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09:47:20  <jwulf>anyone know how to get cloud 9 local to listen on eth0?
09:58:14  <janjongboom>-l flag?
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10:22:47  <jwulf>janjongboom, you sir, are a gentleman and a scholar
10:23:03  <janjongboom>and the guy that added that feature ;-)
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10:27:01  <jwulf>hmmm... it says it is listening on that interface, but I can't connect to it...
10:27:24  <janjongboom>netstat says anything useful?
10:27:50  <janjongboom>what is the command you use to run it now?
10:29:00  <jwulf>cloud9/bin/cloud9.sh -w /opt/deathstar-appliance/ -l 192.168.200.1 -p 3131
10:29:37  <janjongboom>and accessing 192.168.200.1:3131 doesn't work?
10:29:43  <janjongboom>what if you do -l 0.0.0.0 ?
10:29:48  <jwulf>tried that too
10:29:54  <jwulf>it works from the local machine, but not a remote
10:30:06  <jwulf>what netstat magic spell should i use to diagnose?
10:30:08  <janjongboom>sure that the machine is accessible on that port in firewall?
10:30:23  <jwulf>it has no firewall on it
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10:31:20  <janjongboom>what is the public IP of the server?
10:32:40  <jwulf>it's on an internal network
10:32:46  <jwulf>192.168.200.1
10:32:54  <jwulf>netstat -l --numeric-ports says:
10:32:57  <jwulf>tcp 0 0 deathstar.local:3131 *:* LISTEN
10:33:39  <janjongboom>if you do
10:33:40  <janjongboom>$ node
10:33:42  <janjongboom>and then
10:34:05  <janjongboom>require("http").createServer(function(req,res){res.end("OK");}).listen(3131,"0.0.0.0")
10:34:27  <janjongboom>do you get an OK response if accessing the machine then?
10:35:04  <jwulf>no
10:35:20  <jwulf>seems like a firewall of some kind, doesn't it....
10:36:48  <janjongboom>yep, maybe try a higher port
10:36:52  <janjongboom>> 10000 or something
10:36:58  <janjongboom>or just 80
10:37:35  <jwulf>i'm running something on 80, and that's working
10:37:37  <jwulf>it's a linux machine
10:37:44  <jwulf>and i can do chkconfig iptables off
10:37:49  <jwulf>and service iptables stop
10:39:03  <janjongboom>is the firewall on your machine? or are you behind a company fw?
10:39:11  <jwulf>the firewall is on the machine
10:39:14  <jwulf>a higher port worked
10:39:19  <jwulf>i set it to over 10108
10:39:30  <janjongboom>cool
10:39:43  <janjongboom>common thing on REPL
10:40:09  <janjongboom>don't really know the reason but thats also the reason that on c9.io you should run databases and such on high ports
10:40:19  <janjongboom>(the workspaces there are also REPL)
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11:09:28  <hareth>hello i was looking at ui.ajax.org yesterday, the project seems pretty active on github however the last "official release" 3.0beta2 has been made like 2 years ago, which version should i use ?
11:15:20  <janjongboom>take the github master
11:15:39  <janjongboom>not the official release
11:20:51  <hareth>k thx
11:21:12  <hareth>but is it "stable'" enough for production project ?
11:21:34  <janjongboom>It's the core of cloud9's frontend
11:21:43  <janjongboom>but I wouldn't suggest starting a new project with it
11:21:56  <hareth>hm why ?
11:23:21  <janjongboom>mainly because the documentation that is out there is mostly 2 years old
11:24:39  <janjongboom>it has not been developed as a stand alone product for the past 2 years after company focus switched to cloud9
11:24:40  <hareth>:D
11:25:02  <hareth>there is no plan for a new "official" release i guess ?
11:25:25  <janjongboom>documentation will be updated soon, but that's merely to support developers that build extensions to cloud9
11:25:48  <hareth>the framework itself is pretty interesting :(
11:26:23  <janjongboom>It is, definitely, but there aren't a lot of people that can support you with deep framework questions :p
11:26:26  <hareth>why not investing it as an official project
11:27:06  <hareth>k anyway i'll just give it a little try for some experiment
11:27:56  <janjongboom>sure thing, we don't have the manpower to actively support APF as a standalone product
11:29:38  <hareth>with flex dying, and your syntax being very close to flex
11:30:11  <hareth>i'm pretty sure that your framework could become really popular among flex user, with a little more support :p
11:34:55  <janjongboom>yeah, but we have 30 people working here that would like a paycheck every now and then :p
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12:29:27  <jwulf>thanks for your help earlier janjongboom
12:34:37  <jwulf>hmm... cloud 9 local build is failing with the latest sm version
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13:14:11  <janjongboom>with what message?
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15:02:25  <bmatusiak>my loading splash was in spanish
15:02:27  <bmatusiak>lol
15:03:00  <bmatusiak>"Ola supermercado, telebancos por aqui"
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15:43:11  <neonstalwart>has someone already mentioned the issue with the new version of uglify-js?
