabreu @Nodejitsu: Zero downtime deploys! and moar - http://t.co/fmg53cxg awesome
23:00:18  <blakmatrix>kohai is a big brother bot
23:00:19  <kohai>'Bot' is a derogatory term, and I'm offended.
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23:05:09  <kohai>@blakeembrey @nodejitsu About 40 minutes ago my website went offline saying “ECONNREFUSED” - any ideas
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23:11:22  <jesusabdullah>!tweet @blakeembrey I have a few. Go to http://webchat.jit.su so we have >140 chars ;)
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23:36:09  <nlognbob>me too. socket hangups upon deploy
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23:36:59  <yawnt>damn AvianFlu aint here
23:37:03  <yawnt>too bad
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23:39:30  <jesusabdullah>nlognbob: We're working on it
23:39:34  <jesusabdullah>yawnt: but I am!
23:40:04  <yawnt>jesusabdullah: i was praising avianflu to setup postgres on nodejitsu
23:40:21  <jesusabdullah>yawnt: I see
23:40:21  <mmalecki>nlognbob: username/appname?
23:40:24  <yawnt>he said that'd happen only if there was a cloud hosting
23:40:31  <yawnt>jesusabdullah: cloudpostgres.com
23:40:37  <nlognbob>user nlogn, app nlogn
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23:40:42  <mmalecki>yawnt: what do you need from avianflu?
23:40:42  <yawnt>just found .. never heard of it though
23:40:51  <yawnt>mmalecki: read above
23:41:10  <mmalecki>yawnt: ah
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23:42:21  <yawnt>ohwell my job's done lol
23:42:30  <yawnt>just wanted to link it to avianflu
23:42:44  <mmalecki>nlognbob: can you paste your package.json?
23:42:54  <yawnt>show him that when he logs online.. i'm going to sleep
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23:43:00  <yawnt>cya jesusabdullah mmalecki
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23:43:12  <mmalecki>for some reason those socket hang ups appear only when using mongoose, I think...
23:43:21  <nlognbob>it just worked after I changed my package.json
23:43:26  <nlognbob>let me go back?
23:45:37  <nlognbob>hmmm, can you explain the interaction with mongoose a bit?
23:46:00  <mmalecki>well, I'd have to understand it myself first...
23:47:32  <nlognbob>well, it just worked with what I think was the failing package.json. not 100% sure the file was the same, though.
23:48:11  <mmalecki>oh well...
23:48:36  <mmalecki>I mean, I ran a fix against socket hang ups some time ago
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23:49:07  <nlognbob>i'm trying a different deploy now. app nlogn1.
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23:49:40  <nlognbob>sure takes a long time
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23:51:14  <mmalecki>yay!
23:51:14  <mmalecki>worked!
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23:51:14  * mmaleckiwas stalking your deploy
23:51:14  <nlognbob>fail: https://gist.github.com/ca4e8c37be81f5275a53
23:51:14  <mmalecki>wut...
23:51:14  <mmalecki>I mean, wow.
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23:51:25  <nlognbob>why, did it appears to work on your end?
23:51:28  <mmalecki>info: app:slave:tell:success action=start, app=nlogn1, username=nlogn, index=0, address=REDACTED, event=app:slave:tell:success
23:51:35  * Cygnus_Xhad a successful deploy : )
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23:51:45  <mmalecki>this is interesting...
23:51:50  <mmalecki>what version of jitsu are you running?
23:52:03  <nlognbob>0.8.2
23:52:19  <mmalecki>oh man
23:52:26  <nlognbob>old?
23:52:38  <mmalecki>ancient, we had a fix for socket hang ups like that
23:52:41  <mmalecki>go and update it
23:52:45  <mmalecki>npm -g i jitsu
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23:54:50  <nlognbob>error rolling back [email protected] Error: ENOTEMPTY, rmdir '/usr/local/lib/node_modules/jitsu/node_modules/require-analyzer/node_modules/npm/node_modules/fstream/examples/path/to'
23:55:02  <nlognbob>is it safe to rm -rf that by hand?
23:55:05  <mmalecki>sure :)
23:55:16  <mmalecki>that sounds like an old npm too, btw
23:56:06  <nlognbob>good point
23:58:27  <Cygnus_X>how many nodejs apps is nodejitsu currently hosting?
23:58:35  <Cygnus_X>i'm just curious...
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23:59:08  * mmaleckitopic: Nodejitsu - Host applications. Keep them up. | Cloud status: if you're seeing 'socket hang up' errors, make sure your jitsu is up to date.
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