#silverstripe IRC Log

IRC log for 10 April 2014

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1: [00:00:11] <antmas> live life now, don't wait
2: [00:00:14] <antmas> :P
3: [00:00:18] <Colin[pi]> brb router reboot
4: [00:00:24] <Ryan-Toast> Get drunk, play video games.
5: [00:00:25] * Bollig|DesignCty quit (Client Quit)
6: [00:00:26] * Colin[pi] quit ()
7: [00:00:31] <Stomach> fuck yeah, done enough of that
8: [00:00:39] <spronk> get video games, play drunk!
9: [00:00:39] <antmas> Stomach: age?
10: [00:00:40] <Ryan-Toast> THERE’S NEVER ENOUGH
11: [00:00:53] <Stomach> I'm 26
12: [00:01:07] <Stomach> Ryan-Toast - http://stevie.co.nz/games.jpg
13: [00:01:23] <antmas> Stomach: and your bday is July?
14: [00:01:25] <Ryan-Toast> Cool website, man.
15: [00:01:29] <antmas> Stomach: are we twins?
16: [00:01:35] <Ryan-Toast> my birthday is in July.
17: [00:01:38] <Stomach> yes, yes we are
18: [00:01:46] <antmas> July ftw
19: [00:01:51] <spronk> hmm
20: [00:01:53] <Ryan-Toast> But I’m 24.
21: [00:01:55] <antmas> I'm 26, bday 21st
22: [00:01:57] <spronk> i also meet this criteria, perhaps
23: [00:02:00] <antmas> wait now
24: [00:02:01] <antmas> no
25: [00:02:02] <antmas> shit
26: [00:02:03] <Stomach> i put a lot of effort into that website Ryan-Toast
27: [00:02:04] <Ryan-Toast> 28/07/89
28: [00:02:04] <spronk> am i 26 or 27.
29: [00:02:05] <antmas> I'm 25 lol
30: [00:02:20] <Ryan-Toast> Stomach: You even put it in a h1 tag.
31: [00:02:25] <Ryan-Toast> ballsy move.
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33: [00:02:42] <Stomach> it defines the content of the page, so it works semantically
34: [00:02:53] <antmas> is that like hello world! replace with stevie.co.nz
35: [00:03:01] <Stomach> nope
36: [00:03:13] <Stomach> just a index.html with nothing in it
37: [00:03:14] <Ryan-Toast> Stomach: http://i.imgur.com/3gdfK.gif
38: [00:03:34] <ss23> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=itvvFfeLh84
39: [00:03:56] <Ryan-Toast> ss23: can it be quieter?
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41: [00:04:48] <antmas> Colin[pi]: did your router reboot ok?
42: [00:05:05] <Ryan-Toast> ss23: Oh sweet jesus
43: [00:05:05] <Colin[pi]> no, I am now connected using tincan and string
44: [00:05:15] <antmas> Colin[pi]: OH GOOD ;)
45: [00:05:27] <Colin[pi]> antmas: prolly would be better than Australian ADSL
46: [00:05:31] <simon_w> Colin[pi], so, it's faster? :p
47: [00:05:36] <Colin[pi]> ZING
48: [00:05:46] <antmas> Colin[pi]: don't use tin, upgrade to aluminum
49: [00:05:55] <Ryan-Toast> ss23: why would anyone think that was a good idea?
50: [00:06:22] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: you ask that question, yet Goat Simulator is a thing
51: [00:06:35] <Ryan-Toast> antmas: goat simulator is bawse.
52: [00:06:39] <Stomach> ^
53: [00:06:48] <antmas> btw Goat Simulator is GOATY
54: [00:06:51] <antmas> 2014
55: [00:06:53] <antmas> calling it
56: [00:06:54] <Ryan-Toast> I HAVE ALL THE ACHIEVEMENTS, LOOK: http://steamcommunity.com/id/Rhym_
57: [00:07:15] <Colin[pi]> GOATY lol
58: [00:07:19] <Stomach> holy shit
59: [00:07:31] <Stomach> I think we're steam friends
60: [00:07:37] <Ryan-Toast> Wat
61: [00:07:58] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: :P I have you as Other Barry and someone actually called Barry
62: [00:07:59] <ss23> Ryan-Toast: I don't know.
63: [00:08:00] <ss23> I do not know.
64: [00:08:02] <antmas> awkward
65: [00:08:28] <antmas> many-to-many Barry's
66: [00:08:31] <Ryan-Toast> the flappy bird achievement had me raging so fucking hard
67: [00:08:51] <Ryan-Toast> My girlfriend kept coming into the room asking if I was okay.
68: [00:09:01] <antmas> how does one retain a GF and also have all the achievments in Goat Simulator?
69: [00:09:02] <Ryan-Toast> NO, WOMAN. I’M NOT OKAY
70: [00:09:07] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: are you Jesus?
71: [00:09:20] <Ryan-Toast> I make her bacon pancakes.
72: [00:09:35] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: thanks
73: [00:09:39] <Ryan-Toast> Protip: do something nice early in the day, that lets youy do whatever the fuck you want all weekend.
74: [00:09:42] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: now THAT is stuck in my head again
75: [00:09:50] <Stomach> nope we aren't steam friends
76: [00:09:59] <Stomach> must have just seen that name around somewhere
77: [00:10:21] <antmas> Stomach: probably
78: [00:10:28] <Colin[pi]> my steam account: rainmaker_au, add me bitches
79: [00:10:37] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: doesn't often RESPOND TO FRIEND REQUESTS
80: [00:10:38] <antmas> :P
81: [00:10:44] <Ryan-Toast> antmas: :P
82: [00:10:51] <Ryan-Toast> Shows how often I open origin
83: [00:11:07] <Colin[pi]> lol origin, they finally got me with the humble bundle :(
84: [00:11:11] <Ryan-Toast> Wish titanfall could be opened by steam.
85: [00:11:34] <Colin[pi]> Ryan-Toast: you could set it up as a Steam shortcut, but yeah it would still need Origin running
86: [00:11:46] <Ryan-Toast> yeah.
87: [00:11:50] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: you can
88: [00:11:54] <Ryan-Toast> and you can’t open steam overlay.
89: [00:11:56] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: I do it for streaming
90: [00:12:29] <Ryan-Toast> Can’t fucking wait for AoM extended edition.
91: [00:12:47] <antmas> I need food
92: [00:12:52] <antmas> send Burgerfuel pls
93: [00:12:54] <Ryan-Toast> same, brb. fod getting.
94: [00:12:55] * Colin[pi] thinks we won't see Ryan-Toast for a month after AoM EE comes out
95: [00:13:14] <Ryan-Toast> Colin[pi]: Wiull be at home with the mrs carving up online./
96: [00:13:16] * antmas assumes something similar happend to zippy
97: [00:13:37] <Colin[pi]> I still don't have titanfall :\
98: [00:13:47] <Colin[pi]> I wish it had SP only
99: [00:13:51] <antmas> Colin[pi]: better off waiting tbh
100: [00:13:58] <antmas> connection issues still plague it
101: [00:14:05] <Colin[pi]> ick
102: [00:14:15] <Colin[pi]> did you ever play MechWarrior 3?
103: [00:14:22] <antmas> I think so
104: [00:14:27] <Colin[pi]> LOVED that game
105: [00:14:30] <antmas> can't remember which one I played
106: [00:14:54] <Colin[pi]> good memories: http://www.mobygames.com/images/shots/l/112910-mechwarrior-3-gold-edition-windows-screenshot-we-won-the-battle.jpg
107: [00:15:19] <Colin[pi]> isn't it funny how at the time you're like "OMG this game looks SO awesome"
108: [00:15:20] <antmas> fucking json decode
109: [00:15:29] <Colin[pi]> then you look back and it's "OMG this game looks shit"
110: [00:15:29] <antmas> I DID pass you a string, and NOT an array
111: [00:16:06] <antmas> Colin[pi]: I remember doing the same for Unreal 2
112: [00:16:19] <Colin[pi]> at the time Unreal 2 was amazing
113: [00:16:37] <antmas> wait
114: [00:16:40] <Colin[pi]> lol at caption: http://unrealitymag.bcmediagroup.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/next-magazine.jpg
115: [00:16:41] <antmas> unreal 1 I mean
116: [00:16:54] <antmas> Colin[pi]: yeah that one
117: [00:16:56] <Colin[pi]> yeah I meant the same lol
118: [00:17:00] <antmas> I had the magazine copy
119: [00:17:10] <Colin[pi]> YES this is an actual SCREENSHOT OMG
120: [00:17:11] <Colin[pi]> lol
121: [00:18:00] <antmas> you get the entire polygon count of that game in one tooth of a character in Unreal Engine 4
122: [00:18:01] <antmas> :P
123: [00:18:19] <Colin[pi]> this was the first 3d accelerated game I played, Forsaken: http://www.turkpoint.com/oyun/images/forsaken/forsaken22.jpg
124: [00:18:23] <Colin[pi]> it was like Descent
125: [00:18:31] <Bollig|DesignCty> OMG DESCENT WAS THE BEST
126: [00:18:32] <Colin[pi]> and was smooooth as butter
127: [00:18:41] <antmas> was that n64?
128: [00:18:45] <antmas> I remember playing that
129: [00:18:45] <Colin[pi]> no PC
130: [00:18:48] <antmas> oh
131: [00:18:53] <Bollig|DesignCty> all PC bro, all the time.
132: [00:19:05] <antmas> yeh Decsent was tits
133: [00:19:28] <antmas> Unreal Tournament > Quake 3
134: [00:19:53] <Colin[pi]> I played the shit out of UT99
135: [00:19:58] <Colin[pi]> facing worlds CTF
136: [00:20:06] <Colin[pi]> "Die, bitch"
137: [00:20:07] <Colin[pi]> lol
138: [00:20:09] <Colin[pi]> good times
139: [00:20:34] <antmas> good memories
140: [00:20:37] <Colin[pi]> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BTpzm13JyxY
141: [00:20:40] <Colin[pi]> dat music
142: [00:20:57] <antmas> oh yeah
143: [00:21:06] * SMaction quit ()
144: [00:21:18] * antmas goes to install Deus Ex again
145: [00:21:24] <Bollig|DesignCty> no, don't lol
146: [00:21:27] <Colin[pi]> my fav of all time
147: [00:21:32] <Colin[pi]> I loved that game so much
148: [00:21:44] <Colin[pi]> it hasn't aged well though
149: [00:21:55] <Stomach> yeah it really hasn't
150: [00:21:57] <Colin[pi]> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XxMf4BdVq_g
151: [00:22:00] <Bollig|DesignCty> it's like going back and trying to play dude 2… sounds awesome, but it just ruins it.
152: [00:22:10] <Stomach> play Grim Fandango or something artsy instead, still is awesome
153: [00:22:38] <Colin[pi]> if they could make the original Deus Ex again... like EXACTLY the same, but with a modern engine/gfx
154: [00:22:42] <Colin[pi]> I would be the happiest guy alive
155: [00:22:52] <antmas> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=05WLzGHQgZ8
156: [00:23:13] <Bollig|DesignCty> Colin[pi]: so you don't want the watered down consolve version of the latest one? ;)
157: [00:23:23] <Colin[pi]> Bollig|DesignCty: human revolution?
158: [00:23:27] <Colin[pi]> or The Fall
159: [00:23:31] <antmas> HR was awesome
160: [00:23:58] <Colin[pi]> yeah HR was great, invisible war I'll pretend never existed
161: [00:24:27] <Colin[pi]> you know what's sad antmas, is that I really liked UT3 :\
162: [00:24:37] <Colin[pi]> but they nerfed a lot of the pro stuff
163: [00:24:38] <Bollig|DesignCty> Colin[pi]: HR. yeah, everyone from DX1 upwards was pretty terrible until HR.
164: [00:24:39] <antmas> Colin[pi]: I lvoed it
165: [00:24:47] <Colin[pi]> and no one plays it anymore :(
166: [00:25:09] <antmas> I liked it better than 2004
167: [00:25:22] <Colin[pi]> Bollig|DesignCty: HR was great, I often messaged the lead designer on twitter and one or two things I suggested actually made it into the game
168: [00:25:32] <Colin[pi]> (well, my voice among many)
169: [00:25:45] <antmas> Colin[pi]: lol was gonna say
170: [00:25:55] <Bollig|DesignCty> They didn't take your suggestion of "MOAR TITS" though...
171: [00:25:59] <Colin[pi]> no :(
172: [00:26:08] <Bollig|DesignCty> ;)
173: [00:26:14] <Colin[pi]> antmas: one of the preview videos showed a lot of dark, black triangles overlaid when he looked through walls
174: [00:26:18] <antmas> Bollig|DesignCty: are you nz?
