#silverstripe IRC Log

IRC log for 4 December 2014

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3: [00:16:55] <markcl> Help! My silverstripe local admin cms session times out a lot.
4: [00:17:01] <markcl> Almost every cms page load.
5: [00:17:10] <markcl> Ever since I've composer updated to 3.1.8
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8: [00:27:21] <willr> markcl and you’ve flushed and everything. 3.1.8 did have the new cms reauth feature
9: [00:27:45] <markcl> i did
10: [00:27:53] <markcl> after flush it pops out the error too
11: [00:28:09] <markcl> im using php 5.5
12: [00:28:17] <markcl> does that have anything to do with it?
13: [00:28:49] <antmas> I should get 3.1.8
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16: [00:28:54] <markcl> also it seems to only happen on my localhost
17: [00:29:02] <markcl> it works fine on the webserver it seems
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19: [00:34:28] <antmas> lol gangnam style broke youtube's 32bit view counter
20: [00:34:46] <JeremyRoundill> lolwut
21: [00:34:53] <JeremyRoundill> Holy crap, 2.15b views
22: [00:35:25] <JeremyRoundill> If only youtube had used unsigned integers
23: [00:35:46] <Kingy> funny
24: [00:35:58] <antmas> crazy
25: [00:36:04] <antmas> they fixed it though I think
26: [00:36:11] <Kingy> yep
27: [00:38:16] <antmas> I wonder what money that equates to
28: [00:38:22] <markcl> why they used signed integers anyway
29: [00:38:36] <markcl> whats the extra sign bit for? negative views?
30: [00:39:00] <markcl> could have saved them alot of trouble thinking of that up front
31: [00:39:01] <Kingy> lol VTNZ just emailed me
32: [00:39:07] <Kingy> has your car got the big dick
33: [00:39:10] <markcl> unless they are using some sort of ORM that defaults to signed.
34: [00:39:13] <Kingy> but really it said tick :(
35: [00:39:44] <JeremyRoundill> :P
36: [00:39:46] <antmas> Kingy: lolwut
37: [00:40:37] <spronk2> PSA: don't register your car for 12 months, as registration costs going down nex tyear.
38: [00:41:05] <spronk2> (NZ, that is)
39: [00:41:35] <antmas> spronk2: whats the price diff?
40: [00:41:39] <antmas> I never do 12 months anyway
41: [00:41:40] <spronk2> quite a bit
42: [00:41:44] <antmas> nice
43: [00:42:00] <Kingy> don't tell me what to do!
44: [00:42:11] <spronk2> somewhere aroun $40-140 per year for petrols
45: [00:43:41] <antmas> $40-$140 is a bit margin
46: [00:43:44] <antmas> big*
47: [00:43:46] <spronk2> mm
48: [00:44:01] <antmas> what is at the mo for 12 month petrol?
49: [00:44:02] <spronk2> apparently it depends on safety bands
50: [00:44:08] <spronk2> its like .. $240?
51: [00:44:13] <antmas> yeah I think so
52: [00:44:23] <antmas> 3 months is like $78 ish
53: [00:44:25] <spronk2> basically
54: [00:44:33] <spronk2> the whole thing is a fuckign conspiracy
55: [00:44:38] <antmas> lol
56: [00:44:39] <spronk2> to promote car companies.
57: [00:44:44] <antmas> diesel road charges is worse
58: [00:44:51] <antmas> are*
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61: [00:51:06] <spronk2> ugh
62: [00:51:07] <spronk2> yeah
63: [00:52:15] <antmas> a little diesel Hyundai I20 ain't gon' make any emissions or damage any road
64: [00:55:50] <spronk2> mm
65: [00:55:59] <spronk2> quite a big difference between small passenger deezl cars
66: [00:55:59] <spronk2> and
67: [00:56:02] <spronk2> massive mac trucks
68: [00:57:13] <antmas> mm
69: [00:58:23] <markcl> so… anyway, i tried going back to php 5.3 and i still get the 'Your session has timed out' Silverstripe error every cms page reload.
70: [01:02:20] <Olliepop> Anyone installed SS on a .NET server with MSSQL?
71: [01:02:31] <Olliepop> Checking this out atm; http://addons.silverstripe.org/add-ons/silverstripe/mssql
72: [01:04:24] <antmas> Olliepop: interesting
73: [01:04:37] <antmas> it's something I'd like to do if it were stabl
74: [01:04:40] <antmas> stable*
75: [01:06:12] <Olliepop> antmas I'll let you know how we get on
76: [01:06:44] <antmas> Olliepop: cheers, that would be awesome
77: [01:12:08] <Ryan-Toast> any reason that you would do it in .NET?
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79: [01:16:06] <JeremyRoundill> Ryan-Toast: Because you're into S&M
80: [01:16:46] <Ryan-Toast> JeremyRoundill: masochist
81: [01:18:24] <Olliepop> Ryan-Toast clients environment :/
82: [01:18:28] <markcl> How do I find out if current user is admin?
83: [01:18:39] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: Olliepop yar
84: [01:19:35] <Olliepop> markcl: Permission::check('ADMIN')
85: [01:19:59] <Olliepop> markcl: It checks permission of current user
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87: [01:20:36] <markcl> thanks Olliepop
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90: [01:22:24] <markcl> I wonder if anyone else like Silverstripe better thank Laravel
91: [01:22:32] <markcl> even for things Laravel is supposed to be better at
92: [01:23:33] <veb> haha: https://www.dropbox.com/s/6sl33j2wauyxvq3/Screenshot%202014-12-04%2014.23.21.png?dl=0
93: [01:26:28] <antmas> lol
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96: [01:38:10] <antmas> woah
97: [01:38:14] <antmas> zippy: !
98: [01:38:16] <antmas> o/
99: [01:38:20] <zippy> o/
100: [01:38:25] <zippy> I just had to come in and say
101: [01:38:36] <zippy> I saw this -> https://github.com/composer/composer/commit/ac676f47f7bbc619678a29deae097b6b0710b799
102: [01:38:41] <zippy> and thought of Ryan-Toast
103: [01:38:54] <antmas> :D
104: [01:39:03] <antmas> yeah that commit was pretty epic
105: [01:39:09] <zippy> Ryan-Toast: If you haven't seen that already, becareful... will blow your gif loving mind
106: [01:39:37] <Ryan-Toast> zippy: It always takes a thousdand years to load that page :P
107: [01:39:49] <antmas> it pretty much blew up everyone's browsers yesterday
108: [01:40:01] <Ryan-Toast> zippy: This is more my style: https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-framework/pull/3703
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110: [01:42:25] <zippy> Ryan-Toast: heh
111: [01:42:57] <zippy> wonder why kept with tinymce and didn't look at other options...
112: [01:44:56] <antmas> because TinyMC4 is the tits
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115: [01:46:18] <veb> i ported mercury editor to php/ss
116: [01:46:25] <veb> inline editor etc
117: [01:46:51] <zippy> I thought CKEditor was the tits...
118: [01:46:53] <antmas> is that the rails one?
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120: [01:47:17] <simon_w|air> Personally, I think tits are the tits
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122: [01:50:31] <Kingy> wow paypal you are bad
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125: [01:50:52] <zippy> Kingy: sure are...
126: [01:51:07] <Kingy> did you see the latest bug that some guy found?
127: [01:51:39] <zippy> yea
128: [01:52:22] <zippy> spronk2: that second link looks interesting, seems fairly straight forward
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130: [01:54:30] <antmas> ck and tiny4 both look so similar now
131: [01:54:35] <antmas> the vanilla versions anyway
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133: [01:54:53] <zippy> yea I am looking at both and not sure which way to go. Don't need anything too hard code... basic editor with image insert/upload
134: [01:55:36] <zippy> hardcore rather
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137: [02:03:42] <Kingy> http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/63818734/Phillip-Smith-on-hunger-strike
138: [02:03:49] <Kingy> this guy is serious troll
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145: [02:16:00] <UncleCheese> is it ever necessary to mix ?flush with /dev/build?
