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00:25:46  <Kyle>mattpardee: mmk, heh
00:26:14  <Kyle>It was nice supporting c9 while I could,
00:28:44  <mattpardee>hey we really appreciate that, thanks kyle
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01:24:40  <Kyle>mattpardee: mind if you ping me when it gets resolved?
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01:35:41  <Kleptine>Any Cloud9 devs out there willing to answer a quick question?
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06:06:04  <Kyle>mattpardee: another quick question, does OSS cloud9 (the one in the github repo) still require 0.6.x?
06:06:49  <mattpardee_>yeah I think it's still on 0.6.x
06:06:56  <Kyle>jeez,
06:07:03  <Kyle>that's a *pain* on rolling release man
06:07:30  * Kylegoes digging for 0.6.x tar's on nodejs mirrors
06:07:37  <mattpardee_>well
06:07:42  <mattpardee_>I don't htink you actually need it
06:07:46  <mattpardee_>we supply the binaries..
06:08:00  <mattpardee_>afaik that should work on os x and linux
06:08:11  <Kyle>mattpardee_: No, I do if I want to run c9 locally without the internet while I'm without the interwebz
06:08:32  <mattpardee_>we supply it in the OSS verion
06:08:37  <Kyle>Do you? heh
06:08:47  <mattpardee_>https://github.com/ajaxorg/cloud9/blob/master/bin/cloud9.sh
06:08:49  <mattpardee_>yeah
06:08:54  <Kyle>I'll be damned
06:08:59  <mattpardee_>running bin/cloud9.sh automatically invokes the proper binary depending on your system
06:09:25  <mattpardee_>hmm
06:09:29  <mattpardee_>this may be wrong
06:09:30  <Kyle>But that assumes I have a 0.6.x nodejs binary
06:09:38  <Kyle>which I don't, that script isn't relevant, heh
06:09:54  <mattpardee_>shoot
06:09:56  <Kyle>that little magic just opens the correct browser :p
06:09:57  <mattpardee_>we removed our deps
06:09:59  <mattpardee_>bummer.
06:10:03  <mattpardee_>https://github.com/ajaxorg/cloud9/blob/16919f1470650dccaf78d73a68ab82966cb1a561/bin/cloud9.sh
06:10:05  <mattpardee_>used to be like this
06:10:10  <mattpardee_>in the meantime though you can use NVM
06:10:15  <Kyle>heh
06:10:18  <mattpardee_>https://github.com/creationix/nvm
06:10:26  <Kyle>wow, someone actually copied RVM?
06:10:27  <Kyle>Sweet.
06:10:48  <mattpardee_>yeah Tim Caswell, who works for us :)
06:11:08  * Kylesends him a high-five.
06:13:54  <Kyle>hmm, time to hunt down unsetopt
06:15:34  <Kyle>Is that some special zsh goodness? .-.
06:16:28  <mattpardee_>not sure what that is
06:17:01  <Kyle>beats me, nvm apparently wants it
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06:48:37  <Kyle>Ah, it's zsh specific
06:48:40  <Kyle>heh
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06:54:03  <Kyle>nvm is a tad buggy
07:05:26  <Kyle>yeah, this isn't setting PATHs correctly
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13:06:41  <wingy>it says permission denied .. i have a premium account
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16:52:53  <Kyle>mattpardee: If it helps, I bet it has to do with it not setting a PATH correctly.
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20:39:19  <merrihew>Hey all, is C9IDE experiencing downtime right now?
20:39:52  <mattpardee_>hey merrihew
20:40:06  <mattpardee_>seems to be working fine here
20:40:09  <merrihew>I'm getting GET errors for the css and js files it needs to bootstrap
20:40:12  <merrihew>from cloudfront
20:40:16  <mattpardee_>hmm
20:40:26  <mattpardee_>that means Amazon's CDN must be having issues
20:41:26  <merrihew>mattpardee_ I've come to expect that from AWS, but wanted to make sure if wasn't on the C9 end.
20:41:57  <merrihew>Domain starts with: https://d6ff1xmuve0sx.cloudfront.net/
20:42:16  <mattpardee_>can you give me an entire URL
20:42:19  <mattpardee_>for what's failing
20:42:48  <merrihew>Sorry mattpardee_ , looks like CF is responding again
20:44:23  <mattpardee_>bummer
20:44:27  <mattpardee_>hehe :)
20:49:08  <merrihew>mattpardee_ If you're a premium member, can you use C9 to load modules and such via npm, pip, etc?
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21:52:14  <mattpardee>hey merrihew sorry about the delay
21:52:23  <mattpardee>you can use npm as a non-premium member
21:52:27  <mattpardee>not sure about pip
21:53:31  <merrihew>mattpardee Thanks, I guess my general question is restrictions on loading modules in languages outside of NodeJS.
