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00:30:18  <Fishrock123>Any word on v0.10 availability?
00:31:55  <blakmatrix>Fishrock123: not yet
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00:36:51  <Sly>Fishrock123: v0.10.0 breaks a LOT of things right now, and things such as https://github.com/joyent/node/issues/5015 is why we don't support it on the cloud yet.
00:37:10  <Sly>800% processing increase in crypto = bad, bad, bad
00:37:35  <Sly>processing increase/slower, whatever you want to call it.
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00:40:37  <jcrugzz>Fishrock123: if you want the new stream apis check out the `readable-stream` module that isaacs has
00:42:16  <blakmatrix>my rule of thumb is to wait 4-5 patches before adopting latest "stable branches", unless you're doing node core dev
00:43:16  <blakmatrix>by then most libraries and major patches have gotten to a state the migration doesnt cause too many headaches
00:43:36  <blakmatrix>Sly: jcrugzz Fishrock123 ^^
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00:44:07  <Sly>blakmatrix: indeed, but I was showing Fishrock123 *why* we wait like that before allowing versions on servers. :P
00:44:10  <Sly>Check the PR I posted.
00:44:35  <Fishrock123>heh.
00:44:46  <Fishrock123>rgr
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00:54:40  <davidbanham>OT, but I need to intercept and modify the response of an XMLHttpRequest from another script on a page. I can monkey patch it okay, but nothing I seem to do to the response seems to change it. Any pointers?
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01:19:56  <jcrugzz>davidbanham: im not entirely sure what you are trying to do
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01:20:10  <jcrugzz>you are making the xhr request from the browser?
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01:20:37  <davidbanham>jcrugzz: I am, yeah. This is OT to node, I'm just beating my head against it. https://gist.github.com/davidbanham/6f4c4847a502fdc2d708
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01:24:04  <jcrugzz>how are you trying to modify the data? personally i would check out https://npmjs.org/package/hyperquest and use https://npmjs.org/package/browserify to use it in the browser. it returns a stream that you would then be able to modify
01:24:17  <jcrugzz>check out https://github.com/substack/substack.net/blob/master/browser/articles.js as a decent example
01:24:46  <davidbanham>jcrugzz: I need to parse the XML it returns, look for a string match, then substitute in a URL. At the moment I'd settle for just modifying the data at all.
01:24:54  <davidbanham>Cheers, I'll check it out.
01:25:09  <jcrugzz>np
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01:26:01  <davidbanham>jcrugzz: Ah, although I'm not sure that will do it. The request is being made from a vendor's code. Wouldn't they need to change to hyperquest instead of the standard XMLHttpRequest?
01:26:29  <jcrugzz>ohh
01:26:40  <jcrugzz>yea they would have to
01:27:00  <jcrugzz>if you have to deal with barebones xhr
01:27:45  <jcrugzz>read through the code of this https://github.com/substack/http-browserify/blob/master/lib/request.js
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01:27:59  <jcrugzz>and it may give you a better idea in how to parse the data it returns
01:28:27  <jcrugzz>native dom apis dont make it quite as easy though
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01:35:00  <davidbanham>jcrugzz: Thanks, I'll have a look. I think that's where I'm failing is trying to treat XMLHttpRequest as an object.
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01:36:28  <davidbanham>Doesn't look like that deals with altering the body at all, just setting or modifying headers.
01:38:08  <davidbanham>Ah, MDN seems to indicate that the response values are Read Only - https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/DOM/XMLHttpRequest
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09:09:18  <juliangruber>hey. my deployment badge doesn't update...https://webhooks.nodejitsu.com/juliangruber/ghub.png
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09:37:13  <nathan7>juliangruber: hmm, that's odd
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11:13:52  <rvagg>any Director users here?
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11:14:05  <nathan7>rvagg: I haven't played with it extensively
11:14:10  <rvagg>looks like it might be broken in 0.10 for non-streaming routes
11:14:11  <nathan7>rvagg: What's your question?