146: [02:16:23] <UncleCheese> i.e. does dev/build regenerate the template tache
147: [02:17:07] <JeremyRoundill> Yeah, for admin side stuff.
148: [02:17:13] <UncleCheese> ah, right, right
149: [02:17:16] <JeremyRoundill> Where you sometimes have to ?flush=all
150: [02:17:24] <JeremyRoundill> dev/build doesn't flush the cache afaik
151: [02:17:33] <UncleCheese> ok
152: [02:17:39] <UncleCheese> so if i create a new template and a new php class
153: [02:17:45] <UncleCheese> i need /dev/build?flush
154: [02:19:53] <simon_w|air> Depends if the PHP class needs database classes
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163: [03:03:18] <novaweb> Hey Geeks, how do I export my id_rsa.pub to a text file so I can chuck it in my git?
164: [03:03:41] <novaweb> usually I'd use clip but this package aint available for debian
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167: [03:06:42] <Stomach> its vouh
168: [03:06:47] <Stomach> cat id_rsa.pub
169: [03:07:13] <novaweb> bang
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179: [03:21:56] <Stomach> veb veb veb veb
180: [03:24:06] <veb_veb_VEB> WHAT
181: [03:25:13] <Colin[pi]> graphic designer asking for ftp/admin login details...
182: [03:25:15] <Colin[pi]> SEEMS LEGIT
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188: [03:52:54] <Stomach> are any of you jonom
189: [03:53:24] <Ryan-Toast> Stomach: I can be whomever you want me to be, baby.
190: [03:53:36] <Stomach> damnit Ryan-Toast
191: [03:53:41] <adrexia> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=46ivFpsmEVQ
192: [03:53:48] <Stomach> all my christmas` come early
193: [03:53:55] <novaweb> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NAj26rVWK14
194: [03:54:08] <adrexia> Snowman - if the velocopter doesn't work out.. there are options
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196: [03:56:36] <Ryan-Toast> adrexia: holy shit, that’s awesome.
197: [03:56:41] <adrexia> I know, right
198: [03:56:43] <adrexia> :D
199: [03:57:56] <Ryan-Toast> “another just shakes powdered soup"
200: [03:57:58] <Ryan-Toast> Genius
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202: [03:58:29] <adrexia> I sort of want to replicate that competition
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204: [03:59:19] <adrexia> Robots are so popular now, but whats in it for those of us who don't want to do complicated stuff for fun? :D
205: [03:59:25] <Ryan-Toast> OH MY GOD, THE DILDO TISSUE BOX
206: [03:59:28] <Ryan-Toast> LOL
207: [03:59:29] <adrexia> yep :D
208: [04:00:58] <adrexia> I like it when the winnersattach parts from the robots they defeated
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210: [04:02:25] <Colin[pi]> <Ryan-Toast> OH MY GOD, THE DILDO TISSUE BOX <-- first thing I see coming back onto IRC
211: [04:02:29] <Colin[pi]> gg
212: [04:02:32] <Ryan-Toast> Colin[pi]: lol
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236: [05:59:32] <markcl> How do you make it so the silverstripe composer modules you make install on the main project directory instead of the vendor directory?
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242: [06:14:38] <simon_w|work> markcl, type of silverstripe-module
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265: [08:07:48] <Eliseth> Morning
266: [08:13:27] <wmk> hi Eliseth
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284: [09:08:36] <CerV> hi all
285: [09:09:45] <CerV> i get seemingly random xml errors on page calls complaining about missing elements, they go away after reloading the page, i put the site in dev mode but cant seem to find out more about whats wrong
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295: [09:38:22] <g4b0_> hi all
296: [09:40:26] <simon_w> Hello
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305: [10:07:03] <eldora> hello together
306: [10:07:13] <eldora> how r u doing?
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308: [10:10:41] <eldora> i've just a little question because i don't really found a solution how i can fix the following issue... i copied a site form server a to b... exported also the database imported to the new mysqldatabase and now the problem... if i run the site everything is working BUT when i try to reach the login for admin there is an issue "Note found. The requested URL /admin was not found on this server. Apache Server at sitename.com - Port
309: [10:11:00] <eldora> do anyone know how i can fix that issue
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311: [10:15:26] <simon_w> eldora, did you copy across the .htaccess file?
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313: [10:18:18] <eldora> yeah
314: [10:18:46] <simon_w> And do all the new links have index.php at the start of them?
315: [10:19:39] <eldora> @simon_w yup
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317: [10:20:13] <simon_w> eldora, then your new host either doesn't have mod_rewrite enabled or AllowOverride is set to None for your path
318: [10:20:55] <eldora> A-haaaaaaaa there is the light! No i understand :D
319: [10:22:05] <eldora> Thank u completely my fault u thought there is something wrong with the database... cause it's just an a few site i copied not on all... thank you.
320: [10:22:23] <eldora> at*
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330: [11:11:54] <Teddy__> anyone encountered a issue where focus point extension would not show you the focus point the cms (it works and siplays field but the js faild and you have to guess the x and y coordinates rather than clicking and selecting the point of focus
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332: [11:15:03] <NobrainerWeb> Any math dudes in here? I want to create a method that will create rows of images based on the following logic: each row should hold a min of 3 images and a max of 6. If i have 7 images in total, i would like to return 2 rows, one row of 3 images and one row of 4 images. I’m guessing the modulus function needs to come in play. Anyone has a function like this, or have any pointers?
333: [11:24:23] <gavro> NobrainerWeb: That's some strange logic. So If tehre are 6 images in total a row will contain 6 images? But if there are 7, it will not be 6+1 but 4+3 (or 3+4)?
334: [11:24:56] <NobrainerWeb> gavro: if there is 6 images it should be 2 rows of 3 images
335: [11:25:08] <NobrainerWeb> gavro: and yes it’s a bit funny
336: [11:25:33] <gavro> So the remark "min of 3 images and a max of 6" ... ?
337: [11:25:50] * gavro doesn't follow you
338: [11:25:52] <gavro> :)
339: [11:26:33] <NobrainerWeb> gavro: each row should hold a min of 3 images and a max of 6 images.
340: [11:27:34] <gavro> Yes. According to that logic, if there are 6 images, you will get 1 row with 6 images. Not 2 rows with 3 images?
341: [11:27:49] <NobrainerWeb> gavro: 3,4,5 images = 1 row 6,7,8,9,10 images = 2 rows
342: [11:27:50] <gavro> Your rules are contradicting.
343: [11:28:14] <NobrainerWeb> gavro: sry yes, max of 5 images
344: [11:28:17] <gavro> :)
345: [11:30:25] <gavro> Hmm, you mought try something with Multiple?
346: [11:30:56] <gavro> <% if $MultipleOf(5) %></div><div class="row"><% end_if %> ?
347: [11:32:15] <NobrainerWeb> Will look into that and Modulus
348: [11:32:20] <gavro> But you wont be getting an "averaged" row.
349: [11:32:37] <NobrainerWeb> No that is the trick here
350: [11:32:39] <gavro> For your example you'll get 5+2
351: [11:33:13] <gavro> You'd have tou create your onw logic, you need to use to total of items as well
352: [11:33:36] <gavro> plz ignore my typo's, sorry :)
353: [11:35:11] <NobrainerWeb> gavro: The logic part is what i’m looking for - i know what i need to do, i just need to find the best/right way to do it
354: [11:37:06] <gavro> Well, you making it rather complex I think :) --> What happens with the following example: 13 images? Do you want 6+4+3? Or 5+4+4?
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357: [11:39:26] <NobrainerWeb> gavro: 4 + 4 + 5 yes
358: [11:41:15] <gavro> So you want to end with the "extra"?
359: [11:42:42] <gavro> perhaps use the follwing: $rows = ceil($total/5); $itemsPerRow = floor($total/$row);
360: [11:42:59] <gavro> and then check when you are in the last row and use them rest
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362: [11:48:31] <cupcake> does anybody know how to restrict access on a csv import in modeladmin?
363: [11:50:40] <NobrainerWeb> gavro: will do some testing now, thx for your help
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370: [12:41:31] <gavro> Can anybody explain where I can find the logic for the 'injection' of custom styles in the TinyMCE "style" dropdown (based on classes in editor.css)?
