#silverstripe IRC Log

IRC log for 12 March 2014

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2: [00:04:32] <kim__> unsignedint will take a look now
3: [00:08:30] <Colin[pi]> ugh I think I'm getting a cold
4: [00:08:33] <Colin[pi]> \o/
5: [00:10:55] <Colin[pi]> I know it's a pattern, but do the other popular CMS's use extensions/decorators like SS does?
6: [00:11:28] <simon_w> Drupal and WordPress both use hooks too
7: [00:11:36] <simon_w> Don't know about the other features or CMSs
8: [00:12:15] <Colin[pi]> it find myself using extensions more and more... incredibly useful :)
9: [00:13:10] <antmas> pretty certain jword does too
10: [00:13:33] <kim__> The POST EditForm is coming back with a response of 200 ok but "saving" is not changing
11: [00:13:36] <Colin[pi]> pretty certain it would do it in some retarded fashion also
12: [00:14:16] <simon_w> kim__, what's the content of that response?
13: [00:15:22] <kim__> I see this in part of the response $('Form_EditForm').updateStatus('Saved (update)'); statusMessage('Saved', 'good');Behaviour.addLoader(hideLoading);
14: [00:15:46] <antmas> anyone experiencing Goolge hosted apps issues?
15: [00:17:32] <Colin[pi]> gg Australia: http://talkingpoints.com.au/2014/03/r-p-free-speech-protesters-can-now-charged-750-2-years-gaol-attending-protests-victoria/
16: [00:27:05] <antmas> ^^ that sucks Colin[pi]
17: [00:27:15] <Colin[pi]> dont like the direction this country is heading :\
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19: [00:30:01] <kim__> Some more info - the change is actually made and the button text does go back from saving to save. It is the message to the left that remains "saving"
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24: [00:51:35] <zippy____> cock!
25: [00:51:41] <zippy____> the hinge on my ; key broke
26: [00:51:51] <Colin[pi]> :(
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28: [00:51:58] <zippy____> just brought a new keyboard a couple of months ago after I split coffee on the last one!
29: [00:51:58] <Colin[pi]> the sign of a coder, too many ;
30: [00:52:06] <zippy____> Damn you logitech!
31: [00:52:21] * Colin[pi] strokes his razer blackwidow
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33: [00:54:33] <zippy____> logitech is better… this one's just a dud
34: [00:54:41] <zippy____> UncleCheese: See my mention of phantomcss yesterday
35: [00:55:19] <antmas> who type's ; anyway? Intellisense should pick that up :D
36: [00:55:36] <antmas> types*
37: [00:55:38] <UncleCheese> zippy____: yeah, that's awesome
38: [00:56:23] <simon_w> Who types anyway? You should just be using a butterfly
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42: [01:03:02] <antmas> I need a new home keyboard
43: [01:03:13] <antmas> my razer died no so long ago
44: [01:03:17] <antmas> not*
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53: [01:22:57] <kim__> Anyone have any ideas on why the statusMessage is not updating when saving changes to pages? I do not have any ideas on how to troubleshoot.
54: [01:25:03] <antmas> kim__: which browser?
55: [01:29:07] <kim__> The same result in chrome firefox and ie
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57: [01:39:55] <JonoM> Hi guys, I'm experimenting with the staticpublishqueue module but having a lot of trouble getting it to work properly. First question, can anyone tell me if I should be using the dev-master branch or the 2.0.x-dev branch?
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64: [02:01:03] <travis-ci> [travis-ci] silverstripe/silverstripe-framework#2110 (pulls/3.1-fix-injector-inheritance-bug - 2b106ec : Damian Mooyman): The build has errored.
65: [02:01:03] <travis-ci> [travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-framework/commit/2b106ec9be80
66: [02:01:03] <travis-ci> [travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/silverstripe/silverstripe-framework/builds/20576935
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68: [02:01:17] <Ryan-Toast> antmas: I have this at work: http://www.mightyape.co.nz/product/SteelSeries-6Gv2-Keyboard/19342128
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70: [02:13:48] <zippy____> jezus, that from the 50's
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73: [02:17:32] <antmas> man, ghost css is the worst :<
74: [02:17:45] <Ar10> what is ghost css
75: [02:19:12] <ss23> What is ghost CSS?
76: [02:19:56] <Ryan-Toast> I think he means styles that are being applied from an unknown source?
77: [02:21:00] <simon_w> ss23, ooh, am I stopping an "merge this for a client" pull request? :D
78: [02:24:32] <ss23> lol
79: [02:24:33] <ss23> Which one?
80: [02:24:34] <ss23> :D
81: [02:25:00] <ss23> Just had a conversation here (literally in last 30 seconds) about how it would be good if the only way you could ever get code into the github repo was by having it peer reviewed
82: [02:25:03] <simon_w> framework/#2945
83: [02:25:09] <ss23> No link? :P
84: [02:25:15] <simon_w> That's what's supposed to happen
85: [02:25:21] <simon_w> https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-framework/pull/2945#issuecomment-37368836
86: [02:25:34] <antmas> ah
87: [02:25:36] <antmas> yes
88: [02:25:36] <ss23> lol
89: [02:25:40] <ss23> simon_w: no idea :
90: [02:25:41] <ss23> :P
91: [02:25:42] <antmas> random css file that I can't track down
92: [02:26:06] <simon_w> ss23, is a pull request from a SS guy that seems hurried :p
93: [02:26:25] <antmas> how is code NOT being peer reviewed? o.O
94: [02:26:30] <antmas> that's terrible
95: [02:26:38] <ss23> simon_w: Maybe he just wants to do it :D
96: [02:27:03] <Jakx> ss23, I was under the impression that that is how it was :S
97: [02:27:08] <ss23> No no
98: [02:27:09] <simon_w> antmas, all code except minor changes has to go through a pull request
99: [02:27:13] <ss23> That's policy, but not enforced technically
100: [02:27:23] <ss23> The discussion was about putting a technical limitation in place
101: [02:27:30] <Jakx> ss23, I got that impression from tractorcow
102: [02:27:42] <antmas> oh
103: [02:28:02] <simon_w> Jakx, you can get the impression that form field scaffolding is a bad idea from him too :p
104: [02:28:29] <Jakx> simon_w, oh :S aha.
105: [02:28:30] <zippy____> Ar10: Hello
106: [02:29:29] <Ar10> I still have issue with Memory over flow.
107: [02:29:46] <simon_w> "I really hope you scrutinise everyone's commits to ths extent."
108: [02:29:54] <simon_w> Oh man, now he's playing a sob card!
109: [02:29:59] <simon_w> :D
110: [02:30:51] <zippy____> Ar10: o/ in here
111: [02:30:55] <Jakx> on a side note: I'm not a Skrillex fan, but the production in his new album is immaculate. https://soundcloud.com/tommertoms/sets/recess-skrillex
112: [02:31:26] <zippy____> not on spotify? :(
113: [02:31:42] <Jakx> zippy____, I suspect it's a leak. A few days early from release.
114: [02:33:46] <Ryan-Toast> Jakx: Interesting direction.
115: [02:34:40] <Jakx> ^
116: [02:36:06] <Ryan-Toast> Jakx: Do you like electrohouse?
117: [02:36:51] <Jakx> Ryan-Toast, yeah - I'm more of a DnB fan myself, but I have an appreciation for the musical elements of most electronic genre's.
118: [02:37:19] <zippy____> im not 100% if this is actually legit..
119: [02:37:19] <antmas> I'll have a listen
120: [02:37:23] <Ryan-Toast> Jakx: I have a playlist that I've been putting together for awhile if you're looking for some music: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL016DF490B141ECBD
121: [02:37:35] <Ryan-Toast> lower down the list = newer.
122: [02:38:11] <antmas> phwoar I like it
123: [02:38:18] <antmas> Dstep is my guilty pleaser
124: [02:38:23] <antmas> pleasure*
125: [02:38:55] <Ryan-Toast> I don't really like Dubstep unless I'm really trashed.
126: [02:39:02] <Ryan-Toast> So every second day.
127: [02:39:21] <Jakx> Ryan-Toast, lol
128: [02:39:52] <Jakx> Ryan-Toast, this is a good looking playlist man - it really diversifies as it goes through. Thanks for the link man. I'm sure my TV will rinse this in weeks to come!
129: [02:40:17] <Ryan-Toast> Jakx: Hope you enjoy it :)
130: [02:40:36] <zippy____> If I extend an object via DataExtension, will my method call override the item im extending?
131: [02:40:54] <antmas> I usually hate dstep and dnb when there are ANY lyrics
132: [02:41:00] <antmas> MCs are so lame :/
133: [02:41:14] <antmas> unless it's just samples
134: [02:41:55] <zippy____> antmas: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oIEEIif21g4 ?
135: [02:42:06] <Jakx> haha, I don't even need to click on that to know what it is
136: [02:42:12] <zippy____> :)
137: [02:42:19] <antmas> zippy____: come ooooonnnnnn
138: [02:42:21] <antmas> :P
139: [02:42:27] <antmas> I'm not that easy
140: [02:42:30] <antmas> :D
141: [02:42:38] <zippy____> has lyrics… can't say it's a bad track
142: [02:42:54] <Ryan-Toast> at least link the HD version...http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T3yPyc5ZdNs&hd=1
143: [02:43:17] <zippy____> Ryan-Toast: No love for Paul Van Dyk on your list?
144: [02:43:20] <antmas> overplayed though
145: [02:43:38] <Jakx> Ryan-Toast, looool. Why can't we all just forget this song exists?
146: [02:43:47] <Ryan-Toast> Jakx: :P
147: [02:44:00] <Jakx> antmas, this is a serious suggestion: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P1-7oQpFbwg
148: [02:44:16] <Jakx> both for dnb & vocal appreciation
149: [02:44:24] <Ryan-Toast> this is a really good DnB mix: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xku73eTsGIQ&hd=1
150: [02:44:41] <antmas> Jakx: yeah I know this one
151: [02:44:51] <Jakx> ^_^
152: [02:44:53] <antmas> like I said I *usually* hate lyrics
153: [02:44:58] <antmas> not all the time
154: [02:45:25] <Jakx> based on that alone - I respect your taste haha, and agree.
155: [02:45:25] <Ryan-Toast> I find lyrical DnB gives you that sweet sweet Frission most of the time.
