#silverstripe IRC Log

IRC log for 9 September 2014

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3: [00:01:47] <Blacklite> doesn't look like SS 2.4's subsite module is very robust
4: [00:02:56] <Colin[pi]> Blacklite: subsites is basically "here be dragons" on all versions of SS
5: [00:02:58] <antmas> take the 2.4 out of that sentence
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7: [00:03:27] <Blacklite> yep
8: [00:03:35] <Blacklite> now i gotta maintain them somehow
9: [00:04:30] <adrexia> Blacklite - yeah there seem to have been quite a fe3w changes to the augmentSQL methods in subsites since 1.0 I wonder if its something to do with taht?
10: [00:05:18] <adrexia> (sorry, since the 2.4 branch)
11: [00:06:41] <Blacklite> yeah
12: [00:06:44] <adrexia> hey, using SubsiteTreedropdownField didn't work at all did it?
13: [00:06:46] <adrexia> https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-subsites/blob/0.3/code/SubsitesTreeDropdownField.php
14: [00:06:50] <adrexia> that one?
15: [00:06:52] <Blacklite> it literally didn't work at all
16: [00:06:55] <Blacklite> javascript errors
17: [00:07:02] * adrexia nods
18: [00:07:06] <Blacklite> sec
19: [00:07:22] <Blacklite> Uncaught TypeError: Cannot set property 'onchange' of undefined VM15766:6SubsitesTreeDropdownField.subsiteID VM15766:6SubsitesTreeDropdownField.ajaxGetTree VM15766:21TreeDropdownField.showTree TreeSelectorField.js?m=1403060944:125TreeDropdownField.toggleTree TreeSelectorField.js?m=1403060944:88TreeDropdownField.human_click TreeSelectorField.js?m=1403060944:33
20: [00:07:55] <Blacklite> subsiteSel.onchange = (function() {
21: [00:08:12] <adrexia> dear gods, its prototype
22: [00:08:44] <Blacklite> line before that: var subsiteSel = $$('#CopyContentFromID_SubsiteID select')[0];
23: [00:09:06] <Blacklite> spent about 3-4 hours trying to fix this now
24: [00:09:15] <adrexia> if(!subsiteSel) return;
25: [00:09:16] <Blacklite> in a way that i don't have to edit the source code
26: [00:10:08] <adrexia> what is subsiteSel at that point?>
27: [00:10:24] <adrexia> oh
28: [00:10:25] <adrexia> nvm
29: [00:10:30] <Blacklite> yeah, undefined
30: [00:10:34] <adrexia> that thing looks hard coded for a single use case
31: [00:10:43] <Blacklite> holy crap
32: [00:10:47] <Blacklite> if(!subsiteSel) return;
33: [00:10:48] <adrexia> the case nwhere the select is called CopyContentFromID_SubsiteID
34: [00:10:49] <Blacklite> actually worked
35: [00:11:14] <adrexia> what sha are you on?
36: [00:11:19] <adrexia> of subsites?
37: [00:11:44] <Blacklite> sec
38: [00:11:44] <adrexia> are you on the 0.3 branch?
39: [00:11:53] <Blacklite> well this isn't configured as a git submodule
40: [00:11:56] <Blacklite> but i'll take a look
41: [00:12:45] <Blacklite> CHANGELOG is empty
42: [00:12:50] <adrexia> do you have this https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-subsites/commit/18bcda48d356de98486a02f79892d79756b48836
43: [00:12:53] <Blacklite> ah, piston
44: [00:12:53] <Blacklite> 85a095702bda172e369412ebe64795625d96f3cb
45: [00:13:08] <Blacklite> no, adrexia
46: [00:13:11] <Blacklite> i just added that in manually
47: [00:13:16] <adrexia> grab the latest subsites
48: [00:13:19] <adrexia> from 0.3 branch
49: [00:13:25] <Blacklite> will it work with 2.4?
50: [00:13:32] <adrexia> it says min 2.3
51: [00:13:35] <adrexia> so should, yeah ;)
52: [00:13:36] <Blacklite> ok
53: [00:13:51] <adrexia> actual;ly it says 2.3
54: [00:13:59] <adrexia> but it looks like the most recent branch that isn't 3.0
55: [00:15:17] <adrexia> and it has composer - so I'm betting that the readme just hasn't been updated
56: [00:18:45] <Blacklite> ok so i updated to that version
57: [00:19:09] <Blacklite> now i'm back to where i was before
58: [00:19:24] <Blacklite> i'm using ModelAdmin and it's showing only the pages in the main site, not in the subsite
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61: [00:22:39] <Ryan-Toast> I think every picture on the National parties website has John Key in it.
62: [00:24:11] <adrexia> <Blacklite> out of curiosit, what does Subsite::currentSubsiteID() give you?
63: [00:24:49] <Colin[pi]> Ryan-Toast: jesus, what was the brief for that site? "Make it blue. LOTS of blue. Blue."
64: [00:24:59] <Blacklite> let me check
65: [00:25:24] <Blacklite> 0
66: [00:25:27] <adrexia> yeah...
67: [00:25:31] <adrexia> that explains a lot
68: [00:25:54] <Blacklite> funny thing is
69: [00:26:01] <Blacklite> last night i was testing, and sometimes it would only show pages from the subsite
70: [00:26:11] <Blacklite> and everything was working fine when i sent it off last week
71: [00:26:21] <adrexia> is the dropdown picker maybe failing to set the subsite at all?
72: [00:27:05] <adrexia> if you select a subsite, and refresh, does it stay on the site you selected, or push you back to the main site?
73: [00:27:12] <Blacklite> i noticed that changing the subsite selector in the "Pages" section now adds "SubsiteID=1" to the end of the URL
74: [00:27:33] <Blacklite> that's the thing - there is no dropdown selector on the modeladmin page
75: [00:27:49] <adrexia> hmm - 2.4 has it along the top, right?
76: [00:28:07] <Blacklite> yep
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78: [00:28:39] <adrexia> so that should set the subsite.
79: [00:29:16] <Blacklite> unfortunately it's not
80: [00:29:24] * adrexia nods
81: [00:29:45] <adrexia> if you pick a subsite and refreesh, it goers back to saying its the main site/default site or whatever?
82: [00:29:54] <Blacklite> lemme check
83: [00:30:18] <Blacklite> no it doesn't go back to the default site, it stays on the subsite
84: [00:30:31] <Blacklite> however this new version adds ?SubsiteID=1 to the end of the url - the old version didn't do this
85: [00:30:41] * adrexia nods
86: [00:30:50] <Blacklite> if i take that away and refresh, it's forgotten which site it's on
87: [00:31:10] <adrexia> oh, its using get parameters rather than sessions
88: [00:31:14] <adrexia> interesting
89: [00:31:15] <Ryan-Toast> Colin[pi]: and more blue
90: [00:31:23] <Blacklite> well i tried adding ?SubsiteID=1 to the modeladmin
91: [00:31:35] <Blacklite> e.g. /admin/mymodel/?SubsiteID=1
92: [00:31:41] <Blacklite> and no go
93: [00:32:21] <Blacklite> i don't think it loads the subsite thing on that page anymroe
94: [00:32:43] <Blacklite> it used to have the name of the subsite in the top-right corner
95: [00:34:01] <adrexia> I think the answer to the behaviour might be somewhere in this file: https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-subsites/blob/0.3/code/LeftAndMainSubsites.php
96: [00:34:48] <adrexia> but ahh... there have been a lot of bugs fixed in the 3.x branches of subsites that would havce also been bugs in 2.4
97: [00:35:09] <Blacklite> isn't 2.4 still supported?
98: [00:35:15] <adrexia> not really
99: [00:35:20] <adrexia> just for security patches
100: [00:35:27] <Blacklite> ah ok
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102: [00:42:14] <Blacklite> oh brilliant
103: [00:42:16] <Blacklite> well what i can do now
104: [00:42:25] <Blacklite> is Session::set('SubsiteID', 1);
105: [00:42:34] <Blacklite> if the conditions are met
106: [00:42:50] <Blacklite> and then restore the previous subsite id afterwards
107: [00:43:00] <Blacklite> i only need this to work for a single dropdown field
108: [00:47:23] <Blacklite> k that doesn't work
109: [00:47:27] <Blacklite> it worked once, then not again
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112: [00:55:40] <adrexia> Blacklite: https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-subsites/commit/7bf6e893208ce689b45ab34a9c1de14e5d5201bf
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115: [01:26:27] <Kingy> oh looks like someone left their computer unlocked over lunch
116: [01:26:57] <Kingy> A new workplace hazard has been identified. Clothing is a major danger. It could get caught on furniture or fixtures in he event an evacuation is necessary. It is also a fire hazard and could injure you in the event of fire. Therefore all staff in the office should immediately remove all clothing and do so every time they enter the building.
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118: [01:29:31] <antmas> hmmmm
119: [01:29:57] <antmas> anyone know anything about sharpening knifes?
120: [01:30:13] <Kingy> antmas: are you planning on going full postal mode?
121: [01:30:26] <antmas> Kingy: lol no
122: [01:30:33] <Kingy> then no sorry
123: [01:30:42] <antmas> nah I have this folded steel knife at home I use for cooking
124: [01:30:51] <antmas> but no idea if I should use a stone or a bar thingy
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126: [01:32:38] <Kingy> id say stone
127: [01:33:25] <spronk> what type of knife?
128: [01:33:46] <spronk> antmas
129: [01:34:03] <simon_w|work> One for stabbing things
130: [01:34:44] <adrexia> I'd say either.
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132: [01:35:18] <spronk> if its like... an asian style knife, you pretty much have to use a whetstone
133: [01:35:30] <spronk> western knives for most sharpening i'd actually recomment a wheely sharpener :P
134: [01:40:18] <antmas> spronk: damascus
135: [01:41:19] <Ryan-Toast> Kingy: My girlfriend bought me a pocket knife for my birthday, and it was pretty expensive. What she didn’t realise that it was like 10cm long, haha
136: [01:41:33] <Ryan-Toast> Mini knives are great :P
137: [01:41:36] <Kingy> haha
138: [01:41:39] <antmas> spronk: yeah it's the 'asian' style
139: [01:41:53] <Kingy> We got my gfs little brother a swiss knife on our trip
140: [01:42:08] <Kingy> he's 8... the mum didn't appreciate it after the couch was shredded
141: [01:42:26] <Ryan-Toast> Kingy: lol!
142: [01:42:38] <Colin[pi]> lol
143: [01:42:51] <Kingy> we were basically saying he'd do something like that when we were buying it
144: [01:43:05] <Kingy> ah well, something to give back to him for a later birthday :P
145: [01:43:12] <Colin[pi]> antmas: I have one of these thingies: http://images.kitchenwaredirect.com.au/500px/Wusthof-Trident-Sharpening-Steel-23cm_IN_2_500px.jpg
146: [01:44:06] <spronk> hmm
147: [01:44:15] <spronk> antmas, branded at all?