371: [12:41:40] <gavro> can't find it :'(
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373: [13:00:48] <wmk> gavro, see https://github.com/jonom/silverstripe-tinytidy for a good explanation / demo config
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376: [13:17:09] <cupcake> does anybody know how to restrict access on a csv import in modeladmin?
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381: [13:37:33] <Biggie> Hi, is there a way to make a greater than comparison in a silverstripe template
382: [13:39:23] <NobrainerWeb> Biggie: yes <% if $MyValue > 5 %>
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385: [13:47:38] <g4b0_> is it possible to define an Enum like this:
386: [13:47:40] <g4b0_> 'Stato' => "Enum(array(0 => 'Attivo', 1 => 'Obsoleto', 2 => 'In esaurimento', 3 => 'In revisione' ))",
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388: [14:37:48] <gavro> g4b0_: Don't think so: http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/enum.html
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391: [14:51:36] <g4b0_> thanks gavro
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398: [15:03:24] <Otterpocket> Hi, feel like I have asked this 10 times before but I am trying to run my /dev/tests but I am getting "Please install PHPUnit using pear"
399: [15:03:51] <Otterpocket> Its on a shared server and the admin has installed phpunit and it works, what can I try in order to resolve this?
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403: [15:15:56] <jcwacky> Sorry, think I’ve found the right docs page now.
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414: [15:25:39] <Pybrdk> NobrainerWeb: you'll have to evaluate the modulus of the list length for each of the three options
415: [15:25:48] <Pybrdk> and order them on the result
416: [15:25:55] <Pybrdk> the preferable one being 0, of course
417: [15:26:12] <Pybrdk> to get 3 even rows/columns/sublists
418: [15:26:55] <Pybrdk> ie, %3, %4, %5, maybe %6 too.
419: [15:27:10] <Pybrdk> order the results
420: [15:27:15] <Pybrdk> asc
421: [15:27:27] <Pybrdk> then use the first one, at a guess.
422: [15:27:58] <Pybrdk> you could then use something like kinglozzer's or my module for splitting a list.
423: [15:28:09] <NobrainerWeb> Pybrdk: link?
424: [15:28:21] <Pybrdk> https://github.com/NightJar?tab=repositories
425: [15:28:29] <NobrainerWeb> Pybrdk: thank you i will add that to my research - for now i just go a long with some template if’s, as it is easier and i can handle responsive classes directly in the template
426: [15:28:50] <Pybrdk> splitmenu for 3.1 applies a decorator to ArrayList for splitting it out.
427: [15:29:06] <Pybrdk> so you can split any (array)list, not just the menu.
428: [15:29:19] <NobrainerWeb> Pybrdk: i think it’s one of those cases where the “perfect” solution is to much work and actually will complicate things
429: [15:29:51] <Pybrdk> NobrainerWeb: I don't think it'll be too bad.
430: [15:30:12] <Pybrdk> $n = Things.get().count()
431: [15:31:14] <Pybrdk> foreach([3,4,5,6] as $m) $r["$m"] = $n%$m;
432: [15:31:52] <Pybrdk> $numberToSplitBy = array_shift(array_sort($r));
433: [15:33:12] <Pybrdk> then use one of the modules to split Things:get()
434: [15:33:53] <NobrainerWeb> Pybrdk: Thank you for that :-)
435: [15:33:54] <Pybrdk> NobrainerWeb: the other module is https://github.com/kinglozzer/silverstripe-columnedlist
436: [15:34:38] <Pybrdk> NobrainerWeb: you might need to fiddle with some logic around which number you use when the first remainder isn't 0 (ie, not sure which will look better in what situations)
437: [15:35:00] <Pybrdk> but hopefully you get the basic idea :)
438: [15:35:10] <NobrainerWeb> Pybrdk: I do, thx :-)
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440: [15:43:45] <Pybrdk> NobrainerWeb: oh, sorry, a bit of a miscalculation
441: [15:45:13] <Pybrdk> $numberToSplitBy = (int)key(reset(sort($r)));
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472: [18:14:50] <DimiStripe> Hi guys! , Anyone knows if theres a MultiValueField variation which would allow using it as double field - "Dropdown" +"Integer" (pair of values) ?
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480: [18:49:25] <antmas> merning all
481: [18:50:15] <PapaBearNZ1> Talofa lava
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483: [18:52:58] <wmk> anyone using mod_pagespeed ?
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486: [19:01:00] <Kingy> morning
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488: [19:06:09] <Stomach> good morning
489: [19:06:11] <Stomach> wmk - yeah we do
490: [19:06:18] <wmk> hi Stomach
491: [19:06:24] <Stomach> how do
492: [19:06:28] <wmk> what kind of filters do you use?
493: [19:06:41] <wmk> i'm fine, thanks. had a great day with good ideas
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495: [19:11:40] <antmas> I'm trying to use this https://github.com/NightJar/ssrigging-splitmenu with this https://github.com/Rhym/ss_boilerplate/blob/master/boilerplate/templates/Includes/Navigation.ss
496: [19:12:01] <antmas> but I'm having trouble separating the menu from the latter into 2 loops
497: [19:12:34] <DimiStripe> Guys, I'm getting Class 'GridFieldManyRelationHandler' not found , when trying to use GridFieldManyRelationHandler. The whole module is in root , NetBeans sees definitions, but when running code getting 'not found' . Any ideas ?
498: [19:13:13] <antmas> I'm assuming I would need to add an extra loop aka (loop menu.first > logo include > loop menu.last)?
499: [19:13:19] <antmas> Or am I reading that wrong?
500: [19:13:56] <wmk> antmas, see https://github.com/NightJar/ssrigging-splitmenu#about
501: [19:14:53] <wmk> just double the loop (move to a include template to avoid redundancy)
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503: [19:17:56] <antmas> wmk cheers I have that but in regards to https://github.com/Rhym/ss_boilerplate/blob/master/boilerplate/templates/Includes/Navigation.ss I'm not sure what to set in the closing loop
504: [19:18:15] <DimiStripe> Ok, just for log - if someone finds the trouble of Class 'GridFieldManyRelationHandler' not found - Solution - create empty _config.php , as default module has no config file, as 3.1.8 doesnt work without it
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506: [19:18:40] <antmas> wmk: I guess I'm asking how do I split that loop into 2
507: [19:18:44] <antmas> ?
508: [19:19:01] <wmk> just double it
509: [19:19:12] <wmk> copy paste ;)
510: [19:19:22] <antmas> wmk: literally double the whole $menu loop?
511: [19:19:29] <wmk> yup
512: [19:19:34] <antmas> :D
513: [19:19:37] <antmas> sounds dirty
514: [19:19:43] <catcher> antmas, include then
515: [19:19:44] <wmk> and use $SplitMenu instead of $Menu
516: [19:19:52] <antmas> wmk: yup
517: [19:20:09] <antmas> I'll give that a shot, and include it instead
518: [19:20:11] <wmk> antmas, if you have phpstorm running there is an option to move some template code to a seperate file
519: [19:20:13] <antmas> cheers all
520: [19:20:24] <wmk> -> refactor .... move to include file
521: [19:20:25] <antmas> wmk: oh snap, didn't know that :D
522: [19:20:45] <wmk> the refactor section is very powerful
523: [19:21:06] <wmk> and with ctrl-w you can selct whole blocs
524: [19:21:07] <antmas> yeah I'm new to phpstorm (just been using sublime mostly)
525: [19:21:13] <antmas> so many neat bits and bobs
526: [19:21:24] <wmk> just type it more often, it will include the whole parent element, too
527: [19:21:37] <antmas> epic
528: [19:21:44] <antmas> wmk: catcher thanks guys :D
529: [19:21:47] <wmk> so easy way to mark a loop:
530: [19:22:00] <wmk> place cursor inside and hit ctrl-w as often as needed
531: [19:22:16] <Kingy> antmas: http://www.maxfps.se/onepiece/ninjas-in-pyjamas-2/2014-jumpsuit-onepiece
532: [19:22:18] <wmk> antmas, you're welcome
533: [19:22:25] <Kingy> NiNiPP
534: [19:22:35] <antmas> Kingy: haha I watched a video with those guys at their gaming house
535: [19:22:41] <antmas> and saw the onesies
536: [19:22:43] <Kingy> haha yeah Get_Right
537: [19:22:57] <wmk> ???