11:14:15  <nathan7>Ohfuck
11:14:25  <nathan7>I /am/ in charge of figuring out what's broken on 0.10
11:14:29  <rvagg>req.once('end', parseAndInvoke)
11:14:44  <rvagg>in http/index.js
11:14:52  <nathan7>Mind sending us a pullreq?
11:14:56  <rvagg>I don't see it doing anything special to start reading from the stream so it appears to just hang
11:15:03  <nathan7>a .resume() would fix that
11:15:13  <rvagg>aye, true, lemme play
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11:28:24  <rvagg>nathan7: done, https://github.com/flatiron/director/pull/186
11:28:31  <nathan7>rvagg: <3
11:28:32  <rvagg>works for me now, I'll leave that with you
11:28:49  <nathan7>I was trying to run all the tests on 0.10
11:28:53  <nathan7>for all the nodejitsu projects
11:29:00  <nathan7>and haibu plain got stuck
11:30:01  <rvagg>mmm, looks like you might be in for a messy few days figuring it all out, vows just errors on director with no helpful information, no matter which test I invoke
11:30:48  <nathan7>Yeah, this is gonna be an adventure
11:30:53  <nathan7>Even npm is fairly broken
11:31:27  <nathan7>It's almost looking tempting to rewrite npm from scratch
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11:45:19  <booyaa>hey dudes what's latest version of jitsu client?
11:45:52  <yawnt>https://npmjs.org/package/jitsu
11:45:57  <yawnt>0.12.5 :)
11:46:11  <booyaa>ta, damn npm install -g jitsu ain't working
11:46:30  <yawnt>npm install -g jitsu@0.12.5 will do the trick
11:48:10  <booyaa>yawnt++
11:51:19  <booyaa>man this etag thing is annoying me already
11:52:47  <booyaa>oh arse, something's ran out of sequence again.
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11:56:10  <Nodejitsu-Github>director/master 04dc713 Rod Vagg: req.resume(); for http streams2 compat
11:56:10  <Nodejitsu-Github>director/master 6d55355 yawnt: Merge pull request #186 from rvagg/streams2...
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12:05:45  <rvagg>
12:06:05  <nathan7>Sweet.
12:08:46  <booyaa>hahah someone is having a larf
12:09:01  <nathan7>Hm?
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12:12:07  <booyaa>nathan7: nothing man just have a sulk
12:12:17  <booyaa>it would appear that i'm still a n00b at express
12:12:58  <booyaa>just got a 500 when trying to deploy, haibu said error spawning drone
12:13:03  <booyaa>re try?
12:13:29  <nathan7>that's interesting
12:13:32  <nathan7>Gist please?
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12:13:55  <booyaa>https://gist.github.com/booyaa/5176142
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12:18:57  <booyaa>can i redeploy?
12:21:33  <nathan7>booyaa: try doing a jitsu start
12:21:38  <nathan7>booyaa: oh, wait
12:21:45  <nathan7>booyaa: Is your app listening on a port?
12:21:55  <nathan7>booyaa: .listen() should be one of the first things you do
12:22:10  <nathan7>It should happen on the first turn of the event loop
12:23:27  <booyaa>i think it asks for ENV_PORT
12:23:29  <booyaa>ones sec
12:23:36  <booyaa>this was working on the last deploy
12:23:42  <booyaa>not done anything to ports etc
12:24:53  <nathan7>You don't need to worry about porst
12:24:55  <nathan7>*ports
12:25:00  <nathan7>just .listen(), no arguments needed
12:25:11  <booyaa>ah second deploy worked
12:25:19  <booyaa>using express so that's all asbtracted away
12:25:27  <nathan7>nuh uh
12:25:56  <booyaa>ah sorry yeah i see
12:26:24  <booyaa>ah something else triggered before it could listen?
12:26:38  <nathan7>booyaa: You want to listen as one of the first things you do
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12:27:17  <booyaa>odd all i got in the start script is this: https://github.com/booyaa/poisonpentametron/blob/master/express/server.js
12:27:26  <booyaa>admittedly it's based off someone elses code
12:27:37  <booyaa>so i need to stick the app.listen as near to where the object is initialised?