156: [02:45:44] <antmas> Make it Bun Dem is almost bad to me
157: [02:45:49] <antmas> but I don't mind some Marley :P
158: [02:47:20] <antmas> soundcloud is tits
159: [02:48:48] <antmas> this Recess has some Pretty Lights vibes
160: [02:49:08] <zippy____> nuts
161: [02:49:47] <zippy____> If there is a theme template in a module, which I want to override in my theme…. but the module comes after the theme folder… the module theme will always get used first?
162: [02:55:03] <simon_w> No
163: [02:55:11] <simon_w> Theme should win
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166: [02:58:39] <Colin[pi]> now they're saying that plane was flying for over an hour in a different direction and they've been searching the wrong area... whaaaa
167: [02:59:40] <zippy____> simon_w: This is a SS 2.4 site
168: [03:00:17] <Colin[pi]> zippy: it will override by alpha order then I think
169: [03:07:00] <Colin[pi]> just wrote an entire email in Portuguese... think I should stick to PHP
170: [03:12:32] <Ryan-Toast> huehuehuehue
171: [03:13:14] <Colin[pi]> kkkkkkkk
172: [03:13:17] <Colin[pi]> br br
173: [03:13:28] <Ryan-Toast> i report yu
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175: [03:18:14] <antmas> blegh Ellie Goulding
176: [03:18:56] <Ryan-Toast> antmas: ?
177: [03:19:09] <antmas> one of her songs came on the radio
178: [03:19:11] <antmas> HATE
179: [03:19:31] <Ryan-Toast> I like Ellie goulding
180: [03:20:13] <antmas> can't stand her
181: [03:20:25] <Ryan-Toast> In a genre filled with misogyny it's nice to have some good looking bitches.
182: [03:21:01] <antmas> I prefer Banks - wish she'd do more collabs
183: [03:22:42] <antmas> dat voice
184: [03:25:40] <antmas> phwaor that co-pilot has been up to some naughty shit
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187: [03:27:43] <Colin[pi]> lol yeah
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189: [03:32:04] <Ryan-Toast> antmas: I want more foxes remixes. Dat voice.
190: [03:32:33] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: haven't heard any - linkity?
191: [03:32:58] <Ryan-Toast> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aemEQYNZkyY
192: [03:33:58] <antmas> not bad!
193: [03:34:35] <antmas> is she the voice for Clarity?
194: [03:34:49] <Ryan-Toast> Yeah: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JMJ6KfB_GLc&list=PL016DF490B141ECBD&index=146
195: [03:34:55] <antmas> thought so
196: [03:35:11] <antmas> <3 Zedd
197: [03:36:56] <antmas> I quite like Fiora too
198: [03:38:13] * ss23 puts on some Muse
199: [03:38:28] <ss23> I'll show you the guard falls asleep on the job, AND HOW CAN WE WIN, WHEN FOOLS CAN BE KINGS?
200: [03:38:34] <ss23> Don't waste your time or time will waste you!
201: [03:39:11] <ss23> wahhahahahahhaahhahahahaahah
202: [03:39:13] <ss23> DUDNUDNDUDNDUNDDUNDUDDNU
203: [03:39:26] <ss23> NO ONES GUNNA TAKE ME ALIVE
204: [03:39:31] <ss23> THE TIME HAS COME TO MAKE THINGS RIGHT
205: [03:39:39] <ss23> YOU AND I MUST FIGHT FOR OUR RIGHTS
206: [03:39:44] <ss23> YOU AND I MUST FIGHT TO SURVIVE
207: [03:40:16] <antmas> ss23: old Muse > new Muse
208: [03:40:25] <ss23> Is this album old or new? :P
209: [03:40:34] <ss23> I presume this album was the "new muse" point for you?
210: [03:40:44] <antmas> yeah :P
211: [03:42:38] <ss23> Fine, I'll some Absolution next
212: [03:42:49] <ss23> I've exposed your lies baby!
213: [03:42:55] <antmas> ^^ better
214: [03:42:55] <antmas> :D
215: [03:44:11] <antmas> love this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q5_Q__mSYV8
216: [03:44:22] <Jakx> ss23, the song -> text thing is working. Can I request the Zelda theme next?
217: [03:44:46] <ss23> XD
218: [03:46:45] <Jakx> I think it goes something like, dah dah dah dadadadaaaaah dahdahdahdaaah dahdahdahda dahdah dah...
219: [03:46:53] <ss23> THIS IS THE END
220: [03:46:56] <ss23> OF THE WORLD!
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222: [03:51:17] <Ar10> I wondering its SS IRC
223: [03:51:31] <Ar10> :P
224: [03:51:49] <ss23> Ar10: I'm playing the music at the SilverStripe Wellington office speakers!
225: [03:51:52] <ss23> Totally counts as relevant
226: [03:51:55] <ss23> :D
227: [03:51:59] <Ar10> haha
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239: [04:30:01] <travis-ci> [travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-framework/compare/60bcce992139...366ac6baa464
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271: [06:43:14] <simon_w|air> Colin[pi], look how seriously overpaid this job is: http://www.seek.com.au/job/26149985
272: [06:45:34] <simon_w|air> If the job is solely HTML+CSS stuff, I'd be way to bored to do it though :(
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288: [07:34:19] <wmk> g'morning everyone
289: [07:34:24] <Tanger> Mornin'
290: [07:34:29] <Tanger> Afternoon
291: [07:34:34] <wmk> UncleCheese_, around?
292: [07:34:52] <UncleCheese_> hi
293: [07:35:09] <wmk> i just wondered if i can upgrade event_calendar from 2.4 to 3.1 quite easily
294: [07:35:19] <wmk> is the 3.x version compatible?
295: [07:35:24] <wmk> dataobjects and so
296: [07:35:37] <wmk> or did anything serious change?
297: [07:37:07] <Tanger> hey folks, is it possible to intercept files added to an UploadField and sort them out before they write? So if I upload like 5, is there a hook to manipulate those uploaded files before they get saved to the record?
298: [07:37:47] <wmk> Tanger, onBeforeWrite in your dataobject?
299: [07:37:54] <Tanger> Ideally
300: [07:38:03] <Tanger> I could subclass UploadField I guess
301: [07:38:09] <wmk> there you go
302: [07:38:14] <wmk> subclass is another possibility
303: [07:38:17] <Tanger> It'd be easier to handle what I want to do on the actual data object though
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305: [07:38:31] <Tanger> Sorry, the data object containing the uploadfield
306: [07:39:36] <wmk> yup. what do you want to change? filter something out?
307: [07:40:52] <Tanger> So, I have an image type of class and I want it to handle multiple uploads differently. namely, when a user drags, say, 5 images into the field, I want the image class to more or less clone itself 4 more times, keeping a one-to-one with each image only
308: [07:40:54] <wmk> UncleCheese_, you got my message about event_calendar upgrade above?
309: [07:41:09] <UncleCheese_> they're not compatible at all
310: [07:41:18] <UncleCheese_> different schemas, different APIs
311: [07:41:30] <wmk> UncleCheese_, hmm. that's bad. is there an upgrade task available?
312: [07:41:49] <UncleCheese_> no
313: [07:41:54] <wmk> :(
314: [07:41:58] <UncleCheese_> i mean, they're not that incommensurate, actually
315: [07:42:05] <simon_w|air> Colin[pi], I'm blaming your for your Department of Defence's xenophobic approach to security clearance :p
316: [07:42:14] <UncleCheese_> but it's not a turnkey upgrade iether
317: [07:42:48] <wmk> UncleCheese_, ok, then i have to dig in a bit when upgrading.
318: [07:42:49] <ss23> Is it different in other countries?
319: [07:43:11] <wmk> UncleCheese_, thanks for the info
320: [07:44:16] <wmk> Tanger, that sounds like a dataobject has_many images to me
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322: [07:44:54] <wmk> or do you have Image1...5 hardcoded as has_one?
323: [07:45:41] <Tanger> I'd rather keep them as has_one's if possible, that way it's one uploaded image per HeaderImage (My data object)
324: [07:46:24] <wmk> ah. user uploads images and you want n dataobjects?
325: [07:46:43] <wmk> and dataobjects related to e.g. a page?
326: [07:47:38] <Tanger> Yeah. So HeaderImage is a DataObject that has a has_one field for uploads. So when the user drags in like 5 images, it creates 5 HeaderImage objects, each with one of the 5 uploaded files
327: [07:47:56] <wmk> how about gridfield bulk editing tools?
328: [07:48:31] <wmk> http://addons.silverstripe.org/add-ons/colymba/gridfield-bulk-editing-tools
329: [07:48:42] <wmk> this does the job
330: [07:49:05] <Tanger> Ah!
331: [07:49:29] <Tanger> Brilliant! I shall read through this then. Thanks a tonne man!
332: [07:49:52] <wmk> np
333: [07:54:07] <Ar10> Gent! i have got this mystery in ss
334: [07:54:14] <ss23> Share the mystery! :O
335: [07:54:38] <Ar10> :)
336: [07:54:45] <Ar10> http://www.falconsfc.com.au/season-2014/calendar/ check this link
337: [07:55:11] <Ar10> u could see facebook like page in right hand bottom
338: [07:55:54] <wmk> yup
339: [07:56:10] <wmk> Ar10, and where's the mystery?
340: [07:56:28] <Ar10> When i clicked on view page source the HTML is very different
341: [07:56:41] <Ar10> and its pointing to some weird wrong page
342: [07:57:56] <wmk> ? i see a facebook likebox plugin
343: [07:58:01] <Ar10> yes
344: [07:58:44] <Ar10> i searched the keyword "claremontfc" through grep command
345: [07:58:51] <wmk> what's different in html? if it's more you could paste some code e.g. at sspaste.com
346: [07:58:52] <Ar10> and in database
347: [07:59:17] <Ar10> ok
348: [07:59:26] <wmk> oh, everything inside the plugin is delivered by facebook
349: [07:59:30] <wmk> it's an iframe included
350: [07:59:41] <wmk> so the link shows the wrong fb fanpage?
351: [08:00:22] <wmk> did you search in templates, too?
352: [08:00:24] <Ar10> yes thats right
353: [08:00:42] <Ar10> yes i have searched in all template files
354: [08:01:08] <wmk> well, http://www.claremontfc.com.au/ looks quite similar
355: [08:01:17] <wmk> i bet the theme is just copied
356: [08:01:31] <Ar10> yes it was develoepd by same developer
357: [08:01:49] <wmk> grep for facebook? i dunno how the plugin is included. can be hardcoded in template, can be in database (siteconfig extension...)
358: [08:02:20] <Ar10> i greped for claremontfc
359: [08:02:25] <wmk> Ar10, this only happens in eventcalendar module?