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15:45:32  <neonstalwart>dryice is failing to do any builds because it has a dependency on uglify-js >= 0.0.2 and as of a few hours ago uglify-js in npm is now 2.2.0
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15:50:54  <sergim>we are aware of it, thanks
15:51:36  <mattpardee_>hey neonstalwart, sergim, morning guys
15:51:40  <mattpardee_>morning everyone!
15:51:45  <sergim>morning matt
15:51:51  <sergim>you sound energized
15:52:05  <neonstalwart>morning
15:53:28  <mattpardee_>yeah I don't know why
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16:40:44  <bmatusiak>can c9.io build things with node-gyp? or is that disabled or something?
16:43:41  <bmatusiak>or if anybody could give me some info to install npm module "canvas" on c9.io/ide
17:00:24  <bmatusiak>ah ha
17:01:11  <bmatusiak>i need cairo as a c9pm package :P
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17:21:14  <bmatusiak>any body know the equivalent to "/usr/local" in c9.io
17:21:53  <mattpardee_>bmatusiak if you go up one dir to ~
17:22:04  <mattpardee_>in the terminal, you'll see bin, etc, lib,
17:22:12  <mattpardee_>that's the equivalent of the root of your gear
17:22:16  <mattpardee_>I mean it is
17:22:30  <bmatusiak>ahh i c
17:23:24  <bmatusiak>thanks
17:24:31  <bmatusiak>I'm thinking about putting together a c9pm package cairo
17:25:16  <mattpardee_>what's cairo?
17:25:30  <bmatusiak>image processing lib
17:25:40  <bmatusiak>http://cairographics.org/
17:26:12  <mattpardee_>ah
17:26:18  <mattpardee_>nice
17:31:32  <bmatusiak>i love the && in bash to chain commands in order
17:32:23  <bmatusiak>make && make install && cd ../cairo-1.10.2 && ./configure --prefix=$HOME && make && make install
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17:32:39  <bmatusiak>that command should take about 15-20 mints
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18:03:39  <bmatusiak>I'm not compiling to the right path for some reason
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18:17:28  <bmatusiak>finaly
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19:09:21  <neonstalwart>hi mikedeboer - will someone be updating ace to depend on dryice 0.4.9 (or your internal copy)?
19:10:55  <mikedeboer>neonstalwart: yeah, except dryice now also requires NodeJS>=0.8
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19:12:12  <neonstalwart>i see - so can you at least make a branch in ace that points to ajaxorg/dryice and have c9 point to that commit in ace?
19:12:27  <mikedeboer>yeah that I will do
19:12:38  <neonstalwart>thanks
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19:26:01  <bmatusiak>send a PR to c9/c9pm :D
19:26:12  <bmatusiak>sent*
19:26:12  <neonstalwart>mikedeboer it seems that dryice actually does depend on node 0.8 - https://github.com/mozilla/dryice/commit/fb9bb9ae0baf85f273fd317e6dee279a6a4312de
19:27:25  <bmatusiak>reads above and sees "<mikedeboer> neonstalwart: yeah, except dryice now also requires NodeJS>=0.8"
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19:29:31  <neonstalwart>bmatusiak: based on this (https://github.com/mozilla/dryice/pull/31) do you think that mikedeboer actually knew that dryice *needs* 0.8 or do you think he was just indicating what the package.json says
19:30:09  <neonstalwart>...because his PR only includes changing the package.json
19:30:35  <bmatusiak>a little of both :P
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22:44:58  <bmatusiak>has any body thought about adding a POST services to the workspaces?
22:47:13  <bmatusiak>like c9.io/username/project/post?github=true
22:48:00  <bmatusiak>or ?service=github
22:51:39  <mattpardee>what would that do in that scenario?
22:51:44  <mattpardee>(sounds interesting)
22:54:52  <bmatusiak>lets say a have a repo i want to keep unto date in my project, the github has post service to notify a post url
22:55:05  <bmatusiak>on changes
22:58:26  <bmatusiak>but basically doing a /post?service=github would trigger a script like ~/post.service.sh
23:08:14  <mattpardee>oh, right
23:08:17  <mattpardee>hmm interesting
23:08:32  <mattpardee>yeah that'd be fun
23:08:55  <mattpardee>that's kinda sorty slightly predicated on the idea that your workspace is on all the time
23:09:06  <mattpardee>well, I guess it could check github when it first loads, also
23:09:13  <mattpardee>yeah that sounds like an interesting idea
23:11:06  <bmatusiak>wait
23:11:56  <bmatusiak>if i access c9.io/username/project/workspace/file.js doesn't it boot up
23:12:18  <bmatusiak>on any public workspace
23:13:33  <bmatusiak>ah you know it may cause to many people using c9.io as a proxy of sort… many a bad idea
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23:15:17  <bmatusiak>gets back to work on his deploy server
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