12:27:50  <booyaa>line 16?
12:28:24  <nathan7>You can drop the PORT thing
12:29:00  <nathan7>booyaa: and yeah, put the .listen() there
12:29:55  <booyaa>pretty certain that codes for other paas like c9 and damn i forget their names
12:30:19  <nathan7>Yeah, I just .listen(3000) or someting usually
12:30:28  <nathan7>3000 for local development, on Nodejitsu everything's magical
12:32:11  <booyaa>k done, thanks for the tip. that was my first failed deploy
12:32:25  <booyaa>not counting where i lost connectivitity because of a crap mobile data link
12:43:20  <eins78>has anyone ever tried to hack routing by "req.header.accept" into director? I am not sure if it would be the right place to put it, but I am suspecting that one could build it into 'router.dispatch()'.
12:45:50  <eins78>example: API responds with JSON per default, but sends XML when 'req.header.accept === "text/xml"'. I know I could just built it into every route, but I would like to solve that problem in a reusable way since it keeps coming up and I haven't found any existing modules/libraries for node dealing with that.
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12:51:18  <nathan7>eins78: Could you open a feature-req issue for that? It certainly seems like an interesting idea
12:52:15  <yawnt>eins78: it should be a middleware
12:52:21  <yawnt>not builtin into the router
12:52:40  <nathan7>yawnt: I can see that for converting stuff to two different formats
12:52:55  <nathan7>but I figure idiomatic for JSON != idiomatic for XML
12:53:45  <eins78>jep, the JSON to xml is a whole other problem, but not in the scope of my question. i am using this in my small test case: http://thomashunter.name/blog/respond-to-json-or-xml-requests-from-a-node-js-api/
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12:55:29  <eins78>yawnt: by 'hack into' I don't necessarily mean 'to build into'. my question is more 'where to build it into in a clean, reusable way'
12:56:38  <eins78>also, I dropped by here because I just cannot believe nobody has made a module out of it (or even a blog post). maybe my google-fu is broken today.
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12:57:20  <yawnt>eins78: are you using flatiron/union or just director?
12:58:13  <eins78>the actual apps where i want to use this are all flatiron-based, my test case right now is just the http.js example from director
12:58:26  <yawnt>eins78: at any rate i would do this
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12:59:20  <yawnt>acceptHack = function(req, res) { return function() { yourLogic(function(data) { res.end(data);
12:59:30  <yawnt>and just check for xml/jsn in the req accept header
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12:59:42  <yawnt>damn i broke it
13:00:39  <yawnt>https://gist.github.com/yawnt/e5dd65abae82ba024cc2
13:00:40  <yawnt>there
13:01:05  <yawnt>and just attach to your flatiron route something like "acceptHack(your handler)"
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13:02:04  <eins78>yawnt: thx. by attach you mean this? https://github.com/flatiron/director#attach-properties-to-this
13:03:04  <yawnt>eins78: no i mean set it as callback in your router
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13:03:07  <yawnt>if you would do
13:03:11  <yawnt>get: <my handler>
13:03:13  <yawnt>now you do
13:03:19  <yawnt>get: acceptHack(<my handler>)
13:04:21  <eins78>yawnt: will try ,thx
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13:09:01  <timsavery>good morning...I need a refresher on setting up my custom ssl...I have it already setup for www.graysonsaves.org, now I have an EV cert and want to change to using that one...I forget which files get uploaded into which fields in the webops dashboard
13:09:54  <timsavery>its a godaddy cert, I have the intermediate cert, the issued cert, and I have my request pem files, not sure though which goes where and I think I have tried all the combinations :)
13:10:14  <nathan7>The issued cert would be the right one
13:11:13  <timsavery>yeah..there is three files I need to upload though
13:11:32  <timsavery>and it doesn't show me the files I uploaded originally to get this working (that would help a ton here)
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13:15:13  <timsavery>anybody?
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13:18:17  <nathan7>timsavery: I'm not really sure on this
13:18:25  <nathan7>timsavery: What are the extensions to the files?