360: [08:02:35] <wmk> then check the modules folder, too
361: [08:02:35] <Ar10> yes that is right
362: [08:02:59] <Ar10> only in eventcalendar
363: [08:04:33] <Ar10> oh yes !! its in Calender layout
364: [08:04:40] <wmk> ;)
365: [08:04:50] * wmk goes for a coffee
366: [08:04:52] <Ar10> i wonder how it did got missed in grep
367: [08:04:55] <Ar10> hahaha
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370: [08:05:10] <Ar10> cheers wmk
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372: [08:10:49] <ss23> willr: holy fucking shit
373: [08:10:54] <ss23> willr: How the fucking fuck shit did we miss that?
374: [08:12:06] <ss23> willr: You here?
375: [08:12:06] <Ar10> i knw right :P
376: [08:12:08] * ss23 shakes willr
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378: [08:13:58] <wmk> ss23, countenance
379: [08:14:12] <ss23> What is countenance?
380: [08:14:17] <ss23> ;_;
381: [08:14:23] <ss23> Google doesn't give me a good idea of what it means in this context
382: [08:15:02] <ss23> OH COME ON willr HOW ARE YOU NOT ON YOU JUST REPLIED TO AN EMAIL A WHILE AGO
383: [08:16:11] <wmk> a french term for sth like composure, ss23
384: [08:16:24] <ss23> I see
385: [08:16:31] <ss23> This bug that just got reported is kind of mindblowing
386: [08:16:32] <ss23> :P
387: [08:17:01] <wmk> ;) official bug or your project?
388: [08:17:17] <ss23> Official bug :P
389: [08:17:20] <ss23> SilverStripe relaeted
390: [08:17:26] <wmk> oh.. link?
391: [08:17:57] <ss23> haha, not public
392: [08:17:58] <ss23> :P
393: [08:18:02] <ss23> That's why I want to PM willr about it@
394: [08:18:03] <wmk> ok
395: [08:21:09] <ss23> Fine wmk
396: [08:21:10] <ss23> eh
397: [08:21:13] <ss23> Fine willr*
398: [08:21:14] * ss23 cries
399: [08:21:14] <ss23> :(
400: [08:21:16] <ss23> IGNORE ME
401: [08:21:17] <ss23> I DON'T EVEN CARE
402: [08:21:44] <willr> SORRY
403: [08:21:54] <ss23> :D
404: [08:21:55] <willr> It blew my mind as well
405: [08:21:57] <ss23> lol
406: [08:21:59] <willr> like couldn't be
407: [08:22:05] * howardgrigg quit (Remote host closed the connection)
408: [08:22:09] <ss23> willr: Do you mind if I reply to him on Github with a nice "We are glad you reported!" message?
409: [08:22:15] <ss23> Not sure if you've contacted him yet
410: [08:22:20] <willr> I haven
411: [08:22:24] <ss23> kk
412: [08:22:25] <willr> haven't
413: [08:22:25] <ss23> I will reply
414: [08:24:06] <simon_w|air> To be successful in this role you will have:
415: [08:24:07] <simon_w|air> ? Very strong Linux experience
416: [08:24:07] <simon_w|air> ? Very strong Windows experience
417: [08:24:07] <simon_w|air> What crazy person has both of those?
418: [08:24:13] <ss23> haha simon_w|air
419: [08:24:19] <ss23> tbh, I know of literally no one XD
420: [08:24:31] <simon_w|air> Usually you go for one or the other
421: [08:24:34] <ss23> this is some seriously satisfying bubblewrap here atm...
422: [08:24:49] <simon_w|air> Next requirement:
423: [08:24:49] <simon_w|air> "Experience working in an enterprise environment"
424: [08:24:51] <simon_w|air> Screw that
425: [08:24:59] <ss23> lol
426: [08:25:05] <wmk> simon_w, define enterprise env
427: [08:25:14] <ss23> wmk: If you wear a suit, it's an enterprise environment
428: [08:25:15] <simon_w|air> wmk, screw that too!
429: [08:25:26] <wmk> ss23, sh...
430: [08:25:36] <wmk> simon_w, playing bullshit bingo?
431: [08:25:51] <ss23> Other signs of being enterprise are things like using the word "cloud" to refer to your hosting (within teams, marketing obiovulsy doens't count)
432: [08:26:06] <ss23> If you run a layer7 firewall, you may be infected wiht the "enterprise"!
433: [08:26:34] <simon_w|air> "Please note - candidates must be Australian Citizens"
434: [08:26:34] <simon_w|air> The number of times I see that...
435: [08:27:46] <ss23> simon_w|air: You did pick a bad place to move to if you can't get clearance :P
436: [08:28:02] <simon_w|air> I didn't pick it though! :p
437: [08:28:05] * Robke quit (Quit: Page closed)
438: [08:28:31] <simon_w|air> Also, check out the pay package on http://www.seek.com.au/job/26149985
439: [08:29:06] <ss23> wtf
440: [08:29:12] <ss23> I just realised, in our "sevirty rating"...
441: [08:29:20] <ss23> Critical == directory traversal
442: [08:29:24] <ss23> Important == SQLi
443: [08:29:25] <ss23> >.>
444: [08:29:40] <ss23> Pretty sure in a lot of sites I could leverage a sqli to get rce...
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446: [08:30:23] <ss23> oh god
447: [08:30:24] * ss23 cries
448: [08:30:26] <simon_w|air> INSERT INTO SiteTree (Content) VALUES (SELECT INFILE /etc/shadow)
449: [08:30:30] <simon_w|air> or whatever it is
450: [08:30:32] <ss23> simon_w|air: ++
451: [08:30:39] <ss23> or select into outfile /var/www/shellz.php
452: [08:30:39] <ss23> :P
453: [08:30:48] <zippy____> uh oh
454: [08:31:00] <simon_w|air> This is why you should stick with ext/mysql!
455: [08:31:15] <ss23> lol what, mysql supports sqli too, simon_w|air!
456: [08:31:28] <simon_w|air> ss23, doesn't support multiple statements though
457: [08:31:30] <ss23> Another reasonably high profile site is using forums module
458: [08:31:31] <ss23> :(
459: [08:31:44] <ss23> simon_w|air: yeah, but you can normally nest to get what you need done
460: [08:31:58] <simon_w|air> Oh right, no one cares about CSRF
461: [08:31:59] <ss23> simon_w|air: select sadfasfasdf union all select '<lolphp' into outfile...
462: [08:32:07] <ss23> simon_w|air: Bullfuckingshit they don't care >.>
463: [08:32:41] <simon_w|air> ss23, the difficulty of adding the CSRF protection to non-forms shows just how much of an afterthought it is
464: [08:33:00] <willr> noobs
465: [08:33:04] <ss23> simon_w|air: I don't really give a fuck how much of an afterthought it is for the people who made the module or whatever, I give a fuck *now*
466: [08:33:05] <zippy____> :)
467: [08:33:16] <ss23> like, what the fucking shit how are people running this in prod
468: [08:33:16] <ss23> :/
469: [08:33:30] <ss23> ANYWAY simon_w|air THIS IS CONFIDENTIAL ISSUE
470: [08:33:35] <ss23> DON'T LEAK INFO FROM THE SECURITY LIST OKAY
471: [08:33:42] <simon_w|air> ss23, I'm not on the list!
472: [08:33:47] <ss23> lol
473: [08:33:53] <ss23> Fine, DON'T LEAK CONDIENTIAL INFO FROM THE GITHUBZ
474: [08:34:00] <ss23> If you'll see, the issue has been *edited*!
475: [08:34:02] <simon_w|air> Yet am probably the core developer that cares the most about this
476: [08:34:09] <simon_w|air> ss23, MY EMAIL ISN'T EDITED
477: [08:34:15] <ss23> simon_w|air: Yeah well luckily for you I'm not a core dev, otherwise you wouldn't have that honor
478: [08:34:18] <ss23> :P
479: [08:34:54] <simon_w|air> ss23, so, when's 3.1.4 happening?
480: [08:35:08] <ss23> simon_w|air: Ingo has no time to do it, and I'm not a core dev. So idk
481: [08:35:09] <wmk> when happened 3.1.3?
482: [08:35:26] <wmk> must have overseen this
483: [08:35:31] <ss23> was a security release
484: [08:35:37] <zippy____> 9 days ago~
485: [08:35:38] <wmk> omg
486: [08:35:41] <ss23> simon_w|air: afaik most of the shit doesn't even have patches yet...
487: [08:36:03] <simon_w|air> ss23, I even sent patches with my reports!
488: [08:36:13] <wmk> wasn't 3.1.2 a week ago? where does time go
489: [08:36:40] <zippy____> 3.1.2 was october
490: [08:37:07] <ss23> simon_w|air: DIDN'T APPLY CLEANLY OR SOMETHING
491: [08:37:11] <ss23> simon_w|air: idk honestly, I haven't tried
492: [08:37:19] <simon_w|air> ss23, did when I sent them
493: [08:37:20] <ss23> simon_w|air: I'm not a core dev, so I don't consider it my responsiubility to do core dev shit
494: [08:37:39] <simon_w|air> ss23, yeah, and I'm not allowed to commit them because *security*
495: [08:37:57] <ss23> lol
496: [08:38:16] <ss23> Preaching to the choir man, you know I feel strongly about SS's current security posture :P
497: [08:38:32] <simon_w|air> You make it sound like they have one! :p
498: [08:38:56] <ss23> I'll have to know, slouching and chronic back problems are technically a "posture"
499: [08:39:00] <ss23> :D
500: [08:39:58] <simon_w|air> I should hurry up and finish that disclosure site.
501: [08:40:10] <ss23> idk why you need a "site" for it
502: [08:40:15] <ss23> Most people just use a blog
503: [08:40:28] <simon_w|air> Because my blogs aren't the place for it
504: [08:40:37] <simon_w|air> Ooh, I could use WordPress!
505: [08:40:47] <zippy____> so would the blog module be susceptable to the trackback ping of dooms that people do with wordpress?
506: [08:41:08] <ss23> simon_w|air: Just use the github built in shit?
507: [08:41:25] <ss23> zippy____: I haven't used blog module, but knowing ss modules, isn't it more likely no one got around to writing the pingback code?