175: [00:26:20] <Colin[pi]> I told him that it looked shitty
176: [00:26:23] <Colin[pi]> and he agreed
177: [00:26:24] <Bollig|DesignCty> Aus antmas
178: [00:26:28] <antmas> ah right
179: [00:26:30] <Colin[pi]> final game they reduced it ;)
180: [00:26:43] <Bollig|DesignCty> Colin[pi]: name dropper :p
181: [00:27:05] <Colin[pi]> he's a nice guy, actually most of the devs are really nice and approachable
182: [00:27:15] <Colin[pi]> they REALLY wanted to right the wrongs of Invisible War
183: [00:27:24] <Colin[pi]> so when the community spoke, they listed
184: [00:27:26] <Colin[pi]> *listened
185: [00:27:53] <antmas> Invisible War had me so hyped with the original screenshots
186: [00:28:27] <Colin[pi]> antmas: it still had a great atmosphere, but it was such a console hack
187: [00:29:07] <Colin[pi]> because of the xbox memory limitations, it was like "Walk 5 metres... NOW LOADING FOR 2 MINUTES..." (repeat)
188: [00:29:16] <antmas> heh
189: [00:29:16] <Colin[pi]> fuck that was annoying
190: [00:29:18] <antmas> I remember
191: [00:29:29] <antmas> same with Oblivion for 360
192: [00:29:51] <Colin[pi]> also, I must say that despite the mixed reviews, I'm really glad I got Remember Me, it's a beautiful game
193: [00:30:08] <Colin[pi]> it IS very linear, and I wish I could explore this rich, detailed Paris
194: [00:30:20] <Colin[pi]> but it's still a very well crafted game
195: [00:30:23] <antmas> I just want Alien Isolation to be good, and SOMA
196: [00:30:47] <Colin[pi]> antmas: maybe we can have a 1v1 UT3 match LOL FOREVER ALONE FACE ;_;
197: [00:30:48] <antmas> anyway, lunch
198: [00:33:06] <Stomach> yum
199: [00:35:19] <Bollig|DesignCty> can anyone tell my why UT would say BLACK MONKEY when you had a long string of kills? ever understood it...
200: [00:35:32] <Colin[pi]> no
201: [00:35:36] <Colin[pi]> FLAK MONKEY
202: [00:35:40] <Colin[pi]> for flak cannon
203: [00:35:58] <Colin[pi]> and lol that's pretty funny
204: [00:36:05] <antmas> hahaha
205: [00:36:10] <antmas> Black Monkey
206: [00:36:31] <Colin[pi]> cliffyb is a racist!
207: [00:36:45] <Ryan-Toast> Bollig|DesignCty: http://i.imgur.com/Evahf.gif
208: [00:37:20] <ss23> Lets get social
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214: [00:46:09] <mattsaddo> hey just wondering if anyone would know why when i install a module for example the silverstripe widgets module. It is saying that it cant find the templates, if i copy the templates from the module directory to theme/blah/templates/ it then seems to work.
215: [00:46:43] <Ryan-Toast> do a flush
216: [00:46:59] <Ryan-Toast> ?flush=all
217: [00:47:10] <mattsaddo> yeah i did a flush
218: [00:47:38] <mattsaddo> and dev build
219: [00:49:50] <Bollig|DesignCty> OH *FLACK* monkey! (derp)
220: [00:49:55] <Ryan-Toast> did you do the flush outside of the dev/build
221: [00:50:05] <Ryan-Toast> you can’t flush on the buiild page
222: [00:50:37] <mattsaddo> maybe thats it, ill give that a go
223: [00:50:38] <mattsaddo> thanks
224: [00:50:52] <munk0r> wow, never knew that.
225: [00:51:00] <munk0r> so many wasted Ctrl-Rs
226: [00:51:17] <Ryan-Toast> munk0r: you need to keybind that shit, son
227: [00:51:50] <Bollig|DesignCty> I didn't know that either Ryan-Toast. interesting, but also annoying as shit.
228: [00:52:12] <munk0r> heh, you have a macro to add ?flush=1 into the address bar and refresh?
229: [00:52:23] <Ryan-Toast> I always have three tabs open. Admin | Dev/build | and the front end, which I use ?flush
230: [00:52:38] <Ryan-Toast> munk0r: I just meant binding Ctrl+r to F5 :P
231: [00:52:57] <munk0r> cmon its not like I'm using IE
232: [00:53:16] <munk0r> and f5 is all the way up there :(
233: [00:53:24] <Bollig|DesignCty> bloody windows devs ;)
234: [00:53:37] <Ryan-Toast> Bollig|DesignCty: :P I’m on a mac…but I hate it.
235: [00:53:44] <munk0r> thumb firmly planted on Cmd
236: [00:54:51] <Bollig|DesignCty> o_O
237: [00:55:14] <Ryan-Toast> Wouldn’t be so bad if Finder wasn’t such a piece of shit.
238: [00:56:42] <Bollig|DesignCty> actually, hard to argue there. has some good points, has some .DS_Store files…. :/
239: [00:57:05] <Ryan-Toast> lol
240: [00:57:22] <Bollig|DesignCty> coming from windows previously, not merging folders with the same name and instead replacing them does my head in every time.
241: [00:57:44] <Ryan-Toast> I have this for anytime I copy paste anything, sigh: find -name "._*" -delete
242: [00:58:17] <Ryan-Toast> also, read-only all the things!
243: [01:04:17] <Bollig|DesignCty> actually devving on mac is currently doing my head in. random permissions issues, all the svn guis are the fracking worst…
244: [01:04:19] <Bollig|DesignCty> *sigh*
245: [01:04:30] <munk0r> svn
246: [01:04:33] <munk0r> :/
247: [01:05:12] <Bollig|DesignCty> you're not one of those 'git is better for every single purpose' people are you? :p
248: [01:05:39] <munk0r> heh, no, but what's svn better at these days? :P
249: [01:05:51] <Ryan-Toast> Bollig|DesignCty: I learned to use git via command line because the GUI was so bad :P
250: [01:06:18] <Bollig|DesignCty> munk0r: pegging revisions for externals.
251: [01:06:35] <Bollig|DesignCty> Ryan-Toast: that's where I'm at. BUT THE GUI LOOKS SO NICE?!
252: [01:07:40] <munk0r> Bollig|DesignCty: yeah?
253: [01:08:23] <Bollig|DesignCty> umm, yeah?
254: [01:08:26] <munk0r> I know git submodules can be damn confusing
255: [01:08:50] <munk0r> bzr has something
256: [01:08:59] <munk0r> ok let's all use svn :D
257: [01:09:40] * ss23 looks at the burgerfuel menu
258: [01:10:16] <antmas> ss23: pls
259: [01:10:19] <antmas> ;________________________________;
260: [01:10:20] <ss23> idk what to get
261: [01:10:25] <ss23> maybe a flame thrower with bacon added to it
262: [01:10:26] <antmas> ss23: link?
263: [01:10:53] <ss23> http://www.burgerfuel.com/nz/menu
264: [01:11:00] <ss23> Could get a Nacho Libre I guess, they're quite nice
265: [01:11:14] <antmas> oh god
266: [01:11:20] <antmas> I should not have done that
267: [01:11:23] <antmas> :O
268: [01:11:24] <ss23> lol
269: [01:11:33] <ss23> I should get a chocolate shake with it too
270: [01:11:41] <antmas> dat peanut piston
271: [01:11:45] <antmas> peanut ftw
272: [01:11:50] <ss23> mm, it's good
273: [01:11:50] <ss23> hmm
274: [01:11:53] <Ryan-Toast> ss23: Order a greedy bastard. They’ll know what you mean.
275: [01:11:53] <ss23> yeah I'll get peanut piston
276: [01:11:58] <ss23> XD
277: [01:12:07] <ss23> Ryan-Toast: I don't like the Bastard!
278: [01:12:26] <Ryan-Toast> ss23: It’s my favoite. Greedy bastard with an egg.
279: [01:12:40] <ss23> Naw, I'll go with a Peanut Piston, spud fries, and a chocolate shake
280: [01:13:29] <antmas> ;__;
281: [01:13:38] <ss23> ^.^
282: [01:13:42] <ss23> When are you visiting Wellington, antmas?
283: [01:13:58] <antmas> July
284: [01:14:03] <spronk> peanut pistm
285: [01:14:04] <spronk> hmm
286: [01:14:10] <spronk> BF's best burger is the bambina
287: [01:14:20] <antmas> Auckland first though
288: [01:14:53] <antmas> lol Ring Burner
289: [01:15:10] <simon_w> The free food here is amazing
290: [01:15:20] <simon_w> Also, free
291: [01:15:30] <antmas> simon_w: -_-
292: [01:16:56] <antmas> that Low Carborator isactually a good idea
293: [01:17:01] <antmas> lettuce buns
294: [01:18:14] <mattsaddo> so hungry now
295: [01:18:27] <mattsaddo> those burgers look delicious
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299: [01:23:24] <Bollig|DesignCty> munk0r: absolutely. Everyone, everywhere should use SVN. Even to make toast. :D
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301: [01:25:48] <Colin[pi]> aw yiss, 3h dev, start to finish, new module with pages/dataobjects, rss feed and pdf generation
302: [01:25:53] <Colin[pi]> fuck yeah silverstripe
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304: [01:27:06] <Ryan-Toast> Colin[pi]: I made a $20,000 website in three days last week. Boss was pretty happy.
305: [01:28:08] <Colin[pi]> Ryan-Toast: nice :)
306: [01:28:26] <Ryan-Toast> Silverstripe + My Boilerplate = ez mode
307: [01:30:39] <antmas> yeah, super happy with having Ryan-Toast 's BP on standby for builds
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309: [01:30:57] <ss23> mmm
310: [01:31:01] <ss23> burgerfuel thick shake...
311: [01:31:03] <ss23> peanut piston
312: [01:31:04] <ss23> <3
313: [01:31:21] <antmas> fuckyoufuckyoufuckyoufuckyoufuckyoufuckyoufuckyoufuckyou
314: [01:47:32] <Bollig|DesignCty> just heard about this: http://heartbleed.com/
315: [01:48:23] <antmas> it's all over every tech blog
316: [01:49:46] * Bollig|DesignCty should probably subscribe to a few then...
317: [01:55:42] <Colin[pi]> imagine being the programmer responsible
318: [01:55:50] <antmas> Colin[pi]: o.O
319: [01:56:22] <antmas> blame on the kids keeping you up at night the night before release
320: [01:56:24] <antmas> works every time
321: [02:06:03] <ss23> Bollig|DesignCty: I hope you're not a sysadmin! :P
322: [02:06:15] <ss23> Sysadmin should learn about sec vulns faster than 2 days late!
323: [02:08:34] <Colin[pi]> http://blog.bro.org/2014/04/detecting-heartbleed-bug-using-bro.html
324: [02:09:01] <Stomach> fucking configuration
325: [02:10:35] <Stomach> http://pastie.org/9069322
326: [02:10:47] <Stomach> why does BlogEntryExtension always run before CatalogPageExtension
327: [02:10:51] <Stomach> how do i make it so it doesn't
328: [02:10:55] <Stomach> why isn't this easy
329: [02:11:01] <Stomach> :'(
330: [02:20:09] <Colin[pi]> hmm my node is not seeing the openssl patch
331: [02:21:57] <Stomach> compile it from source
332: [02:22:11] <Stomach> this is your customers identities we're talking about
333: [02:23:11] <Bollig|DesignCty> ss23: absolutely not a sysadmin. I don't have a neck beard either :p
334: [02:23:40] <ss23> Bollig|DesignCty: GET ONE :O
335: [02:23:47] <ss23> Otherwise who will look afteer your servers?!
336: [02:24:09] <Bollig|DesignCty> other people far smarter than me :p
337: [02:24:17] <antmas> dat neckbeard
338: [02:24:20] <antmas> I grow one
339: [02:27:26] <Colin[pi]> Stomach: yeah I'll prolly have to compile it, did an apt-get upgrade but it's still the older version
340: [02:28:02] <Stomach> what distro are you on?
341: [02:28:11] <Stomach> did you do apt-get update first?
342: [02:28:34] <ss23> Colin[pi]: If you're on old-stable, it won't need an update
343: [02:28:50] <ss23> Remember it's not `openss`l you need to ugprade, it's the libraries that your nginx/apache/whatever is using
344: [02:29:20] <ajmitch> if you're on a recent version, they backported a patch so you don't get a whole library upgrade
345: [02:30:08] <Colin[pi]> Stomach: debian 6 (squeeze)
346: [02:30:15] <Colin[pi]> yeah did the update first
347: [02:30:27] <ajmitch> too old to be affected
348: [02:30:27] <Zauberfisch> I think squeeze is not effected
349: [02:30:34] <ss23> lol
350: [02:30:36] <Zauberfisch> if I remember correctly, that is 0.9
351: [02:30:40] <ss23> That's what meant we didn't need to paych
352: [02:30:40] <ss23> :D
353: [02:30:44] <ss23> Zauberfisch: yeah. .9.8
354: [02:30:51] <Colin[pi]> OpenSSL 0.9.8o yep
355: [02:30:57] <Colin[pi]> ok let me check my other node
356: [02:31:06] <ajmitch> you need to keep up with the times
357: [02:31:06] <Zauberfisch> then you are good according to http://heartbleed.com/
358: [02:31:32] <Zauberfisch> Operating system distribution with versions that are not vulnerable: Debian Squeeze (oldstable), OpenSSL 0.9.8o-4squeeze14
359: [02:31:43] <Colin[pi]> oh cool, so that one is ok ;)
360: [02:32:46] <Colin[pi]> ok my other one is wheezy, checking now
361: [02:33:52] <ajmitch> needs to be 1.0.1e-2+deb7u5
362: [02:34:16] <Colin[pi]> the tool is saying it's ok but the build date is pre April 7
363: [02:34:37] <ajmitch> log in, dpkg -l libssl1.0.1
364: [02:34:55] <Colin[pi]> no packages found
365: [02:35:06] <ajmitch> uh, 1.0.0, not 1.0.1 :)
366: [02:35:27] <Colin[pi]> version 1.0.1e-2
367: [02:35:37] <ajmitch> needs upgrade
368: [02:35:44] <Colin[pi]> yep no +deb7u5
369: [02:36:04] * antmas sends link to sysadmins
370: [02:36:49] <antmas> Neckbeards, ASSEMBLE!