13:20:19  <timsavery>well I have gd_intermediate.crt, graysonsaves.org.crt, server_csr.pem and server-key.pem
13:20:34  <timsavery>I also have gd_bundle.crt
13:21:05  <nathan7>server-key is your private key
13:21:06  <eins78>timsavery: i am quite sure you don't need the csr
13:21:14  <nathan7>The CSR is the certificate signing request
13:21:18  <timsavery>ok
13:21:28  <nathan7>graysonsaves.org.crt is your certificate
13:23:24  <timsavery>ok
13:23:52  <timsavery>then intermediate goes in CA Certificate cacert.pem field?
13:24:38  <timsavery>I keep getting this error "Error Failed to parse response" no other details
13:24:52  <timsavery>not very helpful
13:29:40  <nathan7>timsavery: CA cert is graysonsaves.org.crt
13:29:51  <timsavery>ok
13:29:56  <nathan7>I'm not too familiar with SSL stuff
13:30:22  <timsavery>me neither :)
13:32:13  <timsavery>still no dice...man this is painful
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13:34:39  <timsavery>+nathan7: coderarity helped me last time with this.
13:35:18  <nathan7>Yeah, he left Nodejitsu to work on his startup or something a while ago
13:35:34  <timsavery>oh nice :)
13:35:41  <timsavery>damn
13:35:58  <timsavery>anybody else know how this stuff works? who built it? :)
13:37:36  <nathan7>timsavery: Are you on an individual account?
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13:38:46  <timsavery>nope..business account
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13:39:18  <nathan7>hm
13:42:49  <nathan7>timsavery: We're looking into this
13:43:22  <timsavery>ok...thanks man...really appreciate it. I promise to fork the handbook and add these instructions this time so we can all remember
13:43:30  <nathan7>timsavery: If we can't fix this we'll manually add your cert
13:43:37  <timsavery>ok
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14:24:45  <mmalecki>timsavery: hey
14:24:58  <mmalecki>timsavery: can you email me your certs, keys and domain name?
14:25:02  <mmalecki>I'll get it set up
14:25:15  <timsavery>ok...to support or your email?
14:25:23  <mmalecki>timsavery: maciej at nodejitsu.com please :)
14:25:29  <timsavery>ok..coming right up.
14:25:35  <mmalecki>thanks!
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14:33:58  <timsavery>@mmalecki: btw https://ssl.jit.su is down...this is the site I used last time to set this up.
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14:56:44  <Nodejitsu-Github>node-http-proxy/master 35ba0db No9: Harmon messsage
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15:38:07  <mmalecki>timsavery: just came back from food, setting you up now
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15:39:24  <timsavery>@mmalecki: cool..thanks man
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15:52:27  <mmalecki>timsavery: should be good to go
15:52:33  <mmalecki>timsavery: can I replace existing certs?
15:52:58  <mmalecki>timsavery: should it be for *.graysonsaves.org?
15:53:02  <timsavery>@mmalecki: as long as you promise not to break :)
15:53:05  <timsavery>go ahead
15:53:18  <mmalecki>timsavery: you have my word for it :)
15:53:23  <timsavery>ok
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15:54:50  <mmalecki>timsavery: done, confirm?
15:54:57  <timsavery>checking now...
15:55:35  <mmalecki>timsavery: I also like that organization, is the donation system working?
15:55:36  <nathan7>works here
15:55:48  <nathan7>EV and all
15:55:55  <timsavery>awesome!! thank you.
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15:56:46  <mmalecki>timsavery: hmm, can I donate being outside of US?
15:56:55  <timsavery>@mmalecki: yes the donation system is working...my son was diagnosed this past winter with brain cancer...our family is working on raising awareness and money to help families in simliar situations
15:57:24  <timsavery>@mmalecki: as long as your credit card goes through :) it just uses stripe
15:57:39  <mmalecki>timsavery: right, but billing address assumes US. let's give it a try :)
15:57:44  <timsavery>oh right
15:57:54  <mmalecki>timsavery: also, sorry to hear that. hope everything's fine
15:58:04  <timsavery>never really though about that...it doesn't check billing address though for the verify :)
15:58:42  <timsavery>@mmalecki: my wife keeps a blog of everything that has been going on...you can read here http://www.graysonsavery.com
15:59:22  <mmalecki>timsavery: seems like it went through :)
15:59:42  <timsavery>it worked...thanks so much man! really appreciate it!