508: [08:41:29] <ss23> :D
509: [08:41:57] <simon_w|air> zippy____, https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-blog/commit/d351d33621f79fe7e3be5e7033823216007d2c9d says no
510: [08:42:32] <zippy____> ah yeap, I thought I hadn't seen it recently, but when I searched earlier I saw this; http://www.silverstripe.org/blog-module-forum/show/16260
511: [08:42:38] <zippy____> so just pre 3.x then
512: [08:43:45] <willr> ss23 I feel bad for not submitting a patch but I've got a 9am deadline
513: [08:43:51] <ss23> lol
514: [08:43:54] <ss23> yeah,
515: [08:43:59] <ss23> It's too much work for me to whip out while tired too
516: [08:44:00] <willr> I would if I could! It makes me sick to think of that
517: [08:44:02] <ss23> simon_w|air: Wanna write a patch? :D
518: [08:44:07] <willr> Get a shot in ya
519: [08:44:12] <willr> you'll be fine
520: [08:44:14] <ss23> haha
521: [08:44:23] <ss23> willr: Honestly, if no one can pick it up tomorrow, I'll ditch all my work and fix it
522: [08:44:37] <simon_w|air> ss23, that won't get landed for two months or so? Meh :p
523: [08:44:45] <Shrike_Finland> Anyone tested MAMP 3 with SilverStripe 3.1.x? I'm getting: Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 1073741824 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 130968 bytes) in …/framework/core/manifest/ConfigStaticManifest.php on line 519
524: [08:45:09] <zippy____> Shrike_Finland: I run mamp with SS 3.1x and am fine
525: [08:45:18] <zippy____> Shrike_Finland: You increased your memory? (large site?)
526: [08:45:32] <Shrike_Finland> I have 512MB on memory and tested even 1024
527: [08:45:37] <ss23> simon_w|air: Won't get landed? If this vuln, it's in forum right, so we can patch it out of band and NOT GIVE A FUCK
528: [08:45:37] <zippy____> ahh
529: [08:45:47] <ss23> simon_w|air: Besides, this is, IMO, critical, like if we don't get a fix ready tomorrow I'll be fucking mad.
530: [08:46:02] <zippy____> Shrike_Finland: I have seen that issue if you run a command line script, and then try and run browser script (different php versions)
531: [08:46:08] <zippy____> Shrike_Finland: blow away all cache and try
532: [08:47:11] <Shrike_Finland> Zippy___: great tip!
533: [08:48:01] <zippy____> Shrike_Finland: You should run both the command line and apache php with same version.
534: [08:48:17] <zippy____> Shrike_Finland: In your ~/.bash_profile put in. export PATH="/Applications/MAMP/bin/php/php5.4.10/bin:${PATH}"
535: [08:48:28] <zippy____> or 5.3.20 if you run that instead
536: [08:48:32] <ss23> I hate how complicated certain parts of SS are, e.g. errorcontrolchain and configmanifest
537: [08:48:45] <zippy____> ss23: mmhmm
538: [08:49:02] <zippy____> ss23: and sometimes you need to flush, and other times not - weird inconsistancy
539: [08:49:26] <ss23> rm -rf /tmp/silverstripe*
540: [08:49:27] <ss23> o/
541: [08:49:31] <zippy____> lol
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543: [08:49:39] <ocm> howdy!
544: [08:49:40] <Shrike_Finland> :D
545: [08:49:40] <zippy____> is that a bash aliash - super-flush
546: [08:51:09] <ss23> XD
547: [08:51:30] <zippy____> flush-the-toliet -- that'd be better :)
548: [08:51:30] <ss23> ?flush=hyper
549: [08:51:32] <ss23> HYPERFLSUH
550: [08:52:35] <simon_w|air> ss23, looks like I'm going to have to send some more emails to security tomorrow
551: [08:52:51] <ss23> simon_w|air: Which ones? Just reminders, or more bugs?
552: [08:52:59] <simon_w|air> ss23, more bugs
553: [08:53:05] <ss23> That's good :D
554: [08:53:08] <ss23> simon_w|air: core?
555: [08:53:12] <simon_w|air> yup
556: [08:53:15] <ss23> sweeeeet
557: [08:54:21] <zippy____> mmm so… when it's been a month since the last release, should go bug hunting for a security issue to force a release :)
558: [08:54:31] <ss23> XD
559: [08:54:39] <ss23> Implying we do a release when someone finds security bugs...
560: [08:54:39] <ss23> :P
561: [08:54:50] <ss23> tbh, we rely way too much on Ingo for releases
562: [08:55:40] <zippy____> wow… mollom finally implemented my pricing changes after 6 months!
563: [08:57:21] <zippy____> ss23: yes that is what im saying :)
564: [08:57:36] <ss23> Jokes on you, you're not on the security list to see...
565: [08:57:37] <ss23> :P
566: [08:59:03] <Shrike_Finland> zippy___: It worked! Trashing all cache files and enough memory -> MAMP3 works nicely with SS3.x
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568: [09:07:22] <ss23> Whats the property (or method?) for the description of a page in CMS
569: [09:07:28] <ss23> e.g. "A standard content page" for the Page type?
570: [09:08:00] <ss23> ah, goti t
571: [09:10:44] <zippy____> On my SS 2.4 website, I want to add a couple more fields to the EditableFormField (DataObject in the userforms). I am going to extend it with a DataObjectDecorator - but I need to modify a function in the EditableFormField. So… how does that work with the decorator, if I call the function the same - will my method override it?
572: [09:14:00] <willr> zippy____ does the function you want to edit have an extend() call?
573: [09:14:30] <zippy____> no
574: [09:17:19] <zippy____> am I better off to extend the class normally then
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587: [09:41:49] <headtrip> hey guys
588: [09:42:18] <headtrip> some of my request to silverstripe projects take very long
589: [09:42:23] <headtrip> around 6-7 seconds
590: [09:42:31] <ss23> That is a long time!
591: [09:42:35] <headtrip> usually the request need 350ms to be finished
592: [09:42:47] <zippy____> ok
593: [09:43:09] <headtrip> you could test it yourself if you want to: http://www.eba-ag.de
594: [09:43:44] <ss23> Hmm
595: [09:43:46] <simon_w|air> headtrip, There's a blog post about this sort of thing: http://www.silverstripe.org/improving-silverstripe-performance/
596: [09:43:47] <ss23> Doesn't look too complex
597: [09:43:50] <ss23> lol
598: [09:43:51] <ss23> There totally is
599: [09:43:52] <ss23> :D
600: [09:44:30] <headtrip> simon_w|air: allready activated apc, i am on a vps and i am using partial caching!
601: [09:45:27] <micmania1> headtrip: looks familiar: http://medicalbootcamp.co.uk/ :p
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603: [09:45:30] <ocm> what are the specs of your vps headtrip?
604: [09:46:02] <headtrip> micmania1: we only do cms for ready html, we do not do webdesign
605: [09:46:43] <ocm> micmania1 I guess both come from themeforest.com
606: [09:46:45] <ocm> I've seen that one before
607: [09:47:10] <micmania1> headtrip ocm: yeah, I worked on the medical bootcamp one
608: [09:47:34] <headtrip> Dell PowerEdge™
609: [09:47:36] <ocm> oh, nice! haha
610: [09:47:43] <micmania1> both silverstripe sites
611: [09:47:47] <headtrip> 1 GB RAM
612: [09:48:05] <headtrip> 2 x 6 Cores Intel® Xeon®
613: [09:48:06] <ocm> brb, out for a smoke
614: [09:49:29] <headtrip> http://veranstaltungswerbung-ambia.de same server, same problem
615: [09:50:23] <zippy____> headtrip: is there a cron or something running every minute which is backing up the DB or something? Can you watch the processes on the server and see if you notice anything high at the same time?
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617: [09:50:43] <headtrip> no rights for htop or something :(
618: [09:51:59] <headtrip> same project on localhost: no problem
619: [09:52:36] <Py^k> hoohahh
620: [09:52:50] <Py^k> 3 monitors, and space with a fourth!
621: [09:52:58] <Py^k> space for*
622: [09:53:01] <wmk> headtrip, network problem?
623: [09:53:10] <wmk> it loads fine over here
624: [09:53:16] <headtrip> no its the processing time
625: [09:53:23] <headtrip> yeah it loads fine most of the time
626: [09:53:26] <wmk> which url exactly?
627: [09:53:32] <headtrip> do around 50 request
628: [09:53:40] <headtrip> you will get at least one with 7 seconds load time
629: [09:54:11] <wmk> atm i have about 500ms
630: [09:54:50] <zippy____> which makes me think the server is doing something - ask the hsoting company
631: [09:54:59] <wmk> for the page alone, with all about 1.8s
632: [09:57:40] <headtrip> already asked them zippy
633: [09:57:47] <headtrip> they tell me its my software
634: [09:59:49] <wmk> headtrip, see http://www.silverstripe.org/improving-silverstripe-performance/ the Profiling section
635: [09:59:54] <wmk> maybe it can help you a bit
636: [10:00:16] <wmk> maybe the long times come from flushed / invaldated caches
637: [10:00:24] <wmk> from time to time
638: [10:00:32] <wmk> but the rest of it seems fine.
639: [10:03:07] <headtrip> how can i solve this?
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641: [10:04:29] <micmania1> headtrip: do you know what is taking so long to load?
642: [10:05:16] <micmania1> http://doc.silverstripe.org/framework/en/reference/urlvariabletools
643: [10:05:39] <micmania1> Use ?showqueries=1 and ?debug_request=1
644: [10:05:53] <micmania1> They might give you an indication as to what is causing the slow speed.
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647: [10:12:17] <kinglozzer> Py^k: Jelly, I have 2 - don't know how I ever survived with 1
648: [10:12:36] <Py^k> kinglozzer: I used to have 3, one in portrait.
649: [10:12:41] <Py^k> was dreamy
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654: [10:25:50] <ocm> back again
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656: [10:26:36] <ocm> headtrip, how many websites are you serving from the Server? 1GB RAM seems not like a lot for multiple sites from a VPS to me
657: [10:27:24] <headtrip> 3 site
658: [10:27:25] <headtrip> s
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660: [10:30:58] <stripee> how can this be implemented?
661: [10:31:04] <stripee> In cms admin model, sitetree contains pages in ascending order of created date.I want them to be displayed in descending order.
662: [10:32:12] <headtrip> micmania1: ok i debugged it with showqueries, got a 9.5 seconds request and the SQL Queries look fine with under 1ms for all of them
663: [10:32:48] <micmania1> you might just need more power
664: [10:33:12] <headtrip> hm
665: [10:33:29] <headtrip> on simple webpacks this error does not occure
666: [10:33:51] <micmania1> Have you checked things like file permissions to ensure caching is working?