148: [01:44:30] <spronk> Colin[pi], that's a honing tool, not really a sharpener :)
149: [01:44:47] <antmas> spronk: nope, I got it as a gift from this place called 'nood'
150: [01:44:50] <spronk> ha
151: [01:44:53] <spronk> i ahve one of those
152: [01:44:56] <antmas> I'll see if I can find it
153: [01:45:05] <spronk> nood damascus
154: [01:45:06] <spronk> in a white box?
155: [01:45:17] <Colin[pi]> spronk: um, I've always known them as sharpeners, but shrug
156: [01:45:20] <antmas> yeah with red branding?
157: [01:45:22] <spronk> mm
158: [01:45:39] * spronk also got his as a gift
159: [01:45:52] <antmas> spronk: awesome, so I'd probably just get a 2 sided stone yeah?
160: [01:46:01] <antmas> heavy/light grain
161: [01:46:04] <spronk> yeah, i use a two sided stone with it
162: [01:46:21] <spronk> a few passes on course side, a few passes on fine side
163: [01:46:21] <antmas> spronk: does it come out ok? I remember it being crazy sharp when I first got it
164: [01:46:22] <spronk> comes up good
165: [01:46:36] <spronk> its not a super fantastic knife, but it's decent
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167: [01:46:43] <antmas> yeah it's not bad
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169: [01:46:57] <antmas> I have some old school knifes from my dad, but more hunting than cooking :P
170: [01:47:03] <Tanger> Morning fellas
171: [01:47:09] <spronk> heh
172: [01:47:13] <ss23> moin moin
173: [01:47:14] <spronk> i think it's a chinese knife
174: [01:47:43] <antmas> Tanger: moin moin!
175: [01:47:50] <antmas> spronk: I REALLY want these http://gizmodo.com/these-stealth-knives-only-need-sharpening-every-25-year-1632009360
176: [01:48:17] <spronk> ooo
177: [01:48:22] <Colin[pi]> teh sexy
178: [01:48:31] <antmas> steal knifes :D
179: [01:48:32] <spronk> that is cooool
180: [01:48:33] <Colin[pi]> looks like I'd cut myself on the handle, let alone the blade
181: [01:48:36] <antmas> stealth*
182: [01:48:54] <antmas> Colin[pi]: yeah probably not all that comfortable :P
183: [01:49:21] <spronk> my main knife is one of these: http://www.japanesechefsknife.com/HDSeries.html#HDSeries
184: [01:49:34] <spronk> 240mm gyuto
185: [01:49:38] <spronk> is insane
186: [01:49:52] <antmas> looks nice and traditional
187: [01:49:55] <antmas> I like it
188: [01:49:59] <Ryan-Toast> Me to a client: “We can use an SVG solution for X, but it means that people with IE lower than 9 won’t be able to view it, is that okay?” Client: “Yes, of course”. Later: “We’ve had people who are using IE8 not able to see X” RABBLE RABBLE RABBLE
189: [01:50:15] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: lol
190: [01:50:16] <spronk> after a good sharpening you can basically rest it on the top of, say, a potato
191: [01:50:21] <spronk> and it'll just slice itself through
192: [01:50:47] <spronk> japanese edge though
193: [01:50:53] <spronk> so have to be a little bit more careful about burrs
194: [01:51:08] <antmas> spronk: the ultimate test is to cut a fresh tomato without moving the knife or the edges of the tomato bending
195: [01:51:12] <spronk> mm
196: [01:51:19] <spronk> with one of these, ezpz :p
197: [01:51:29] <spronk> it'll cut an overripe tomato too
198: [01:51:46] <spronk> those noods can do it too
199: [01:51:46] <Colin[pi]> my main knife is one of these: http://i.imgur.com/ZYlAevO.png
200: [01:51:48] <antmas> at the moment, my nood one will cut paper with about 129423123423432 slices
201: [01:52:04] <antmas> Colin[pi]: lol inevitable
202: [01:52:07] <spronk> oh, a Victorinox, Colin[pi] ? :D
203: [01:52:21] <Colin[pi]> :D
204: [01:52:41] <spronk> http://www.amazon.com/Swiss-Army-Brands-40603-Paring/dp/B001DZSY4U/ref=sr_1_9?ie=UTF8&qid=1410227553&sr=8-9&keywords=victorinox+paring
205: [01:52:41] <spronk> ;D
206: [01:53:12] <spronk> tbh half the reason i bought my hattori is because, well, HATTORI HANSO
207: [01:53:20] <antmas> how much?
208: [01:53:28] * antmas is scared to know the price
209: [01:53:32] <spronk> it was just under the GST threshold
210: [01:53:42] <spronk> think it was about $320NZD
211: [01:53:44] <spronk> shipped
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213: [01:53:54] <antmas> that's actually pretty cheap considering
214: [01:53:54] <spronk> no
215: [01:53:57] <spronk> less than that actually
216: [01:54:11] <spronk> would have been just under 300
217: [01:54:19] <antmas> EVEN BETTER THAN OUR GERMAN KNIFES?
218: [01:54:38] <spronk> i like german knives too..
219: [01:55:21] <antmas> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ToVytwWmZO8
220: [01:55:48] <spronk> hahaaa
221: [01:56:21] <spronk> lol thats awesome
222: [01:56:33] <spronk> praying on idiots that think cerrations are good
223: [01:56:44] <spronk> sp*
224: [01:56:54] <spronk> serration*
225: [01:57:06] <antmas> <3 that video
226: [01:57:10] <spronk> protip: serrations are for steak and bread
227: [01:57:22] <antmas> I should get a bread knife too
228: [01:57:32] <spronk> i bought a mundial bread knife
229: [01:57:37] <spronk> was cheap, is alright
230: [01:58:12] <spronk> http://www.amazon.com/Mundial-Series-8-Inch-Bread-Serrated/dp/B0002LXVZ8/ref=sr_1_1?s=home-garden&ie=UTF8&qid=1410227873&sr=1-1&keywords=mundial+bread
231: [01:58:15] <spronk> this one
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234: [02:02:02] <antmas> spronk: how do you store them?
235: [02:02:11] <antmas> I want to get a better knife block
236: [02:02:32] <spronk> antmas, currently on a magnetic strip
237: [02:02:42] <spronk> soon in one of those knife block drawers in a kitchen drawer
238: [02:03:14] <antmas> spronk: magnetic strip?
239: [02:03:36] <spronk> https://www.google.co.nz/search?q=magnetic+knife+strip&espv=2&biw=1439&bih=948&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=7F8OVILOHY3guQSDo4DYAg&ved=0CAYQ_AUoAQ
240: [02:03:54] <antmas> :O
241: [02:03:57] <antmas> never seen those before
242: [02:04:09] <spronk> my one is just a big thick magnet behind a thin wood veneer
243: [02:04:10] <antmas> http://www.fishpond.co.nz/c/Kitchen/q/Magnetic+Knife+Holder
244: [02:04:42] <spronk> they are quite good, but the mrs doesnt want it in the new kitchen..
245: [02:04:56] <antmas> lol guts
246: [02:05:04] <Colin[pi]> jesus, now we need to add knives to: cars, price of electricity, burgers
247: [02:05:11] <spronk> :D
248: [02:05:23] <antmas> yeah I'd rather have mine up high behind the splashback so the sprog can't reach them
249: [02:05:43] <spronk> thats what i said
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251: [02:05:53] <spronk> but apparently we're going to "lock" the knife drawer? :/
252: [02:06:13] <antmas> that only works until the kids is like not even 2
253: [02:06:45] <antmas> and also, good luck not losing the key
254: [02:06:56] <spronk> lolya
255: [02:07:02] <Colin[pi]> he might be using one of those plastic push down thingies?
256: [02:07:44] <spronk> to be fair our daughter is pretty responsible when it comes to that sort of thing for a 2.5 year old
257: [02:07:46] <spronk> but.. still
258: [02:08:23] <Colin[pi]> spronk: lol friend of mine fell asleep and his two boys got the biggest knives they could find in the kitchen and were about to have a "sword fight"
259: [02:08:32] <spronk> scheeeet
260: [02:08:45] <Colin[pi]> yeah he locked everything down pretty tight after that lOL
261: [02:09:24] <Colin[pi]> another time he fell asleep and they started making him a cake... they had put the entire dozen eggs in a bowl, with shells, and were mixing away... lol
262: [02:09:26] <antmas> yeah my son is like OMG THAT THING THERE CAN KILL ME GIVE IT TO ME SO I CAN DO THINGS
263: [02:09:31] <Colin[pi]> that's harmless though haha
264: [02:09:33] <spronk> hahaaa
265: [02:10:17] <Colin[pi]> antmas: yeah they always seem to gravitate to the dangerous things lol
266: [02:11:04] <antmas> took a BIG glug of olive oil thinking it was juice the other night
267: [02:11:14] <antmas> that had some interesting results
268: [02:11:16] <antmas> :O
269: [02:11:25] <Colin[pi]> lol
270: [02:11:44] <antmas> now pretty much NOTHING exists at a height of less than his reach now lol
271: [02:11:51] <spronk> haha
272: [02:11:52] <spronk> awesome
273: [02:11:53] <Colin[pi]> antmas: mine once painted his room with sudocrem
274: [02:12:00] <antmas> Colin[pi]: LOL
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276: [02:12:10] <Colin[pi]> it was freakin EVERYWHERE
277: [02:12:16] <Colin[pi]> including all over himself
278: [02:12:23] <Colin[pi]> he looked very proud of himself
279: [02:12:54] <antmas> they do pretty epic stuff when you don't look
280: [02:13:30] * spronk is feeling pretty lucky right about now
281: [02:13:51] <antmas> ?
282: [02:13:52] <spronk> about the worst we've had is crayon mural
283: [02:13:57] <antmas> oh right
284: [02:13:57] <Colin[pi]> spronk: girl right?
285: [02:14:00] <spronk> mm
286: [02:14:03] <Colin[pi]> yeah that's why
287: [02:14:04] <Colin[pi]> :D
288: [02:14:08] <Colin[pi]> not all of them though
289: [02:14:15] <Colin[pi]> buy boys will be boys as they sat
290: [02:14:17] <Colin[pi]> *y
291: [02:14:20] <spronk> heh
292: [02:14:33] <antmas> my boy did that, all though with a ball point pen
293: [02:14:44] <Colin[pi]> lol
294: [02:15:00] <spronk> doh
295: [02:15:07] <Colin[pi]> antmas: one morning, before I got up, mine took the pointy end of the remote to the flat panel, "drawing" all over the screen
296: [02:15:26] <antmas> oh man
297: [02:15:33] <Colin[pi]> I didn't see it until later in the morning when the screen turned off
298: [02:15:41] <spronk> :(
299: [02:15:44] <Colin[pi]> I was so angry haha
300: [02:15:46] <spronk> wall mount ftw
301: [02:15:54] <antmas> yeah I wish I could wall mount
302: [02:16:03] <madmatt> Colin[pi]: How do you know it wasn't your wife, or yourself sleep-walking?