16:00:09  <mmalecki>pleasure. keep up the great work!
16:00:32  <mmalecki>feel free to reach out to me if you ever have problems with the site
16:01:04  <timsavery>I will ... thank you again
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16:14:16  <AdamMagaluk>I am getting Error running command deploy \n Nodejitsu Error (500): Internal Server Error \n socket hang up, how do I fix this?
16:15:13  <Sly>AdamMagaluk: what's your username and app name?
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16:15:28  <AdamMagaluk>AdamMagaluk, bt-web-app
16:17:37  <AdamMagaluk>This happened today after I updated jitsu to 0.12.5, if that helps.
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16:20:26  <Sly>That really shouldn't have anything to do with it.
16:21:28  <Sly>AdamMagaluk: have you deployed since then? I'm seeing your app started right now.
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16:22:19  <AdamMagaluk>Its started but I am unable to deploy any new versions today.
16:22:52  <AdamMagaluk>Last time I deployed was 3/13/13
16:25:04  <Sly>Ah, I see.
16:25:33  <Sly>AdamMagaluk: can you run the deploy for me with `--debug` attached to the end, and gist the output for me?
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16:30:12  <AdamMagaluk>@sly: https://gist.github.com/AdamMagaluk/ac5c5aa0e36ef31a4747, Still only giving the socket hangup error.
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16:31:52  <Sly>AdamMagaluk: it looks like mongoose is having a dependency build issue.
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16:38:57  <AdamMagaluk>@sly: I tried playing around with the my depended mongoose version but no luck. How can we resolve this?
16:40:01  <Sly>AdamMagaluk: I'm trying to remember what version it is that people have had luck with installing.
16:40:34  <Sly>I've filed a bug to give a better error than "socket hang up" when the error you hit occurs, but I'm not quite sure what version of mongoose would let it build without errors.
16:41:32  <AdamMagaluk>@Sly: Iv'e been running 0.3.7 since 3/11/2013. What changed?
16:41:51  <Sly>AdamMagaluk: I was just about to ask if you changed the mongoose version, or if this randomly started happening.
16:46:13  <Sly>So, did you update the version.. or did it stay the same between packages?
16:48:30  <AdamMagaluk>Its stayed the same as 0.3.7, I just tried upgrading and downgrading to see if it would fix the issue but no luck.
16:49:13  <Sly>AdamMagaluk: are you sure you're changing mongoose? Mongoose doesn't have version 0.3.7 listed in the NPM repository.
16:49:53  <Sly>Although, I just downloaded your active snapshot.. and you do have ~3.5.7 for both mongoose versions.
16:50:25  <AdamMagaluk>Sorry, I meant 3.5.7, not sure where 0.3.7 came from, not enough sleep
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16:51:06  <Sly>AdamMagaluk: It's cool. I was lost for a second myself. xD
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16:51:53  <AdamMagaluk>I've kept 3.5.7 since I started the app, but to try and resolve the issue I tried 3.5.9,3.5.0 with no luck
16:52:37  <Sly>AdamMagaluk: Can you try to deploy the snapshot again for me?
16:52:45  <Sly>Watching a couple of different logs atm.
16:52:53  <AdamMagaluk>Ok, Deploying now with mongoose locked at 3.5.0
16:53:14  <Sly>K, I saw the deploy come in.
16:53:21  <Sly>Still got the same ENOENT error from mongoose.
16:53:24  <AdamMagaluk>Now, 3.5.9
16:53:39  <Sly>Yeah, all of those are giving ENOENT during the build.
16:54:51  <Sly>AdamMagaluk: try mongoose 3.2.1
16:56:54  <Sly>Wow, still failed. What does your package.json look like?