667: [10:34:33] <headtrip> yep
668: [10:34:43] <headtrip> like giving permissions to silverstripe-cache ?
669: [10:35:42] <micmania1> yeah
670: [10:35:52] <headtrip> yep
671: [10:35:59] <micmania1> I think its supposed to write to /tmp first through. silverstripe-cache is for if it can't.
672: [10:36:21] <headtrip> i cant write to /tmp on a VPS
673: [10:36:25] <headtrip> managed*
674: [10:36:48] <micmania1> ok, silverstripe-cache should be fine.
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676: [10:37:34] <micmania1> it sounds like your either need more power or your server is doing something funny.
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678: [10:38:13] <headtrip> i dont think its the power, these projects on the server arent very often visited
679: [10:38:15] <ocm> micmania1; I would suggest putting more RAM in there
680: [10:38:22] <ocm> 1GB is fairly poor if you are looking for performace
681: [10:38:25] <ocm> performance
682: [10:38:42] <ocm> what kind of OS are you running headtrip? CentOS? Ubuntu?
683: [10:38:55] <headtrip> could it be that another VPS on the same rack is leeching power?
684: [10:39:56] <ocm> if your provider is overselling
685: [10:40:12] <ocm> or bad configuration on the virtualization
686: [10:40:33] <ocm> do you have root access by ssh?
687: [10:40:54] <headtrip> no its a managed server
688: [10:41:02] <headtrip> they dont tell me which os
689: [10:41:03] <ocm> shared vps perhaps?
690: [10:41:04] <wmk> headtrip, when a project isn't visited often then partial cache could have invalidated
691: [10:41:19] <wmk> how about static publisher for pages that are NOT dynamic?
692: [10:41:48] <headtrip> wmk: yes might be but the error with the slow request appears after reloading the page several times, so it is not the partial cache
693: [10:42:16] <ocm> hm; headtrip I am checking the provided url
694: [10:42:20] <ocm> and it seems quite speedy here
695: [10:42:27] <headtrip> yes it is of course
696: [10:42:29] <Py^k> stripee: either change the object's default sort
697: [10:42:30] <stripee> In cms admin model, sitetree contains pages in ascending order of created date.I want them to be displayed in descending order.can anyone put some light on it??
698: [10:42:35] <headtrip> but some requests are slow
699: [10:42:40] <Py^k> or click the button at the top of the modeladmin
700: [10:43:07] <headtrip> usually: http://img.xrmb2.net/images/925769.png sometimes: http://img.xrmb2.net/images/159809.png
701: [10:43:10] <stripee> i want it to be done throgh mi code.........
702: [10:43:22] <kinglozzer> stripee: Like micmania1 said yesterday, private static $default_sort = "Sort DESC";
703: [10:43:35] <ocm> any specific requests that are acting slow?
704: [10:43:48] <headtrip> no every request can be slow
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707: [10:44:06] <stripee> that dint work......he said "Created DESC"
708: [10:44:09] <NobrainerWeb> Hi
709: [10:44:18] <ocm> hello
710: [10:44:20] <headtrip> hi
711: [10:44:43] <NobrainerWeb> I can set pagination on a grid field by doing $config = GridFieldConfig_RelationEditor::create(50); but can i let the user decide how many rows to see?
712: [10:44:44] <ocm> _can_ be slow? so it happens at random?
713: [10:45:07] <headtrip> yep it happens absolutely random
714: [10:45:23] <headtrip> like 1 out of 20 requests is very slow
715: [10:45:35] <ocm> MOER RAM!
716: [10:45:52] <Py^k> NobrainerWeb: write a component
717: [10:46:24] <NobrainerWeb> Py^k: Could you send me a complete and fully working example so i can go from there ;-)
718: [10:46:25] <Py^k> headtrip: it could be other things happening in the background. if you have shell access run top and watch it.
719: [10:46:42] <Py^k> NobrainerWeb: No. BrainerWeb more ;)
720: [10:47:01] <NobrainerWeb> Py^k: Haha, it literally no brain web ;-)
721: [10:47:08] <NobrainerWeb> it is
722: [10:47:48] <NobrainerWeb> btw, don't visit nobrain.dk - i said don't! Not my site, you asked for it
723: [10:47:50] <Py^k> NobrainerWeb: there might be a component already. Dunno.
724: [10:48:04] <NobrainerWeb> Py^k: not been able to find it though
725: [10:48:10] <NobrainerWeb> Py^k: will search some more
726: [10:48:11] <Py^k> also, nope, didn't ask for anything here today :P
727: [10:48:21] <headtrip> i do not have root access (managed server)
728: [10:48:28] <Zauberfisch> Py^k NobrainerWeb: yes there is a module for that
729: [10:48:38] <NobrainerWeb> Zauberfisch: Link please :-)
730: [10:49:27] <Zauberfisch> hmmm, can't remember
731: [10:49:30] <Py^k> headtrip: you don't need root access to run top usually
732: [10:49:32] <Zauberfisch> but here is one I just found: https://github.com/normann/gridfieldpaginatorwithshowall
733: [10:49:47] <Zauberfisch> it at least gives you a show all checkbox
734: [10:50:04] <NobrainerWeb> Zauberfisch: that's all i need for now
735: [10:50:08] <NobrainerWeb> Zauberfisch: thank you
736: [10:52:21] <wmk> Py^k, headtrip normally only ssh for top
737: [10:53:17] <ocm> headtrip; does your VPS has something like DirectAdmin or Plesk?
738: [10:53:24] <ocm> on which you can access a processmonitor?
739: [10:53:31] <headtrip> nope no process monitor
740: [10:54:15] <headtrip> Answer to "top": Cannot find /proc/version - is /proc mounted?
741: [10:56:06] <headtrip> the server is running debian squeeze btw
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743: [11:02:32] <ocm> hm, I would really suggest to tune up the RAM on that VPS
744: [11:02:43] <headtrip> ok i'll try this
745: [11:02:45] <headtrip> thanks ocm
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747: [11:09:13] <ocm> hope it will solve your problem
748: [11:09:47] <stripee> private static $default_sort = "Sort DESC"; is not working ...does anyone really know about this ??
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750: [11:10:33] <headtrip> "Created DESC"
751: [11:10:33] <micmania1> stripee: have you flushed?
752: [11:10:43] <stripee> ya
753: [11:11:05] <stripee> tried both sort and created
754: [11:11:31] <micmania1> can you paste your code? http://www.sspaste.com/
755: [11:11:47] <stripee> sure
756: [11:14:01] <stripee> http://www.sspaste.com/paste/show/53203ded3d189
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761: [11:17:42] <headtrip> you wanted to change the sort order in the cms site tree?
762: [11:17:51] <stripee> yes.....
763: [11:17:59] <headtrip> this is the wrong file to do it
764: [11:18:20] <stripee> what do u mean??
765: [11:18:48] <stripee> i want the pages of this pagetype to be sorted ..
766: [11:18:58] <headtrip> ah okay sorry
767: [11:19:57] <headtrip> http://www.ssbits.com/tutorials/2011/custom-sorting-in-the-cms-sitetree/
768: [11:19:59] <headtrip> check this
769: [11:20:19] <headtrip> attention, it's for 2.4
770: [11:21:56] <stripee> may be this will take me some time to read ,understand and implement........
771: [11:22:42] <headtrip> wait wait
772: [11:23:07] <stripee> wait!!
773: [11:23:19] <headtrip> i am not sure but try: private static $default_sort = "\"Sort DESC\"";
774: [11:23:32] <Py^k> no.
775: [11:23:39] <headtrip> okay do not try it :D
776: [11:23:42] <Py^k> Sort is not a field.
777: [11:23:48] <Py^k> Created DESC will work.
778: [11:23:56] <micmania1> That article should only apply if you're sorting by a way that isn't the default sort order.
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780: [11:24:36] <Py^k> oh shit, it is a page.
781: [11:24:36] <headtrip> important is that you include escaped quotes
782: [11:24:41] <Py^k> yeah Sort is a field.
783: [11:25:33] <Py^k> stripee: you need to access the gridfield and change the setting by which it supplies a sort, only on default.
784: [11:25:57] <Py^k> Sort is probably messing you up, it's not ordered by Created ASC at all.
785: [11:26:05] <Py^k> it'll be ordered by Sort.
786: [11:26:30] <Py^k> and changing the default will mess up your site tree in the CMS probably. although I can't be sure.
787: [11:26:56] <stripee> actually the pages are shown in a sorted way in grid field view......but i want them to be sorted in tree view too
788: [11:26:57] <micmania1> Py^k: That's what he wants. He want to sort his SiteTree
789: [11:27:04] <Py^k> what
790: [11:27:09] <Py^k> he said modeladmin before.
791: [11:27:20] <Py^k> carefactor nope.
792: [11:27:27] <Py^k> goold luck :>
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794: [11:28:12] <stripee> so whats the final solution should i implement??
795: [11:28:20] <Py^k> [10:31] <stripee> In cms admin model, sitetree contains pages in ascending order of created date.I want them to be displayed in descending order.
796: [11:28:33] <micmania1> the $default_sort solution should work
797: [11:28:54] <Py^k> bug report it if it doesn't.
798: [11:29:30] <stripee> rivate static $default_sort = "\"Sort DESC\""; or private static $default_sort = "Sort DESC"; or private static $default_sort = "Created DESC";
799: [11:29:52] <micmania1> last one
800: [11:30:04] <stripee> later two i have already tried...............former i m trying now
801: [11:30:13] <micmania1> former is invalid SQL
802: [11:30:14] <stripee> last one dint work man
803: [11:30:43] <micmania1> The last one should work. You need to flush hwen you have changed it. Also, logout and log back in as some SiteTree stuff is stored in cookies
804: [11:31:04] <stripee> ohk
805: [11:31:34] <stripee> log out is the new thing i have to do....rest all u said i have already tried
806: [11:33:16] <stripee> it dint work though.....
807: [11:34:06] <Py^k> [11:28] <Py^k> bug report it if it doesn't.
808: [11:35:02] <micmania1> stripee: somewhere in your code do $children = $this->Children() on the parent page then loop through them.
809: [11:35:16] <micmania1> If the sort order is different, then report it as a bug
810: [11:40:09] <stripee> hey man.......some node have their children sorted in descending order.............how can this be possible
811: [11:41:47] <stripee> what is the criteria to report a bug?