303: [02:16:03] <Stomach> so, who else isn't having kids? :D
304: [02:16:11] <spronk> my daughter went through a phase of turning off my server machine
305: [02:16:15] <madmatt> Innocent until proven guilty remember! :D
306: [02:16:15] <antmas> lol ^^^
307: [02:16:16] <Colin[pi]> madmatt: because at that time I was a single father
308: [02:16:20] <spronk> lawl
309: [02:16:24] <Colin[pi]> well, could have been me :P
310: [02:16:31] <madmatt> Colin[pi]: Who doesn't ever sleep walk?
311: [02:16:34] <madmatt> :P
312: [02:16:39] <antmas> I sleep walk heaps
313: [02:16:47] <spronk> holy crap it was annoying to be in the middle of the day and BAM no server
314: [02:17:14] <spronk> disconnected power and reset buttons :D
315: [02:17:34] <antmas> haha yes
316: [02:17:38] <Stomach> she just wants you to stop working and love her more
317: [02:17:45] <Colin[pi]> Stomach: it's funny, when you're about to have a kid, everyone's like "OHH congrats, OH it's wonderful, so happy for you!" then after you're like "WHYYYYY DIDNT YOU TELL ME THE TRUUUUUTHHH??"
318: [02:17:45] <spronk> yeah
319: [02:17:46] <antmas> I recently had my son reach behind the tower
320: [02:17:48] <spronk> she even says it
321: [02:17:55] <antmas> pull out the wifi arials
322: [02:18:00] <spronk> daddy i want you to stop working and come and play with me
323: [02:18:03] <antmas> and place them up his nose to show me
324: [02:18:05] <spronk> LOL
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326: [02:18:11] <madmatt> haha
327: [02:18:21] <Colin[pi]> rofl antmas
328: [02:18:33] <antmas> Colin[pi]: hence me hooking up ethernet through the house ;)
329: [02:18:45] <spronk> gigabit ftw
330: [02:19:32] <antmas> oh man now I want to go buy some knifes
331: [02:19:34] <antmas> :O
332: [02:19:39] <antmas> and pretend I can cook
333: [02:19:52] <spronk> dont need to be able to cook
334: [02:20:04] <antmas> just cut stuff real good?
335: [02:20:08] <spronk> half the time i just do all the prep :D
336: [02:20:17] <spronk> CHOP CHOP MOTHERFUCKER
337: [02:20:21] <antmas> lol
338: [02:20:22] <Colin[pi]> lol
339: [02:20:28] <antmas> I actually liek that the most about cooking
340: [02:20:31] <antmas> like*
341: [02:20:39] <Colin[pi]> I like cooking, but I have less patience for it these days :(
342: [02:20:48] <antmas> I can chop dat onion so damn fiiiiiine
343: [02:20:49] <adrexia> deploynaut, why you fail? :(
344: [02:21:00] <spronk> DAYYUM FIIIINE
345: [02:21:23] <antmas> adrexia: is it open source yet?
346: [02:21:31] <adrexia> nah
347: [02:21:42] * antmas looks at ss23
348: [02:21:47] <antmas> >.>
349: [02:21:48] <adrexia> ss23 says he's on it
350: [02:22:01] <adrexia> but I think he's lying to us :P
351: [02:22:19] <adrexia> ...wouldn't it be funny if there was never any intention of open sourcing it?
352: [02:22:25] <adrexia> biggest troll yet
353: [02:22:33] <Stomach> doesn't matter, use beam
354: [02:23:17] <adrexia> on a cwp site. keeps failing to deploy
355: [02:23:18] <antmas> I should get a phpstorm licence
356: [02:23:39] <adrexia> oh - I think I see why
357: [02:23:59] <adrexia> composer.lock has gone missing
358: [02:24:52] <madmatt> oh oh, who cleaned out the web-root thinking they were being helpful? :)
359: [02:25:17] <antmas> it wasn't me this time I swear
360: [02:26:39] <adrexia> yeah, that fixed it.
361: [02:26:51] <adrexia> good to know it just fails with no composer.lock
362: [02:30:20] <Blacklite> is anyone else here still using 2.4? and if so, do you plan to upgrade soon?
363: [02:30:52] <antmas> Blacklite: yup and yup
364: [02:31:00] <spronk> only 2.4 stuff i do is supporting a couple of older sites that i'm trying to persuade the owners to upgrade
365: [02:31:03] <Blacklite> how are you intending to upgrade? just a rewrite?
366: [02:31:14] <antmas> Blacklite: I'm outsourcing :P
367: [02:31:16] <Blacklite> and yeah - that's the biggest problem i'm gonna have - cost to the client
368: [02:31:18] <Blacklite> ah
369: [02:31:42] <antmas> Blacklite: I would normally just rewrite this particular site and apply the theme it already has, but no time :(
370: [02:34:54] <Blacklite> is any of the codebase reusable?
371: [02:34:59] <Blacklite> (apart from the theme)
372: [02:35:21] <Blacklite> i'm looking at this site, and i honestly think very little of this will be reusable
373: [02:35:25] <ss23> 14:21:49 < adrexia> ss23 says he's on it
374: [02:35:27] <ss23> TOTALLY ON IT
375: [02:35:36] <antmas> can anyone helpd me find where I would add addExtraClass to the submit button for https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-userforms ?
376: [02:35:40] <antmas> I can't find it :O
377: [02:35:42] <ss23> I even almost clicked "create repo" on github the other day!
378: [02:35:53] <antmas> Blacklite: yeah quite a bit of it
379: [02:36:06] <antmas> Blacklite: it's this site tasmanlibraries.govt.nz
380: [02:36:18] <antmas> which has some custom code, but not much
381: [02:36:33] <Blacklite> oh yeah, it doesn't look *too* complicated
382: [02:36:42] <antmas> it's not
383: [02:36:43] <Blacklite> mostly text content from what i can see
384: [02:37:09] <antmas> yeah it has some integration with kotui, which is a catalog service, but it's piped in externally with just some hooks
385: [02:37:12] <Blacklite> there's obviously some sort of api thing
386: [02:37:16] <Blacklite> yeah, just looking through that
387: [02:37:33] <antmas> other than that, it's just a theme :P
388: [02:37:35] <adrexia> antmas - hah! last I saw that site it was still using svn
389: [02:38:04] <antmas> yeah I barely touch it these days
390: [02:38:08] <adrexia> and was a copy paste of the other tasman site
391: [02:38:10] <Blacklite> yeah, i think these sites im working on have been migrated from svn at some point
392: [02:38:22] <antmas> adrexia: yup, lots of unused code :P
393: [02:38:26] <adrexia> it was basically a pure design + FE job
394: [02:38:41] <antmas> adrexia: yeah, stripe the web is doing the upgrade I think
395: [02:38:53] <adrexia> sweet
396: [02:38:55] <antmas> they saw the code base and went 'ummmmm, $34234234234 pls'
397: [02:39:01] <adrexia> It's a nice simple design
398: [02:39:04] <antmas> so I have to rip the useless stuff out lol
399: [02:39:05] <adrexia> bwhahah
400: [02:39:21] <adrexia> really, most of the code is redundant. that was just how we were told to build it
401: [02:39:30] <antmas> yeah pretty much
402: [02:39:57] <antmas> the cleanup is on my list, then upgrade
403: [02:40:13] <adrexia> +1
404: [02:40:42] <antmas> omg 1.8gb of updates :O
405: [02:40:48] <antmas> silly windows
406: [02:41:57] <Colin[pi]> antmas: hnnnnggg... I went through that process not once but twice last week
407: [02:42:08] <madmatt> antmas: Be a Windows house, not upgrading Windows. Don't have a WSUS server because too expensive/painful. Wonder why you had a $20k overage bill the month after you re-enable Windows upgrades
408: [02:42:24] <Colin[pi]> madmatt: holy crap
409: [02:42:28] <antmas> madmatt: :O
410: [02:42:44] <antmas> WSUS ftw
411: [02:42:48] <madmatt> ;(
412: [02:43:17] <antmas> our neckbeards usually keep our updates to 200mb every fortnight-ish
413: [02:43:45] <Colin[pi]> what I want to know is... why does windows go through 653 updates... and THEN... THEN it says "Oh btw, here's service pack 1"
414: [02:44:15] <Colin[pi]> (win7 anyway)
415: [02:44:21] <antmas> probably to help those without wsus maybe
416: [02:44:32] <antmas> I really don't know
417: [02:44:40] <Colin[pi]> I'm like wtf... isn't the service pack supposed to roll all of these together?
418: [02:44:41] <antmas> it's not just the OS either
419: [02:44:51] <antmas> VS does it, and Office etc
420: [02:45:33] <Colin[pi]> so in other words, the answer is "lol microsoft"
421: [02:45:41] <antmas> :P
422: [02:46:26] <antmas> what sucks is
423: [02:46:45] <antmas> I'm setting up 10 Surface 2 Pros and 3 Surface 3s
424: [02:46:50] <Colin[pi]> mm
425: [02:46:57] <antmas> and each one has like over 2.5gb of updates to do :(
426: [02:47:26] <Colin[pi]> antmas: is there no way you can download them once and then update locally?
427: [02:47:47] <Colin[pi]> or that's kinda like what madmatt was talking about
428: [02:48:05] <antmas> Colin[pi]: yeah that's how a WSUS works
429: [02:48:15] <antmas> so 'download' from a local server on the network
430: [02:48:30] <antmas> after it's been 'checked' by admins
431: [02:49:14] <antmas> but yeah 8.1 seems to get a shit tonne of updates
432: [02:49:58] <Colin[pi]> man that must suck for administration
433: [02:50:35] <antmas> yeah it would
434: [02:50:59] <Colin[pi]> gotta say after playing around in Win7 last week... I kinda miss it
435: [02:51:09] <antmas> I really don't
436: [02:51:12] <Colin[pi]> lol
437: [02:51:15] <antmas> win7 at work, win8 a home
438: [02:51:16] <Colin[pi]> well, on the PC I mean
439: [02:51:50] <Colin[pi]> antmas: but you know what, they will bring back the start menu for Win9... and now I'm kinda used to the screen lol
440: [02:51:58] <Colin[pi]> I hope they make it an option at least
441: [02:52:07] <antmas> surely they will
442: [02:52:15] <antmas> I can't imagine they'd kill metro entirely
443: [02:52:19] <Colin[pi]> frankly the metro start menu looks a bit shit
444: [02:52:22] <antmas> it *can* be pretty useful
445: [02:52:35] <Colin[pi]> (in the win9 preview)... but got a LONG way to go
446: [02:52:50] <antmas> they should make it an option for touch devices at least
447: [02:53:12] <Colin[pi]> what do you think about the start menu? http://www.winbeta.org/news/windows-9-threshold-will-be-built-around-you-and-your-feedback
448: [02:53:27] <Colin[pi]> (and windowed metro apps)
449: [02:54:06] <antmas> looks good
450: [02:54:13] <antmas> but again, just looks like classic shell :P
451: [02:54:27] <antmas> but windowed metro apps would be awesome
452: [02:54:36] <antmas> the snapping thing just doesn't work properly at all
453: [02:54:41] <Colin[pi]> mm
454: [02:55:14] <spronk> http://www.londonspermbank.com/
455: [02:55:15] <spronk> HA
456: [02:55:36] <antmas> lol
457: [02:55:42] <antmas> that tagline
458: [02:55:47] <spronk> and the logo
459: [02:55:47] <Colin[pi]> hahaha
460: [02:55:48] <spronk> fantastic
461: [02:55:54] <antmas> the hole thing is perfect
462: [03:20:29] <antmas> bah
463: [03:20:33] <antmas> js ;___;
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465: [03:24:59] <Ryan-Toast> from that site’s twitter page: http://www.iflscience.com/technology/automatic-sperm-extractor-introduced-chinese-hospital
466: [03:25:00] <john_____> HI all
467: [03:25:28] <Ryan-Toast> Hi, John.