371: [02:39:57] <Colin[pi]> aww my node has 243 days uptime, might need to restart it
372: [02:40:47] <antmas> Colin[pi]: dat uptime
373: [02:40:47] <ajmitch> or restart the libssl-using services
374: [02:41:01] <Colin[pi]> mm
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376: [02:43:55] <travis-ci> [travis-ci] silverstripe/silverstripe-cms#836 (3.1 - baff7f1 : Damian Mooyman): The build passed.
377: [02:43:55] <travis-ci> [travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-cms/compare/f40de3b1a740...baff7f12bd91
378: [02:43:55] <travis-ci> [travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/silverstripe/silverstripe-cms/builds/22660125
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380: [02:49:35] <antmas> I just got the best request ever
381: [02:49:52] <ss23> ONE BILLION DOLLARS
382: [02:50:27] <antmas> I just got asked
383: [02:50:29] <antmas> to
384: [02:50:31] <antmas> clean
385: [02:50:35] <antmas> the spider web
386: [02:50:37] <antmas> off this
387: [02:50:51] <antmas> http://www.tasman.govt.nz/tasman/webcams-in-tasman/golden-bay-webcam/
388: [02:52:02] <Ryan-Toast> oh local govt, so much useless shit.
389: [02:52:18] <antmas> haha
390: [02:52:23] <antmas> it's on a 50ft pole
391: [02:52:31] <antmas> that's not in my JD!
392: [02:52:34] <antmas> :P
393: [02:53:02] <Zauberfisch> Colin[pi]: I didn't had to restart my nodes after the update
394: [02:54:07] <Colin[pi]> nope it asks for the services to restart during the upgrade
395: [02:54:24] <Zauberfisch> services, yes
396: [02:54:26] <Colin[pi]> just rechecked it and appears patched now :)
397: [02:57:25] <Colin[pi]> dat web site refresh after doing an apt-get upgrade ;)
398: [02:57:32] <Colin[pi]> satisfying
399: [03:00:40] <antmas> Colin[pi]: I know those feels
400: [03:00:57] <Colin[pi]> I mean it shouldn't break.......
401: [03:00:59] <Colin[pi]> ;)
402: [03:07:13] <Colin[pi]> whew, my node with the most vhosts upgraded ok
403: [03:07:20] <Colin[pi]> always makes me nervous as fuck
404: [03:07:29] <antmas> awesome
405: [03:07:36] <antmas> import image slider with global.ss
406: [03:07:37] <Colin[pi]> all patched, all working yay
407: [03:07:46] <antmas> makes whole site layout go McSpazz
408: [03:07:55] <antmas> global.css*
409: [03:08:41] <Ryan-Toast> there’s only one css file. The glorious compressed.min.css
410: [03:09:00] <antmas> always
411: [03:14:05] <Stomach> delete database, import database, run migration, find errors, repeat
412: [03:14:16] <Stomach> this is the surest path the damnation
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417: [03:28:22] <antmas> css conflict issues :|
418: [03:28:25] <antmas> fook
419: [03:29:07] <ss23> FIX IT FIX IT FIX IT FIX IT
420: [03:29:09] <ss23> bah
421: [03:29:11] <ss23> I got the satay burps
422: [03:29:41] <antmas> #container
423: [03:29:50] <antmas> THAT'S A GOOD CLASS NAME TO USE
424: [03:29:54] <antmas> such unique
425: [03:29:59] <antmas> no problems
426: [03:30:32] <Zauberfisch> #other-container
427: [03:30:34] <Zauberfisch> there.
428: [03:30:36] <Zauberfisch> fixed.
429: [03:30:43] <Ryan-Toast> lol
430: [03:30:46] <Zauberfisch> :D
431: [03:30:47] <antmas> Zauberfisch: not when you have it loaded in js
432: [03:30:48] <Stomach> #primary-container-for-this-site-only-with-a-unique-identifier
433: [03:30:53] <antmas> @_@
434: [03:31:07] <Stomach> who uses ID's anyway
435: [03:31:11] <Stomach> so oldschool
436: [03:31:32] <Zauberfisch> I hate to jump on the "classes are so much cooler than IDs" band waggon
437: [03:31:34] <Zauberfisch> but he is right
438: [03:31:44] <Ryan-Toast> I hate when people do classes like .main-menu-secondary-menu__child-element
439: [03:31:57] <Zauberfisch> -.-
440: [03:31:58] <Stomach> Ryan-Toast thats what SASS and LESS are for
441: [03:31:58] <Zauberfisch> indeed
442: [03:32:01] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: try doubling that for Sharepoint
443: [03:32:08] <Stomach> to match the dom, easy peasy :D
444: [03:32:41] <Stomach> and Zauberfisch - I'm not on the bandwagon, I'm on the "I insert all my javascript dynamically now" bangwagon
445: [03:32:49] <Stomach> (which I'm not actually on yet)
446: [03:33:10] <Ryan-Toast> Stomach: All my shit is usuall yx-loop > item
447: [03:33:28] <Ryan-Toast> e.g https://github.com/Rhym/ss_boilerplate/blob/master/Boilerplate/sass/_modules.scss
448: [03:34:06] <Stomach> your code looks suspiciously similar to mine
449: [03:34:37] <Stomach> although I use normal comment // for my headings
450: [03:34:50] <Ryan-Toast> I like the big heading blogs :)
451: [03:35:40] <Stomach> yeah I have the same look, just with different comment stuff
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453: [03:35:50] <Ryan-Toast> AKA: best look
454: [03:38:15] <Mech> Yo, I'm getting Action 'EditorToolbar' isn't allowed on class ResourceAdmin. It's an htmltext field on a dataobject, Resource. Should I need to be allowing cms actions in my modeladmin or am I doing something wrong here?
455: [03:42:29] <antmas> ok time for party metal
456: [03:47:33] <Ryan-Toast> antmas: babymetal?
457: [03:49:35] <Ryan-Toast> antmas: educate yourself: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WIKqgE4BwAY
458: [03:55:11] * simon_w quit (Quit: This computer has gone to sleep)
459: [03:56:45] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: dude, I'm a metal head, I love Baby Metal
460: [03:56:48] <antmas> GIVE ME CHOCO!
461: [03:57:06] <Ryan-Toast> They’re having aEuropean tour next month :P
462: [03:58:05] <antmas> would be a great show
463: [03:58:10] <Ryan-Toast> Megitsune is probs my favorite one.
464: [03:58:13] <antmas> but you'd feel weird 'seeing' them
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466: [03:58:29] <Ryan-Toast> Yeah, defs.
467: [03:58:35] <Ryan-Toast> They’re like 14, 14, and 17.
468: [03:58:55] <antmas> crazy
469: [03:58:58] <Ryan-Toast> would be kawaii as fuck though.
470: [04:04:09] <antmas> mmm dat full site crawl
471: [04:08:49] <Stomach> http://imgur.com/wT4XtDj
472: [04:08:56] <ss23> lol
473: [04:08:59] <ss23> that gif, Stomach
474: [04:08:59] <ss23> like
475: [04:09:01] <ss23> so many questions
476: [04:09:09] <Stomach> yeah I know :D
477: [04:09:15] <Stomach> its awesome
478: [04:09:44] <Stomach> that little tug...
479: [04:09:58] <ss23> ;p;
480: [04:09:59] <ss23> lol
481: [04:10:04] <ss23> 15:58:59 < Ryan-Toast> would be kawaii as fuck though.
482: [04:10:09] <ss23> SUGOI KAWAII NEKOCHAIN~
483: [04:10:11] <ss23> chan*
484: [04:10:42] <Ryan-Toast> what’s nekochan?
485: [04:10:42] <Stomach> happy cat girl?
486: [04:10:50] <Ryan-Toast> I think sugoi menas super?
487: [04:10:50] <ss23> お兄ちゃんわバカ!!!!
488: [04:11:00] <ss23> lol
489: [04:11:09] <ss23> Yeah, something like "super cute cat girl"
490: [04:11:45] <Ryan-Toast> Ah, haha
491: [04:12:01] <Ryan-Toast> fucking suigoi kawaii, man.
492: [04:13:03] <Ryan-Toast> ss23: you listened to them?
493: [04:13:45] <ss23> Babymetal? Yeah, but not since they (I presume?) did a new ablum and got popular in Western circles
494: [04:13:48] <ss23> :P
495: [04:13:58] <Ryan-Toast> oh, snapple.
496: [04:14:41] <antmas> they're doing some tour with Chthonic - fucking love those guys
497: [04:14:55] <Ryan-Toast> can’t wait to get home and reads my book, aww yeahhhh. #ruthless
498: [04:15:05] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: book?
499: [04:15:31] <Ryan-Toast> antmas: yes.
500: [04:15:46] <Stomach> whatcha reading
501: [04:15:54] <Ryan-Toast> The Mistborn series.
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503: [04:16:10] <Ryan-Toast> retty light, but the figt scenes are great, and the magic system is very cool.
504: [04:16:12] <ss23> The Mistborn series is four high fantasy novels written by Brandon Sanderson and published by Tor Fantasy
505: [04:16:15] <ss23> :O
506: [04:16:17] <ss23> TOR?!
507: [04:16:30] <Ryan-Toast> TOR
508: [04:16:38] * ss23 taps his feet
509: [04:16:47] <ss23> Generals gathered in their masses!
510: [04:16:54] * antmas_ taps his feet too
511: [04:16:55] <ss23> Just like witches at black masses
512: [04:17:00] <ss23> Evil minds that plot destruction!!!
513: [04:17:11] <ss23> Not a bad Google Music playlist
514: [04:17:19] <ss23> Killswitch, Megadeth, Pantera, Ozzy
515: [04:17:25] <Ryan-Toast> Mistborn series is kind of like oceans eleven meets lord of the rings.
516: [04:17:28] <antmas_> Sabbath!
517: [04:17:32] <antmas_> :D
518: [04:18:04] <antmas_> ss23: add Kvelertak too that and you're golden
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520: [04:18:07] <Stomach> yeah I read that 2 weeks ago
521: [04:18:23] <Stomach> his new one is really good, words of radiance
522: [04:18:31] <ss23> wEll there's still system of a down, black label society, exodus, metallica, soulfly, tool, slipknot...
523: [04:19:18] * antmas quit (Ping timeout: 240 seconds)
524: [04:19:28] * antmas_ is now known as antmas
525: [04:19:42] <antmas> beep boop
526: [04:19:44] <Stomach> i just read pretty much all of sanderson after finally finishing WoT
527: [04:19:56] <Stomach> his books were much faster than the others lol
528: [04:20:03] <antmas> you guys and your fantasy
529: [04:20:19] <Stomach> can't spend all day reading about how fucked up Iran is
530: [04:20:42] <antmas> needs moar scifi
531: [04:21:22] <Ryan-Toast> High fantasy 4 lyf
532: [04:21:53] <Stomach> yeah scifi can get fucked
533: [04:22:13] <Stomach> although I need to read the next four books from hitchhikers
534: [04:22:58] <Ryan-Toast> I just need to read more, my good reads list is embarrassingly small and juvinile.
535: [04:24:09] <antmas> pfffty
536: [04:24:27] <antmas> High fantasy is for n00bs
537: [04:24:33] <ss23> lol
538: [04:24:35] <ss23> What does antmas prefer?
539: [04:24:35] <Stomach> i don't record what i read
540: [04:24:38] <Stomach> would take too much time
541: [04:24:49] <antmas> I like both :P
542: [04:24:51] <ss23> Stomach: Pretty sure it would add like 1% of time
543: [04:24:52] <ss23> :P
544: [04:24:57] <Ryan-Toast> Stomach, I like doing it because I get good recommendations
545: [04:25:03] <antmas> but 99% of it is waaaaayy to juvinile
546: [04:25:04] <Stomach> and then i wouldn't ever buy a book and read 30% of it and then get really angry at myself
547: [04:25:18] <Stomach> ss23 - I've been reading lots of penguin books lately, so maybe 2% :P
548: [04:25:22] <ss23> XD
549: [04:25:34] <antmas> I like weird fiction more than anything
550: [04:25:52] <antmas> lovecraft, Poe etc
551: [04:26:51] <Stomach> poe? you're a goth!
552: [04:27:07] <Ryan-Toast> I’ve just been going through the top rated adult fantasy :P https://www.goodreads.com/shelf/show/adult-fantasy
553: [04:27:49] <Stomach> so much GoT and WoT
554: [04:28:03] <Ryan-Toast> I haven’t read WoT yet. So many books.
555: [04:29:33] <Ryan-Toast> I started reading the magician series, but there are 30 books.
556: [04:30:40] <antmas> le beer clock
557: [04:30:43] <antmas> oclock*
558: [04:31:02] <Stomach> is that polagara the sorceress and stuff?
559: [04:31:31] <Ryan-Toast> Stomach: the riftwar saga
560: [04:31:35] <Stomach> ah okay
561: [04:32:17] <antmas> later all
562: [04:32:19] <Ryan-Toast> Stomach: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Riftwar_Cycle
563: [04:32:36] <Stomach> cya antmas
564: [04:33:04] * simon_w has joined #silverstripe
565: [04:35:52] <Ryan-Toast> lol: http://blackoutdiaries.info/2013/12/02/noahs-journal/?blogOnly=true
566: [04:36:58] * zipp has joined #silverstripe
567: [04:37:09] <zipp> ss23: Jez dude… broke the docs didn't ya :) http://doc.silverstripe.org/framework/en/reference/requirements
568: [04:38:28] <zipp> ss23: Question, on the silverstripe website the download lists 3.1.4 but I can only see announcements for 3.1.3 and the title isn't updated. is 3.1.4 actually released or still rc1 and someones made a mistake
569: [04:38:42] <zipp> simon_w: hows the trip?
570: [04:38:48] * antmas quit (Ping timeout: 240 seconds)
571: [04:39:11] <simon_w> zipp, good?
