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04:02:19  <ricklon_>Are there an cross domain issues requesting data from a client on cloud9ide/?
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15:43:55  <ggoodman>hey guys, can't convince npm on c9 to install jitsu anymore :S
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15:53:14  <ggoodman>For both the console and npm-debug logs, please refer to: https://gist.github.com/17031884e24a5b30b330
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16:08:59  <ggoodman>nevermind, found: https://gist.github.com/3295842
16:18:36  <bnoordhuis>ggoodman: we're working on it
16:18:39  <bnoordhuis>needs a node / npm upgrade
16:19:00  <ggoodman>well I got around the issue w/ the version listed int he gist so I'm good for now
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19:10:17  <ricklon>Are there any reason a xmlhttprequest back to a running express node.js file would fail in the cloud9 environment
19:12:39  <mikedeboer>ricklon: well, yes, since your express app is running on a URL like http://ricklon.sampleapp.c9.io
19:13:37  <mikedeboer>so if the url of your XHR is not entirely correct, our proxy may not be able to hand it off to your app and show a c9.io error page for example
19:14:09  <mikedeboer>ricklon: does that make sense?
19:15:11  <ricklon>Does make sense.
19:15:45  <ricklon>So it has to be exactly right
19:15:46  <ricklon>So if I use a relative path it will be wrong
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20:50:19  <mikedeboer>ricklon: sorry for the late reply!
20:50:54  <mikedeboer>ehm, well the page is served from the correct domain, so relative paths *should* work
20:51:47  <mikedeboer>ricklon: like `GET /xhrme?foo=bar&bar=foo`
20:53:03  <mikedeboer>otherwise you can try using absolute paths, but that is usually not handy when you
20:53:12  <mikedeboer>'re developing an app
20:53:24  <mikedeboer>I have to go, I hope I was able to help a little!
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21:31:16  <Leeol>mattpardee: ping
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21:45:07  <mattpardee>hey Leeol
21:46:55  <Leeol>mattpardee: Is there a way to access the file system from one project to another?
21:47:06  <Leeol>Ie, say you have two projects and both are npm packages
21:47:29  <Leeol>From project one, can you do "npm install ../../../project2/"
21:47:37  <Leeol>(or something similar, etc)
21:47:55  <Leeol>Rather than pushing it to a remote repo, and pulling it down?
21:54:45  <mattpardee>you could install it globally
21:54:55  <mattpardee>though I don't know if our runner is working for global packages yet
21:54:59  <mattpardee>but aren't you a premium user?
21:55:17  <mattpardee>oh wait, yeah they might be on different systems
21:55:17  <mattpardee>hmm
21:55:23  <mattpardee>well i say actually, try it first
21:55:26  <mattpardee>global packages
21:55:50  <Leeol>mattpardee: lol ok
21:56:00  <Leeol>mattpardee: I'll give it a try, ty
21:56:18  <Leeol>If it doesn't work, that would be a handy feature for far far down the road. :)
22:10:24  <Leeol>heh, seems c9.io is still having issues running simple commands
22:10:35  <Leeol>"ls" spins forever :s
22:11:02  <Leeol>Well so much for me trying to use c9.io, gah.
22:13:53  <Leeol>How is c9.io usable for anyone? Am i a finge case of constant repeatable brokeness?
22:14:31  <Leeol>It's been more frustrating than positive for the better part of a month now. I ended up telling a friend to stay away from cloud9 for now.
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23:00:36  <Leeol>mattpardee: That didn't work btw. No biggie though
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