468: [03:25:41] <john_____> I would like to extend the comments extension so I can add a couple of new fields
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470: [03:26:39] <john_____> I've already create a class that extends CommentsExtension
471: [03:26:53] <john_____> *created
472: [03:27:14] <john_____> It's loaded in _config.php
473: [03:27:19] <antmas> john_____: do you have an error?
474: [03:27:25] <john_____> <?php class MyCommentsExtension extends CommentsExtension { public function CommentsForm() { echo "hello world"; exit(); } }
475: [03:27:48] <john_____> assuming that is correct should that not replace the comment form with "hello world"?
476: [03:28:05] <john_____> No error.
477: [03:28:13] <john_____> The comment form is still visisble
478: [03:28:15] <john_____> visible
479: [03:28:43] <antmas> you dev/build?
480: [03:28:54] <simon_w|work> john_____, DataExtensions can't override built-in methods like that
481: [03:29:25] <simon_w|work> And then, if there's multiple extensions providing the same thing, it's basically a lottery as to which one gets called
482: [03:29:35] <john_____> I would actually like to extend public function CommentsForm() in CommentingController.php
483: [03:30:25] <john_____> What is the best way to add/remove form fields from the comments extension?
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485: [03:33:52] <simon_w|work> john_____, alterCommentForm() in a subclass of Extension applied to CommentingController
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502: [04:22:22] <john_____> @simon_w. Is there an example of use you can refer me on to?
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504: [04:31:48] <Tanger> Hey guys, if I iterate over objects in a ManyMany list, update them and call write(), does that update the List and Database?
505: [04:33:08] <Tanger> Sorry, I should say that I'm updating a column added via ExtraFields
506: [04:40:44] <Olliepop> What would the best way to capture the URL from a contact form (template include) be? Contact form is on every page, client needs to know what page they submitted from.
507: [04:41:32] <Tanger> Hidden field?
508: [04:41:45] <Tanger> With the page ID/title?
509: [04:42:49] <Olliepop> ah $AbsoluteLink should do the trick :)
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511: [04:45:38] <Selay> Hi guys, is there a way to get previous and next pages in relation to current one? Under page content, I need prev and next button for previous and next siblings similar to typical wordpress pages.
512: [04:46:40] <Selay> Say I have Vehicles parent pages and cars, buses, trucks etc under it.. If I am currently reading buses, next should point to /vehicles/trucks
513: [04:47:21] <Stomach> you can build $Previous and $Next commands into your controller
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515: [04:48:52] <Stomach> or on the model
516: [04:48:54] <Stomach> something like http://pastie.org/9537993#12
517: [04:50:22] <Selay> '@Stomach thank you very much
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522: [05:06:25] <Tanger> Hey fellas, does anybody know how the CMS detects that something changed and needs to be re-saved?
523: [05:08:30] <spronk> i.e. in the client javascript?
524: [05:09:04] <Tanger> Yeah
525: [05:09:33] <Tanger> I'm assuming it sets a class on any changed stuff in addition to indicating that the page needs t be re-saved out
526: [05:12:16] <Stomach> yeah it does
527: [05:12:29] <Stomach> it watches for changes, then adds a class to that field
528: [05:12:46] <Stomach> then then cms picks up that there are fields like that in the page and updates the buttons
529: [05:13:46] <Stomach> https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-cms/blob/3.1/javascript/CMSMain.EditForm.js#L280
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533: [05:29:41] <Tanger> Stomach: Thanks!
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535: [05:40:32] <Colin[pi]> CLIENTS GON' CLIENT
536: [05:40:52] <Colin[pi]> "hi colin, please go ahead and purchase that stock image, we need it for our twitter."
537: [05:40:55] <Colin[pi]> "ok, will do."
538: [05:41:00] <Colin[pi]> *buys image*
539: [05:41:05] <Colin[pi]> *20 mins later*
540: [05:41:20] <Colin[pi]> "Actually, no, use this image instead, I changed my mind."
541: [05:41:23] <Colin[pi]> FFFFUUUU
542: [05:41:32] <Colin[pi]> oh well they're still charged for it anyway lol
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546: [05:53:11] <Olliepop> Hey guys what are some possible reasons $controller->renderWith('TemplateName') could be returning a whitescreen?
547: [05:53:42] <ss23> Errors inside that template
548: [05:54:02] <Olliepop> cheers
549: [05:54:55] <Olliepop> damn, can't be that. Tried with plain HTML and still whitescreen
550: [05:55:22] <ss23> just before that line, do error_reporting(-1); ini_set('display_errors', 'On'); ?
551: [05:55:42] <Olliepop> No errors
552: [05:55:53] <Olliepop> have them in _config.php too
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557: [06:01:17] <simon_w|work> Olliepop, because you're not returning anything
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561: [06:06:34] <Olliepop> @simon_w|work Yes!!! Thank you!
562: [06:06:45] <ss23> YAY :D
563: [06:06:48] <ss23> Together we solved it!
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565: [06:07:43] <Olliepop> :D
566: [06:07:50] <john_____> I have managed to remove the URL field from the comments extension using alterCommentForm
567: [06:08:03] <john_____> Thanks for pointing me to the right direction
568: [06:08:42] <john_____> How to I add a new field? $fields = $form->Fields(); $fields->removeByName("URL"); $fields->insertAfter(new TextField("Test", 'Test'), 'test);
569: [06:09:25] <john_____> If I replace "Test" with "Name" the new test field will show up. I'm assuming it's because "Name" is a field in the DB
570: [06:09:37] <john_____> How do I add a new DB field to the comments table?
571: [06:10:10] <ss23> https://github.com/silverstripe/deploynaut
572: [06:10:13] <ss23> IT'S HAPPENING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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574: [06:11:39] <john_____> http://www.sspaste.com/paste/show/540e9558b9567
575: [06:15:12] <simon_w|work> john_____, $fields->push(new TextField('Test', 'Test'))
576: [06:16:47] <simon_w|work> ss23, if it's not core maintained, should be under labs
577: [06:18:57] <john_____> Thanks, that makes sense.
578: [06:20:22] <john_____> How do I save the new field to the DB?
579: [06:21:35] <simon_w|work> john_____, need a DataExtension on Comment that adds the field
580: [06:24:22] <john_____> Strict Standards: Declaration of MyCommentsExtension::extraStatics() should be compatible with DataExtension::extraStatics($class = NULL, $extension = NULL) in /xxx/xxx/xxx/xxx/mysite/code/MyCommentsExtension.php on line 20
581: [06:25:00] <john_____> I extended DataExtension instead of Extension
582: [06:26:36] <simon_w|work> john_____, don't use extraStatics(), just stick a private static $db = array() on your class
583: [06:30:19] <john_____> I've updated the code without extraStatics() and ran dev/build but no new field was created
584: [06:30:23] <john_____> Updated code http://www.sspaste.com/paste/show/540e998c4dd88
585: [06:33:32] <john_____> I even tried to extend both Extension and DataExtension
586: [06:34:56] <simon_w|work> john_____, you need two separate classes. One that subclasses Extension to change the form that's applied to CommentingController and one that subclasses DataExtension to add the fields that's applied to Comment
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590: [06:39:07] <elgrodo> ss23: Currently more of a deploynot given there is no code there :)
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602: [07:07:55] <ocmnt> howdy
603: [07:08:16] <wmk> hey ocmnt
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606: [07:11:55] <ocmnt> whatsup?
607: [07:12:24] <wmk> ocmnt, just testing if my modifications from yesterday work properly.
608: [07:13:00] <wmk> yeah!
609: [07:14:02] * wmk says BOOM to BOM
610: [07:14:15] <ocmnt> awesome!
611: [07:14:26] <ocmnt> bomb that bom's :D
612: [07:14:38] <Colin[pi]> wow, chrome finally - FINALLY - renders fonts nicely on windows
613: [07:15:44] <ocmnt> Colin[pi], never found a problem with that, however chrome has been optimized for high resolutions now aswell
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630: [08:16:31] <ocmnt> dev/tasks/i18nTextCollectorTask give an empty response
631: [08:16:35] <ocmnt> is that normal behaviour?
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633: [08:21:49] <Zauberfisch> ocmnt: oh boy, non browser default fonts in chrome on windows where a mess
634: [08:21:52] <Zauberfisch> Colin[pi]: awesome news
635: [08:22:11] <Zauberfisch> this is going to make my designers happy :D
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639: [08:34:04] <wmk> Zauberfisch, don't you think fonts are overestimated?
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643: [08:55:04] <Zauberfisch> wmk: I am actually more and more starting to appreciate good design
644: [08:55:15] <Zauberfisch> and a nice font does make a huge difference
645: [08:56:57] <wmk> of course. if the fallback for old IE is also looking good it's ok. But my (old) smartphone always has a second or two blank spaces until the font is loaded
646: [08:57:08] <wmk> sucks when i want to read news
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648: [09:04:02] <wmk> Ouch! Just wondered why a booking button is translated as "Buch", which is "Book" in english....
649: [09:05:06] <wmk> luxury hotel which doesn't have money for a proper translator
650: [09:09:40] <Zauberfisch> true, this is anoying
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655: [09:13:47] <wmk> but browsers will become better.
656: [09:14:03] <wmk> though some big companies still use vista / IE7
657: [09:14:20] <wmk> annoying when i want to show a new site to that ppl
658: [09:19:12] <ocmnt> using IE7? haha
659: [09:19:25] <ocmnt> IE7 isn't even supported anymore by MS
660: [09:20:44] <ss23> simon_w: Old rule, believe that was supersceeded by the "no" rule
661: [09:21:02] <ss23> But the idea would be it could be core maintenced, when it's proper
662: [09:21:04] <ss23> If core wanted to
663: [09:21:09] <ss23> Which they probably wouldn't
664: [09:21:14] <wmk> ocmnt, maybe it was IE8, but the last one for vista
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669: [09:51:21] <wmk> hey UncleCheese
670: [09:52:11] <UncleCheese> hi
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676: [10:05:17] <ocmnt> hello
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679: [10:10:01] <mattybalaam> Hi everybody. How would I go about using ?showtemplate=1 when using a search form?