572: [04:39:27] <zipp> simon_w: whos asking the question here......O.o
573: [04:39:46] <simon_w> I never know how to answer questions like that :p
574: [04:40:38] <Zauberfisch> simon_w: I know that problem to well.
575: [04:40:53] <ss23> zipp: It's released, it was just someone doing the release who has never done one before
576: [04:40:56] <ss23> :P
577: [04:41:15] <ss23> zipp: If you link me to all the places that need to say "3.1.4" or have something posted, do it, and I'll get it updated
578: [04:41:20] <Zauberfisch> I have deduced that in some communities it is actually approriate to just take it for a "hello" and not worthy of a reply
579: [04:41:21] <ss23> I'll look at doc.silverstripe.org now
580: [04:41:27] <Zauberfisch> people are so confusing
581: [04:42:02] <simon_w> ss23, also, ss-anounce so I have something to like the topic to
582: [04:42:07] <ss23> Umm
583: [04:42:08] <ss23> Okay
584: [04:45:55] <Colin[pi]> guys if I drive a campervan from auckland to wellington am I likely to get stabbed?
585: [04:46:14] <ss23> Colin[pi]: Yes, but the person stabbing will be either yourself, or the person who's with you
586: [04:46:18] <ss23> It's a shitty long drive
587: [04:46:20] <an_Eskimo> Depends on where you stop... Turangi or Tokoroa maybe.
588: [04:46:58] <Colin[pi]> lol long is ok, we'll do it over a week
589: [04:47:19] <Colin[pi]> campervan will keep hotel costs down, and we need a hire car anyway
590: [04:49:17] <Colin[pi]> holy shit they charge $450 NZD to finish in Welly
591: [04:49:22] <Colin[pi]> need to finish in CC
592: [04:50:35] <simon_w> ss23, it's a 8 hour drive. Man up :p
593: [04:51:14] <simon_w> Colin[pi], you'll be fine
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595: [04:54:49] <ss23> simon_w: Assuming yhou don't stop, WHICH MAKES YOU WANT TO STAB PEOPLE
596: [04:55:17] <ss23> hamilton to wgtn is bad enough
597: [04:56:18] <cameron__> hey dudes - I am having a really strange problem I was hoping someone could help me with
598: [04:56:37] <zipp> cameron__: totally dude
599: [04:56:55] <cameron__> I just upgraded to SS3.1.4
600: [04:57:08] <cameron__> Everything worked great on my local machine, and on our staging server
601: [04:57:22] <cameron__> not everything is sweet live too - BUT the freakin CMS wont load
602: [04:57:23] <ss23> lol
603: [04:57:26] <ss23> XD
604: [04:57:26] <cameron__> if I go /admin
605: [04:57:34] <cameron__> it asks me to login
606: [04:57:45] <cameron__> now* everything is sweet live
607: [04:57:52] <ss23> simon_w: Posted now :)
608: [04:58:10] <cameron__> If I try login to the admin section it just refreshse the login form with no explanation
609: [04:58:14] <cameron__> although it does log you in
610: [04:58:15] <ss23> zipp: docs back up now
611: [04:58:50] <zipp> cameron__: Does it happen 100% of the time, have you tried an incognito window?
612: [04:59:11] <cameron__> You can still use forgot password / change password and do other logged in things across the website
613: [04:59:17] <cameron__> will try an incog window
614: [05:00:46] <cameron__> incog still does the same thing
615: [05:01:03] <cameron__> it's like when you go to /admin that it is forgetting you are logged in
616: [05:01:24] <cameron__> I have a little "Logged in as " thing in the corner which dissapears when you go to /admin
617: [05:01:36] <cameron__> but is still there everywhere else
618: [05:02:02] <ss23> cameron__: Do you have Team Viewer, or can I have a URL + login creds to test with?
619: [05:02:15] <ss23> Otherwise, I would look at how/if it's setting cookies
620: [05:02:44] <cameron__> hmmm
621: [05:02:46] <zipp> I got a fresh 3.1.4 and it's been fine for me with logging in, upgrades might be differen
622: [05:03:03] <cameron__> I just noticed then when I go to /admin it is losing https
623: [05:03:10] <cameron__> will investigate that
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626: [05:03:18] <Zauberfisch> ss23: so ... can I also give you teamviewer acces, I have a couple of projects that need to be implemented :D
627: [05:03:43] <ss23> XD
628: [05:03:44] <ss23> You wish
629: [05:03:44] <ss23> :P
630: [05:03:49] <ss23> cameron__: Yeah, that could be it!
631: [05:04:00] <mattsaddo> if i for example do <% loop blogPosts %> in a widget template, isn't that meant call the method for that widget
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633: [05:04:46] <zipp> https is redundant anyway isn't it with heartbeat functionality :)
634: [05:04:50] <zipp> bleed rather
635: [05:05:25] <cameron__> Now I just have to figure out all of these horrible .htaccess rewrites that someone wrote
636: [05:05:31] <cameron__> to force the https
637: [05:05:35] <cameron__> D:
638: [05:05:40] <cameron__> Thansk for the help!
639: [05:06:18] <zipp> woah! just had some Jam and Spoon come on spotify
640: [05:08:58] <simon_w> ss23, and I'll grab links once I've replied to this email
641: [05:10:27] <ss23> cool
642: [05:14:07] <mani_> Hey SSIRC. Quick question. Can anyone tell me if there's a quick way to delete dataobjects and any instances of dataobjects that have relationships to them? Or do I have to manually go through each?
643: [05:16:08] * kerozene is now known as kerosene
644: [05:16:29] <ss23> mani_: Probably could script it easily, but nothing automated for "Delete this dataobject and everything related to it" that I know of
645: [05:17:24] <mani_> ss23 OK, it was a long shot to get me home on time ;)
646: [05:17:33] <mani_> ss23 - thanks :)
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648: [05:19:27] <boytikz> Is it OK to use UploadField's multiple upload,drag n drop etc. for front end forms?
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669: [07:18:50] <jordanmk> hi guys
670: [07:19:34] <jordanmk> do SilverStripe's UserDefinedForms get emailed to some set email address, or do they only show up under "Submissions"?
671: [07:19:35] <simon_w> Morning
672: [07:20:00] <simon_w> You can set what email addresses they get emailed to in the Recipients tab
673: [07:20:30] <jordanmk> i don't seem to have a Recipients tab :S
674: [07:21:16] <jordanmk> http://i.imgur.com/aeV6R3t.png
675: [07:22:09] <simon_w> Might be under Configuration
676: [07:22:40] <jordanmk> wow, i'm blind, don't know how i didn't see it there lol. cheers mate
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682: [07:40:54] <Tanger> Hey fellas
683: [07:42:01] <jordanmk> okay i'm having a very strange issue
684: [07:42:45] <mattsaddo> whats the issue?
685: [07:43:02] <jordanmk> in the CMS for a Blog post, when clicking on the "Insert Media" button (trying to insert an image), an error pops up saying "Notice at line 43 of /home/nnd/public_html/framework/filesystem/GD.php", and the lightbox for inserting media is completely empty
686: [07:43:18] <jordanmk> line 43 of that file is "list($width, $height, $type, $attr) = getimagesize($filename);"
687: [07:44:25] <jordanmk> if i then click on the "Insert Media" button again, it doesn't show an error anymore, just an empty lightbox
688: [07:45:06] <mattsaddo> do you have GD image library installed
689: [07:45:06] <jordanmk> don't know where to even start with this issue, seems like Silverstripe's built in functionality is broken?
690: [07:45:19] <jordanmk> not sure, how could i check?
691: [07:46:54] <mattsaddo> create a php file with any name and put <?php phpinfo(); ?> in it
692: [07:46:58] <mattsaddo> then go to that page
693: [07:47:07] <mattsaddo> it should contain all info about php
694: [07:47:14] <mattsaddo> check if the GD module is installed
695: [07:47:19] <mattsaddo> you using windows? linux?
696: [07:48:45] <jordanmk> GD Support enabled
697: [07:48:46] <jordanmk> GD Version bundled (2.1.0 compatible)
698: [07:48:56] <jordanmk> windows
699: [07:49:00] <mattsaddo> ah ok
700: [07:49:24] <mattsaddo> did you just install the blog module
701: [07:49:28] <mattsaddo> did you make sure to flush
702: [07:51:18] <jordanmk> nah it's been installed for ages. this is a site originally made by someone else that i'm now working on, and have just realised that the Insert Media functionality isn't working
703: [07:51:35] <mattsaddo> oh ok so its using an older version of silverstripe?
704: [07:51:58] <jordanmk> i think it's using 3.1, any way to check?
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706: [07:53:42] <mattsaddo> file in cms folder
707: [07:53:47] <mattsaddo> called silverstripe_version
708: [07:53:54] <mattsaddo> contains the version number
709: [07:54:55] <jordanmk> cheers, it's 3.1.2
710: [07:56:27] <mattsaddo> maybe file permissions error
711: [07:56:31] <mattsaddo> but im not 100% sure
712: [07:56:40] <mattsaddo> maybe some one else will be able to give you a hand
713: [07:59:17] <mattsaddo> anyway gtg, sorry i couldn't be much help
714: [07:59:17] <mattsaddo> cya
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716: [07:59:24] <jordanmk> no worries, thanks for trying
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724: [08:32:00] <micmania1> I officially declare it summer!
725: [08:33:02] <ss23> YAY!
726: [08:33:09] <ss23> micmania1: And now when you move to Wellington, you'll get to enjoy the Winter!
727: [08:33:13] <ss23> :3
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729: [08:33:17] <micmania1> :(
730: [08:33:24] <micmania1> its more like our summer though haha
731: [08:33:40] <micmania1> Its currently 9 degrees
732: [08:33:45] <ss23> XD
733: [08:33:47] <ss23> Very summer!
734: [08:33:47] <Colin[pi]> NZ travel brochure I got today, Avg High in July for Welly: 12C My gf: "welp"
735: [08:34:04] <ss23> Colin[pi]: It's 13.4 atm!
736: [08:34:07] <ss23> And raininer
737: [08:34:09] <ss23> raining*
738: [08:34:11] <ss23> SO HOT
739: [08:34:27] <Colin[pi]> our last winter holiday we went from those temps to tropical north queensland, 26C
740: [08:34:35] <Colin[pi]> this time it'll be getting colder I think
741: [08:34:43] <Pynzk> Colin[pi]: went to Aus in the middle of winter when I was young. Checked into motel for the night, lady gives us extra blankets telling us we'll need them, it gets cold at night. DOWN TO 15 DEGREES
742: [08:34:45] <ss23> 26 isn't deadly hot, but I don't like it that hot
743: [08:34:50] <ss23> Pynzk: XD
744: [08:34:51] <ss23> Pynzk: ME TOO
745: [08:34:52] <Colin[pi]> Pynzk: LOL
746: [08:35:02] <Pynzk> We just looked at her and said "that's a nice sunny DAY".
747: [08:35:20] <ss23> Walked home in ~13 degree weather once, got home, everyone wrapped up in blankets and shit like "OMG IT'S THE COLDEST IT'S BEEN IN THE LAST 10 YEARS"
748: [08:35:21] <Pynzk> then proceeded to not sleep a wink all night because it was too fucking hot (just slept with the sheet only in the end)
749: [08:35:23] <micmania1> 26C... that's like one of our hottest days of the year
750: [08:35:40] <Colin[pi]> first time I went to Cairns I nearly died walking off the plane, so hot... then I got to the hotel and the woman was putting on a jumper "cold day today"
751: [08:35:50] <Pynzk> hahaha
752: [08:35:57] <Pynzk> Colin[pi]: yeah, this was mackay
753: [08:36:20] <Pynzk> 15 at night in the middle of winter.
754: [08:36:23] <Colin[pi]> Pynzk: yeah our resort last July near Cairns had just sheets on the bed, middle of winter
755: [08:36:31] <Pynzk> keke
756: [08:36:44] <Pynzk> BECAUSE YOU'RE A WUSS FROM CANBERRA RITE?
757: [08:36:57] <Colin[pi]> indeed
758: [08:37:05] <Pynzk> :P
759: [08:37:16] <Colin[pi]> my gf struggles here though, freezing cold day for her is like 18C
760: [08:37:27] <ss23> Colin[pi]: So what you're saying is... if you coem to NZ...
761: [08:37:29] <Pynzk> dat Bra zil.
762: [08:37:30] <ss23> Colin[pi]: She'll be really cold?
763: [08:37:34] <ss23> Colin[pi]: I'm willing to get her body heat
764: [08:37:35] <ss23> :3
765: [08:37:35] <Colin[pi]> ss23: yes
766: [08:37:38] <Colin[pi]> ss23: no
767: [08:37:43] <Tanger> Haha
768: [08:37:48] <ss23> XD
769: [08:37:56] <Pynzk> xD
770: [08:37:57] <ss23> Colin[pi]: But won't you be at a conference, and her and the other girls'll be at my place?
771: [08:38:00] <ss23> ;)
772: [08:38:34] <Colin[pi]> i'll hand her your photo with the caption "do not engage in conversation with this man at any cost"
773: [08:38:35] <Pynzk> micmania1: it is quite warm today though.
774: [08:38:41] <ss23> hahah Colin[pi]
775: [08:38:45] <Pynzk> but... only when the breeze stays down right
776: [08:38:50] <ss23> Colin[pi]: I'm not going to be engaging in 'conversation' with her
777: [08:38:51] <ss23> ;)
778: [08:38:59] <micmania1> Pynzk: definitely a no coat day
779: [08:39:03] <Colin[pi]> -_-
780: [08:39:06] <ss23> Colin[pi]: ^.^
781: [08:39:07] <Pynzk> windbreaker day :>
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783: [08:39:15] <Colin[pi]> ss23: get your own brazilian
784: [08:39:18] <Pynzk> just like wellington in summer!