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543: [19:47:42] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: moin moin
544: [19:47:48] <Ryan-Toast> antmas: morning
545: [19:48:14] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: did you like Legend of Korra? I thought it was pretty good, but people are nuts for it
546: [19:48:20] <antmas> is*
547: [19:48:49] <Ryan-Toast> antmas: First and second season was good, this current one has a good tone; but the focus on the kids takes away from the quality imo.
548: [19:49:36] <Kingy> so after all that I forgot to put my letter of resignation in :P
549: [19:49:37] <Ryan-Toast> They cover some interesting topics from PTSD to maturing as an individual, and I’d recommend it to people.
550: [19:53:24] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: yeah agreed
551: [19:53:36] <antmas> Kingy: lol
552: [19:53:51] <Kingy> oh god.. /r/australia has made a petition to ban the bible from target because of violence against women
553: [19:54:01] <antmas> hahahahaha
554: [19:54:10] <Kingy> https://www.change.org/p/target-withdraw-the-holy-bible-this-sickening-book-encourages-readers-to-commit-sexual-violence-and-kill-women
555: [19:54:39] <antmas> if they're being dicks about GTA, then yeah by all means pull that book down too
556: [19:55:44] <antmas> right
557: [19:55:56] <antmas> time to go prep to be a bake-off judge
558: [19:55:58] <antmas> :D
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562: [20:20:05] <JeremyRoundill> CCleaner is over 10 years old. :O
563: [20:21:53] <Ryan-Toast> FRIDAY YOU FILTHY ANIMALS!
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570: [20:27:18] <JeremyRoundill> Ryan-Toast: http://www.jucoolimages.com/images/friday/friday_40.gif
571: [20:27:51] <wilsonstaff> Hi to all, i have a situation where i dont know where to start from.. Here it is. I have a number pages, nested into folders into the site tree. Each of these pages is a listing for a convert venue. I need to find a way to have a page that will sort of those events (<% loop Menu(1) %> but also that could recordable by date, genre, location, etc. Any point where i could start from? Thanks!
572: [20:28:07] <antmas> JeremyRoundill: I don't think I've used that in years
573: [20:28:17] <antmas> I always never quite trusted ccleaner
574: [20:28:24] <wilsonstaff> Reôrdable not recordable...
575: [20:28:26] <antmas> 'always never'
576: [20:28:52] <JeremyRoundill> wilsonstaff: So you want to get all of your event pages in one page?
577: [20:29:53] <JeremyRoundill> wilsonstaff: Oh, I think I understand
578: [20:29:59] <JeremyRoundill> Check this out: https://github.com/UndefinedOffset/SortableGridField
579: [20:30:03] <JeremyRoundill> It's a lifesaver!
580: [20:30:13] <JeremyRoundill> Or at least an RSI saver.
581: [20:30:14] <antmas> JeremyRoundill: +1
582: [20:31:24] <Ryan-Toast> wilsonstaff: I guess you could make a model admin for that page type, and add the SortableComponent to the gridfield.
583: [20:31:29] <wilsonstaff> <JeremyRoundill>It has to be re=ordable by the end user (the one that faces the screen...) :-)
584: [20:31:53] <JeremyRoundill> wilsonstaff: You can display gridfields to the end user :)
585: [20:34:25] <wilsonstaff> <JeremyRoundill>I was thinking about a PHP code. Each of these concerts has the same variables => $NomArtiste $DateArtiste $SalleArtiste $PrixArtiste. They could be used to reorder?
586: [20:35:32] <JeremyRoundill> Wait, so is this purely frontend ordering?
587: [20:36:15] <wilsonstaff> <JeremyRoundill>yes. Sort of a table when're user clicks on a column to sort it out.
588: [20:36:24] <JeremyRoundill> You want a table of events which you can sort by name, sort by date, etc.
589: [20:36:35] <JeremyRoundill> And all of them displayed on the same page, no pagination?
590: [20:38:21] <wilsonstaff> <JeremyRoundill>Same page. I can also hard-code those converts if easier. I mean then forget about variables ($). Ill built a plain HTML Table.
591: [20:38:37] <JeremyRoundill> Oh, no.
592: [20:38:43] <JeremyRoundill> You can do it with javascript.
593: [20:38:50] <JeremyRoundill> There are some table plugins which do it.
594: [20:38:56] <JeremyRoundill> That doesn't require page re-loads.
595: [20:39:39] <JeremyRoundill> If you don't mind reloading the page, just use a GET variable to order the objects.
596: [20:40:38] <antmas> so tired today
597: [20:40:41] <antmas> :|
598: [20:40:48] <wilsonstaff> <JeremyRoundill>Or Jquery TableSorter?
599: [20:40:52] <JeremyRoundill> It's a friday so it doesn't count.
600: [20:41:08] <JeremyRoundill> wilsonstaff: That will work if you want to do it with javascript.
601: [20:41:10] <JeremyRoundill> It's up to you.
602: [20:41:12] <wilsonstaff> <JeremyRoundill>Here its still Thurdays....
603: [20:41:16] <JeremyRoundill> :D
604: [20:41:29] <wilsonstaff> <JeremyRoundill>And its snowing....
605: [20:41:31] <JeremyRoundill> If you do it with javascript, extending it to include pagination is difficult.
606: [20:41:49] <antmas> it's snowing?
607: [20:41:52] <wilsonstaff> à<JeremyRoundill>What do you mean by PAGINATION?
608: [20:41:56] <JeremyRoundill> And if you do it with javascript, your users can't send links of sorted tables.
609: [20:42:02] <JeremyRoundill> Haha, it's summer here
610: [20:42:11] <wilsonstaff> <antwas>In Canada, its ALWAYS snowing....
611: [20:42:15] <JeremyRoundill> :D
612: [20:42:36] <JeremyRoundill> wilsonstaff: Pagination is where you split your results up into seperate pages.
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615: [20:42:48] <wilsonstaff> <JeremyRoundill>I dont need that.
616: [20:42:51] <JeremyRoundill> wilsonstaff: For instance: 27 results retrieved, displaying 10.
617: [20:42:58] <JeremyRoundill> Okay.
618: [20:43:17] <wilsonstaff> <JeremyRoundill>So what would you use as the simplest approach?
619: [20:43:20] <antmas> oh Cananda
620: [20:43:25] <JeremyRoundill> Well, the two options are javascript or passing a URL variable.
621: [20:43:25] <antmas> Canada*
622: [20:43:38] <wilsonstaff> <antmas>... our home and native land....
623: [20:43:43] <JeremyRoundill> :D
624: [20:43:51] <JeremyRoundill> I'd use either of the two.
625: [20:44:06] <JeremyRoundill> Depends how I'm feeling, how the rest of the project looks and the astral alignment.
626: [20:44:12] <JeremyRoundill> Mainly the astral bit.
627: [20:44:24] <wilsonstaff> <JeremyRoundill>OK ill give a try a JQuery TableSorter.
628: [20:44:34] <wilsonstaff> <JeremyRoundill>Thanks to all
629: [20:44:41] <JeremyRoundill> No problemo.
630: [20:45:06] <JeremyRoundill> Hey wilsonstaff, which part of Canada are you from?
631: [20:45:12] <JeremyRoundill> Is it Quebec?
632: [20:45:18] <MichalKleiner> wilsonstaff: how do you put the <> around JeremyRoundill, do you copy it manually?
633: [20:45:33] <MichalKleiner> you can just start typing the nick and press the TAB key to have it completed
634: [20:45:51] <JeremyRoundill> Oh my god.
635: [20:45:58] <JeremyRoundill> I feel like an idiot MichalKleiner.
636: [20:46:04] <JeremyRoundill> How did I not realise that?
637: [20:46:04] <JeremyRoundill> :P
638: [20:46:10] <JeremyRoundill> IRC noob!