680: [10:11:18] <mattybalaam> I can’t work out which template is being called
681: [10:11:48] <mattybalaam> I have a HomePage.ss and a HomePage_results.ss but it seems to use something else entirely.
682: [10:12:06] <wmk> it seems it must be a GET param
683: [10:12:14] <wmk> i'd hack it in with firebug before sending the form
684: [10:15:56] <simon_w> mattybalaam, it'll be using Page_result
685: [10:17:48] <mattybalaam> not xxx_results ?
686: [10:19:21] * elgrodo tee hees at the thought of triple x results
687: [10:19:33] <mattybalaam> lol
688: [10:19:56] <mattybalaam> Thanks wmk
689: [10:20:30] <wmk> mattybalaam, you're welcome
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691: [10:27:22] <mattybalaam> OK, so it seems to be defaulting back to page.ss - any ideas?
692: [10:28:02] <wmk> do you have the search only on hompage or on every page?
693: [10:32:11] <mattybalaam> OK, it is included on Page.ss
694: [10:32:41] <mattybalaam> The main one in template, rather than layout
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696: [10:35:38] <ss31noob> hello guys.. anyone here migrated their old site from silverstripe 2.4 to silverstripe 3.1? i am currently having a problem right now when i migrated the old database to the new one.. when i tried to save a page (old page from 2.4), it returns an sql error that says Column 'SiteTreeID' in where clause is ambiguous,256) MySQLDatabase.php:598
697: [10:35:46] <ss31noob> anyone encountered something like this before?
698: [10:37:08] <UncleCheese> I don't think SiteTreeID is a field that is anywhere in the core database schema
699: [10:37:20] <UncleCheese> so it's probably a custom field somewhere?
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702: [10:47:58] <ss31noob> uncleCheese, SiteTreeID was used in the SiteTree.php
703: [10:48:09] <UncleCheese> yikes
704: [10:48:10] <simon_w> No it wasn't
705: [10:48:19] <wmk> ss31noob, cannot remember this
706: [10:48:31] <wmk> sounds more like a has_one SiteTree anywhere in you r model
707: [10:49:06] <ss31noob> user_error(Couldn't run query: SELECT DISTINCT "SiteTree_ImageTracking"."FieldName", "File"."ClassName", "File"."Created", "File"."LastEdited", "File"."Name", "File"."Title", "File"."Filename", "File"."Content", "File"."ShowInSearch", "File"."ParentID", "File"."OwnerID", "File"."ID", CASE WHEN "File"."ClassName" IS NOT NULL THEN "File"."ClassName" ELSE 'File' END AS "RecordClassName" FROM "File" INNER JOIN "SiteTree_ImageTra
708: [10:49:28] <ss31noob> that's the exact issue i got when trying to save a page
709: [10:50:20] <wmk> ss31noob, paste it somewhere else, seems like irc didn't paste everything
710: [10:50:26] <wmk> cannot see the error message
711: [10:51:39] <ss31noob> http://www.sspaste.com/paste/show/540ed6f24b68d
712: [10:52:32] <wmk> "SiteTree_ImageTracking"."SiteTreeID"
713: [10:54:00] <wmk> do you know what code generates the error? any custom code?
714: [10:54:05] <wmk> did you paste the whole trace?
715: [10:55:37] <ss31noob> i am trying to find any suspected code that may cause this issue.. but i couldnt really find anything.. i didnt paste the whole trace of the error.. will do.. give me few seconds :)
716: [10:56:08] <wmk> check if your File table has a SiteTreeID column accidently
717: [10:56:54] <wmk> maybe you added images to pages and used this has_one SiteTree
718: [10:57:53] <ss31noob> yes my File table has a SiteTreeID
719: [11:01:54] <ss31noob> so that could be the reason?
720: [11:06:14] <ss31noob> seems like SiteTreeID doesnt have any value in my File table.. so I just dropped it :)
721: [11:06:18] <ss31noob> seems to work after
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723: [11:12:08] <wmk> ss31noob, run dev/build and look if it's added again. if yes you have it in your code somewhere
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727: [11:34:58] <ss31noob> wmk, no. it didnt create that column. maybe it was in the code before and they removed it.. and it wasnt just removed in the database
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736: [12:16:00] <Pyoopsk> 'lo
737: [12:16:57] <wmk> Pyoopsk, hey, a little bit late today?
738: [12:17:11] <Pyoopsk> yup
739: [12:17:14] <Pyoopsk> been busy
740: [12:18:14] <ocmnt> how so? the fappening was last week :D
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745: [12:29:10] <Pyoopsk> ocmnt: never saw.
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753: [12:49:27] <Robke> willr: is this module compatible with SS 3.1? https://github.com/silverstripe-labs/silverstripe-googlesitemaps
754: [12:53:00] <Pyoopsk> I guess kinglozzer went to the afternoon kip
755: [12:53:11] <Pyoopsk> Robke: yes/
756: [12:53:29] <Pyoopsk> depends what you're after. If you want a 'sitemap' then that is not what that module is for.
757: [12:53:43] <Pyoopsk> ie, for a user.
758: [12:53:49] <Pyoopsk> it's for a google spdier
759: [12:55:13] <Robke> ok thanks ;)
760: [12:55:29] <Robke> how things are going Pyoopsk ? ;)
761: [12:58:38] <Pyoopsk> Good Robke. Very busy, but good.
762: [12:58:50] <Robke> glad of that ;)
763: [12:58:53] <Pyoopsk> Right at the moment a little sleepy :<
764: [12:59:00] <Robke> ok thanks for the info, going back to work
765: [12:59:04] <Pyoopsk> damny after lunch dulls.
766: [12:59:09] <Robke> so why dont you go to bet? :)
767: [12:59:13] <Robke> bed :)
768: [12:59:17] <Robke> oh :)))
769: [12:59:17] <Pyoopsk> Robke: I'm at work!
770: [12:59:19] <Pyoopsk> :P
771: [12:59:23] <Robke> work could wait :D
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773: [12:59:27] <Pyoopsk> haha
774: [12:59:28] <Robke> sometimes :D
775: [12:59:42] <Pyoopsk> I'm quite sure they'll not pay me though if I sleep.
776: [13:00:10] <Robke> hm.... maybe you should use a glasses with opened eyes while you'll try to sleep :D
777: [13:02:27] <Pyoopsk> haha, I have energy drink filled with caffine
778: [13:03:05] <Pyoopsk> I just have to time it right to last me through
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780: [13:04:23] <Robke> theese thins arent good :) take care of yourself ;) speaking from my expierence :)
781: [13:04:33] <Robke> need sometimes to stop and sleep a lot ;))
782: [13:04:44] <Robke> otherwise it will be painful :)
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784: [13:08:02] <guci0> Hello World!
785: [13:08:07] <Pyoopsk> Robke: haha, I know.
786: [13:08:22] <Pyoopsk> I sleep alright, just not _quite_ enough.
787: [13:08:28] <Striped> Hey everyone, need some help with the TagField addon.
788: [13:08:34] <Striped> http://addons.silverstripe.org/add-ons/silverstripe/tagfield
789: [13:08:43] <Striped> Could someone look at this, http://sspaste.com/paste/show/540ef7005ad0a?
790: [13:09:17] <Pyoopsk> ok, done.
791: [13:09:27] <Striped> I seem to get an undefined page error when I open domain/tag/sometag.
792: [13:09:29] <Striped> "Sorry, it seems you were trying to access a page that doesn't exist."
793: [13:10:03] * cloph_away is now known as cloph
794: [13:10:57] <Pyoopsk> Striped: because you've not got a page called tag.
795: [13:11:19] <Striped> Mm, well I do an action named tag.
796: [13:11:26] <Pyoopsk> yes, you have an _action_ tag.
797: [13:11:39] <Striped> Should I create Page_tag.ss?
798: [13:11:39] <Pyoopsk> you're missing something rather important from the middle.
799: [13:11:43] <Pyoopsk> no.
800: [13:11:58] <Striped> I'm unsure of how I can create a page for a custom action.
801: [13:12:37] <Pyoopsk> http://userhelp.silverstripe.org/framework/en/basic-overview
802: [13:12:46] <Pyoopsk> you don't, the point is you don't have a page AT ALL
803: [13:12:58] <Pyoopsk> you can't perform an action on a page without the page.
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805: [13:13:34] <Striped> Mm, the code for the tags is in the main Page.php file, that one doesn't count?
806: [13:14:05] <Striped> ..and I seem to have missed one line in the copypasta,
807: [13:14:06] <Striped> private static $allowed_actions = array ('tag');
808: [13:14:09] <Pyoopsk> I don't think you're quite grasping the concept here.
809: [13:14:23] <Pyoopsk> you have a page TYPE, but you have not created a PAGE.
810: [13:14:37] <Pyoopsk> you have ... a template.
811: [13:14:43] <Pyoopsk> A class. No instances.
812: [13:15:04] <Striped> Ah, so how do I remedy that?
813: [13:15:07] <Pyoopsk> go into the cms, make a page
814: [13:15:18] <Striped> Well, I did make a couple of pages.
815: [13:15:25] <Pyoopsk> well then that's the part you're missing.
816: [13:15:26] <Striped> And attached tags through the tagfield.
817: [13:15:34] <Pyoopsk> domain/???????/tag/tagname
818: [13:15:43] <Striped> Oh.
819: [13:15:48] <Striped> ..well, that would be useless.
820: [13:16:03] <Striped> That would mean the tags would be relative to the specific page.
821: [13:16:09] <Striped> How should I go about creating global tags?
822: [13:16:15] <Pyoopsk> well that's kinda the entire point, no?
823: [13:16:19] <Striped> http://addons.silverstripe.org/tags
824: [13:16:20] <Pyoopsk> Pages have tags.
825: [13:16:22] <Striped> Something like that.
826: [13:16:42] <Pyoopsk> make a controller named tags.
827: [13:17:04] <Pyoopsk> or probably better; make a page type that lists tags.
828: [13:17:19] <Pyoopsk> make a page of that type named 'tags'.
829: [13:17:20] <Pyoopsk> that's it.
830: [13:17:35] <Pyoopsk> Pretty much Tutorials 1 & 2 (but with tags).
831: [13:17:47] <Striped> Hold on a sec, I wanna show you what I used as a reference.
832: [13:17:57] <Striped> It somehow worked in that instance, I seem to be missing something.
833: [13:17:58] * Pyoopsk waits for ssbits link
834: [13:18:33] <Pyoopsk> yes, you're missing the concept that pages have actions, and a site has pages. Not that a site has actions.
835: [13:19:15] <Striped> Here we go, this is the reference code, which had bunch of errors, http://www.sspaste.com/paste/show/51dc560bc3c4d.
