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15:47:41  <gero3>hey
15:49:39  <gero3>Is it possible to define globals like this: /*global THREE:false */ already
15:49:47  <gero3>??
15:51:12  <gero3>someone here??
16:19:06  <gero3>someone here??
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16:44:00  <gero3>mattpardee_
16:44:19  <gero3>Is it possible to define globals like this: /*global THREE:false */ already??
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17:37:52  <gero3>hey mikedeboer
17:38:29  <gero3>Can I ask something??
17:43:18  <mattpardee_>gero3 yes should be able to
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17:43:34  <gero3>yeah I just noticed
17:43:58  <gero3>It seems that it stops to work with large files
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19:35:21  <bmatusiak>https://gist.github.com/4141110 <- Git CLI to NodeJS (if anybody needs)
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23:15:09  <gurp>just started using c9 ide, is the available offline option not available yet?
23:16:04  <mattpardee_>not yet unfortunately
23:17:29  <gurp>sounds good
23:22:37  <gurp>is there an eta on when that will be available?
23:23:26  <mattpardee_>I don't. We had to suspend development on the c9local client with server sync because our platform was moving forward faster than the sync tech could catch up with
23:23:35  <mattpardee_>we've been focusing on the core platform to enhance stability and redundancy
23:23:49  <mattpardee_>so at a time when that development slows down (no ETA) we could concentrate on the c9local client
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23:26:01  <gurp>I have the premium subscription, in the terminal can I install mongo, mysql and memcache to run my app?
23:27:07  <mattpardee_>yes you should be able to install all those things if they can be compiled or installed thru a package manager
23:27:13  <mattpardee_>the workspace runs on RHEL
23:27:37  <gurp>sounds good, is there a usage limit?
23:27:54  <mattpardee_>I believe 1 GB of space
23:28:17  <gurp>anyway to increase that?
23:28:24  <mattpardee_>don't forget the Remote SSH option either, if you have a server out on the web already with Node.js installed on it, you can connect to that as well
23:28:30  <mattpardee_>(and the terminal will connect to it directly)
23:28:39  <mattpardee_>unfortunately openshift isn't offering more HDD space at this time
23:28:56  <mattpardee_>which is our current bottlenecks are with our default workspace offering
23:29:40  <gurp>sounds good, thinking of setting up AWS server and use that as my remote workstation
23:30:19  <mattpardee_>that's what we do at Cloud9, use an AMI to spin up an EC2 instance and connect directly to it
23:37:03  <gurp>last question, when is php auto complete going to be released?
23:38:13  <mattpardee_>I believe we have all the PHP methods in there, but if not that should be released within the next 2 weeks
23:38:17  <mattpardee_>maybe 3
23:38:37  <mattpardee_>as for on-the-fly code completion, I don't know how long that would take
23:40:05  <gurp>thanks, I am very excited to use this IDE
23:40:17  <mattpardee_>glad to hear it!
23:40:20  <mattpardee_>are you primarily a PHP programmer?
23:42:24  <gurp>PHP and Ruby
23:43:10  <mattpardee_>cool
23:43:16  <mattpardee_>let us know what you think :-)
23:43:20  <gurp>for sure
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