639: [20:46:31] <MichalKleiner> :-D
640: [20:46:48] <antmas> yeah that took me a while to do that
641: [20:47:06] <antmas> then you get pinged :D
642: [20:47:10] <Ryan-Toast> … I did not just learn that...
643: [20:47:10] <antmas> JeremyRoundill: ping!
644: [20:47:28] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: lol the tab thing?
645: [20:47:34] <Ryan-Toast> antmas: yeah, dawg
646: [20:47:41] <antmas> XD
647: [20:47:57] <Ryan-Toast> I knew you could tab to get the last person who tagged you, but I didn’t know about the autocomplete
648: [20:48:04] <MichalKleiner> I reckon few of us remember times when IRC was the social network :-D
649: [20:48:13] <Ryan-Toast> I wasn’t born then.
650: [20:48:21] <antmas> I do, but I didn't use it
651: [20:48:27] <antmas> but that was in it's dying stages
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653: [20:49:18] * adrexia quit (Read error: Connection reset by peer)
654: [20:49:33] * MichalKleiner is happy that's Friday again! \o/
655: [20:49:36] <antmas> http://gizmodo.com/sony-kept-thousands-of-passwords-in-a-document-marked-1666772286
656: [20:49:42] <antmas> facepalm
657: [20:49:44] <JeremyRoundill> I used to IRC it up a while back.
658: [20:49:52] <JeremyRoundill> I don't remember it too well. :O
659: [20:50:11] <JeremyRoundill> I used to chat to people on this game:
660: [20:50:12] <JeremyRoundill> http://questrpg.org/
661: [20:50:29] <JeremyRoundill> It was pretty much just an IRC chat room where you could walk around and kill mobs.
662: [20:51:45] <antmas> I was all about the MSN
663: [20:51:56] <antmas> then AIM
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665: [20:53:15] <antmas> lol also Sony are going around replacing everyone's windows phones with new ones as they don't trust their Android ones
666: [20:53:31] <antmas> wait, replacing their android ones with windows
667: [20:53:34] <antmas> *
668: [20:53:50] <JeremyRoundill> I had Trillian.
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670: [20:54:06] <JeremyRoundill> MSN and AIM!
671: [20:54:09] <JeremyRoundill> And all the other things
672: [20:54:36] <antmas> then facebook came out and my first uploaded pic was a picture of a bud
673: [20:54:39] <antmas> SMART
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676: [20:59:16] <JeremyRoundill> Bahaha
677: [20:59:22] <JeremyRoundill> I remember thinking Facebook was so stupid.
678: [20:59:32] <JeremyRoundill> But my friend kept on going on about MafiaWars.
679: [20:59:41] <JeremyRoundill> So I signed up solely for MafiaWars.
680: [20:59:47] <antmas> lol
681: [20:59:51] <JeremyRoundill> And didn't do anything but that on it.
682: [21:00:07] <JeremyRoundill> And eventually I moved on to the whole friends part of Facebook.
683: [21:00:18] <JeremyRoundill> Then I moved on to the whole losing friends because of Facebook.
684: [21:00:30] <JeremyRoundill> Now I just post angry posts and sarcastic comments.
685: [21:00:43] <Kingy> MSN was the shit
686: [21:00:45] <Kingy> msn chat especially
687: [21:01:59] <antmas> man that csgo stats site is so off
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689: [21:02:45] <antmas> says I have no bomb sets in competitve
690: [21:02:53] <antmas> :|
691: [21:03:25] <Kingy> how many comp games have you played now?
692: [21:03:34] <Kingy> so frustrating last night
693: [21:03:37] <Kingy> ct on d2
694: [21:03:41] <Kingy> we were up 13-9
695: [21:03:50] <antmas> played like 15 or so
696: [21:03:51] <Kingy> dumb cunts kept just rushing short and dying
697: [21:03:52] <Kingy> 15-15
698: [21:04:03] * oddnoc quit (Quit: beer:30)
699: [21:04:03] <antmas> but only like 4 logged wins
700: [21:04:53] <antmas> need to work on my M4A1 spray patterning
701: [21:05:27] <Kingy> and you need to work on playing with us :D
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703: [21:05:53] <antmas> :D
704: [21:05:58] <antmas> I need a good mic first
705: [21:06:03] <novaweb> Version Control must watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dYBjVTMUQY0
706: [21:06:06] <novaweb> SFW
707: [21:06:15] <Kingy> eh i barely play with mic coz i'm stuck the lounge now
708: [21:06:42] <antmas> I'll play without mics
709: [21:06:50] <antmas> but need to plan a lobby to get into matches
710: [21:06:56] <novaweb> I play with micks
711: [21:06:59] <novaweb> opps.
712: [21:07:12] <Kingy> JeremyRoundill is too good for us now
713: [21:07:19] <antmas> lol prolly
714: [21:07:21] <antmas> dat rank
715: [21:07:25] <Kingy> he literally is
716: [21:07:32] <Kingy> I can't play with him anymore because we're too far apart
717: [21:08:18] <antmas> yup
718: [21:08:29] <Kingy> won't be long before Blacklite is the same :(
719: [21:08:36] <antmas> :P
720: [21:08:42] <antmas> I don't mind
721: [21:08:47] <Kingy> im being left behind lol
722: [21:08:53] <antmas> I'm still unranked and cleanup people 2 ranks above me
723: [21:09:02] <Kingy> the thing is, MM with randoms makes it impossible to rank up quickly
724: [21:09:48] <antmas> and I can't stand
725: [21:09:55] <antmas> when people say 'orp'
726: [21:09:58] <antmas> for the AWP
727: [21:10:14] <Kingy> tis what i say lol
728: [21:10:23] <antmas> :|
729: [21:10:23] <Kingy> A W P takes way too long
730: [21:10:43] <antmas> some kid was saying A WAP a lot last night
731: [21:10:53] <Kingy> lololol
732: [21:10:57] <antmas> 'can you buy me a A WAP vodun?' 'pls'
733: [21:11:40] <antmas> 'no, but you can have my deagle!'
734: [21:12:08] <Kingy> JuanDeag
735: [21:13:53] * novaweb has left #silverstripe
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737: [21:15:39] <antmas> I want to make a folder dedicated to tuskan raider gifs
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739: [21:17:29] <Kingy> so
740: [21:17:34] <Kingy> taking an xbox as carry on
741: [21:17:36] <Kingy> good idea?
742: [21:17:45] <antmas> http://i.imgur.com/pD40HFS.gif
743: [21:19:32] <antmas> ORK ORK ORK
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746: [21:25:59] <JeremyRoundill> Kingy: I haven't played in 2 days now!
747: [21:26:09] <JeremyRoundill> I only got like 10-15 minutes of DM in last night
748: [21:26:48] <antmas> I feel like 10-15mins of DM is enough given the number of people with 'bruh' sound generators seemingly running 24/7
749: [21:26:50] <Kingy> well this is basically my last weekend i can play
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751: [21:32:53] * cloph_away is now known as cloph
752: [21:33:04] <JeremyRoundill> I have packing and stuff to do this weekend :O
753: [21:33:12] <JeremyRoundill> My smurf's MG1 again too.
754: [21:33:29] <JeremyRoundill> And the new MM rules mean we get matched with MG1s.
755: [21:34:29] <Kingy> my smurf is unused lol
756: [21:36:50] <JeremyRoundill> I have a new smurf, but I can't use it for another 12 days or so
757: [21:37:58] <Kingy> lol
758: [21:38:13] * Shrike_Finland quit (Quit: Leaving.)
759: [21:38:17] <Kingy> how does that work JeremyRoundill
760: [21:38:35] <JeremyRoundill> Because SteamGuard prevents new accounts from trading for 15 days
761: [21:38:47] <antmas> I dunno
762: [21:38:53] <antmas> I think smurfing can ruin CS
763: [21:38:54] <JeremyRoundill> And I can't trade my CS:GO copy from my main
764: [21:39:04] <Kingy> oh
765: [21:39:12] <Kingy> antmas: it does
766: [21:39:18] <JeremyRoundill> Yeah, for sure.