836: [13:19:39] <Striped> Sec.
837: [13:19:41] <Striped> Wrong link.
838: [13:20:01] <Pyoopsk> http://doc.silverstripe.org/framework/en/tutorials/2-extending-a-basic-site#creating-the-news-section-page-types
839: [13:21:35] <Striped> Here's the code, with the said bunch of errors, http://sspaste.com/paste/show/521d0307a30e9.
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841: [13:21:49] <Striped> Guy discussing it on IRC, line 165, http://logs.simon.geek.nz/index.php?date=2013-08-28.
842: [13:22:22] <Striped> So I followed the dicussion and I seem to have missed something.
843: [13:23:43] <Pyoopsk> http://logs.simon.geek.nz/index.php?date=2013-08-28#log_1031115 ?
844: [13:24:03] <Striped> Yup.
845: [13:24:08] <Striped> Wait, I think get the pages part.
846: [13:24:11] <Striped> Aw shit.
847: [13:24:15] <Striped> Fuck am I stupid.
848: [13:24:37] <Striped> I'm trying to call the page action through a controller for the main domain.
849: [13:24:57] <Striped> The code would work relative to the page and I need a controller if I want a giant tag list.
850: [13:25:06] <Striped> ..damn.
851: [13:25:19] <Pyoopsk> what? so basically what I told you finally clicked into place? :P
852: [13:25:29] <Pyoopsk> Make a page type that lists tags.
853: [13:25:31] <Striped> Thanks Pyoopsk, let me fix this and I'll think about the tag cloud later.
854: [13:25:33] <Striped> Yeah.
855: [13:25:35] <Pyoopsk> you can name it whatever you want then.
856: [13:26:27] <Striped> You know the feeling you get once in a while where you walk to bang yar head against the wall for a while because holy bananas how did ya miss that.
857: [13:26:36] <Striped> want to*
858: [13:26:43] <Striped> Anyway, I'm off to fix this, thanks again!
859: [13:27:07] <Pyoopsk> where are you from?
860: [13:29:59] <Pyoopsk> Talk like a pom, but location says India :<
861: [13:30:04] <Pyoopsk> super confuse.
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863: [14:04:03] <wmk> anyone knows a module for a onepage site?
864: [14:10:35] <ocmnt> has_one_edit?
865: [14:10:38] <ocmnt> and al ot of DO's?
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867: [14:15:49] <wmk> ocmnt, more like using subpages of a page
868: [14:16:06] <wmk> http://depot43.ch/onepage/ has something but not released as a module
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870: [14:25:51] <catcher> I'm losing my mind. I upgraded from 3.0.5 to 3.1.6, and now some pages are printing my custom metatags to the screen (source shows the html parsed as &lt; instead of < , etc.)
871: [14:26:08] <wmk> use $FOO.RAW
872: [14:26:28] <wmk> in template where custom meta tags are included
873: [14:26:33] <catcher> wmk, tried that. The strings are identical when they leave the MetaTags() function.
874: [14:26:51] <catcher> Same layout, called the same way
875: [14:26:51] <wmk> you upadted the metatags module, too?
876: [14:28:01] <catcher> wmk, I'm not using a module, just some custom overrides
877: [14:28:46] <catcher> Actually I'm lying, I tried .XML but not .RAW, and raw seems to work.
878: [14:28:59] <wmk> it's the opposite of xml
879: [14:29:31] <catcher> right, right. But I'm still concerned why it's necessary; even the 3.1.6 stock theme doesn't use $MetaTags.raw
880: [14:29:32] <wmk> in 3.1 they changed default behaviour of fields to be escaped, if you want to prevent escaping (like here) you now have to explicitly say: RAW
881: [14:29:58] <wmk> isn't RAW like the sound a lion makes?
882: [14:30:08] <wmk> or a motor cycle?
883: [14:30:19] <catcher> Yep, growling at my screen is what helped.
884: [14:30:57] <wmk> catcher, maybe you found a bug in the bundled theme
885: [14:31:22] <catcher> wmk, or maybe CMS was updated to prevent escaping in the metatags method
886: [14:31:30] <catcher> (checking now)
887: [14:31:59] <wmk> hmm, no. on a basic 3.1.6 install everything is ok
888: [14:32:47] <catcher> wmk, yeah, seems fine, and I don't see any conversions happening on the tags in CMS's MetaTags method.
889: [14:32:51] <catcher> CMS/SiteTree
890: [14:33:13] <catcher> (well, the contents are converted, but not the angle brackets, etc.)
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894: [14:36:30] <NETim> morning. Anyone know the equivalent structure in 2.4 to 3+ ArrayList?
895: [14:38:20] <madmatt> NETim: DataObjectSet?
896: [14:38:33] <NETim> could be. Trying to send custom data to the template
897: [14:39:15] <madmatt> IIRC, and it's been a while since I've used 2.4, you can do a DataObjectSet of ArrayData objects, and then loop over that in the template just fine
898: [14:40:57] <NETim> cool. Switched to dataobjectset and it hasn't exploded yet.
899: [14:41:19] <madmatt> Always a good sign :D
900: [14:43:59] <catcher> wmk, returning my tags w/ DBField::create('HTMLText', $tags) does the trick. I still don't see how SiteTree is getting away with it, but glad to have this resolved. Thanks for the input.
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902: [14:44:31] <wmk> catcher, you've seen $this->extend('MetaTags', $tags); in SiteTree ????
903: [14:44:41] <catcher> wmk, yes
904: [14:44:46] <wmk> oh, and $this->ExtraMeta
905: [14:45:00] <wmk> nope, that's the db field
906: [14:45:06] <NETim> thanks madmatt. wrote a monster site in 2.4 a few years back and every now and then I have to go and maintain/extend it.
907: [14:45:32] <wmk> NETim, go and update to 3.1.... though it's a monster
908: [14:45:45] <ocmnt> hm, anyone experienced the 502: bad gateway error on nginx with FastCGI?
909: [14:46:25] <NETim> wmk, I'm afraid I couldn't afford the therapy needed to do that.
910: [14:47:04] <wmk> NETim, i can feel you. just in the progress of updating my monster site
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912: [14:47:23] <wmk> i don't want to put in new features in 2.4
913: [14:47:34] <wmk> 3.1 is better for refactoring, new features etc...
914: [14:47:41] <NETim> wmk, we have toyed with the idea. It ususally ends with everyone laughing nervously and walking away in silence...
915: [14:48:01] <wmk> omg, you said a MONSTER?
916: [14:48:03] <NETim> It's the defacto meeting killer.
917: [14:48:31] <wmk> NETim, cool, you can end the meeting when you're bored by bringing this topic
918: [14:48:32] <NETim> "any other business?", "Update evilmonster.crap?", "haha, ok go home."
919: [14:48:42] <NETim> ^
920: [14:49:36] <NETim> The only danger is that one day, someone will say yes.
921: [14:52:14] <wmk> NETim, you'll be busy for months
922: [14:52:52] <NETim> it would be a project without end.
923: [14:53:07] <wmk> hey, you got the 2.4 version going
924: [14:53:15] <wmk> so there will be a 3.1 version going
925: [14:53:27] <wmk> though not every module has a 3.x version
926: [14:53:39] <NETim> I think that would be my queue to nope.
927: [14:54:17] <wmk> depends on the modules. im my case i have to rewrite some forms (why did i use this customform module years ago???) and update event calendar
928: [14:55:50] <NETim> oh god, event calendar
929: [14:56:11] <NETim> http://static.fjcdn.com/pictures/soloman+brothers+nope.+%3Ebe+8+years+old+%3Ebe+watching+soloman_5dd2f2_3718578.jpg
930: [14:59:05] <wmk> NETim, no, modified event calendar with 800+ events
931: [14:59:39] <NETim> so, not the module that I lost days to?
932: [15:00:02] <wmk> ?
933: [15:00:08] <wmk> which ones?
934: [15:00:37] <NETim> https://github.com/unclecheese/silverstripe-event-calendar
935: [15:00:40] <NETim> that one i think
936: [15:01:15] <wmk> the good ol unclecheese event calendar, yes
937: [15:01:37] <wmk> updating and merging to the new module will be some work i guess
938: [15:01:50] <wmk> though it has the advantage of refactoring some messy stuff
939: [15:03:00] <NETim> possible.
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941: [15:27:18] <ocmnt> anyone around using NGINX?
942: [15:27:32] <wmk> nope, still in karl mey mode
943: [15:27:48] <wmk> s/mey/may
944: [15:28:13] <ocmnt> ?
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947: [15:31:16] <wmk> ocmnt, using apache...
948: [15:31:19] <wmk> have to run ;)
949: [15:31:27] <ocmnt> ah, normally I do to
950: [15:31:37] <ocmnt> but this client has nginx with plesk
951: [15:31:43] <ocmnt> not a nice combinatino to work with
952: [15:31:51] <wmk> oh. plesk....
953: [15:31:58] <ocmnt> yes :(
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957: [15:53:09] <ocmnt> home time
958: [15:53:11] <ocmnt> bubye
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962: [16:07:27] <Pyoopsk> plesk uses nginx as a forward proxy, doesn't actually do the serving at all.
963: [16:07:34] <Pyoopsk> still apache.
964: [16:08:26] <Pyoopsk> oh fuck NETim - run away. Run a million miles.
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966: [16:10:25] <Pyoopsk> ([16:00] <NETim> https://github.com/unclecheese/silverstripe-event-calendar)
967: [16:10:27] <Pyoopsk> so so shit.
968: [16:10:30] <Pyoopsk> never ever, not even once.
969: [16:10:33] <Pyoopsk> build your own.
970: [16:10:43] <Pyoopsk> May seem like it's taking longer, but trust me it's not.
971: [16:16:48] <scpi> what, the event calendar module?
972: [16:17:03] <Pyoopsk> yes
973: [16:17:10] <Pyoopsk> rubbish
974: [16:17:18] <scpi> aw crap
975: [16:17:37] <Pyoopsk> can sink about a week into it, get into a barely working state#
976: [16:19:04] <scpi> I used the old version and it was ok... this is not good news
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978: [16:19:59] <scpi> What kind of problems did you have?
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981: [16:24:39] <anselmdk> Another plug:
982: [16:24:44] <anselmdk> anyone from Europe here?
983: [16:25:00] <anselmdk> come and join us for http://silverstripe-europe.org !
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986: [16:30:50] <cloph> wouldbe in reach...
987: [16:31:37] <Pyoopsk> scpi: no it wasn't.
988: [16:31:44] <Pyoopsk> the old version is 1000x worse.
989: [16:31:54] <Pyoopsk> anselmdk: yes.
990: [16:32:16] <Pyoopsk> well, and no. Because home time.
991: [16:32:56] <Pyoopsk> scpi: if by 'old version' you mean in 2.4 I sincerely hope you patched the blaringly aweful and blatant SQL injection vector.
