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03:27:16  <SubStack>oh craps
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03:34:37  <SubStack>craaaap
03:35:27  <SubStack>wait there are plenty of dev servers
03:35:36  <SubStack>somebody's session just got stuck >_<
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04:19:19  <SubStack>haha
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07:35:28  <SubStack>ripping dnode apart wheee
07:37:43  <guybrush>SubStack: sounds interesting
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07:52:41  <tanepiper>oh what you doing SubStack ?
07:53:42  <SubStack>tanepiper: giving dnode a more idiomatic streamable api
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07:54:32  <SubStack>and if you want to use socket.io you'll need to require('browser-stream')
07:55:11  <tanepiper>oh yea - just in time for my talk :p
07:56:00  <tanepiper>but that's awesome :D I'll re-write my client around the new stuff because it's all streaming on the server side with the Twitter streams API
07:56:36  <SubStack>.listen() and .connect() will still work the usual way but they'll be piping internally
07:57:12  <tanepiper>but we'll have access to the underl
07:57:27  <tanepiper>*underlying streams, or will be able to pass streams about as params?
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08:01:20  <SubStack>var d = dnode(); yourStream.pipe(d).pipe(yourStream)
08:01:58  <SubStack>I'm also doing object-detection in .write() so you can pipe a json stream into this
08:05:16  <SubStack>which will also let you use dnode in a multi-band fashion
08:05:59  <SubStack>var band1 = JSONStream.parse([true,0]), band1 = JSONStream.parse([true,1])
08:06:18  <SubStack>er
08:06:25  <SubStack>var band0 = JSONStream.parse([true,0]), band1 = JSONStream.parse([true,1])
08:06:29  <Raynos>What's a decent bank to open account with in SF ?
08:06:49  <tanepiper>SubStack: awesome - when do you expect that to land?
08:07:21  <SubStack>unsure, this is pretty major
08:07:28  <SubStack>I'm bumping the major version for these changes
08:08:01  <tanepiper>fair enough - it's imporant enough to me i;ll try get in on it, and certainly test it - it's exactly the functionality i'm looking for
08:08:39  <Raynos>what does it mean for dnode to be a stream?
08:09:07  <SubStack>the multi-band stuff will solve the problem of wanting to use a bulk stream in some places for data transfer and a rich transport in other places
08:09:25  <SubStack>or for using a completely separate library with dnode that only wants a regular stream
08:09:26  <Raynos>I can't imagine invoking RPC methods through a stream
08:09:59  <SubStack>Raynos: it's exactly the same except you .pipe() data into and out of a dnode instance
08:10:37  <jesusabdullah>Basically: You already are.
08:10:59  <SubStack>programs written in the old style will still work unless they used socket.io+http server
08:11:06  <tanepiper>you wouldn't - you're sending data through a stream. For example in my app I have a persistant connection to the twitter API stream, at the moment I have to do a stream.on('data'), and then pass that to a callback. Now I could stream.pipe(client)
08:11:24  <Raynos>Oh
08:11:29  <Raynos>For return values you can pipe streams
08:11:32  <SubStack>tanepiper: not actually
08:11:32  <Raynos>that makes sense
08:11:40  <SubStack>no this is not correct
08:11:54  <SubStack>however, you can let another lib do the multiplexing for you
08:12:01  <SubStack>but that is out of scope for dnode itself
08:12:11  <SubStack>it's easy to write a multiplexer using JSONStream
08:12:17  <jesusabdullah>what ultiplexing?