785: [08:39:19] <ss23> XD
786: [08:39:27] <ss23> Wellington in Summer is too hot!
787: [08:39:31] <Colin[pi]> they love gringos so you'd be all set
788: [08:39:38] <ss23> Walking to work in sumer == soooooo hot
789: [08:39:39] <micmania1> how hot is it in the summer?
790: [08:39:41] <Pynzk> eyyy gringo
791: [08:39:43] <ss23> micmania1: Like 20+
792: [08:39:45] <ss23> micmania1: :(
793: [08:39:47] <Pynzk> micmania1: ~30
794: [08:39:55] <micmania1> FUCK YEAH!
795: [08:39:57] <Pynzk> on a good day
796: [08:40:02] <Pynzk> because global warming
797: [08:40:25] <ss23> Colin[pi]: Psh, you misunderstand! I don't want a Brazillian! I just think it'd be fun to mess around with your girl while you're busy :D
798: [08:40:29] <Pynzk> and every other cunt in the world has conspired specifically to fuck NZ over the most in global warming because they're so jealous
799: [08:40:38] <Pynzk> micmania1: you'll need lots of sun screen.
800: [08:40:39] <ss23> Colin[pi]: See, now when you visit, you're going to be legtimiately paranoid that I'm going to make a move
801: [08:40:43] <ss23> Colin[pi]: SEE? FUN :D
802: [08:41:04] <Pynzk> micmania1: other countries? Stay in the sun for hours. NZ sun? 15 mins and you're bright fucking red.
803: [08:41:26] <Colin[pi]> ss23: I don't want a Brazillian! <-- a wax? never know, you might like it
804: [08:41:29] <ss23> XD
805: [08:41:49] <micmania1> oh shit. I burn bad
806: [08:41:57] <Pynzk> yeah, so does everyone.
807: [08:42:03] <Pynzk> Just gotta be aware of it.
808: [08:42:03] <ss23> I don't burn
809: [08:42:04] <ss23> ^.^
810: [08:42:05] <Pynzk> :>
811: [08:42:22] <Pynzk> micmania1: lucky you'll be going into winter, but you can still burn even then.
812: [08:42:32] <Pynzk> of course. It only takes sun.
813: [08:42:38] <ss23> Iz only smellz
814: [08:42:40] <Pynzk> but it's just something to be aware of.
815: [08:42:42] <Pynzk> :>
816: [08:42:43] <ss23> s/smellz/sun/
817: [08:42:47] <Pynzk> Don't want you getting skin cancer!
818: [08:45:50] <Tanger> Hey, anybody here good with php/json encoding
819: [08:46:04] <Pynzk> is that a troll/joke?
820: [08:46:15] <Tanger> Half anf half
821: [08:46:17] <ss23> lol
822: [08:48:01] <Pynzk> So no actual question then.
823: [08:48:04] <Tanger> I'm having issues rendering html from values obtained via Convert::array2json
824: [08:48:05] <Pynzk> thought so.
825: [08:48:10] <Tanger> I was getting there, just phrasing lol
826: [08:48:33] <Tanger> Does json_encode escape html entities by default?
827: [08:48:38] <Pynzk> Yeah well it's not a question... that is! ^
828: [08:48:49] <Pynzk> it probably shouldn't.
829: [08:48:51] <Pynzk> idk
830: [08:49:24] <Bollig|DesignCty> probably don't need to comment then? ;)
831: [08:52:56] <Tanger> I'm working with the particularly annoying GridFieldAddExistingAutocompleter
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834: [09:08:36] <svandragt> I've got a page controller class (eg Products_Controller) with an allowed action (eg Product) which gets the ID param and processes that which works like /products/product/5232 but some external server is calling /products/product/5232/rubbish/rubbish and this results in a [Warning] popCurrent called on ModelAsController controller, but it wasn't at the top of the stack + Page not found in browser. any idea how to handle this?
835: [09:09:44] <svandragt> Stack: Director::direct then ModelAsController->handleRequest and Controller->popCurrent
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837: [09:12:49] * qlex says hi
838: [09:13:03] <qlex> guys, truing to install ss on nazwa.pl hosting (polish)
839: [09:13:05] <qlex> getting:
840: [09:13:23] <qlex> I couldn't find a database server on 'sql.xxxx.nazwa.pl': Access denied for user 'xxxx_2'@'xx.xx.xx.xx' (using password: YES)
841: [09:13:32] <qlex> its mysql 5.5 server - could this be the reason ?
842: [09:13:45] <qlex> somebody once said there might be problems iwht 5.5 - i remmeber reading on ss forum
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844: [09:15:19] <Pynzk> qlex: probably not, but it would be better if you could use a real database I guess anyway.
845: [09:15:25] <Pynzk> like Postgre
846: [09:15:54] <Pynzk> all that errors saying is that you either your user isn't set up properly, or it doesn't exist.
847: [09:16:06] <Pynzk> (or you're trying to connect from the wrong computer)
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850: [09:19:11] <qlex> Pynzk: this is a regular virtual hosting, so i have no option to switch to diff database server
851: [09:19:22] <qlex> i read somewhere that changing the port from 3307 to regular 3306 might help
852: [09:19:37] <qlex> but some other company where i installed ss, switched to mysql 5.0 server and then i could install ss3
853: [09:19:45] <Pynzk> qlex: the user is set up to only be able to connect from specific hosts.
854: [09:19:58] <qlex> maybe, i asked hosting company
855: [09:20:09] <Pynzk> you need to know that you're trying to establish connection from the defined IP or hostname or whatever.
856: [09:20:20] <qlex> as for db server im not instructed to type in localhost, but sql.xxxx.nazwa.pl
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858: [09:20:46] <Pynzk> qlex: that's because of the way mysql authorisatoin works. You have to put the hostname in, otherwise it doesn't work.
859: [09:21:45] <Pynzk> same on your localhost, if you don't say localhost (instead saying 127.0.0.1) it won't work.
860: [09:21:53] <Pynzk> same with ports iirc.
861: [09:22:29] <qlex> so what i am left with is waiting for answer from hosting company rite ?
862: [09:22:47] <qlex> they can either change port to 3306, change mysql to 5.0 or just authorize access for this user
863: [09:22:48] <qlex> correct ?
864: [09:22:49] <Pynzk> if you're following exactly what they said to do, then yes.
865: [09:23:06] <Pynzk> qlex: they can do whatever, they're the hosting company
866: [09:23:22] <qlex> ok
867: [09:23:28] <qlex> hmm, ok, thanx
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869: [09:30:11] <kinglozzer> svandragt: Let me know if you solve that, I asked that exact question yesterday :P
870: [09:30:27] <svandragt> kinglozzer: Just resolved my issue by using public static $url_handlers = array('product//$ID/$Name/$Rubbish/$MoreRubbish' => 'Product');
871: [09:30:35] <svandragt> kinglozzer: if it's 3.1 then private static
872: [09:30:53] <kinglozzer> But what if /product/1/name/rubbish/rubbish/rubbish ?
873: [09:30:54] <kinglozzer> :P
874: [09:31:33] <svandragt> kinglozzer: you can add a iterator and append to that string if you want :P
875: [09:31:54] <kinglozzer> Haha (for $i=0; $i < 10000; $i++) ?
876: [09:32:02] <kinglozzer> Should cover it
877: [09:32:40] <svandragt> ?debug_request=1 is helpful in this case
878: [09:34:09] <micmania1> Can't you just check if there are parameters left in Controller->product and if there are then throw a 404
879: [09:34:31] <kinglozzer> micmania1: It never reaches the method
880: [09:34:53] <kinglozzer> And all I could get from debug_request was the routes for ErrorPage ><
881: [09:34:56] <micmania1> does it reach Controller->handleRequest?
882: [09:35:05] <svandragt> micmania1: yes
883: [09:35:15] <svandragt> Stack: Director::direct then ModelAsController->handleRequest and Controller->popCurrent
884: [09:35:25] <micmania1> nah, not the correct handleRequest
885: [09:36:03] <micmania1> Add ?debug_request to your url. It should tell you which rule its matching.
886: [09:37:23] <svandragt> kinglozzer: it's really a workaround because this could happen to any controller on any site so it should be fixed elsewhere I think in RequestHandler->handleRequest
887: [09:37:40] <Pynzk> this shouldn't be happening if you've not defined a custom route.
888: [09:37:42] <svandragt> kinglozzer: sorry Controller->handleRequest
889: [09:37:47] <Pynzk> extra params should be ignored.
890: [09:37:54] <Pynzk> on a normal request
891: [09:37:56] <Pynzk> afaik
892: [09:38:09] <svandragt> Pynzk: no custom route, just allowed_action
893: [09:38:19] <Pynzk> hmm
894: [09:38:28] <svandragt> Pynzk: controller is added through CMS
895: [09:38:37] <Pynzk> idk, too much tme has passed since I fiddled with request handlign :<
896: [09:39:19] <micmania1> svandragt: what line is popCurrent being called on to cause the error?
897: [09:39:49] <micmania1> i'm going for 87...
898: [09:40:13] <svandragt> micmania1: https://gist.github.com/svandragt/a2a6dfae29974407a758
899: [09:40:53] <micmania1> Your ModelAsController file must be different to that on api.ss
900: [09:41:12] <micmania1> http://api.silverstripe.org/3.1/source-class-ModelAsController.html#43-89 - which popCurrent does it relate to on there?
901: [09:41:58] <svandragt> micmania1: 87
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904: [09:45:26] <micmania1> I think after $result is assigned on line 78 it should check to see if the request is finished (ie all params have been dealt with). If not it should throw a 404
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906: [09:47:59] <micmania1> svandragt: fancy raising an issue on github?
907: [09:48:18] <svandragt> micmania1: ok this is present in the latest stable then?
908: [09:50:24] <qlex> Pynzk: i can create Postgre SQL 8.3 or 7.4 for new ss instsallation
909: [09:50:27] <micmania1> I've only checked in 3.0.
910: [09:50:28] <qlex> which one is better ?
911: [09:50:49] <qlex> ss says 8.3+
912: [09:51:00] <qlex> will it work if we can setup 8.3 ?
913: [09:52:51] <micmania1> svandragt: what happens if you put the site in Live mode?
914: [09:53:23] <svandragt> micmania1: this happens on the production site, the user sees a page not found and I receive the warning via email :)
915: [09:54:02] <svandragt> micmania1: I'm now trying to reproduct on a page_controller and strangely enough I've not been able to reproduct so far interesting.
916: [09:54:28] <svandragt> micmania1: sorry, it is reproducable
917: [09:54:53] <Pynzk> qlex: not sure sorry, I'd got with the newer though yeah.
918: [09:55:03] <Pynzk> I've not used PgSQL, I just really wish I had.
919: [09:55:04] <Pynzk> :>
920: [09:55:58] <micmania1> svandragt: I think its still worth raising it as an issue
921: [09:56:22] <Pynzk> yeh, at the very least there needs to be better docs around route rules
922: [09:56:56] <svandragt> micmania1: I am will post the link
923: [10:03:11] <svandragt> Posted: https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-cms/issues/993 if you can clarify what I've said please comment on the issue :)
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925: [10:06:20] <qlex> using postgreSQL 8.3 and getting this error now:
926: [10:06:27] <qlex> I couldn't find a database server on 'sql.xxxxx.nazwa.pl': PostgreSQL requires a valid username and password to determine if the server exists.
927: [10:06:53] <Pynzk> sounds like that domain doesn't exist
928: [10:06:58] <Pynzk> or something.
929: [10:08:04] <micmania1> svandragt: have you tested it in a dev environment? Does the 404 page still appear after the error?
930: [10:08:36] <svandragt> micmania1: yes and yes
931: [10:12:46] <svandragt> micmania1: the warning only manifests if an allowed_action is visited not on a regular page, I'll add that.
932: [10:13:11] <micmania1> that makes sense. If an allowed_action is not present it will fail for that reason.
933: [10:13:29] <Pynzk> It shouldn't cause a controller pop error though
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935: [10:15:12] <micmania1> Pynzk: if you add too many params it does
936: [10:15:17] <Pynzk> CAM HOW CAN I GET THE JOB AS A BAKER!?
937: [10:15:23] <Pynzk> micmania1: yeah but it shouldn't.
938: [10:17:56] <camfindlay> Pynzk: uh bake something? ;)
939: [10:18:35] <Pynzk> that's not a job, that's a hobby!
940: [10:18:54] <Pynzk> Your post said "LOOK WE BAKE AND WE ARE HIRING"
941: [10:19:26] <svandragt> aw shiny.diamonds is already registerd :(
942: [10:19:33] <Pynzk> eh?
943: [10:19:39] <svandragt> new domain tlds :)
944: [10:19:57] <camfindlay> Baking is a fringe benefit of workin here :P
945: [10:21:07] <Pynzk> FBT?
946: [10:21:08] <Pynzk> :<
947: [10:21:49] <Pynzk> So no in house baking team?
948: [10:21:56] <camfindlay> Tax @ss23's candy stash more likely
949: [10:22:06] <Pynzk> That's the next step, advise sam you need an internal food team.
950: [10:22:25] <micmania1> +1 for internal food team.
951: [10:23:15] <camfindlay> I bring produce from my garden to share. No I don't have an m&m's tree though.
952: [10:24:09] <Pynzk> Do you have chickens and pigs in your garden?
953: [10:24:37] <camfindlay> Just veggies I'm afraid
954: [10:24:45] <Pynzk> That's not bacon and eggs!