21:53:49  <mattpardee>could test if pip works from the command-line
21:54:00  <mattpardee>as a premium user you get a terminal directly connected to your workspace
21:54:04  <mattpardee>directly to the server
21:54:08  <mattpardee>so you can run virtually anything
21:55:35  <merrihew>And each workspace is isolated from your other workspaces? And similarly, you could erase a workspace and start from scratch if things went awry?
21:55:53  <mattpardee>yeah every workspace gets its own container on OpenShift
21:56:10  <mattpardee>so literally every time you start a new workspace, a new container is partitioned for you
21:56:31  <merrihew>It's pretty awesome. We're looking forward to using it for training sessions.
21:56:33  <mattpardee>the architecture specifically is a little bit interesting, but know that you're allocated a certain set of resources like CPU, memory, HDD
21:56:38  <mattpardee>and also software automatically installed
21:56:53  <mattpardee>great! do you mind if I ask what company?
21:57:06  <mattpardee>or school, etc
21:58:02  <merrihew>We're in the midst of launching
21:58:13  <merrihew>But I'll definitely loop you in on the details when we're up
21:58:40  <mattpardee>cool
21:59:11  <merrihew>I messages your folks about multi-user accounts today... any sense of where that is on the timeline?
21:59:26  <mattpardee>not sure what you mean
21:59:52  <merrihew>We'd like to be able to have a master account and provision accounts for individual students
22:00:03  <mattpardee>ah
22:00:07  <mattpardee>yes we are starting to see that quite a bit
22:00:25  <mattpardee>I don't know when that will be available but it's a top priority platform feature
22:00:45  <mattpardee>right now we are refactoring and stabilizing our APIs to set up for the next phase of feature development
22:00:58  <mattpardee>but that will likely not happen until October, is my best guess
22:01:08  <merrihew>Well, you all are doing a lot of cool stuff, so its understandable theres a lot in the hopper
22:06:40  <mattpardee>thanks!
22:07:15  <mattpardee>Feel free to e-mail me at matt@c9.io if you want to discuss more about what you're doing
22:07:29  <mattpardee>In the future we could beta test with you the feature we were just discussing
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22:28:52  <Navetz>Hey guys, my friend recently introduced me to cloud 9, very impressive!
22:29:36  <mattpardee>thanks Navetz!
22:30:35  <Navetz>no problem! Are there any plans for a windows version of c9 local?
22:31:24  <mattpardee>there are, it's a bit of work since we depend on many different components
22:31:33  <mattpardee>which will have to be rebuilt or find the windows equivalent
22:31:53  <mattpardee>right now we're focused on our core platform, but we'll tackle support for that this year
22:33:57  <Navetz>awesome, I'm still new to the IDE. Is it mainly used for node.js development?
22:34:41  <Navetz>wow vim mode too!!! holy this is great
22:35:14  <mattpardee>https://c9.io/site/features/
22:35:23  <mattpardee>we have support for running a few other languages now
22:35:29  <mattpardee>PHP, Ruby, Python
22:35:31  <mattpardee>Node.js
22:39:55  <Navetz>Ahh I see. If I'm writing a quick and dirty php webpage can I run it on cloud 9 or do I have to sync it locally and run it on my apache server?
22:41:45  <mattpardee>you can run it on cloud9
22:42:01  <mattpardee>just click the run button with your primary php file selected
22:42:05  <mattpardee>index.php or whatever
22:42:12  <mattpardee>and then it will spit out a URL for you to see the results
22:42:27  <mattpardee>I was running wordpress earlier today
22:44:12  <Navetz>ahh I see, for me it's showing the output in the consol, is the url listed somewhere else?
22:44:35  <mattpardee>it should show in the console
22:44:41  <mattpardee>what are you seeing? (screenshot?)
22:46:21  <Navetz>this is what shows up
22:46:22  <Navetz>http://imgur.com/qYlhh
22:46:39  <mattpardee>ah, ok
22:46:47  <mattpardee>go to the run panel
22:46:52  <mattpardee>you see that Running Man up in the upper left corner
22:46:54  <mattpardee>click that guy
22:47:03  <mattpardee>then, with index.php selected, click the + button in that panel
22:47:28  <Navetz>kk
22:47:30  <mattpardee>then down at the bottom of that panel
22:47:37  <mattpardee>choose the Runtime to be Apache+PHP
22:47:59  <mattpardee>then with that run configuration selected, click the run button
22:48:03  <Navetz>ahhh got it
22:48:14  <Navetz>man this is sooo impressive!
22:48:19  <Navetz>i can't wait to play with this more
22:48:23  <Navetz>gtg to basketball now though
22:48:24  <Navetz>cya
22:48:26  <Navetz>thanks for help
22:48:30  <mattpardee>np! see ya
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