992: [16:32:59] <scpi> well, it worked for what I was using it for. I don't mean it was "good"
993: [16:33:13] <Pyoopsk> scpi: well in that case I'm still a little surprised.
994: [16:33:37] <Pyoopsk> but that also means your usecase was probably simple enough to build your own without too much issue.
995: [16:34:08] <scpi> Sadly, I'm a dev team of one. I don't have time to build stuff like that from the ground up, even if the alternative is kind of shitty.
996: [16:34:18] <Pyoopsk> scpi: yes you do.
997: [16:34:34] <Pyoopsk> it's literally no harder than the basic news page from tutorial #2
998: [16:34:41] <scpi> And by dev team, I mean I'm also the designer, photographer, copywriter, etc.
999: [16:34:57] <Pyoopsk> event dataobject, pagetype to list & view them, job done.
1000: [16:35:07] <scpi> Ah, I only ever used the "announcements"
1001: [16:35:17] <Pyoopsk> safer and covers 80% of usecases
1002: [16:35:32] <scpi> I don't want a page for each event, I just want a list of dates.
1003: [16:35:37] <Pyoopsk> still, no matter. If you ?filter=SQLHERE suddenly death.
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1005: [16:35:51] <Pyoopsk> scpi: that's why I said dataobject, not page.
1006: [16:36:08] <Pyoopsk> even easier if you just want a list of dates.
1007: [16:36:46] <scpi> I'm sure you're right. I'm just never going to get time to do it.
1008: [16:39:52] <Pyoopsk> class EventDate extends DataObject{private static $db = ['Date' => 'Date'];} class Events extends Page{private static $has_many = ['Dates'=>'EventDate'];public function getCMSFields(){$f=parent::getCMSFields();$f->addFieldToTab('Root.Main.Dates', GridField::create('Dates', null, $this->Dates(),GridFieldConfig_RelationEditor::create());return $f;}} class Events_Controller extends Page_Controller{}//JOB LITERALLY DONE.
1009: [16:40:19] <Pyoopsk> hmm, well might want a date field on the event date data object. but otherwise done.
1010: [16:40:36] <Pyoopsk> :>
1011: [16:41:03] <Pyoopsk> The point of SS is that it's easy and fast. This just happens to be a great example.
1012: [16:41:12] <Pyoopsk> anyway, past home time.
1013: [16:41:21] <Pyoopsk> ciao
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1019: [17:23:31] <cloph> Zauberfisch, Anselm_: would be great if you could get someone to talk about the state of silverstripe wrt postgresql (inkl. switching from mysql → postgresql)
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1021: [17:36:00] <wmk> re
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1038: [19:32:22] <wmk> hey SphereSilver
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1040: [19:33:24] <SphereSilver> \o
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1043: [19:54:13] <harold> anyone home?
1044: [19:54:55] <wmk> of course
1045: [19:54:55] <harold> can i ask for your feedback... i want to have a carousel on each page
1046: [19:55:24] <harold> i'm going to create a CarouselImage which extends dataobject
1047: [19:55:42] <harold> or maybe just extends image
1048: [19:55:57] <harold> dataobject if i want to add some text though right?>
1049: [19:56:19] <wmk> yes
1050: [19:56:20] <harold> then i want to use the relational manager to allow users to choose which images appear on which pages
1051: [19:56:42] <wmk> you want one image on more pages?
1052: [19:56:53] <harold> so i will extend dataobject for CarouselImage
1053: [19:57:05] <harold> many images on each page
1054: [19:57:13] <harold> and an image can appear on many pages
1055: [19:57:24] <wmk> so we have a m:n relation (many_many)
1056: [19:57:38] <harold> So CarouselImage has_one image right?
1057: [19:57:46] <wmk> yes
1058: [19:58:04] <wmk> Page many_many CarouselImage has_one Image
1059: [19:58:06] <harold> then the relationalmanager will take care of the many_many assignments righT?
1060: [19:58:14] <wmk> yes.
1061: [19:58:27] <wmk> you can define many_many_extrafields e.g. for sort order
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1063: [19:58:44] <harold> ok let me give this a try
1064: [19:58:57] <harold> just want to check my logic was correct before divin gin
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1066: [20:00:09] <wmk> of course.
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1068: [20:01:24] <wmk> btw harold: https://github.com/colymba/GridFieldBulkEditingTools is a good tool for uploading many images at once
1069: [20:01:56] <wmk> creates the Dataobjects and assings the image to it
1070: [20:02:25] <harold> cool thanks I will take a look
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1072: [20:07:44] <SphereSilver> Eh guys? Anyone who can give a talk in Linz, 3rd or 4th oktober?
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1077: [20:43:13] <Kingy> [10-Sep-2014 08:41:34] Warning at framework/view/Requirements.php line 1045: file_get_contents(/www/nzx-agri/cms/javascript/lang/en_NZ.js): failed to open stream: No such file or directory (http://localhost:8888/nzx-agri/admin/pages/edit/show/348?flush=1&flushtoken=a309afe083fd64f6f625268e0950549e)
1078: [20:43:22] <Kingy> anyone seen this error before, it's just started happening randomly
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1083: [21:02:24] <scpi> did anything change recently?
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1086: [21:09:24] <cloph> Kingy: harmless I'd say - apparently you set some config to use en_NZ locale, and there just isn't dedicated translation for that.
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1089: [21:09:54] <Kingy> cloph: Well I'm making changes to the backend and flushing and it's not updating
1090: [21:10:03] <Kingy> and that is what is appearing in the log
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1092: [21:10:08] <travis-ci> [travis-ci] dhensby/silverstripe-framework#29 (master - 26d7feb : Ingo Schommer): The build passed.
1093: [21:10:08] <travis-ci> [travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/dhensby/silverstripe-framework/compare/c0abb08b61a3...26d7febe053c
1094: [21:10:08] <travis-ci> [travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/dhensby/silverstripe-framework/builds/34854196
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1096: [21:11:02] <cloph> Kingy: but it is listed as warning only, it should not block execution of the update.
1097: [21:11:29] <cloph> if using the browser fails, you can also use sake on the commandline to update the site (just make sure you're using the proper user)
1098: [21:11:43] <Kingy> cloph: Makes sense, ideas as to why the flush isn't working then?
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1100: [21:13:20] <cloph> not sure why you would need to use flush when viewing stuff in the editor's view - what is missing/what did you add that makes a flush necessary?
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1104: [21:15:09] <Kingy> cloph: nevermind, looks like it was a sublime issue
1105: [21:15:15] <cloph> you can always add &isDev=1 to have it print more stuff that might hint at the actual problem.
1106: [21:15:23] <Kingy> i just killed it and reopened it and it hadn't saved my files by the looks
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1108: [21:18:57] <Colin[pi]> morning all :D
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1110: [21:19:46] <travis-ci> [travis-ci] dhensby/silverstripe-framework#30 (3.1 - f0ca37f : Simon Welsh): The build passed.
1111: [21:19:46] <travis-ci> [travis-ci] Change view : https://github.com/dhensby/silverstripe-framework/compare/6fed1f679158...f0ca37fdea0f
1112: [21:19:46] <travis-ci> [travis-ci] Build details : http://travis-ci.org/dhensby/silverstripe-framework/builds/34854281
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1115: [21:26:19] <Kingy> morning Colin[pi]
1116: [21:26:33] <Colin[pi]> yo
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1120: [21:37:48] <Stomach_> why are we getting travis feeds from someones repo o_O
1121: [21:38:12] <simon_w> Because they're being stupid
1122: [21:38:16] <simon_w> (The person, not Travis)
1123: [21:41:05] <Colin[pi]> why is this still a thing? http://i.imgur.com/QmfOvo0.png
1124: [21:42:02] <adrexia> oh that's awesome. I can totally spam you guys by continuously breaking builds
1125: [21:42:04] <adrexia> :D
1126: [21:42:35] <adrexia> Colin[pi] are you using IE?
1127: [21:42:37] <adrexia> ;)
1128: [21:42:53] <simon_w> adrexia, IE would actually work. Chrome and FF are the worst at that
1129: [21:42:53] <Colin[pi]> adrexia: firefox, with a user agent switcher... still doesnt show
1130: [21:42:54] <adrexia> but actually - possibly because it's done through websockets of soemthing
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1132: [21:43:08] <adrexia> *or
1133: [21:43:11] <simon_w> (Not passing the video off to the OS when it doesn't understand it)
1134: [21:43:18] <adrexia> ahh right
1135: [21:43:30] <adrexia> lame
1136: [21:43:45] <Colin[pi]> it's more the principle of it... fuck sake apple, I have loads of your products, but I use a PC for work.. deal with it
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1139: [21:44:03] <Colin[pi]> then, to make matters worse, if I try to access that page on my iphone5, it crashes safari
1140: [21:44:07] <Colin[pi]> smooth apple, smooth
1141: [21:44:19] <adrexia> do they expect safari? or just webkit?
1142: [21:44:22] <muskie9> Colin[pi] they crashed the internet today
1143: [21:44:44] <adrexia> (ie does it work with chrome?)
1144: [21:44:48] <Colin[pi]> adrexia: safari on OS X or iOS
1145: [21:44:55] <adrexia> hahah
1146: [21:44:59] <simon_w> If Chrome supports the video codec they're using, it should be fine
1147: [21:45:03] <Colin[pi]> muskie9: indeed, I saw lots of people complaining about the shitty streaming
1148: [21:45:08] <adrexia> no one really uses safari on OSX ;)
1149: [21:45:32] * simon_w does :p
1150: [21:45:48] <adrexia> (I'm sure that's not actually true, but it seems that way at times)
1151: [21:45:48] <muskie9> ya, some voice over during it and the stream kept restarting/looping and then crashing browsers and their site... hope the phones and watches work better than their stream lol
1152: [21:46:18] <simon_w> I actually prefer the WebKit dev tools to the Blink ones
1153: [21:46:29] <simon_w> And Safari's a lot better for your computer than Chrome
1154: [21:46:50] <simon_w> (64 bit, enegry efficient, actually follows design patterns)
1155: [21:46:54] <adrexia> I use chrome
1156: [21:46:54] <simon_w> Anyway, work time!