955: [10:25:04] <Pynzk> Then again, most folk don't get in before 10 :<
956: [10:25:12] <Pynzk> most folk SS23
957: [10:25:34] <camfindlay> :P
958: [10:26:14] <camfindlay> Maybe I need to get baking at our next hackathon?
959: [10:26:28] <Pynzk> nah, too much effort.
960: [10:26:34] <camfindlay> All the noms
961: [10:27:31] <camfindlay> Not if someone is baking while we're coding. Effort will be in consumption.
962: [10:28:04] <Pynzk> effort will be getting a geek to bake.
963: [10:28:17] <micmania1> When is the next hackathon?
964: [10:29:21] <camfindlay> Next meetup will be May and trying to do something every couple of months so maybe July mid year hackfest.
965: [10:29:28] <Pynzk> I'd put money on when you get to NZ and organise it.
966: [10:29:33] <Pynzk> or force camfindlay to organise it.
967: [10:29:35] <Pynzk> either way.
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969: [10:30:28] <micmania1> I can't cook. At PHPNE the event is sponsored by a recruiter who buys pizzas!
970: [10:30:34] <micmania1> Free pizza is the best kind of pizza
971: [10:30:51] <Pynzk> Sam usually does put on pizza from the shop downstairs!
972: [10:31:32] <stripee> the delete using GridFieldDeleteAction is not performing the task
973: [10:31:39] <camfindlay> Yeah we feed our devs well.
974: [10:32:02] <micmania1> all this talk of food....
975: [10:32:12] <Pynzk> My sandwich s getting smelly.
976: [10:32:15] <micmania1> half an our til lunch!
977: [10:32:20] <Pynzk> by smelly I mean it smells better and better
978: [10:32:24] <Pynzk> half an hour!?
979: [10:32:29] <Pynzk> 1.5 hour :<
980: [10:32:36] <camfindlay> Will be good to get another hackfest in. I don't so nearing enough coding these days
981: [10:32:41] <Pynzk> Although I could munch early I guess
982: [10:33:26] <camfindlay> Maybe we do a global hackfest like we did a couple of years ago?
983: [10:33:46] <Pynzk> ha, so I watching Ingo's talk on not being shit at code, and I already do these things :< :D
984: [10:33:48] <stripee> i willl ask my question after half an hour........enjoy the lunch
985: [10:34:22] <Pynzk> stripee: I think you want to look at the api for the component.
986: [10:34:39] <Pynzk> it'll be removing the link (relationship) rather than the object itself.
987: [10:36:12] <stripee> it removes link onli if true is passed as the argument
988: [10:36:42] <micmania1> Pynzk: what sandwich you go for today?
989: [10:36:48] <camfindlay> Right got to go lads. Need to get on IRC more.
990: [10:37:13] <Pynzk> micmania1: kept it simple, just the 'club'
991: [10:37:27] <micmania1> camfindlay: see ya :)
992: [10:37:37] <Pynzk> stripee: which you'll probably find is the default for the config you're using.
993: [10:37:45] <Pynzk> ie, change it.
994: [10:37:52] <micmania1> Pynzk: it gets to this time every day and I wish I had a sandwich :(
995: [10:37:57] <Pynzk> haha
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997: [10:38:10] <Pynzk> It gets to this time every day and I wish I didn't have one right next to me.
998: [10:38:22] <Pynzk> so like wholey shit, I'm sitting here thinking of implementing an ORM.
999: [10:38:27] <Pynzk> ffs.
1000: [10:38:38] <micmania1> Eloquent
1001: [10:39:06] <stripee> this is the error displayed <b>Fatal error</b>: Call to a member function column() on a non-object in <b>C:\wamp\www\sitename\cms\code\model\SiteTreeFileExtension.php</b> on line <b>61</b><br />
1002: [10:39:16] <Pynzk> micmania1: eh?
1003: [10:39:17] <Pynzk> :<
1004: [10:39:42] <micmania1> stripee: have you checked SiteTreeFileExtension.php on line 61 to ensure ->column() is being called on an object?
1005: [10:39:49] <micmania1> Pynzk: laravel ORM
1006: [10:40:06] <micmania1> I'm assuming you can use it in other projects...
1007: [10:40:27] <stripee> ya i checked it....its something like......$brokenPageIDs = $this->owner->BackLinkTracking()->column("ID");
1008: [10:41:52] <micmania1> but what if $this->owner->BackLinkTracking() isn't an object? (hint)
1009: [10:42:20] <qlex> guys one more question
1010: [10:42:30] <qlex> when installing ss, how can i provide a different port for MySQL server ?
1011: [10:42:40] <qlex> ss install uses 3306 while i need to provide 3307
1012: [10:42:52] <qlex> when i try to add it to sql.xxx.nazwa.pl:3307, install goes crazy
1013: [10:43:51] <micmania1> qlex: define SS_DATABASE_PORT in your _ss_environment.php file
1014: [10:44:16] <qlex> can this be in root of my ftp access ?
1015: [10:44:27] <qlex> and just this constant is added ?
1016: [10:44:48] <micmania1> qlex: do you already have an _ss_environment.php file?
1017: [10:45:05] <qlex> nope
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1019: [10:46:54] <iamss> Hi SilverStripe!
1020: [10:46:55] <micmania1> qlex: so your database config is setup currently using an array in _config.php?
1021: [10:48:25] <qlex> nope
1022: [10:48:31] <qlex> im at a stage where i run install.php
1023: [10:48:34] <qlex> and want to type in all info
1024: [10:48:43] <qlex> but this doesnt let me provide alternative port for db
1025: [10:48:59] <iamss> how to get a record on a Many to many relationship with the condition of 'where ID IN'?
1026: [10:49:17] <micmania1> qlex: i'm not sure you can do it through the installer
1027: [10:49:37] <iamss> for example Category -> Many to Many -> Product. Product -> Belongs to Many Category
1028: [10:50:22] <micmania1> iamss: $this->MyList()->relation("MyManyManyRelation")->filter("ID", $id);
1029: [10:51:56] <iamss> micmania1: so if I search for product where category is 1 & 2 the equivalent of that will be Product::get()->relation("MyManyManyRelation")->filter("ID", array(1, 2));
1030: [10:52:05] <qlex> micmania1: so how can i provide a port number to mysql before running install ??
1031: [10:52:47] <micmania1> qlex: I'm not sure its possible. Do you have another project your can copy the config from?
1032: [10:52:53] <iamss> micmania1: is my code correct?
1033: [10:53:26] <micmania1> iamss: depends what you're trying to do
1034: [10:53:45] <micmania1> If you're trying to get all products in a list of categories, then yes
1035: [10:54:03] <iamss> micmania1: yes exactly
1036: [10:54:14] <iamss> micmania1: I'll give it a try
1037: [10:54:19] <iamss> micmania1: thanks!
1038: [10:54:32] <qlex> micmania1: what do you mean ?
1039: [10:55:13] <micmania1> qlex: I don't think there is a way to run the installer using a different port (if there's not field for it)
1040: [10:55:51] <qlex> so then, there's no way i can install silverstripe on this host ?
1041: [10:55:59] <qlex> trying with mysql 5.5 and postgresql 8.3
1042: [10:56:00] <micmania1> If that's the case then copy your _config.php file over from another project
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1044: [10:56:32] <qlex> micmania: and then, after replacing config data, silverstripe will be already running ?
1045: [10:56:45] <qlex> or will i have to manually copy over all the tables to db ?
1046: [10:56:50] <qlex> teh new db is currently emtpy
1047: [10:57:04] <micmania1> SilverStripe will create your tables for you
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1049: [11:05:41] <iamss> micmania1: my code did not work
1050: [11:06:07] <micmania1> Did you replace "MyManyManyRelation" with the actual name of your relation?
1051: [11:06:08] <iamss> micmania1: what I'm trying to achieve is to get all products where category is 1 & 2
1052: [11:06:25] <iamss> micmania1: yes but it returned categories not products
1053: [11:06:45] <micmania1> Categories::get()->filter("ID", array(1, 2))->relation("Products")
1054: [11:07:19] <iamss> micmania1: cool. I'll try again
1055: [11:09:47] <stripee> micmania1 what do u mean by .. but what if $this->owner->BackLinkTracking() isn't an object? (hint
1056: [11:10:10] <stripee> this is the custom code...
1057: [11:10:14] <micmania1> The error is telling you that $this->owner->BackLinkTaacking() is not an object.
1058: [11:10:50] <stripee> how can this be non-object.?
1059: [11:10:54] <micmania1> You need to return it to a variable and then check that its an object with a column() method before calling it.
1060: [11:11:14] <micmania1> Maybe BackLinkTracking is returning null?
1061: [11:11:29] <stripee> is there any bug in core code of silverstipe?
1062: [11:11:33] <micmania1> no
1063: [11:12:07] <stripee> either the eroor is not proper descriptive...
1064: [11:12:22] <micmania1> the error is a basic php error
1065: [11:12:52] <iamss> micmania1: ProductCategory::get()->filter(array('ID', array($listOfCategoryIDs)))->relation('Products'); this code returned an 'Array to string conversion'
1066: [11:13:41] <iamss> micmania1: ProductCategory::get()->filter(array('ID', array($listOfCategoryIDs)))->relation('Products'); this code returned an error 'Array to string conversion'
1067: [11:14:39] <micmania1> iamss: because you're wrapping $listOfCategoryIDs in an array
1068: [11:15:17] <iamss> micmania1: listOfCategoryIDs is array(1, 2)
1069: [11:15:54] <micmania1> yeah, but what you're doing is array(array(1, 2))
1070: [11:16:05] <iamss> micmania1: ah got it
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1072: [11:19:07] <iamss> micmania1: now my error is Couldn't run query: SELECT DISTINCT "SiteTree_Live"."ID", "SiteTree_Live"."Sort" FROM "SiteTree_Live" WHERE ("ProductCategory"."ID" IN ('1', '2')) AND ("SiteTree_Live"."ClassName" IN ('ProductCategory')) ORDER BY "SiteTree_Live"."Sort" ASC Unknown column 'ProductCategory.ID' in 'where clause'
1073: [11:24:28] <iamss> micmania1: here's my code ProductCategory::get()->filter(array('ID' => array(1, 2)))->relation('Products');
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1075: [11:25:13] <iamss> micmania1: both Product and CategoryProduct extends to Page
1076: [11:27:44] <iamss> micmania1: is there a wrong in my code?
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1079: [11:28:59] <iamss> ouch got log out
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1091: [12:08:12] <Pynzk> iamss: wtf ->realtion('wtfisthis')
1092: [12:08:19] <Pynzk> just ->NameOfRelation)
1093: [12:08:27] <Pynzk> ->NameOfRelation()
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1096: [12:11:42] <iamss> how to add a group by in a datalist?
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1098: [12:12:26] <Pynzk> use the api
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1102: [12:27:23] <irogue> i feel a bit sick to my stomach right now
1103: [12:27:46] <irogue> just found out via scanner that a rape happened like 3 doors down from my house
1104: [12:27:52] <irogue> at a bus stop
1105: [12:30:05] <Colin[pi]-2> fuck :(
1106: [12:30:11] * Colin[pi]-2 is now known as Colin[pi]
1107: [12:30:44] <Colin[pi]> despicable act
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1109: [12:35:28] <Pynzk> wholey shit irogue :(
1110: [12:35:34] <Pynzk> that's... urgh, maddening.
1111: [12:41:59] * qlex1 has joined #silverstripe
1112: [12:42:28] <irogue> quite
1113: [12:44:18] <iamss> whip the rapist
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1115: [12:46:14] <irogue> https://goo.gl/maps/9RZpb
1116: [12:46:23] <irogue> *very* close to my house
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1118: [12:53:42] <Pynzk> disgust. Chop the head off.
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1120: [12:59:35] <irogue> start with the lower head
1121: [13:01:27] <qlex1> does anyone know why such error during install exists?
1122: [13:01:36] <qlex1> I couldn't find a database server on 'sql.xxxxx.nazwa.pl': Access denied for user 'xxxxx_2'@'10.254.34.55' (using password: YES)
1123: [13:01:56] <qlex1> i know i was instructed to use config.php from existing installation and modify it manually
1124: [13:02:23] <qlex1> when i done this, and tried dev/build i also (after a while..) got error that would display access denied for user
1125: [13:02:36] <qlex1> can this really be reason of mysql 5.5 used ?
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1131: [13:18:26] <Pynzk> irogue: yeh. Pretty much. Upper head if violent assault too.
1132: [13:18:51] <Pynzk> qlex1: because no database exists.
1133: [13:18:56] <Pynzk> or cannot be connected to
1134: [13:19:13] <Pynzk> try 'localhost' instead, if it's on the same server.
1135: [13:20:27] <Colin[pi]> nite lads
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1140: [13:30:33] <qlex1> Pynzk: got the same error
1141: [13:30:38] <qlex1> I couldn't find a database server on 'localhost': Access denied for user 'xxxx_2'@'10.254.34.55' (using password: YES)
1142: [13:32:01] <micmania1> Have you checked that your db user is allowed to access from 10.254.34.55?
1143: [13:33:02] <Pynzk> qlex1: it's basically telling you that there is no database server, or if there is, that it's not letting you in with those credentials (user/password)
1144: [13:33:49] <Pynzk> qlex1: databases (well, mysql) does permissions differently to how most folks are used to. You create a username and password, and that's fine.
1145: [13:34:05] <Pynzk> But you also need to define a HOST, which you must use to connect to the server through.