08:12:35  <SubStack>where you have different bands on the same stream and want to direct them to different targets
08:13:52  <jesusabdullah>oh
08:14:05  <jesusabdullah>nssocket would be good for that
08:14:19  <jesusabdullah>basically use the n-1 namespaces as prefixes for regular stream events
08:14:45  <tanepiper>yea, would a good example be on my stream when messages come in you get basic tweets, but also if the message is message.direct_message then I should redirect that to another stream
08:14:52  <jesusabdullah>and by nssocket I really mean ee2
08:15:25  <jesusabdullah>nnh, nsstream
08:15:36  <jesusabdullah>nnh? lolwut
08:15:39  <jesusabdullah>ooh
08:15:40  <SubStack>jesusabdullah: this would take a stream as input and produce multiple streams as output
08:15:51  <jesusabdullah>ahhh
08:15:55  <SubStack>multiple readable/writable streams
08:16:10  <SubStack>implemented directly with the stream api, nothing to do with io
08:16:27  <jesusabdullah>I, umm
08:16:28  <jesusabdullah>I'm missing the point
08:18:42  <tanepiper>yea, me too a bit :) We'll just have to wait and see I suppose
08:19:09  <SubStack>var m = multiplex(); stream.pipe(m); var s0 = m.create(), s1 = m.create()
08:19:19  <SubStack>s0 and s1 are readable/writable streams
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09:01:31  <SubStack>.readable and .writable are great but they say nothing about the type of data being emitted
09:01:35  <SubStack>buffers, strings, objects
09:02:18  <SubStack>writable streams should have an 'accept' field I think
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09:37:10  <SubStack>https://gist.github.com/2953253
09:37:16  <SubStack>^ functional dnode pipe-able api
09:39:21  <Raynos>the piping stuff makes sense now :P
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10:36:54  <guybrush>oh that looks really cool
10:44:31  <SubStack>so maybe instead of .use() middleware
10:44:37  <SubStack>I'll just emit('local', obj)
10:44:47  <SubStack>and then folks can change the obj ref on the fly
10:44:54  <SubStack>if they so choose
10:45:17  <guybrush>.use() is usefull to dynamically change the protocoll
10:45:25  <SubStack>protocol?
10:45:26  <guybrush>or rather
10:45:48  <guybrush>i can put stuff on it dynamically, though i it can not be used to remove it
10:46:04  <SubStack>so in this new way
10:46:13  <SubStack>you can just .on('local', function (ref) { ... })
10:46:20  <SubStack>and do things to ref inside the callback on the same tick
10:47:28  <guybrush>dA = dnode({a:fn}); dB = dnode({b:fn}); s.pipe(dA).pipe(dB).pipe(s)
10:47:53  <SubStack>why s?
10:48:06  <SubStack>you could just pipe dA directly to dB
10:48:07  <guybrush>s is a stream like net
10:48:36  <SubStack>not sure if that would do anything interesting
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10:50:47  <guybrush>ahhh i see
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10:53:26  <guybrush>dA.pipe(dB).pipe(dA), this way you dont even need a net.Stream?
10:54:34  <SubStack>yep that would work
10:54:43  <SubStack>if you just want to pipe a server to a client directly
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10:54:50  <guybrush>it makes dnode-"middleware" more pluggable
10:54:51  <SubStack>but you can use any intermediary
10:55:15  <SubStack>also you can set { emit : 'object' } in the options
10:55:27  <SubStack>to make a through stream that can tamper with the objects directly
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11:34:58  <SubStack>that was me ^
11:35:08  <SubStack>refreshed and it went away
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11:40:09  <SubStack>oh craaaps
11:40:23  <SubStack>something is going screwy
11:41:08  <SubStack>yeah plenty of free servers but they're not all getting routed to :(
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12:10:16  <SubStack>http://search.npmjs.org/#/epipebomb !!!
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13:02:22  <SubStack>>_<
13:05:16  <Raynos>why does it look like your service is permanently bugged :P
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13:14:15  <SubStack>Raynos: really agressive alert system
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16:30:45  <tanepiper>hmm i thought i set rowbit to be ignored
16:30:51  <tanepiper>i see my irc client ignored me
16:38:01  <isaacs>SubStack: hahaha, you just put a tap test at the end of npm's tests.
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19:12:15  <rowbit>SubStack, pkrumins: These encoders are STILL down: 50.57.223.161(free5)
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19:30:05  * tilgoviquit (Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
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19:50:54  <guybrush>baaaaah what is this EPIPE error
19:51:17  <guybrush>1time out of 10times running a test it sais error: write epipe :/
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20:17:49  <isaacs>guybrush: EPIPE means that yoer 'writing to a socket that has been closed down
20:17:53  <isaacs>guybrush: it's kind of normal.
20:18:18  <isaacs>guybrush: but like, when you do: some-program | head -n10, right? head pipes through 10 lines, then closes, so now that program is gone.
20:18:27  <isaacs>and the original program gets an EPIPE to know that it can't write any more there.
20:19:15  <rowbit>SubStack, pkrumins: Encoders down: 50.57.174.114(dev)
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21:46:09  <SubStack>woo
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22:34:45  <rowbit>SubStack, pkrumins: Encoders down: 184.106.106.66(dev-ie7-1)
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23:13:15  <rowbit>SubStack, pkrumins: These encoders are STILL down: 50.57.223.161(free5)
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23:45:04  <SubStack>http://substack.net/images/dnode.png
23:45:16  <SubStack>and away I go!
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