812: [11:44:14] <kinglozzer> The reason it doesn't work is that you're setting default sort on Page, whereas the CMS uses SiteTree's default sort
813: [11:44:20] <kinglozzer> I *think*
814: [11:44:57] <kinglozzer> If you edit SiteTree.php and change the sort in there, it works (don't do this)
815: [11:45:17] <kinglozzer> Can you override the sort order with an extension? Or augmentSQL or something?
816: [11:45:18] <stripee> i have seen sitetree.php
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819: [11:45:44] <stripee> but i am advised not to play with those pages
820: [11:46:16] <stripee> i would need ur help to do that
821: [11:46:42] <stripee> how can a override be implemented and where??
822: [11:47:19] <kinglozzer> Well, you'd create an extension, but I don't know if that would even work
823: [11:52:12] <kinglozzer> stripee: https://gist.github.com/kinglozzer/9dd630ce53e6f4a9666f < that's my best guess
824: [11:52:26] <kinglozzer> Bear in mind that'll override the sort order /everywhere/
825: [11:52:31] <kinglozzer> If it works
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829: [11:59:55] <Guits> Anyone know howto make VersionTruncator start doin its job?
830: [12:00:13] <Guits> i have it installed but still many old versions
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837: [12:11:25] <kinglozzer> Guits: It should do it after publishing a page
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840: [12:28:12] <Guits> kinglozzer: no batch actions?
841: [12:29:14] <kinglozzer> Guits: I don't know, never used it. Can't you just publish all your pages?
842: [12:29:44] <Guits> some are not yet ready to publish and some are unpublished
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854: [14:05:58] <headtrip> anyone a idea where i could get zendloader.dll 64bit thread safe?
855: [14:06:02] <headtrip> for windows
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861: [14:22:14] <Py^k> google.
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863: [14:35:13] <stripee> this http://www.sspaste.com/paste/show/53206ce0266b3 has the error----Failed to load resource: the server responded with a status of 500 (Notice at line 8 of /var/www/html/mysite/code/extensions/SiteTreeSorter.php)
864: [14:35:21] <stripee> can anyone figure it out?
865: [14:37:47] <micmania1> You'll need to post the full error
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867: [14:39:13] <stripee> this is th eeror what is shown........
868: [14:39:35] <opalfroot> anyone know how to us LimitWordCount outside of a template?
869: [14:40:27] <stripee> i m trying to change the order of sitetree.i mean pages to be ordered in desc order .
870: [14:41:24] <stripee> then the above posted error displays.....i
871: [14:41:56] <micmania1> opalfroot: $Content.LimitWordCount(20)
872: [14:42:33] <micmania1> stripee: That is only the HTTP error, not the actual error. Ensure you are in dev mode and check your network tab or error log.
873: [14:42:40] <micmania1> It should give you a full stack trace
874: [14:43:29] <opalfroot> micmanial how does that work if I'm within the entity context? So $person->Content?
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878: [14:52:41] <stripee> here is the full error http://www.sspaste.com/paste/show/53207120994b5
879: [14:54:35] <opalfroot> stripee what are you trying to do?
880: [14:55:28] <micmania1> opalfroot: sorry, read your question wrong
881: [14:55:46] <micmania1> $this->dbObject("Content")->LimitWordCount(20);
882: [14:56:14] <micmania1> stripee: $customSort[0] is not defined.
883: [14:56:42] <opalfroot> cheers dude
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886: [15:00:00] <Py^k> meeting time!
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895: [16:14:47] <headtrip> is staticpublishing included in ss 3.1?
896: [16:15:01] <kinglozzer> No
897: [16:15:58] <headtrip> thank you
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934: [19:42:57] <antmas> mornin
935: [19:43:20] <Stomach> how do
936: [19:44:28] <zippy____> mornings
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938: [19:44:42] <Ryan-Toast> Morning
939: [19:44:54] <zippy____> morning
940: [19:45:11] <zippy____> ss23: ss 3.1.4 today? :)
941: [19:46:13] <Stomach> ss23 - get this merged: https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-cms/pull/956
942: [19:46:24] <Stomach> broken entire section of CMS :D
943: [19:46:56] <antmas> ss23: DO ALL THE THINGS
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945: [19:49:42] <zippy____> I thought ss23 was the doc maintainer
946: [19:49:49] <zippy____> or was that the multi sites module..
947: [19:50:03] <simon_w> Nah, spronk's sub sites
948: [19:50:09] <simon_w> ss23 is docs
949: [19:51:20] <antmas> invalid object name my arse
950: [19:51:38] <zippy____> ah sub sites, that is what it was
951: [19:51:45] <simon_w> my arse is an invalid object name though
952: [19:52:02] <zippy____> the amount of times people come in and complain I thought I would of remembered that
953: [19:52:17] <simon_w> If my people you mean spronk, sure!
954: [19:52:19] * zippy____ wonders if he should actually contribute instead of just sitting on the sidelines and pointing
955: [19:53:14] <Ryan-Toast> Pointing is easier.
956: [19:53:24] <zippy____> indeed
957: [19:53:30] * antmas points in the air o/
958: [19:53:41] * simon_w points antmas at zippy____
959: [19:53:43] <zippy____> your doing it wrong
960: [19:53:44] <Ryan-Toast> man, zero motivation today.
961: [19:54:10] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: it's Thursday. Thursday = no motivation day
962: [19:54:10] * zippy____ points to the pita that is, the flush
963: [19:54:25] <zippy____> Ryan-Toast: It's a day that ends in y = no motivation day
964: [19:54:30] <Ryan-Toast> Lol
965: [19:54:43] <antmas> Thursdae
966: [19:54:45] <Ryan-Toast> Jump and dumplings night though, so there's that.
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969: [19:54:49] <simon_w> Ryan-Toast, Screw motivation, just do some work already
970: [19:54:52] <zippy____> sort out your play list, add some Paul Van Dyk
971: [19:55:56] <simon_w> Woo, Brett Domino
972: [19:56:09] <Ryan-Toast> simon_w: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YEwlW5sHQ4Q
973: [19:56:38] <Ryan-Toast> zippy____: I need to make a new one, you can only have 200 videos on a Youtube playlist.
974: [19:56:46] <antmas> *only*
975: [19:56:47] <simon_w> Ryan-Toast, turns out I am. Awkward! :p
976: [19:57:01] <Ryan-Toast> simon_w: WHERE ARE THE CAMERAS?
977: [19:57:17] <simon_w> Why would I tell you that?
978: [19:57:52] * Ryan-Toast waves to every corner
979: [20:02:06] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: did you get new computers and stuffs yet?
980: [20:02:46] <Ryan-Toast> Yeah it's sitting next to me, but just waiting until we get some new security studff before I can set it up.
981: [20:06:18] <antmas> mmmm
982: [20:06:25] <antmas> Google Music is actually pretty good
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984: [20:07:01] <zippy____> Ryan-Toast: new norton antivirus? :P
985: [20:07:13] <zippy____> oh yea! slow down my system, love it
986: [20:07:18] <Ryan-Toast> zippy____: More like bars on the windows :P
987: [20:07:23] <simon_w> Dammit, I took my meds last night. I'm not supposed to be like this.
988: [20:07:42] <zippy____> simon_w: inject it or cook it off a spoon?
989: [20:07:46] <zippy____> hang on
990: [20:08:03] <zippy____> you cook it on a sppon then fill the syringe right?
991: [20:08:37] <simon_w> It's a pill
992: [20:08:39] <zippy____> must of been up to late at night bug hunting
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994: [20:14:45] <antmas> simon_w: what's up?
995: [20:16:46] <simon_w> No idea
996: [20:18:18] <zippy____> mmm I am sure I am getting more spam these days
997: [20:18:25] * howardgrigg quit (Ping timeout: 240 seconds)
998: [20:18:31] <Ryan-Toast> zippy____: Same
999: [20:18:49] <Ryan-Toast> 69 in my spam inbox, heh
1000: [20:20:33] <Ryan-Toast> "Increase your reputation of best lover" I see my talents are getting worldwide recognition.
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1002: [20:22:31] <zippy____> hahaha
1003: [20:22:39] <zippy____> people are still offering me pills… :(
1004: [20:22:46] <zippy____> must know something I don't
1005: [20:23:29] <Ryan-Toast> Biggest black market drug in the world.
1006: [20:25:32] <zippy____> fuck it, I am just going to edit this module - it's a 2.4x website, I'll throw a note in there for the next developer and hopefully the module has been made more extensible in later release, no time for this DataExtension bollocks atm
1007: [20:25:36] <zippy____> hack the core
1008: [20:25:39] <Ryan-Toast> zippy____: Favorite Paul Van Dyk song, annnnnnd go
1009: [20:25:59] <zippy____> OMG the pressure
1010: [20:26:13] <Ryan-Toast> Know that I will judge you.
1011: [20:26:22] <Ryan-Toast> Severely.
1012: [20:28:10] <zippy____> Ocean is quite good. I have Together We Will Conquer on atm, thats more of a slower song. Forbidden Fruit is another good one. Oh yea and Nothing But You -- oh there is many
1013: [20:28:49] <Ryan-Toast> Let the judging commence.
1014: [20:28:52] <zippy____> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ReqPNqp8v14 - Nothing but you, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ufMM_sk64jE - Forbidden Fruit, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bpHOEyfLriM - The Ocean
1015: [20:29:06] <antmas> simon_w: I get reaaaaal foggy without mine
1016: [20:29:25] <antmas> argggh too much electronica for this time in the morning
1017: [20:29:35] <Ryan-Toast> simon_w: My skin goes all fucked without mine :P
1018: [20:29:41] <zippy____> antmas: most of it is pretty chil
1019: [20:29:49] <Ryan-Toast> antmas: I listen to it day and night :P
1020: [20:30:03] <antmas> I can't listen to anything in the morning
1021: [20:30:13] <Ryan-Toast> Which is why I have headphones, because my co-workers can't hack it.
1022: [20:30:35] <antmas> same here, my brain just starts hurting :P
1023: [20:30:52] <Ryan-Toast> It sparks my motivation.
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1025: [20:31:19] <antmas> getting slapped for leaving an open <div> usually gets me motivated
1026: [20:31:20] <antmas> :P
1027: [20:31:45] <Ryan-Toast> what I
1028: [20:31:47] <Ryan-Toast> DE do you use?
1029: [20:31:50] <Ryan-Toast> IDE**
1030: [20:32:24] <antmas> VS2012
1031: [20:32:32] <Ryan-Toast> Ah, right.
1032: [20:32:54] <antmas> which normally closes it, but I checked it into source control before the formatting ran
1033: [20:33:06] <Ryan-Toast> Ugh, I hate when IDE's close shit for you.