1146: [13:34:05] <qlex1> yep, was in touch with hosting company
1147: [13:34:21] <qlex1> they said that they tried and could install silverstripe and asked me for screenshot of my erorr
1148: [13:34:37] <qlex1> i guess its inccorrect settings of accessing that database with that user from "outside" of their network
1149: [13:34:47] <Pynzk> so if you have a user and password set up, but the host is eg. 127.0.0.1, and you give the database details of user:pass@localhost, it will fail.
1150: [13:34:50] <qlex1> especially if the www server is on different machine than the mysql server
1151: [13:34:57] <qlex1> since its not localhost, but has an address
1152: [13:35:03] <Pynzk> even though 127.0.0.1 == localhost, it does not ===
1153: [13:35:11] <qlex1> i understand
1154: [13:35:49] <micmania1> qlex1: do you have ssh access?
1155: [13:36:07] <Pynzk> so yeah, whichever hostname you use to create the connection must be allowed by the user permissions, and in this case, it's not. Or the server is part of a cluster and you're connecting to the wrong machine (by way of being supplied bad information or something).
1156: [13:39:30] <qlex1> micmania1: no, unfortunately not
1157: [13:40:07] <qlex1> so hopefully, the support of hosting will react to my screenshot and mail..
1158: [13:40:12] <qlex1> and give that user access to that db
1159: [13:40:13] <Pynzk> qlex1: I dearly suggest that there is something very messed up with that server, or the information you've been supplied is incorrect or out of date, or something like that.
1160: [13:40:37] <Pynzk> yeah, you've got to play the unfortunate waiting game :<
1161: [13:41:06] <Pynzk> qlex1: you always seem to have host trouble. Might it be easier to look for another EU based host, rather than these not so good Polish ones?
1162: [13:41:18] <Pynzk> or a better Polish based one?
1163: [13:41:41] <Pynzk> if you get your own server you can host client's sites in your own controlled environment.
1164: [13:42:06] <Pynzk> It works well if you get a 'managed server' deal, that way you don't need to be a superfantastic server admin either.
1165: [13:42:17] <qlex1> Pynzk: got my own VPS, with ssh access and such and working great
1166: [13:42:33] <qlex1> usually, they come to me and want to have their own hosting, which they used before (mails setup, etc)
1167: [13:42:38] <Pynzk> cool, unfortunately not the option here eh :<
1168: [13:42:39] <qlex1> and im doing it mostely as side-jobs
1169: [13:42:48] <Pynzk> yeah, I understand.
1170: [13:43:02] <Pynzk> In my old job I used to have to deal with things like that.
1171: [13:43:07] <qlex1> but then again, if this proves to be a better bizness than what im doing now, why not
1172: [13:43:26] <qlex1> i have a company that does services for public transport passengers
1173: [13:43:39] <qlex1> wifi on board, digital signage displaying news and announcements for passengers
1174: [13:43:41] <Pynzk> sometimes we'd move their emails if we could (same upstream host or something, or migrate them to google apps or office365 by way of external expert in cloud mail services)
1175: [13:43:46] <qlex1> quite cool stuff, but doenst bring yet big mmoney
1176: [13:44:14] <Pynzk> other times we'd just change the A record for their domain, that way they could keep their email host and not have any disruption, but we'd host the website.
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1178: [13:44:28] <Pynzk> works well, until the client gets confused and rings you about email issues :P
1179: [13:44:31] <qlex1> that's a good idea, to just change their A records
1180: [13:44:57] <qlex1> ok, let me run and come back tomorrow
1181: [13:45:00] <Pynzk> qlex1: yes, it works great, that way they keep control of their domain too (as opposed to transferring it to a new host)
1182: [13:45:12] <qlex1> looks like i might have to extend the paralells plesk panel licence to haver more than 10 domains :)
1183: [13:45:31] <qlex1> talk to you guys tomorrow
1184: [13:45:35] * qlex1 says bye
1185: [13:45:45] <Pynzk> but you need to do a couple of checks first, such that the mx (or any of the other) records don't depend on the root A record, etc.
1186: [13:45:54] <qlex1> ok
1187: [13:46:06] <Pynzk> tak, bye bye qlex1 :>
1188: [13:46:14] <Pynzk> good luck!
1189: [13:46:14] <qlex1> :)
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1191: [13:48:58] <micmania1> reading the behat and selenium testing stuff inthe silverstripe module
1192: [13:49:08] <micmania1> why dont i get to do nice things :(
1193: [13:49:35] <Pynzk> ha, I've only ever dreampt about getting to do TDD (and by extension BDD)
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1195: [13:50:54] <micmania1> I've got my blog module setup for testing but didn't really take time to understand it
1196: [13:51:05] <micmania1> just kind of copied, pasted and hacked away at bits I didn't need lol
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1198: [13:51:27] <Pynzk> One of the major reasons I've never contributed to core (well, nothing significant) is that test test test test refine, test some more!
1199: [13:51:40] <micmania1> I don't mine testing
1200: [13:51:43] <micmania1> well, mostly
1201: [13:51:47] <Pynzk> Hard to get into when you've never done it before and don't have an encouraging environment to work in.
1202: [13:51:50] <Pynzk> (like SS)
1203: [13:51:54] <micmania1> Its the simple things that are really hard to test that bug me
1204: [13:52:01] <Pynzk> haha, yeh.
1205: [13:52:02] <kinglozzer> Pynzk: Yeah that's my trouble
1206: [13:52:04] <kinglozzer> I kinda enjoy it
1207: [13:52:14] <kinglozzer> But there's just not the budget available for most sites to do it
1208: [13:52:41] <Pynzk> kinglozzer: The major issue I have with TDD is that it requires you to have a sound and robust PLAN of the ENTIRE system before you can really write a test that fails before you write the code to make it pass, etc.
1209: [13:52:50] <Pynzk> and when you're in a "make it work, fast" environment....
1210: [13:53:07] <kinglozzer> Yeah exactly :/
1211: [13:53:13] <Pynzk> seat of the pants no accountability/docs or anything kind setup...
1212: [13:53:13] <micmania1> I learn most of my stuff at home
1213: [13:53:14] <kinglozzer> Fast + cheap is what people want
1214: [13:53:27] <Pynzk> micmania1: ha, same. Mostly theory though :<
1215: [13:53:32] <micmania1> I gave up learning at work lol
1216: [13:53:39] <micmania1> I learnt most my ss at home
1217: [13:53:44] <micmania1> testing at home
1218: [13:53:48] <micmania1> git at home
1219: [13:53:51] <micmania1> composer at home
1220: [13:53:55] <Pynzk> I learnt a lot at my last job, but it was hard yards. Because I didn't have time to investigate properly, and no senior staff to talk to (I was basically it).
1221: [13:54:39] <Pynzk> so it took me several iterations of things to get it nice, etc. And each time it would be under the expectation that it'd be done quicker because I'd done it before, etc.
1222: [13:54:58] <Pynzk> but what I'd done previously wasn't flexible enough, or just wasn't good enough, etc.
1223: [13:55:05] <micmania1> yeah, problem with me is I hate doing things wrong the first time lol
1224: [13:55:16] <Pynzk> I don't begrudge it, it was a sweet place to work... but it did get me down a bit.
1225: [13:55:34] <Pynzk> micmania1: hahahah, this is what we call being a developer.
1226: [13:55:49] <micmania1> you have to make the mistakes to learn from, but making the mistakes is awful haha
1227: [13:56:02] <Pynzk> I wrote an entire API consumer framework for SS and JSON based apis, and it worked a fucking treat.
1228: [13:56:20] <Pynzk> but it's so fucking messy I've never released it... yet.
1229: [13:56:41] <micmania1> I was just looking over this earlier: https://github.com/micmania1/html5pong
1230: [13:56:57] <micmania1> I have never been strong at js, nevermind 2 years ago lol
1231: [13:57:22] <micmania1> but I'm still quite pleased of the structure and flow, even if it could be improved massively
1232: [13:57:30] <Pynzk> basically just involves defining endpoints in YAML, and boom you're in business. MyAPI::get()->list()->stuff()->like("you're used to");
1233: [13:57:36] <Pynzk> it was great.
1234: [13:58:04] <Pynzk> because fuck processing JSON, give me SS DataObjects!
1235: [13:58:22] <Pynzk> rest of the team on that project loved it, I was so chuffed.
1236: [13:59:17] <kinglozzer> I do most learning at home
1237: [13:59:22] <kinglozzer> On a AngularJS course atm though
1238: [13:59:33] <micmania1> angularjs looks good
1239: [13:59:58] <micmania1> I was sceptical of tying everything into the dom at first, but I watched a few videos and was like FUCK YEAH!
1240: [14:00:06] <micmania1> never used it though.
1241: [14:00:19] <Pynzk> nice deal kinglozzer :>
1242: [14:00:48] <Pynzk> I wanted to learn, started playing at home, got frustrated with frameworks and thought "fuck it, if I'm going to learn JS well I had better just use JS!"
1243: [14:00:51] <kinglozzer> It's awesome, just a fairly steep learning curve D:
1244: [14:01:03] <Pynzk> which also helps with the whole "why js frameworks are good ideas"
1245: [14:01:03] <micmania1> https://github.com/froog/SilverGraph - I really need to try this some time
1246: [14:01:28] <Pynzk> omg that looks amazeballs micmania1
1247: [14:01:32] <Pynzk> have often wanted a tool like that!
1248: [14:01:48] <Pynzk> actually I lie, I want one that does the reverse :P
1249: [14:02:16] <Pynzk> plan my system using UML, suddenly skeleton code in semi working project!
1250: [14:02:27] <Pynzk> THAT would be amazing.
1251: [14:03:02] <micmania1> Yeah, Silversmith is probably the closest to that so far
1252: [14:03:20] <UndefinedOffset> Pynzk micmania1 ya that'd be cool UML > Code
1253: [14:03:49] <Pynzk> UndefinedOffset: I've given it a stab before, but I was rusty with C++ that it was one of those things that burnt out of fizz pretty quickly
1254: [14:03:53] <micmania1> I'm going to check what format draw.io outputs its files as
1255: [14:04:10] <Pynzk> also, Qt isn't web based (yet...)
1256: [14:04:23] <Pynzk> native.js aparently makes it work though...
1257: [14:04:55] <UndefinedOffset> Pynzk oh god my C++ skills are almost non existent now lol, it could in theory be something possible to build in php like silversmith. Or if anyone has decent java skills https://github.com/UndefinedOffset/eclipse-silverstripedt :P
1258: [14:15:35] <Pynzk> fnah.
1259: [14:15:49] <Pynzk> I was building with Qt. Easy mode engaged.
1260: [14:16:17] <Pynzk> I decided that web based would be the only other option... but that's far too intense, heh.
1261: [14:16:28] <Pynzk> too much complexity for a 'simple' tool.
1262: [14:16:48] <UndefinedOffset> ya true true
1263: [14:17:04] <Pynzk> But yeh, the idea would be something kinda like BlueJ I guess, only diagram driven code, not code driven diagram.
1264: [14:17:50] <Pynzk> Then I thought about my own editor for SS specifically, where classes and things were all part of the project, and testing was a case of just opening a preview window, as opposed to having a full server stack running.
1265: [14:17:55] <Pynzk> but again, way too complex.
1266: [14:18:11] <Pynzk> Mostly it was around template side of things.
1267: [14:18:35] <Pynzk> I wanted to be able to preview template without needing to get far into stack, flushing, building, etc.
1268: [14:18:51] <Pynzk> plus proper syntax highlighting
1269: [14:20:04] <Pynzk> but that never got off the ground at all.
1270: [14:20:25] <Pynzk> looked into parsers though (for syn hilite)
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1272: [14:21:06] <UndefinedOffset> i have syntax highlighting in my eclipse plugin, it's not perfect but it's allot better than using say php or html highlighting lol
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1274: [14:21:33] <Pynzk> yeh, notepad++ does it automagically.
1275: [14:21:39] <Pynzk> because <% is asp
1276: [14:21:53] <UndefinedOffset> mm and it doesn't do a great job
1277: [14:21:54] <Pynzk> just gotta tell it that .ss is html, not scheme.
1278: [14:22:20] <Pynzk> it sure does, provided no one uses the single quote in their translations :P
1279: [14:22:42] <Pynzk> first thing I do is s/'/"/g
1280: [14:23:12] <Pynzk> then it's pretty much perfect.
1281: [14:26:29] <stripee> hi
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1283: [14:55:31] <catcher> Anyone successfully using the CDN module?
1284: [14:55:55] <catcher> https://github.com/markguinn/silverstripe-cloudassets
1285: [14:57:32] <irogue> not yet but i really wish my site was ss3 so i could
1286: [15:02:00] <micmania1> If any of you ever make your own please include Flysystem. It looks amazing.
1287: [15:02:45] <micmania1> https://github.com/thephpleague/flysystem BOOOM!
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1296: [15:50:28] <Pynzk> How's the con going simon_w ?
1297: [15:50:46] <simon_w> Pynzk, was only yesterday
1298: [15:51:23] <Pynzk> oic
1299: [15:51:31] <Pynzk> just living life large today then? :>
1300: [15:53:28] <simon_w> Well, back in to FB to just hang
1301: [15:53:33] <Pynzk> cool
1302: [15:53:37] <Pynzk> what's it like in there?
1303: [15:53:46] <simon_w> Great fun
1304: [15:53:55] <simon_w> Is open plan though, which is a little weird
1305: [15:53:58] <Pynzk> So it's a pretty casual think tank?
1306: [15:54:05] <Pynzk> oh yeah, open plan is the way to go man
1307: [15:54:25] <Pynzk> do people have desks, or do they just roam around?
1308: [15:56:02] <simon_w> They've got desks
1309: [15:57:14] <Pynzk> so you're like FB famous now, with all your shoutouts and things?