767: [21:39:19] <Kingy> but until they fix MM then it'll continue to happen
768: [21:39:31] <Kingy> or until they add non-competitive MM
769: [21:39:37] <Kingy> instead of the bs 10v10
770: [21:40:44] <antmas> that feeling when the other team opts to surrender though
771: [21:40:47] <antmas> is pretty magical
772: [21:40:59] <JeremyRoundill> That needs to be fixed too.
773: [21:41:00] <irogue_> ahh, the feeling of absolute uncertainty
774: [21:41:11] <Kingy> irogue_: I know those feels
775: [21:41:17] <JeremyRoundill> It stops the game from being fun if you're losing and you're forced to keep playing a losing game.
776: [21:41:28] <antmas> yeah that's true
777: [21:41:29] <Kingy> i'm leaving to the unknown in 2 weeks :|
778: [21:44:24] <Kingy> JeremyRoundill: it sucks, but it's also shit when you're 0-4 down on nuke at Ts and everyone complains and surrenders
779: [21:44:54] <irogue_> Kingy: we were meant to have a deployment tonight (well, tomorrow morning)
780: [21:45:02] <irogue_> 1am-9am
781: [21:45:18] <Kingy> well that's shitty timing
782: [21:45:20] <JeremyRoundill> Yeah.
783: [21:45:20] <irogue_> we've got a chart on the wall where every 2 hours we write up whether at that point in time it's going ahead or not
784: [21:45:34] <JeremyRoundill> If you were 0-4 down on CT the surrender would be worth it :D
785: [21:45:41] <Kingy> haha yes
786: [21:47:30] <Kingy> irogue_: that sounds crazy
787: [21:47:49] <Kingy> JeremyRoundill: http://i.imgur.com/8e6XLns.jpg
788: [21:47:54] <Kingy> that is the problem with the current MM
789: [21:48:05] <JeremyRoundill> Hahaha
790: [21:48:08] <JeremyRoundill> Yeah.
791: [21:48:17] <JeremyRoundill> It matches your highest ranks.
792: [21:48:28] <JeremyRoundill> Those 5 on the T side would have been in a party.
793: [21:48:35] <Kingy> yeah
794: [21:48:36] <Kingy> but jesus
795: [21:48:51] <JeremyRoundill> Should just make a CGO team. :P
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797: [21:49:11] <antmas> how many do we have?
798: [21:49:25] <antmas> Blacklite: JeremyRoundill Kingy me, colin?
799: [21:49:32] <Kingy> yep
800: [21:49:36] <Kingy> Snowman23:
801: [21:49:42] <antmas> novaweb:
802: [21:49:42] <JeremyRoundill> The SilverStripe CGO team. :P
803: [21:49:44] <Kingy> he played with us once lolol
804: [21:49:47] <JeremyRoundill> It'd be hilarious. :)
805: [21:49:56] <Kingy> it was... interesting
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807: [21:50:23] <travis-ci> chillu/silverstripe-framework#160 (pulls/semver-docs - 7e61bb8 : Ingo Schommer): The build failed.
808: [21:50:23] <travis-ci> Change view : https://github.com/chillu/silverstripe-framework/compare/8d2727eab614^...7e61bb806ea1
809: [21:50:23] <travis-ci> Build details : http://travis-ci.org/chillu/silverstripe-framework/builds/43031143
810: [21:50:23] * travis-ci has left #silverstripe
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812: [22:02:46] <MichalKleiner> it's broken
813: [22:03:38] <JeremyRoundill> *The build failed.*
814: [22:03:57] <JeremyRoundill> travis-ci is such a downer.
815: [22:05:10] * UncleCheese has joined #silverstripe
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817: [22:05:33] <UncleCheese> so if i have a News section and I want to make sure that NewsPage always gets added under that section, and never anything else
818: [22:06:01] <UncleCheese> I need to use a combination of $allowed_children, $can_be_root, and $default_parent
819: [22:06:03] <UncleCheese> is that still true?
820: [22:07:34] <Kingy> pmuch
821: [22:07:47] <UncleCheese> and $default_parent is a urlsement?
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823: [22:11:01] <Guest5630> UncleCheese, can't force it to not be created under another page though
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825: [22:13:00] * markcl has joined #silverstripe
826: [22:16:04] <Snowman23> Kingy: 2GOOD@CS:GO
827: [22:16:12] <Snowman23> I have been playing armsrace/demolition a bit
828: [22:16:14] <Kingy> Snowman23: yes you are!
829: [22:16:21] <Snowman23> Finally one an armsrace last night
830: [22:16:29] <antmas> hmmm what's a good font site?
831: [22:16:29] <Kingy> \o/
832: [22:16:39] <Kingy> antmas: mspaint.. make your own
833: [22:16:45] <antmas> :|
834: [22:16:47] <Kingy> :D
835: [22:16:54] <irogue_> antmas: dafont
836: [22:17:02] <antmas> irogue_: chur
837: [22:17:06] <jedateach> Anyone aware of a SS form field that can do ajax lookup and is for has_one ?
838: [22:21:11] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: pixelapse is awesome
839: [22:21:17] <antmas> been spending a bit of time browsing there
840: [22:21:32] <Ryan-Toast> antmas: MAYBE YOU SHOUL;D HAVE POSTED IT TO THE FACEBOOK GROUP
841: [22:22:23] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: that's your baby not mine
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843: [22:22:33] <UncleCheese> should we be teaching private static vars or config yaml?
844: [22:22:37] <Ryan-Toast> antmas: I wish other people would post shit, that’;s the whole point of it :P
845: [22:22:47] * zippy has joined #silverstripe
846: [22:22:51] <antmas> Ryan-Toast: I have a feeling you and I and maybe one other person view the posts
847: [22:23:02] <simon_w|air> UncleCheese, neither. The Config API is crap
848: [22:23:03] <UncleCheese> i'm just thinking it's going to get confusing for students to make some settings as private static class variables and some in the config
849: [22:23:05] <Ryan-Toast> Chelsea does.
850: [22:23:14] <UncleCheese> simon_w|air ?
851: [22:23:17] <zippy> antmas: you do asp stuff yea?
852: [22:23:17] <Ryan-Toast> UC: private static imo
853: [22:23:31] <UncleCheese> so, let's just say allowed_children for instance
854: [22:23:36] <UncleCheese> private static or config.yml?
855: [22:23:37] <antmas> zippy: yarp
856: [22:23:56] <Ryan-Toast> UncleCheese: Yes.
857: [22:23:59] <zippy> antmas: you do asp moolighting stuff? I have someone who has someone with a borked asp site
858: [22:24:27] <antmas> zippy: yup I do sometimes
859: [22:24:57] <antmas> zippy: although I'm booked until new year
860: [22:24:59] <antmas> :P
861: [22:25:02] <zippy> ah
862: [22:25:15] <jedateach> I say private static, becasue you get the overview of default config from within the class
863: [22:25:43] <jedateach> and yaml config for overriding defaults
864: [22:26:11] <irogue_> +1
865: [22:26:12] <jedateach> students really need to know both, and how they relate
866: [22:26:34] <irogue_> private static for defaults so you can document it
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868: [22:28:09] <simon_w|air> UncleCheese, the Config API is one of the worst things to be added in SS3
869: [22:28:27] <Snowman23> I got an email - "Hey, I just stumbled upon this project and saw that you've worked on it, but I'm not sure what it is. What does it do? Are you still working on it? Thanks! "
870: [22:28:31] <Snowman23> Why did you email me then!
871: [22:29:06] <zippy> Snowman23: Because he was asking some questions...
872: [22:29:47] <Ryan-Toast> Snowman23: He wants your body.
873: [22:34:25] <Kingy> http://map.ipviking.com/
874: [22:34:40] <Snowman23> zippy: Yeah but if he had no context on the project or what it is or what it does or anything like that, why is he asking?
875: [22:34:49] <spronk2> anyoen else here know steve?
876: [22:35:02] <adrexia> Snowman23 he wants to reach out to you?