1034: [20:33:13] <Ryan-Toast> I always turn that feature off.
1035: [20:33:29] <antmas> yeah especially when it does things like <div class="clear" />
1036: [20:33:31] <antmas> HATE
1037: [20:33:44] <Ryan-Toast> YOU DON'T KNOW ME
1038: [20:33:57] <Stomach> use PHPStorm
1039: [20:34:05] <Ryan-Toast> I do.
1040: [20:34:07] <antmas> Stomach: I do for PHP
1041: [20:34:08] <Stomach> silverstripe template plugin ftw :D
1042: [20:34:14] <antmas> +1 ^
1043: [20:34:23] <Ryan-Toast> Who maintains that again?
1044: [20:34:28] <Stomach> somebody
1045: [20:34:33] <antmas> ss23:
1046: [20:34:39] <Ryan-Toast> I remember talking to someone who did.
1047: [20:34:43] <Ryan-Toast> ah, right.
1048: [20:34:47] <Ryan-Toast> GOOD MAN
1049: [20:34:48] <zippy____> hahaa
1050: [20:35:00] <zippy____> I didn't realise there was a plugin for it, it seems to work just find without it
1051: [20:35:03] <zippy____> fine*
1052: [20:35:10] <Ryan-Toast> IT WORKS EVEN BETTER WITH IT.
1053: [20:35:13] <Ryan-Toast> Oh, caps.
1054: [20:35:22] <zippy____> like what, shoots rainbows?
1055: [20:35:30] <Ryan-Toast> Three rainbows.
1056: [20:35:35] <zippy____> does it make ?flush faster showhow? :P
1057: [20:35:39] <bobkosse> I realy like SublimeText as IDE.. very lightweight and cross platform. Nobody else who uses a ligthweight IDE/Editor?
1058: [20:35:43] <antmas> highlighting syntax is for the weak
1059: [20:36:02] <Ryan-Toast> bobkosse: You can't put the explorer on the RIGHT. THAT'S A DEALBREAKER.
1060: [20:36:05] <Stomach> bobkosse - I use sublime text for all my error logs and "non project" editing
1061: [20:36:16] <Ryan-Toast> SAME
1062: [20:36:20] <antmas> yeah me too
1063: [20:36:20] <Ryan-Toast> Ugh, fucking caps.
1064: [20:36:37] <bobkosse> Huh?
1065: [20:36:38] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: move dat key homie
1066: [20:36:57] <Ryan-Toast> Narp.
1067: [20:37:02] <Ryan-Toast> Only caps, all the time.
1068: [20:37:24] <antmas> Caps lock is like the num lock button
1069: [20:37:31] <antmas> why is i there?
1070: [20:37:33] <antmas> it*
1071: [20:37:43] <bobkosse> what do you mean you can put the explorer on the right?
1072: [20:37:50] * pippy_ is now known as pippy
1073: [20:38:31] <zippy____> file navigation
1074: [20:38:37] <Ryan-Toast> bobkosse: The list of files etc, can only be on the left.
1075: [20:38:45] <antmas> ugh
1076: [20:38:51] <antmas> left hand explorers suck
1077: [20:39:21] <bobkosse> ah, that one I don't use the file explorer at all so for me it doesn't matter (you can switch it of ;-))
1078: [20:39:22] <zippy____> Ryan-Toast: I tried to stop using that, and use commands to open the files, on the mac you can command+up arrow to start browsing the tree. Use command-shift-o to open a file, and double tap shift to search everything
1079: [20:39:45] <zippy____> When your navigating the tree you can also type to filter the list
1080: [20:40:02] <bobkosse> ctrl/cmd+P search the file, Enter to open it ;-)
1081: [20:40:49] <zippy____> http://daylerees.github.io/ - nice themes here for both editors which you can see <--- there and get from --> https://github.com/daylerees/colour-schemes
1082: [20:40:55] <Ryan-Toast> http://i.imgur.com/0nhupC0.jpg is just easy to navigate quickly.
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1084: [20:41:32] <antmas> love this explorer http://i.imgur.com/i8Jsjnp.png
1085: [20:42:04] <Ryan-Toast> antmas: the switch from 2010 to 2012 was annoying, since they made a lll the icons greyscale.
1086: [20:42:27] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: I don't mind it, plus you can easily apply a theme to fix that
1087: [20:42:28] <Ryan-Toast> Oh you wanted a quick visualisation of what this project is? Too fucking bad
1088: [20:42:52] <Ryan-Toast> I don't have to write asp anymore, so PHPStorm it is :P
1089: [20:43:14] <antmas> I have 2013 installed, which is 100x better
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1091: [20:58:14] <antmas> hohum
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1094: [21:08:18] <zippy____> willr: mornin
1095: [21:08:35] <willr> howdey
1096: [21:09:25] <simon_w> shh, inside voices
1097: [21:09:40] <willr> HI SIMON_W
1098: [21:10:00] <simon_w> I haven't had enough sugar yet!
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1102: [21:16:59] <simon_w> Getting high are we willr?
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1104: [21:20:04] <willr> Lack of sugar. Missed food
1105: [21:29:33] <ss23> lol
1106: [21:29:41] <ss23> More sugar :D
1107: [21:30:25] <ss23> Stomach: I'm not on core team! Get simon_w to merge it :D
1108: [21:30:29] <ss23> zippy____: You wish :P
1109: [21:31:37] <Stomach> simon_w: https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-cms/pull/956 - whats the deal with this PR - seems like a massive breaking change to me
1110: [21:31:53] <simon_w> Stomach, CMS JS. I don't touch it :p
1111: [21:31:57] <simon_w> Poke willr
1112: [21:32:54] <Stomach> willr - you there? 3.1.3 is broken :(
1113: [21:33:20] <willr> Haven't run into it myself but seems like it should be merged
1114: [21:34:38] <Stomach> if you want I can try track down where it got broken - havent tried yet as it might take a while :D
1115: [21:34:59] <willr> To get it merged a dev would need to run through the filter functionality by hand since we don't have behat tests for that yet
1116: [21:35:39] <Stomach> I think its kind of a big deal, but I don't know many others who use/write reports
1117: [21:35:44] <Stomach> :P
1118: [21:41:16] <ss23> willr: To me, no tests means merge
1119: [21:41:24] <ss23> In the sense that, if it was important, it would already have tests
1120: [21:41:31] <ss23> Stomach: If I was in core team, I would click merge right now.
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1122: [21:42:29] <willr> Done. Actually only affects ReportAdmin (I thought it was in the core filter functionality) so yeah tested reportadmin and looked fine.
1123: [21:42:36] <ss23> hahaha
1124: [21:42:37] <ss23> :D
1125: [21:43:02] <willr> FYI Reports in now a module in 3.2 so probably needs a PR to that module as well *wink*
1126: [21:43:14] <ss23> Stomach: That counts as me merging it since I motivated to be done
1127: [21:43:15] <ss23> :D
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1130: [21:43:28] <ss23> willr: I've notified stig!
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1133: [21:43:28] <travis-ci> [travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-cms/compare/118776672a0f...e604ef833d75
1134: [21:43:28] <travis-ci> [travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/silverstripe/silverstripe-cms/builds/20641842
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1136: [21:43:31] <willr> thanks ss23
1137: [21:43:35] <willr> teamwork
1138: [21:43:57] <Stomach> thanks guys
1139: [21:44:17] <Stomach> ill check out 3.2 and see if it exists for your efforts
1140: [21:44:42] <Stomach> maybe I should write some behat tests, 1/6 of the default sidebar seems important
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1143: [21:47:33] <Stomach> how do I install 3.2, is there a branch hiding somewhere
1144: [21:48:16] <willr> (master)
1145: [21:49:36] <Stomach> I'm new to actually caring about stuff - is master always the next minor in the release pattern?
1146: [21:49:57] <ss23> Stomach: Not always
1147: [21:49:59] <ss23> :D
1148: [21:50:08] <Stomach> yeah, confusing :D
1149: [21:50:19] <Stomach> do you guys just track that internally?
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1152: [21:54:39] <simon_w> Stomach, the actual version of master gets decided when it gets branched for alphas
1153: [21:54:45] <simon_w> It's just the next version
1154: [21:55:13] <Stomach> but at the moment it is colloquially "3.2" ?
1155: [21:55:24] <simon_w> Yes
1156: [21:55:34] <Stomach> thanks
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1159: [21:58:36] <travis-ci> [travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-framework/compare/366ac6baa464...1dac8ab103ef
1160: [21:58:36] <travis-ci> [travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/silverstripe/silverstripe-framework/builds/20641864
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1165: [22:01:23] <travis-ci> [travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-cms/compare/118776672a0f...e604ef833d75
1166: [22:01:23] <travis-ci> [travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/silverstripe/silverstripe-cms/builds/20641842
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1168: [22:04:28] <zippy____> >> Stomach: I'm new to actually caring about stuff
1169: [22:04:29] <zippy____> hahahaha
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1172: [22:14:41] <Colin[pi]> HAI GUISE
1173: [22:14:58] <zippy____> oh hai
1174: [22:15:13] <antmas> Colin[pi]: Harro!
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1177: [22:15:22] <travis-ci> [travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-cms/compare/889e97e17d83...cc95083f1f00
1178: [22:15:22] <travis-ci> [travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/silverstripe/silverstripe-cms/builds/20641934
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1180: [22:16:07] <Stomach> zippy____: well usually I just wait for someone else to do it, its easier that way
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1183: [22:31:28] <zippy____> I am thinking, for some places to "login" instead of passwords, they enter their email address, and then email them a one time link to login....
1184: [22:32:17] <zippy____> For an infrequent system, I think this would be better than passwords which would be forgotten, so peoiple email support or they use the forgot password system which basically does the above anyway
1185: [22:32:20] <zippy____> hmm
1186: [22:33:16] <willr> Abletech did that for their address finder. I find it annoying personally
1187: [22:33:35] <willr> If I want to do something, I want it now, not wait 50 seconds for an email
1188: [22:33:56] <zippy____> yea, but most non tech people are useless with passwords
1189: [22:34:14] <zippy____> especially one you only need to use once every 3-4 months
1190: [22:34:20] <zippy____> password manager, whats that
1191: [22:34:24] <zippy____> password = 123456
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1193: [22:35:00] <willr> Autocomplete ftw
1194: [22:35:10] <zippy____> maybe just make the password field on the login page optional… mm that might do
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1196: [22:35:52] <willr> You could get around it by doing your own custom login form
1197: [22:36:10] <zippy____> oh yea this would be custom
1198: [22:36:22] <ss23> "This is a strange one, when pages from our website are printed from Internet Explorer they hard crash FujiXerox multifunction printers."