16:59:03  <AdamMagaluk>Interesting, just tried deploying a hello world app with only mongoose as a dep and it worked, until the Subscription limit reached error.
16:59:15  <Sly>AdamMagaluk: yeah, I saw that.. O_O
16:59:59  <Sly>AdamMagaluk: post your package.json in a gist for me?
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17:02:43  <AdamMagaluk>@Sly:https://gist.github.com/AdamMagaluk/c1b8e7e98c223e990788
17:03:23  <Sly>AdamMagaluk: that's the package.json for your bt-core dependency, not bt-web-app...
17:03:33  <AdamMagaluk>My main app requires a private bundled modules, bt-core which has the mongoose dependency.
17:03:35  <Sly>AdamMagaluk: do you have bt-core published to NPM, or are you bundling it with your application?
17:03:52  <AdamMagaluk>You should have both in that gist
17:04:01  <AdamMagaluk>Bundling it
17:04:03  <Sly>Oh, crap. Didn't see the bottom one. xD
17:04:35  <Sly>Okay.. it looks like it's going to throw an error there because you're not building it before you bundle it and send it off to us..
17:04:52  <Sly>Plus, even if you do build it on your side and bundle it.. it's not guaranteed that it'll work properly on SunOS.
17:05:02  <nathan7>It's pretty much guaranteed it won't
17:05:22  <Sly>What I would do is change bt-core to have like.. "{ "scripts": { "preinstall": "npm install mongoose" } }" or something in your bt-core package..
17:05:34  <Sly>Well, actuall..
17:05:37  <Sly>*actually
17:05:43  <Sly>I don't think that'll solve it either since you're bundling.
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17:05:45  <Sly>Hmm...
17:07:06  <AdamMagaluk>Bundling bundles all dependencies within a package?
17:07:09  <nathan7>Yep
17:07:20  <nathan7>Bundling is basically "don't touch this" to npm
17:07:24  <Sly>^
17:07:26  <nathan7>We have an issue open on this
17:07:29  <nathan7>(on npm)
17:08:11  <AdamMagaluk>Hmm, how was this working before?
17:09:46  <Sly>AdamMagaluk: in your current package, mongoose is in your actual dependencies.
17:10:16  <Sly>Oh, actually..
17:10:25  <Sly>Yeah, I'm seeing double.
17:10:25  <Sly>xD
17:10:34  <Sly>"dependencies":{"express":"~3.1.0","hbs":"~2.0.2","connect-flash":"~0.1.0","passport":"~0.1.16","passport-local":"~0.1.6","connect-redis":"~1.4.5","handlebars":"~1.0.10","imagemagick":"~0.1.3","async":"~0.2.6","mongoose":"~3.5.7","bt-core":"*","bt-template":"*"}
17:10:59  <Sly>That's your old dependency list.
17:11:08  <AdamMagaluk>Yes, but I only took that out after I was playing with the package version of mongoose to fix this issue.
17:11:38  <Sly>Strange.
17:12:26  <AdamMagaluk>I added it back to the main web app package.json with 3.5.7 but no luck
17:12:43  <Sly>AdamMagaluk: did you build it before you deployed it in the working package?
17:12:58  <Sly>Error: ENOENT, link '/root/tmp/tmp-218831knr26o/build/bt-web-app/node_modules/bt-core/node_modules/mongoose/node_modules/mongodb/node_modules/bson/build/Release/obj.target/bson.node'
17:13:02  <Sly>That's the actual error you're getting.
17:13:12  <Sly>It's not building a native module correctly.
17:13:19  <Sly>Well, actually.. it's not there at all.
17:13:48  <Sly>I'm not sure if it's trying to build it there.. or if it's looking for it there..