877: [22:35:08] <adrexia> maybe he's lonely
878: [22:35:22] <simon_w|air> Maybe he likes ladymen
879: [22:35:54] <Snowman23> lol adrexia
880: [22:35:56] <adrexia> I got an email once that was like "I am doing a project and your module looks similar to what I want to build, can you build it in x language"
881: [22:36:05] <adrexia> nope, not doing your homework
882: [22:36:43] * Colin[pi] has joined #silverstripe
883: [22:36:54] <JeremyRoundill> adrexia, correct answer: Yes, that'll be 30 grand.
884: [22:36:57] * Liquide quit ()
885: [22:36:59] <adrexia> lol
886: [22:37:09] <adrexia> it was literally a homework project
887: [22:37:24] <JeremyRoundill> Correct answer: Yes, that'll be 5 grand.
888: [22:37:58] <adrexia> I sort of believe people should at least cheat by asking people they know for answers, rather than someone they haven't met who is half a world away. :P
889: [22:38:05] <JeremyRoundill> Haha
890: [22:38:30] <JeremyRoundill> Hey, if you can successfully cheat your way through school like that, I'm sure you can do it in your professional life too.
891: [22:39:02] <JeremyRoundill> Sure, you're a dick for doing it, but the outcomes are pretty much the same.
892: [22:39:07] <Colin[pi]> moin niom
893: [22:39:23] <JeremyRoundill> anerom
894: [22:39:24] <adrexia> well, its a thing right - its not really cheating at all to get help with specifics - you still have to do the putting things together part yourself.
895: [22:39:44] <Kingy> JeremyRoundill: but asking someone in the real world isn't cheating.. it's practical and encouraged
896: [22:39:50] <adrexia> its more like using google to problem solve.
897: [22:39:51] <JeremyRoundill> Yeah!
898: [22:39:57] <adrexia> 18<20Kingy> JeremyRoundill: but asking someone in the real world isn't cheating.. it's practical and encouraged
899: [22:40:01] <Kingy> lol asking google is just as bad :P
900: [22:40:01] <adrexia> that ^
901: [22:40:33] <adrexia> yep - or just as good
902: [22:40:33] <JeremyRoundill> I didn't really care about cheating when I was at uni.
903: [22:40:40] <JeremyRoundill> Or, for that matter, my grades.
904: [22:40:47] <JeremyRoundill> Because I was there to learn.
905: [22:40:49] <adrexia> findinbg answers is a pretty important part of development
906: [22:40:49] <JeremyRoundill> Screw the rest.
907: [22:40:51] <Kingy> I topped the class :D
908: [22:41:09] <simon_w|air> I busted a couple of people for cheating at uni
909: [22:41:14] <MichalKleiner> we can have monkeys for coding.. we are problem solvers ;-)
910: [22:41:43] <simon_w|air> It's kinda obvious when they get the same question wrong in exactly the same way
911: [22:41:51] <adrexia> heh. I don't like environments that make cheating seem like a good idea
912: [22:42:00] <adrexia> I don't like grading systems, basically ;)
913: [22:42:09] <JeremyRoundill> Yeah.
914: [22:42:49] <JeremyRoundill> I think my grade average was relatively high, but I know I could have got those grades and come out of uni a terrible coder and team member.
915: [22:42:57] <UncleCheese> simon_w i'm on board with you.. i'm just wondering how we should teach it
916: [22:42:57] * adrexia nods
917: [22:43:12] <adrexia> grades don't teach collaboration.
918: [22:43:12] <UncleCheese> like.. why when i change a class variable do i need to flush?
919: [22:43:29] <UncleCheese> it's just a really awkward idiosyncrasy
920: [22:43:41] <simon_w|air> UncleCheese, depends on the case. For $allowed_chidlren, should be a static so it stays with the implementation
921: [22:43:45] <adrexia> they also don't actually teach people real world problem solving
922: [22:43:47] <UncleCheese> ok
923: [22:43:52] <Colin[pi]> adrexia: +1
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925: [22:44:23] <r3v3rb> hi everyone
926: [22:44:42] <simon_w|air> adrexia, I disagree. We always allowed collaboration, they just had to say they did it
927: [22:45:02] <r3v3rb> is it possible in a gridfield to call data from an external mysql database?
928: [22:45:13] <simon_w|air> And the problems were designed to get people to think. Was only a generic answer they had to reach
929: [22:45:16] <adrexia> simon_w|air, doesn't *encourage* isn't the same as allowing it
930: [22:45:33] <simon_w|air> adrexia, nor does working in industry
931: [22:45:35] <adrexia> and enforced collaboration at uni is risky and not well liked
932: [22:45:42] <adrexia> because...grades
933: [22:46:42] <simon_w|air> The couple of times we had to collaborate at uni, it put me off it
934: [22:47:40] <Colin[pi]> simon_w|air: it's because you're such a people person
935: [22:48:00] <simon_w|air> Colin[pi], it's because I knew what to do, so was the only one that did anything
936: [22:48:04] <adrexia> simon_w|air, exactly
937: [22:48:06] <Colin[pi]> and that
938: [22:48:20] <Colin[pi]> that usually happens in group based stuff at uni
939: [22:48:27] <Colin[pi]> one person does everything, all the rest slack off
940: [22:48:31] <adrexia> I found Natcol better for that stuff
941: [22:48:49] <adrexia> we were basically always working together
942: [22:49:05] <simon_w|air> And then you hit Honours, and all the people just after an easy degree are gone and suddenly it's a lot better
943: [22:49:11] <adrexia> so when it came to doing an actual group project, it was easy
944: [22:49:13] <JeremyRoundill> Colin[pi] I enjoyed group based things. Because if it happened to be 1 person doing everything, it was me.
945: [22:49:24] <JeremyRoundill> Colin[pi], I think it's a great way to learn. :P
946: [22:49:32] <adrexia> I agree
947: [22:49:41] <Colin[pi]> JeremyRoundill: so... you don't mind doing all the work while others sit on their arse?
948: [22:49:54] <JeremyRoundill> Colin[pi], Not in the slightest :D
949: [22:49:57] <Colin[pi]> k
950: [22:50:03] <r3v3rb> what’s a degree
951: [22:50:04] <JeremyRoundill> Colin[pi], It's their loss.
952: [22:50:07] <r3v3rb> :P
953: [22:50:27] <adrexia> Colin[pi], that simply wasn't my experience of group work at Natcol.
954: [22:50:29] <JeremyRoundill> r3v3rb, A bit of paper Generation X forces us to pay for.
955: [22:50:37] <r3v3rb> JeremyRoundill: :D
956: [22:50:40] <Colin[pi]> adrexia: I think you were fortunate then
957: [22:50:43] <r3v3rb> lmao, so true
958: [22:50:45] <Ryan-Toast> adrexia: you went to Natcoll?
959: [22:50:51] <JeremyRoundill> r3v3rb, Because they can't be fucked to pay off the debt of their own degrees.
960: [22:50:53] <adrexia> people had different skills, so were put into the roles they wanted
961: [22:51:06] <adrexia> we divideed the work like a real team would
962: [22:51:09] <r3v3rb> JeremyRoundill: and still want to slouch around doing fack all ;)
963: [22:51:14] <adrexia> and... there were no grades
964: [22:51:20] <r3v3rb> simon_w: excepted!
965: [22:51:34] <JeremyRoundill> r3v3rb, I get so pissed off at having to pay for my degree. :P
966: [22:51:36] <adrexia> so if you didn't want to do it, why were you even there?
967: [22:51:45] <adrexia> Ryan-Toast, =yep
968: [22:51:49] <adrexia> and Otago, and Vic ;)
969: [22:51:50] * gelignite quit (Quit: http://bit.ly/nkczDT)
970: [22:52:02] <Ryan-Toast> adrexia: fistbump*
971: [22:52:05] * r3v3rb didn’t do uni - should have but needed a job and money
972: [22:52:08] <adrexia> hahah :)
973: [22:52:18] <simon_w|air> adrexia, heh, we had our worse experience with a Natcoll graduate
974: [22:52:25] <Ryan-Toast> r3v3rb: Know dat feel
975: [22:52:33] <irogue_> my highest qualification is NCEA Level 1
976: [22:52:43] <adrexia> simon_w|air, same as anything I spose
977: [22:52:52] <Kingy> I got Level 2 on my 2nd attempt
978: [22:52:56] <adrexia> there's good and bad - you just have to ask the right questions
979: [22:53:00] <r3v3rb> Ryan-Toast: hard slog to get to where I got, then thought fack this I can do it for myself so left the safety of employment 5 years ago
980: [22:53:30] <Colin[pi]> r3v3rb: you freelancing as well?