1199: [22:36:29] <willr> Yep, well you wouldn't need to edit core I mean
1200: [22:36:54] <howardgrigg> ss23: lol awesome
1201: [22:37:03] <simon_w> ss23, FIX IT, DOCS BOY
1202: [22:37:08] <zippy____> hahahahaha
1203: [22:37:31] <antmas> I think we have Fuji machines here....
1204: [22:38:05] <Stomach> willr - PR for reports done :)
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1206: [22:38:07] <travis-ci> [travis-ci] silverstripe/silverstripe-cms#767 (3.1 - dca9c7c : Will Rossiter): The build was broken.
1207: [22:38:07] <travis-ci> [travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-cms/compare/e604ef833d75...dca9c7ca65eb
1208: [22:38:07] <travis-ci> [travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/silverstripe/silverstripe-cms/builds/20643790
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1210: [22:38:09] <antmas> sends image to printer
1211: [22:38:12] <antmas> page*
1212: [22:38:34] <zippy____> sooo… not only does SS blow that ram out on web servers, it does it on printers too? :)
1213: [22:39:16] <antmas> wait, nope, Konica Minoltas
1214: [22:39:51] <simon_w> ss23, Xerox might still be around the corner by Telecom and EFTPOS. Go bug them :p
1215: [22:41:18] <Stomach> anyone know why jpg files wouldn't be processed by gd on a server with it installed? png files get resampled fine :\
1216: [22:41:32] <simon_w> No libjpeg?
1217: [22:43:48] <Stomach> yep, thats missing
1218: [22:44:06] <Stomach> should that be reflected better in http://doc.silverstripe.org/framework/en/installation/server-requirements ?
1219: [22:45:14] * pippy quit (Ping timeout: 246 seconds)
1220: [22:47:35] <antmas> ss23: see ^^^
1221: [22:47:47] <ss23> wut
1222: [22:47:50] <ss23> FUCK OFF, EDIT IT YOURSELF :O
1223: [22:48:11] <willr> ss23 calm your face
1224: [22:48:20] <ss23> soz man
1225: [22:48:27] <ss23> I got the "security shit isn't being patched" jitters
1226: [22:48:44] <ss23> Waiting for Ingo to get out of a meeting
1227: [22:48:54] <willr> just storm in
1228: [22:49:24] <antmas> :D
1229: [22:49:55] <antmas> fun day at the office it appears :P
1230: [22:50:23] <willr> I hope you're playing some drastic music
1231: [22:50:27] <ss23> haha
1232: [22:50:31] <ss23> I was playing the Inception soundtrack!
1233: [22:50:35] <simon_w> Oh right, I'm supposed to send through more emails
1234: [22:50:40] <ss23> But it finished so I put on some Chipzel, now it's she
1235: [22:51:37] <Colin[pi]> plane maybe found? maybe? (grainy satellite pics)
1236: [22:52:19] <antmas> Colin[pi]: link?
1237: [22:52:32] <Colin[pi]> https://twitter.com/CCTV_America/status/443741264593178625/photo/1
1238: [22:52:41] <simon_w> Is this like the bombers may be found from Reddit?
1239: [22:52:44] <Colin[pi]> could be anything
1240: [22:52:57] <antmas> looks like it's making a crop cricle
1241: [22:53:01] <antmas> confirmed
1242: [22:53:02] <antmas> aliens
1243: [22:53:21] <antmas> the arrow, the white thing and the cross
1244: [22:53:22] <antmas> 3 things
1245: [22:53:27] <antmas> HL3 confirmed
1246: [22:53:30] <Colin[pi]> OMG!
1247: [22:53:32] <Colin[pi]> it's true
1248: [22:53:33] <Colin[pi]> :D
1249: [22:54:47] <Stomach> yaaaay Gaben
1250: [22:58:09] <simon_w> Yay, sheeple!
1251: [22:59:15] <ss23> Only a sheep can apperciate HL
1252: [22:59:20] <Stomach> I played HL2 with an occulus rift last year
1253: [22:59:23] <Stomach> head crabs suck
1254: [22:59:27] <Stomach> so much
1255: [22:59:54] <Colin[pi]> but they're so cute
1256: [23:01:20] <simon_w> So am I!
1257: [23:01:32] <Stomach> you're a head crab
1258: [23:01:37] <Stomach> its all starting to make sense...
1259: [23:02:47] <zippy____> HL3 confirmed to ship…….. when?
1260: [23:02:52] <ss23> ship
1261: [23:02:55] <ss23> and we had a plane
1262: [23:02:59] <ss23> planes come after ships
1263: [23:03:04] <ss23> hl3 has already shipped.
1264: [23:06:20] <Colin[pi]> the copies of HL3 were on MH370
1265: [23:06:45] <simon_w> Along with Duke Nukem Forever
1266: [23:06:52] <Colin[pi]> one could only wish
1267: [23:09:34] <Colin[pi]> feeling very meh today and it's not even Friday yet :(
1268: [23:10:13] <ss23> me too
1269: [23:10:22] <ss23> I've had no spare time entire week
1270: [23:10:23] * ss23 cries
1271: [23:10:26] <ss23> And so very very tired
1272: [23:10:31] <Colin[pi]> :(
1273: [23:10:37] <Colin[pi]> getting overtime?
1274: [23:10:40] <Colin[pi]> oh wait, SS
1275: [23:10:40] <Colin[pi]> ;D
1276: [23:11:40] <antmas> I'll say it again
1277: [23:11:46] <antmas> Thursday is the worst day of the week
1278: [23:12:01] <simon_w> ss23, just build HHVM instead
1279: [23:12:24] <zippy____> docs!
1280: [23:12:47] <antmas> come on now, ss23 is primed to snap at any moment
1281: [23:12:51] * antmas holds breath
1282: [23:13:01] <Colin[pi]> ss23: fix subsites
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1284: [23:13:17] <zippy____> Colin[pi]: you'll push him over
1285: [23:14:48] <zippy____> this Malaysia Airlines is just a cluster fuck of information
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1287: [23:15:21] <antmas> zippy____: I've stopped reading due to major misinformation
1288: [23:15:30] <Colin[pi]> zippy: yeah it's pretty bad
1289: [23:17:03] <willr> Scares me how 300 tons of stuff can just disappear these days. Surely the NSA knows?
1290: [23:17:45] <ss23> lol
1291: [23:17:50] <Colin[pi]> nah, they are less concerned with saving lives and more concerned with big business, corrupt govt and maintaining the status quo
1292: [23:18:23] <ss23> ^^
1293: [23:18:29] <willr> Maybe it's just all a stunt for a Lost movie.
1294: [23:18:37] <ss23> Imagine if NSA was designed for saving lives
1295: [23:19:11] <Colin[pi]> ss23: hahahaha hahaha ha.. ha
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1297: [23:21:10] <ss23> woah
1298: [23:21:12] <ss23> light just blew
1299: [23:21:14] <ss23> massive flash of light
1300: [23:21:15] <ss23> :O
1301: [23:23:21] <antmas> anyone seen The Langoliers?
1302: [23:23:29] <antmas> ;)
1303: [23:23:31] <zippy____> ss23: NSA just gave you a warning..
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1305: [23:24:12] <ss23> lol
1306: [23:28:02] <antmas> didn't those 2 dudes with the stolen passports get cleared?
1307: [23:28:25] <Colin[pi]> they thought they were refugees right?
1308: [23:28:40] <antmas> yeah, asylum seekers
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1311: [23:41:47] <spronk> uughghhh
1312: [23:41:53] <spronk> so fucking sick of javascript
1313: [23:42:08] <spronk> its even worse now than it was a few years ago. no conventions. no opinions.
1314: [23:42:37] <spronk> also, pretty sure this plane has been parked at an airport somewhere for the last few days
1315: [23:42:47] <spronk> probably in china
1316: [23:43:27] <Colin[pi]> spronk: I hear you man, re: JS
1317: [23:43:31] <Colin[pi]> and wat?
1318: [23:43:43] <spronk> well
1319: [23:43:50] <spronk> if its not in the ocean
1320: [23:43:57] <spronk> china probably just stole it
1321: [23:48:06] <Colin[pi]> spronk: does that mean in a few months they'll be mass producing cheap knockoff versions of it?
1322: [23:48:17] <antmas> lol
1323: [23:48:34] <antmas> knockoffs have their place
1324: [23:48:44] <ss23> s/(^[^"]*["[^"]*"]*[^"]*)\n/\1/g
1325: [23:48:47] <antmas> my dad just bought a turbo that would have cost $3000 from the factory
1326: [23:48:48] <spronk> CHOEING 778!
1327: [23:48:51] <antmas> he paid $300 :D
1328: [23:49:09] <antmas> ss23: settle petal
1329: [23:49:18] * ss23 regxes antmas
1330: [23:49:24] <Colin[pi]> antmas: of course it will explode within a week, but it's cheap!
1331: [23:49:37] <antmas> Colin[pi]: win win! explosions and cheapness!
1332: [23:51:40] <antmas> my new tablet arrived, but I'm too lazy to pick it up
1333: [23:51:46] <antmas> zippy____: pls
1334: [23:51:49] <Colin[pi]> antmas: first world problems
1335: [23:54:44] <antmas> emailed the store to see if they can drop it off :D
1336: [23:54:47] <antmas> problem solved
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1338: [23:55:02] <unit923> hi all
1339: [23:55:17] <antmas> unit923: howdy
1340: [23:55:19] <unit923> i'm doing some javascript stuff in the admin
1341: [23:55:35] <unit923> 'sup antmas :)
1342: [23:55:45] <unit923> i need to run some stuff every time i navigate between the tabs up the side
1343: [23:55:55] <unit923> ie the equivalent of document ready
1344: [23:56:23] <unit923> however it only runs the first time i open the page; subsequent navigation doesnt seem to trigger the document ready
1345: [23:56:27] <antmas> spronk: is the js man
1346: [23:56:51] <unit923> additionally, ive found that i cant actually use $(document).ready
1347: [23:57:00] <unit923> i'm using
1348: [23:57:01] <unit923> (function($) { alert('hi'); })(jQuery);
1349: [23:57:16] <unit923> does anyone know which event i should be watching for to catch the navigation events?
1350: [23:57:27] <simon_w> unit923, you should be using entwine

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