17:13:48  <AdamMagaluk>I just tried to rebuild it in both modules and now deploying
17:13:59  <nathan7>AdamMagaluk: building it is of no use
17:14:12  <nathan7>AdamMagaluk: You're building the Linux version or something, our drones are SmartOS
17:14:15  <AdamMagaluk>That's what I thought
17:15:24  <nathan7>okay
17:15:24  <AdamMagaluk>If I have to I can pass down the cached require(mongoose) to my bundled dependency but what bothers me is how was this working before
17:15:39  <nathan7>AdamMagaluk: require resolves downwards
17:15:54  <nathan7>AdamMagaluk: it looks into node_modules folders, traversing upwards until it finds your module
17:16:06  <nathan7>AdamMagaluk: so, rm -rf node_modules/bt-core/node_modules/mongoose
17:16:19  <nathan7>AdamMagaluk: and depend on mongoose at the top level
17:17:07  <AdamMagaluk>Ok trying now
17:17:58  <AdamMagaluk>Ok that seemed to work
17:19:02  <nathan7>[=
17:19:26  <AdamMagaluk>Ok, its all working. Thanks for the help Sly and nathan7 appreciate it.
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17:22:44  <nathan7>wheee
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18:20:23  <_trev>Hello. Can someone give me assistance with deployment? I'm getting an error. :( https://gist.github.com/landau/5177631
18:20:30  <_trev>Thank you
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18:25:13  <nathan7>_trev: ahoy
18:25:21  <_trev>hi nathan7
18:25:23  <nathan7>_trev: Your app is exiting for some reason
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18:26:03  <nathan7>_trev: I could check your app to see what's causing that
18:26:06  <_trev>I'm running my server through coffee script. Is this not possible with jitsu? Do I need to compile own.
18:26:09  <_trev>down*
18:26:14  <nathan7>_trev: ah
18:26:20  <nathan7>_trev: What's your username?
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18:26:36  <_trev>landau
18:26:50  <nathan7>_trev: "start": "./scripts/start.sh"
18:27:03  <nathan7>_trev: just put coffee lib/app.coffee there
18:27:17  <nathan7>_trev: You don't need to depend on coffee-script or anything
18:27:19  <_trev>ah perfect, globally available.
18:27:32  <_trev>on my machine i run off local install
18:27:37  <nathan7>_trev: It's slightly more complex than that, haibu-carapace actually parses the start script
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18:29:39  <nathan7>_trev: Working?
18:29:56  <_trev>nathan7, yes, thanks!
18:30:05  <nathan7>_trev: Wonderful C=
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19:39:45  <Cory_>What's up guys
19:40:46  <Cory_>I'm unable to activate a new snapshot, through either command line or webopps
19:41:03  <Cory_>*webops
19:41:11  <Cory_>Not sure what's up
19:42:28  <Sly>Cory_: are you getting an error?
19:43:30  <Cory_>Sly: no, I'm actually getting an OK on command line, webops says it's activating, but then doesn't.
19:43:50  <Sly>Cory_: what's your username and application name?
19:45:38  <Cory_>Sly: I don't seem to be getting logs though either, but that might be a separate thing ( or just because it's not activating? )
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19:47:43  <Sly>Cory_: one minute
19:48:01  <Cory_>Sly: np, thanks!
19:51:18  <Sly>Cory_: seems that the 256 MB RAM drones are running out of memory when trying to read your snapshot.
19:54:55  <Cory_>Sly: Oh boy, new territory. :p Any suggestions on how to monitor / determine what's using it? Or is this a fairly normal thing? I am using quite a few modules...
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19:55:17  <Sly>Cory_: It's usually do to a lot of images.
19:55:54  <Sly>You have 104 images in your package, not related to dependencies.
19:56:47  <Sly>Cory_: You can either offload the images to another source, or you'll have to upgrade to a business plan that will allow you to upgrade the RAM size on your drones.
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19:56:59  <Cory_>Sly: Ah, so if I have images in my package, that all get's loaded into RAM? Sorry if that's a noob question
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19:57:19  <Cory_>Sly: I'll definitely remove them if I can
19:57:35  <Sly>Cory_: it doesn't all get loaded into RAM when it's running, but it's read into memory via Node when your snapshot is fetched from the cloud.
19:57:35  <Cory_>Sly: thank you for the help / info!
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19:58:18  <Cory_>Sly: Gotcha, good to know!