1310: [15:57:29] <simon_w> Haha
1311: [15:57:37] <simon_w> I've been famous at FB (in these teams) for a while now
1312: [15:58:13] <Pynzk> wicked :>
1313: [15:58:36] <Pynzk> so by open plan do you mean that all the teams are in one massive room, or is it sorta open plan for a team, team per room or something?
1314: [15:58:49] <Pynzk> I imagine FB has a hell of a lot of employees...
1315: [15:59:46] <simon_w> Each overall group get their own building (in this case, I'm with infrastructure), and then each team gets their own section of a floor but each floor is open
1316: [16:01:02] <Pynzk> hmm, cool :>
1317: [16:08:41] <Pynzk> well, have fun! (I'm sure you will :> )
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1344: [19:13:26] <Maarten_> Good day. I have a problem logging in into the Silverstripe CMS from Mobile Firefox and another browser on Android v2. I just found out it's not some error on my site, 'cause Silverstripe Online DEMO (http://demo.silverstripe.org/) is not working either. Anybody knows about this problem and how to solve this?
1345: [19:15:16] <Maarten_> Alright, just found it. Damn... it's because cookies are turned off in the browser. Silly me.
1346: [19:20:31] <irogue> hehe
1347: [19:20:42] <irogue> cookies are handy
1348: [19:21:34] <simon_w> My hotel has free cookies
1349: [19:21:37] <simon_w> They are delicious
1350: [19:21:56] <catcher> You can always taste the free.
1351: [19:31:33] <Maarten_> Cookies make the world go round and round
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1356: [19:50:31] <irogue> i should bake cookies
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1365: [20:20:31] <scpi> So I'm having a little problem with Composer
1366: [20:20:47] <scpi> (the problem is probably that I don't know composer too well yet)
1367: [20:22:16] <scpi> I've installed the Silverstripe Foundation theme by cloning the git repo into my themes directory, rather than installing it with composer, since I don't actually *want* it managed by composer.
1368: [20:22:35] <scpi> Now when I run a composer update, it deletes the silverstripe foundation theme
1369: [20:22:41] <scpi> This is not helpful.
1370: [20:23:00] <oddnoc> Are you planning to modify it?
1371: [20:23:03] <scpi> yep
1372: [20:23:41] <oddnoc> You need it not to be a clone, then. Assuming you haven’t commited it to your own repository yet, you can just remove its .git directory.
1373: [20:23:47] <scpi> using it as the basis for my own theme based on Foundation, so I've branched off the main git repo
1374: [20:24:08] <scpi> but I do want to be able to pull in updates from master and merge them back in
1375: [20:24:24] <oddnoc> ah… ok…
1376: [20:26:00] <oddnoc> That gets more complex, because you may encounter conflicts down the line, and there’s more than one way to do what you’re planning.
1377: [20:26:37] <scpi> Yeah, I was afraid it would be something like that
1378: [20:26:39] <oddnoc> One way would be to fork it on github, then manage it as a custom module in composer.
1379: [20:27:13] <oddnoc> Another way, which avoids all that, is to just make it a local copy (my first suggestion of removing the .git).
1380: [20:27:38] <oddnoc> That is probably the best way if you don’t expect the original module to change much or often.
1381: [20:29:15] <scpi> Yeah, I guess it's more likely that Foundation itself would change more, which just gets updated with Bower
1382: [20:31:43] <scpi> Thanks for the suggestions. I may wind up testing them both to see what happens.
1383: [20:31:56] <oddnoc> good luck!
1384: [20:32:07] <scpi> Other than that, there's no "hey, don't delete this other thing" function in composer, huh?
1385: [20:33:37] <oddnoc> Not that I know of. You may have to blow away your composer.lock file to convince it not to delete your theme
1386: [20:34:24] <scpi> that sounds sub-optimal
1387: [20:36:09] <oddnoc> Yah. That last bit was just a guess
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1396: [21:08:46] <Ryan-Toast> Wish I took those three days off next week.
1397: [21:09:03] <simon_w> I'm getting paid to hang out at Facebook
1398: [21:09:05] * simon_w wins
1399: [21:09:34] <Ryan-Toast> We get it, Simon. You’re at Facebook :P
1400: [21:09:52] <simon_w> Ryan-Toast, *You're :p
1401: [21:10:11] <Ryan-Toast> I said you’re?
1402: [21:10:26] <simon_w> Yes, which isn't a word
1403: [21:10:56] <Ryan-Toast> wat
1404: [21:11:15] <simon_w> you're
1405: [21:11:42] <Ryan-Toast> so confuse.
1406: [21:11:50] <simon_w> you ' re
1407: [21:12:06] <Ryan-Toast> Did I not type that?
1408: [21:12:11] <simon_w> No
1409: [21:12:15] <Ryan-Toast> what did I type?
1410: [21:12:21] <simon_w> youre
1411: [21:12:31] <Ryan-Toast> Ryan-Toast: We get it, Simon. You’re at Facebook :P
1412: [21:12:38] <Ryan-Toast> Has a ‘ to me.
1413: [21:12:52] <simon_w> Oh, I see what's happening now
1414: [21:13:12] <Ryan-Toast> You can understand my confusion now :P
1415: [21:13:25] <oddnoc> Is Facebook stealing apostrophes?
1416: [21:13:26] <simon_w> You're using a single quote, not an apostrophe
1417: [21:13:38] <simon_w> Doesn't work really well over an ASCII protocol
1418: [21:14:54] * Ryan-Toast looks at keyboard
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1420: [21:15:13] * Ryan-Toast can only see single quote key.
1421: [21:15:25] <Ryan-Toast> Must be my IRC
1422: [21:15:36] <Ryan-Toast> making dem quotes.
1423: [21:15:42] <simon_w> Ryan-Toast, right click your text field, Substitutions->Smart Quotes
1424: [21:15:44] <simon_w> Turn them off
1425: [21:16:07] <Ryan-Toast> This's a test
1426: [21:16:15] <simon_w> There we go!
1427: [21:16:17] <Ryan-Toast> better?
1428: [21:16:19] <oddnoc> An'd so's "this"
1429: [21:16:20] <Ryan-Toast> YAY
1430: [21:16:25] <Ryan-Toast> ''''''''
1431: [21:16:51] <Ryan-Toast> Need to remember to do that at home too.
1432: [21:19:17] <Ryan-Toast> Got my /r/photoshopbattles 1k flair, aww yiss.
1433: [21:19:25] <simon_w> Yeah, smart quotes is really annoying
1434: [21:19:31] <simon_w> Screws up copy+pasting code too
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1436: [21:21:55] <danfo> what’s wrong with smart quotes…’s?
1437: [21:22:15] <simon_w> Not ASCII
1438: [21:22:50] <danfo> kay :)
1439: [21:23:13] <antmas> moin moin all
1440: [21:23:29] <danfo> eve eve
1441: [21:23:38] <simon_w> Afternoon
1442: [21:24:21] <Ryan-Toast> antmas: what up home dawg.
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1444: [21:31:24] <antmas> yoyoyoyoyo
1445: [21:31:35] <antmas> It's Friday :D
1446: [21:31:41] <antmas> 3 day weekend :D
1447: [21:31:44] <antmas> w00t
1448: [21:33:00] <Ryan-Toast> Is it three day weekend this week?
1449: [21:34:24] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: naw, I have monday off
1450: [21:34:30] * Ryan-Toast cries.
1451: [21:34:38] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: next weekend is the easter thing
1452: [21:34:43] <Ryan-Toast> aww yiss.
1453: [21:34:49] <antmas> so Friday and Monday off
1454: [21:34:53] <Ryan-Toast> 4 day weekend, right?
1455: [21:34:56] <Ryan-Toast> fuck yeah.
1456: [21:35:00] <antmas> and then Friday again
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1458: [21:35:09] <Ryan-Toast> So much work to do, fuck.
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1460: [21:45:16] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: I know those feels
1461: [21:45:44] <antmas> my intranet project is getting formalised today so I'll have a deadline for delivery soon :(
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1465: [21:58:58] <terryapodaca> Anyone up for upgrading a site for me from 2.4 to 3.1?
1466: [21:59:04] <terryapodaca> and what would you charge?
1467: [22:01:07] <UncleCheese> 10,493
1468: [22:01:18] <UncleCheese> rupies
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1470: [22:03:16] <terryapodaca> so just a smudge under $175
1471: [22:03:27] <terryapodaca> how nice of you Aaron
1472: [22:03:34] <r3v3rb> Hi, is it possible to have a form that when ‘posted’ doesn’t include the variable ‘action_Function’ in it?
1473: [22:04:38] <r3v3rb> I am posting to a payment gateway that creates a hash and the extra ‘post’ variable is causing the hash to be incorrect
1474: [22:04:58] <danfo_> ssooo… I’m using JSONDataFormatter, and I want the output to include some IDs on the other side of a many-many relationship
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1476: [22:05:17] <travis-ci> [travis-ci] silverstripe/silverstripe-framework#2322 (3.1 - 36d9255 : Mateusz U): The build has errored.
1477: [22:05:17] <travis-ci> [travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-framework/compare/8e167687971e...36d925543b28
1478: [22:05:17] <travis-ci> [travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/silverstripe/silverstripe-framework/builds/22727179
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1480: [22:05:45] <danfo_> is there a neat way to do this with a basic DataObject::get and data formatter?
1481: [22:13:43] <antmas> terryapodaca: how big is the site?
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1483: [22:14:59] <antmas> I wouldn't mind some work :P
1484: [22:15:06] <antmas> especially this month
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1486: [22:15:24] <cameron__> Hey all - Is there some genius way I can override the base tag in the admin section? My admin section is https but the base tag is making it try and load assets via http
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1489: [22:18:35] <oddnoc> cameron__: You shouldn't need to. Sounds like a subtle misconfiguration of your server (if it's apache, check that the document root for http and https are strictly identical)
1490: [22:18:58] <cameron__> hehe yea I didn't mention that we have a spaghetti .htaccess forcing SSL
1491: [22:19:03] <cameron__> I've figure it out tho
1492: [22:19:33] <cameron__> If I just add Director::setBaseURL('https://mycoolsite.com/'); into my config it all works :)
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1496: [22:46:12] <antmas> hmmm
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1498: [22:46:21] <antmas> RSS mockfeeds
1499: [22:46:26] <antmas> anyone used them before?
1500: [22:50:37] <terryapodaca> antmas: http://www.parishouse.co.nz/
1501: [22:50:44] <terryapodaca> it's not too big
1502: [22:50:57] <terryapodaca> I just don't have the time
1503: [22:51:07] <terryapodaca> and I need it done like, yesterday
1504: [22:53:16] <simon_w> There's a composer guy here
1505: [22:54:41] <ss23> simon_w: Punch him in the face
1506: [22:54:42] <ss23> Just go up to him
1507: [22:54:43] <ss23> and boom
1508: [22:54:45] <ss23> right in the face
1509: [22:54:51] <ss23> If he asks why, say "you know what you fucking did"
1510: [22:54:55] <antmas> terryapodaca: pm me some details if you want - I have 10 days off work in a week so I could do it then
1511: [22:54:59] <Colin[pi]> ss23: lol
1512: [22:55:07] <antmas> ss23: LOL
1513: [22:55:21] <oddnoc> I've made an uneasy peace with composer. Just.
1514: [22:55:40] <antmas> simon_w: and then start crying, saying 'I'm so sorry, but you jut make my life hell!'
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1521: [23:16:58] <Stomach> I like composer
1522: [23:17:09] <Stomach> but then again, I'm in charge of our package manager too
1523: [23:21:08] <spronk> ughh
1524: [23:21:09] <spronk> FUCK YOU PHOTOSHOP
1525: [23:21:16] <spronk> STOP DINGING AT ME
1526: [23:21:30] <simon_w> spronk, DING
1527: [23:21:39] <spronk> i have four images open
1528: [23:21:41] <spronk> and...
1529: [23:21:44] <spronk> it must have some hidden dialog somewhere
1530: [23:21:48] <spronk> because it won't let me do ANYTHING
1531: [23:23:03] <terryapodaca> alt+tab
1532: [23:24:41] <spronk> tried that
1533: [23:24:52] <spronk> maybe it's just bugged up
1534: [23:24:53] <spronk> can't even quit it
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1536: [23:25:11] <spronk> UGH
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1538: [23:30:24] <spronk> sigh
1539: [23:30:29] <spronk> lost my scans :(
1540: [23:37:41] <terryapodaca> bummer
1541: [23:39:08] <spronk> some days i think i should just get a desktop mac
1542: [23:41:41] <Colin[pi]> spronk: and then be pissed off by OS X! :D
1543: [23:41:55] <spronk> hmm
1544: [23:41:56] <spronk> i like os x
1545: [23:43:04] <simon_w> And then switch to using Hack! :)
1546: [23:44:23] <spronk> i like Hack too
1547: [23:44:24] <spronk> hmmmm
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1549: [23:48:32] <simon_w> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w17JkKurcMo&list=PLb0IAmt7-GS2fdbb1vVdP8Z8zx1l2L8YS
1550: [23:53:05] * ss23 waits to see simon_w
1551: [23:56:44] <spronk> god that audio recording is terrible
1552: [23:58:12] <ss23> OH OH
1553: [23:58:15] <ss23> I SEE JAMES, simon_w!
1554: [23:58:23] <simon_w> ss23, SO DO I
1555: [23:58:26] <ss23> :D
1556: [23:58:27] <simon_w> He's on the couch!
1557: [23:58:29] <ss23> Oh
1558: [23:58:34] <ss23> I just see him on the slide deck
1559: [23:58:34] <ss23> :(
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