981: [22:53:37] <r3v3rb> still eating beans and rice now - sold the kids, and thinking that I may have to pimp the wife!
982: [22:53:39] <Ryan-Toast> r3v3rb: I was delivering a car into town for Wingers, and saw a billboard saying intakes open now, so I went in and quit my job that day.
983: [22:53:55] <r3v3rb> Colin[pi]: have been for 5.5years
984: [22:54:04] <Colin[pi]> r3v3rb: coolio, coming up on 3.5 for me
985: [22:54:19] <r3v3rb> Ryan-Toast: would love too, but children, mortgage and wife stop that idea dead
986: [22:54:32] <r3v3rb> Colin[pi]: it’s liberating no?
987: [22:54:42] <Colin[pi]> r3v3rb: god yes, I love it, but has downsides too
988: [22:54:53] <r3v3rb> working till whenever o'clock
989: [22:55:03] <Colin[pi]> r3v3rb: for one... um, you guys are pretty much who I see each day :(
990: [22:55:04] <Ryan-Toast> r3v3rb: No wife no kids #winning
991: [22:55:07] <r3v3rb> but at least its for your satisfaction Colin[pi]
992: [22:55:24] <Colin[pi]> r3v3rb: yep, I love the freedom
993: [22:55:31] <Colin[pi]> but I need to discipline myself so hard
994: [22:55:33] <r3v3rb> Colin[pi]: me too, apart from a few dog walkers on the beach when dropping eldest to school
995: [22:55:44] <simon_w|air> Colin[pi], what? We're not pretty enough for you?
996: [22:55:47] <r3v3rb> i only meet ‘virtual’ people
997: [22:56:07] * markcl has left #silverstripe
998: [22:56:14] <Colin[pi]> simon_w|air: you could at least wear a shirt that reveals your natural cleavage for e
999: [22:56:15] <Colin[pi]> *me
1000: [22:56:30] * r3v3rb gags
1001: [22:56:38] <r3v3rb> no offense simon_w|air
1002: [22:56:43] <Colin[pi]> lol
1003: [22:57:30] <Colin[pi]> but you know I've always kinda been a loner, introvert
1004: [22:57:35] <Colin[pi]> I *like* being by myself :D
1005: [22:57:51] <r3v3rb> spanking the … :P
1006: [22:57:58] <Colin[pi]> r3v3rb: only sometimes
1007: [22:58:07] <r3v3rb> rotflmao
1008: [22:59:09] <r3v3rb> damn it, numbers on osx is poor - conditonal highlighting is dreadful
1009: [22:59:13] <r3v3rb> back to excel
1010: [22:59:27] <Colin[pi]> there is a decent amount of money in freelancing too if you have a good year, but you need to always have savings for quiet times
1011: [22:59:43] <r3v3rb> Colin[pi]: yep, this year has been exceptional
1012: [22:59:46] <Colin[pi]> same
1013: [22:59:49] <Colin[pi]> best one yet
1014: [22:59:52] <r3v3rb> last year was ‘turd’
1015: [22:59:52] <Colin[pi]> first one was terrible
1016: [22:59:59] <Colin[pi]> last year was "ok"
1017: [23:00:06] <Colin[pi]> this year has been "OMFGGGG"
1018: [23:00:32] <Colin[pi]> but then I need to play the constant juggling game of priorities :(
1019: [23:00:33] <r3v3rb> this year has been - fuck what can I spend this shit on so the tax man doesn’t rape me!
1020: [23:00:39] <Colin[pi]> hehe
1021: [23:00:57] * Colin[pi] has a looming tax bill early next year :(
1022: [23:01:07] * r3v3rb working hard to figure out if he really needs a ‘fourth’ workstation for one pair of hands
1023: [23:02:21] <simon_w|air> r3v3rb, http://www.gofundme.com/91carriage ;)
1024: [23:02:30] <r3v3rb> so, anyway - can I connect to a remote database and use the selected data in a gridfield in modeladmin ?
1025: [23:02:49] <r3v3rb> simon_w|air: should I make sure no one else sees that?
1026: [23:03:47] <r3v3rb> 404 - Campaign not found simon_w|air
1027: [23:03:51] <simon_w|air> r3v3rb, if you can make a SS_List that's backed by a remote database
1028: [23:04:17] <r3v3rb> sweet i thought I could just wanted confirmation before coding this ‘shit’ up for client
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1030: [23:05:27] <r3v3rb> stupid azure vm’s get taken down at random in the load balancer and fook up the master-master replication so now going to run a separate server for mysql and pull the form submissions through to the backend that way
1031: [23:05:56] <simon_w|air> r3v3rb, dammit, they broke my campaign :(
1032: [23:06:12] <MichalKleiner> not sure if mysql allows that but you can also try creating a view from remote db within your local db
1033: [23:06:42] <MichalKleiner> with mssql we use that quite a lot to share data between databases and systems
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1035: [23:09:23] <simon_w|air> r3v3rb, fixed it!
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1039: [23:11:05] <r3v3rb> simon_w|air: will you offer cloud based load balancing?
1040: [23:11:18] <simon_w|air> r3v3rb, not to start with
1041: [23:11:34] <r3v3rb> so just standard single server vms?
1042: [23:11:42] <r3v3rb> vm’s even*
1043: [23:11:47] <simon_w|air> Yeah
1044: [23:12:08] <r3v3rb> aren’t you in compo with SS then?>
1045: [23:12:11] <r3v3rb> :)
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1047: [23:12:18] <simon_w|air> So?
1048: [23:12:28] <simon_w|air> I'm targeting the community, rather than their clients :p
1049: [23:12:36] <r3v3rb> no bad thing - their;s squarely aimed at corp
1050: [23:14:07] <r3v3rb> i’ll bookmark the page so I can read when I’m not trying to figure out this database mess ;)
1051: [23:14:15] <simon_w|air> :)
1052: [23:15:25] <r3v3rb> strangely I came across a comment by you relating directly to my current situation and mysql replication drifting
1053: [23:15:50] * r3v3rb needs to think of a cleverer solution
1054: [23:15:52] <r3v3rb> :)
1055: [23:18:28] <LimRes> Hey Simon I just GoFunded you, thanks for your help, it is much appreciated
1056: [23:18:35] <jamesbrowne> A new SS hosting platform?
1057: [23:18:41] <simon_w|air> LimRes, thanks! :)
1058: [23:19:12] <LimRes> Best of luck, I shared it to my FB which doesn't actually have many developer friends but who knows
1059: [23:20:41] <LimRes> Question: I'm trying to pass Silverstripe Authentication along to another application, presumably through http Basic Auth. Basically trying to allow user to log in as normal in SS, then carry on to a virtual machine running through Guacamole, and I don't want a second login prompt
1060: [23:20:53] <LimRes> Any guidance is much appreciated
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1062: [23:26:09] <simon_w|air> LimRes, usual practice is to generate a unique token, redirect to a URL with that token, check which user it's for, log in with that user, delete token, redirect back
1063: [23:28:14] <LimRes> So there is no way to directly force a BasicAuth login even if they are on the same domain?
1064: [23:28:47] <Snowman23> Can you redirect to http://foo:bar@www.foo or w/e?
1065: [23:32:55] <LimRes> Snowman23, I had not come across that before
1066: [23:33:10] <Snowman23> I dunno how well it'll work
1067: [23:33:18] <LimRes> worth a show tho
1068: [23:33:21] <LimRes> shot
1069: [23:33:51] <LimRes> but am I correct in assuming that BasicAuth class in SS is only for securing SS controllers?
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1072: [23:48:22] <Colin[pi]> anyone up for some CS:GO this evening?
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