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19:58:38  <Sly>:)
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20:02:43  <Cory_>Sly: They are [mostly] organized into folders, could I do an npm ignore as a solution? ( otherwise I'll probably just remove them )
20:03:03  <Sly>Cory_: absolutely. `.npmignore` will work. :)
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20:03:35  <Cory_>Sly: Awesome. :)
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20:06:16  <Sly>Cory_: no problem. :)
20:06:33  <Sly>afk, guys. :)
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20:14:37  <jesusabdullah>mmalecki: substack: I can publish a bumped version of ecstatic, lemme know when that patch is merged
20:15:05  <nathan7>Hey jesusabdullah
20:15:10  <jesusabdullah>sup dawg
20:15:18  <nathan7>like everyone else
20:15:19  <mmalecki>jesusabdullah: do you want to merge it in? or should I?
20:15:22  <mmalecki>I was going to
20:15:22  <nathan7>panicking over 0.10
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20:21:04  <jesusabdullah>mmalecki: yeah go for it
20:21:52  <nathan7>jesusabdullah: sup there?
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20:33:03  <lyetz>Can someone help me out with an error I'm getting each time I run an app?
20:33:11  <lyetz>The app runs fine for a few seconds, then crashes
20:33:13  <lyetz>Failure: haibu Error (500): Internal Server Error
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20:36:14  <elly_>hi
20:36:27  <elly_>i have quiz in concern
20:36:38  <elly_>of paying with cc
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20:37:21  <mmalecki>jesusabdullah: ready to bump and release
20:37:29  <mmalecki>jesusabdullah: just a sec
20:37:53  <mmalecki>jesusabdullah: okay now
20:38:16  <mmalecki>jesusabdullah: you can just give me npm rights too
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20:39:32  <lyetz>It looks like it's crashing because it's not listening on a port within the first 20 seconds
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20:40:17  <lyetz>It's just an IRC bot though, not listening on any port
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20:41:00  <mmalecki>lyetz: just add an http server which responds with {status:"ok"} or something :)
20:41:17  <lyetz>mmalecki, I was thinking of doing that, but thought maybe there was some other way
20:41:18  <lyetz>Thanks :)
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22:46:45  <erdinckaradeniz>hi, i'm trying to add my ssl certificates but I got an error like "Error - Failed to parse response"
22:46:46  <erdinckaradeniz>when i've opened firebug, I've seen that I got 500 internal server error with this response -> An error has occurred: {"code":"ECONNREFUSED","errno":"ECONNREFUSED","syscall":"connect"}
22:46:46  <erdinckaradeniz>Can anybody help?
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22:49:05  <nathan7>erdinckaradeniz: You're on a business plan?
22:49:57  <nathan7>erdinckaradeniz: Ah, yep
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22:50:10  <erdinckaradeniz>yes
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22:57:27  <kfrancoi>Hi everyone
22:58:04  <kfrancoi>My app is uploading fine on Nodejitsu with the jitsu deploy command, but then it never starts really. Can someone help me ?
23:02:46  <nathan7>kfrancoi: Yo
23:02:58  <nathan7>kfrancoi: Can you gist the output of deploy?
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23:14:30  <lyetz>Now it looks like I'm having another problem
23:14:45  <lyetz>Apps with an unknown state that refuse to be stopped/destroyed
23:15:37  <kfrancoi>not much
23:15:41  <kfrancoi>just this :
23:15:51  <kfrancoi>info: http://sagacify-gsk-i4-node.jit.su on Port 80
23:15:52  <kfrancoi> info: Nodejitsu ok
23:18:17  <kfrancoi>my user account is "sagacify"
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23:22:46  <kfrancoi>nathan7: Sorry, I need to go. Will come back tomorrow
23:23:16  <nathan7>kfrancoi: Okay, will look into this
23:26:15  <nathan7>lyetz: username?
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23:27:21  <lyetz>nathan7, I actually just got it working a minute ago
23:27:23  <lyetz>Thanks though :)
23:27:48  <nathan7>Damnit, I was hoping to get a look at it q=
23:31:06  <lyetz>:P
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