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1158: [21:47:10] <adrexia> because it's less likelly to be three years old with no updates
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1160: [21:48:06] <adrexia> Colin[pi] Chrome on Linux gets the same 'browser not supported' message
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1162: [21:48:39] <Colin[pi]> ugh.. I don't even know if there's a link to replay it yet.. WONT FUCKING SHOW IT TO ME
1163: [21:48:48] <adrexia> That's pretty lamne apple
1164: [21:48:48] <Colin[pi]> then CRASHES MY FUCKING APPLE PHONE WHEN I ACCESS IT
1165: [21:48:59] <Colin[pi]> booourns, booooourns
1166: [21:48:59] <adrexia> It's ok, I don't want to watch your lame video anyway
1167: [21:49:13] <adrexia> I don't need anymore Apple products
1168: [21:49:19] <adrexia> so keep your sales piutch
1169: [21:49:38] <Colin[pi]> I know apple reeks of elitism, but this sort of thing just pisses people off
1170: [21:49:54] <adrexia> to me it just seems shortsighted
1171: [21:50:21] <adrexia> likle they aren't technically competent enough to do cross browser support
1172: [21:50:25] <Colin[pi]> "oh you don't already have an apple product but you wanted to learn about our exciting new products? GET THE FUCK OUT"
1173: [21:51:09] <adrexia> "I'm sorry, our devs don't know how to support products other than the ones they make themselves"
1174: [21:51:37] <adrexia> applefail
1175: [21:51:58] <Colin[pi]> LOL it crashes my ipad as well
1176: [21:52:01] <Colin[pi]> hahahahaa
1177: [21:52:23] <adrexia> ...or even they ones they make themselves
1178: [21:52:27] <adrexia> awesome
1179: [21:52:28] <Colin[pi]> right, fuck you apple, not gonna watch your shitty video
1180: [21:52:57] <adrexia> someone should live stream the live stream
1181: [21:53:05] <adrexia> to support other users
1182: [21:54:22] <Colin[pi]> think it's finished now, just would like to skim the replay.. but noo
1183: [21:54:27] <Kingy> is there an easy way to sort dataobjects randomy?
1184: [21:54:29] <Kingy> randomly even
1185: [21:54:46] <Kingy> Blah::get()->sort(???)
1186: [21:55:13] <muskie9> Kingy: Blah::get()->sort('RAND()')
1187: [21:55:15] <muskie9> I think
1188: [21:57:11] <Kingy> thanks. Works except RANDOM() for postgres :)
1189: [22:02:28] <Colin[pi]> antmas: what was this about the fake video?
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1191: [22:15:22] <StefanLehmann> drupal
1192: [22:15:28] <StefanLehmann> oops
1193: [22:15:40] <Colin[pi]> wordpress!
1194: [22:15:42] <Colin[pi]> joomla!
1195: [22:15:48] <Colin[pi]> teehee it's fun to swear!
1196: [22:15:49] <Colin[pi]> :D
1197: [22:15:58] <StefanLehmann> :p
1198: [22:16:20] <Stomach_> clients are awesome
1199: [22:16:23] <Stomach_> am I doing it right?
1200: [22:16:46] <Colin[pi]> woah woah, that's just crazy talk
1201: [22:17:26] <harold> guys trying to log in to admin i forgot my password, I put this into congig.yml
1202: [22:17:30] <harold> Security::setDefaultAdmin('username', 'password');
1203: [22:17:39] <harold> still can't login
1204: [22:21:07] <harold> crazy
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1208: [22:27:06] <Colin[pi]> that moment when you finish writing a paragraph in tinymce and accidentally hit the back button on the mouse
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1212: [22:41:50] <Stomach_> harold - you need to put that into _config.php
1213: [22:41:52] <Stomach_> not the yml
1214: [22:43:48] <harold> thanks i figured it out
1215: [22:45:37] <harold> i am using the relation manager it works aside from the fact that my tab which dispalys the related objects I can change status on is empty
1216: [22:45:47] <harold> here is ny code
1217: [22:45:51] <harold> https://gist.github.com/anonymous/a57c86cd4e3fa249ba90
1218: [22:46:11] <harold> I'd like to display a thumb and the 'comment' field
1219: [22:46:18] <harold> am I missing a step
1220: [22:50:20] <harold> wil the cms pick up the fields to display on the related tab by default?
1221: [22:52:25] <Zauberfisch> cloph: spoke with the moo-man just the other day
1222: [22:52:31] <Zauberfisch> he said postgre is done
1223: [22:53:05] <Zauberfisch> not sure how stable, but sounds like its finished
1224: [22:53:12] <Zauberfisch> I have it on my todo list to give it a try
1225: [22:53:17] <Zauberfisch> but haven't had time yet
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1227: [22:55:42] <Bosie> Hello guys... I gots me a memcache issue. I have memcache installed and it's running (php --info | grep memcached). But when doing a /dev/build I'm getting "Uncaught Zend_Cache_Exception: The memcache extension must be loaded for using this backend !"
1228: [22:56:05] <simon_w|work> Bosie, have you install the PHP memcache extension?
1229: [22:56:22] <simon_w|work> (Note: not the memcached one. That's a different extension)
1230: [22:57:15] <Bosie> ahhhhhhhh
1231: [22:57:21] <Bosie> no - memcached
1232: [22:57:38] <harold> i figured it out
1233: [22:58:02] <harold> an extra line was causing it to not show the related data in the gridfield
1234: [22:58:06] <Bosie> ok, will try again - thanks simon_w
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1239: [23:16:30] <pippy> SearchUpdater class deserves the award for the most retarded class ever wrtitten
1240: [23:17:10] <seah0rse> hi silverstripers
1241: [23:17:54] <seah0rse> I was wondering if someone could help me with a problem i am having with a dev instance running the latest SS release (stable) and userforms
1242: [23:18:31] <seah0rse> whenever i submit a form I get stuck at a white screen - the email is sent and the data is saved
1243: [23:19:05] <seah0rse> this is my composer file
1244: [23:19:11] <seah0rse> "php": ">=5.3.2",
1245: [23:19:12] <seah0rse> "silverstripe/cms": "3.1.6",
1246: [23:19:13] <seah0rse> "silverstripe/framework": "3.1.6",
1247: [23:19:15] <seah0rse> "silverstripe-themes/simple": "*",
1248: [23:19:16] <seah0rse> "silverstripe/userforms": "dev-master",
1249: [23:19:18] <seah0rse> "ajshort/silverstripe-addressable": "dev-master",
1250: [23:19:19] <seah0rse> "undefinedoffset/sortablegridfield": "dev-master",
1251: [23:19:21] <seah0rse> "colymba/gridfield-bulk-editing-tools": "dev-master",
1252: [23:19:22] <seah0rse> "silverstripe/googlesitemaps": "dev-master",
1253: [23:19:24] <seah0rse> "silverstripe-labs/googleanalytics": "dev-master",
1254: [23:19:25] <seah0rse> "axyr/silverstripe-metamanager": "dev-master",
1255: [23:19:26] <Colin[pi]> ugh
1256: [23:19:31] <Colin[pi]> lol
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1258: [23:19:51] <ss23> seah0rse: Use a pastebin please :O
1259: [23:19:53] <Colin[pi]> seah0rse: paste it elsewhere :P
1260: [23:20:00] <seah0rse> soz
1261: [23:20:11] <seah0rse> don't usually use irc
1262: [23:20:23] <ss23> No problems, seah0rse ^.^
1263: [23:20:30] <seah0rse> my bad
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1265: [23:20:52] <Colin[pi]> aww
1266: [23:21:46] <ss23> What
1267: [23:21:49] <ss23> we were nice
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1269: [23:21:55] <ss23> :D
1270: [23:22:03] <ss23> seah0rse: I thought we scared you off for a second there!
1271: [23:22:04] <seah0rse> soo nice
1272: [23:22:24] <seah0rse> much nicer if you have any ideas for my dev issue
1273: [23:22:28] <seah0rse> :-)
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1275: [23:23:00] <seah0rse> just updated colloquy
1276: [23:23:18] <ss23> Hard to tell, anything in your logs?
1277: [23:23:36] <seah0rse> nah nothing and nothing with debug parms
1278: [23:23:39] <seah0rse> params
1279: [23:26:38] <simon_w|work> seah0rse, make sure that display_errors is set to On
1280: [23:27:31] <seah0rse> yep i have that
1281: [23:27:54] <seah0rse> in php ini
1282: [23:28:10] <seah0rse> and dev mode for silverstripe
1283: [23:28:13] <adrexia> found some really broken subsite + assets behaviour this morning. The best bit was that our install and the cwp basic recipe both had bugs - but the bugs were not the same bugs - despite being largely the same modules
1284: [23:28:18] <adrexia> yay! subsites!
1285: [23:28:40] <seah0rse> i have a form displaying on every page but I have also tried individual userform pages it does not matter what I do when the form is submitted i get a white page
1286: [23:29:35] <seah0rse> like so - http://pastebin.com/cHUJdrkF
1287: [23:30:43] <seah0rse> and this in my template - $getQuoteForm.Form
1288: [23:31:03] <seah0rse> but it displays fine and validation is fine
1289: [23:31:11] <seah0rse> just when i submit
1290: [23:33:44] <seah0rse> I am using decorators for buttons etc but they are working fine too
1291: [23:39:32] <cloph> Zauberfisch: nice - maybe you can convince him (?) to present it in Linz :-)
1292: [23:44:32] <Zauberfisch> cloph: no :/
1293: [23:44:37] <Zauberfisch> only sam is flying over
1294: [23:45:00] <Zauberfisch> already tried to talk him into stuffing hamish into a large suitcase and bringing him along for an entwine talk
1295: [23:45:10] <Zauberfisch> but seems he hasn't got a large enough one D:
1296: [23:46:16] <cloph> :-D
1297: [23:47:14] <simon_w|work> Also, it's not like Entwine's actually good
1298: [23:47:20] <simon_w|work> So much hype, so many bugs :(
1299: [23:47:40] <simon_w|work> seah0rse, but the form submission stuff works?
1300: [23:48:01] <Zauberfisch> simon_w|work: the idea is cool
1301: [23:48:14] <Zauberfisch> really like the concept
1302: [23:48:18] <Zauberfisch> and basics work well
1303: [23:48:26] <Zauberfisch> just some features I am really missing
1304: [23:48:26] <seah0rse> yep
1305: [23:48:34] <seah0rse> i am going back a version
1306: [23:48:45] <seah0rse> to try that
1307: [23:48:51] <simon_w|work> seah0rse, do you get redirected to a success page?
1308: [23:49:03] <seah0rse> yea i had a 3.x site and it wall worked fine there
1309: [23:49:15] <seah0rse> trying to upgrade to 3.1
1310: [23:50:06] <ss23> Zauberfisch: ... you didn't try get me to come over?
1311: [23:50:07] <ss23> :(
1312: [23:50:09] <seah0rse> hmm well tagged version 2.0.3 worked fine
1313: [23:50:20] <seah0rse> of userforms
1314: [23:52:03] <Zauberfisch> ss23: I forgot about you D:
1315: [23:52:18] <ss23> ;_;
1316: [23:52:19] <ss23> STORY OF MY LIFE
1317: [23:52:20] * ss23 cries
1318: [23:52:27] <Zauberfisch> :D
1319: [23:53:30] <Stomach_> woah, you can make new tabs in finder
1320: [23:53:53] <seah0rse> ahh i have it i think - dev-master works now too
1321: [23:54:20] <seah0rse> i think you have to run the task UserFormsVersionedTask
1322: [23:54:30] <seah0rse> sweet thanks for all your help
1323: [23:55:27] <seah0rse> probably should add that to the docco
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