#silverstripe IRC Log

IRC log for 17 February 2015

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1: [00:00:55] <antmas> it has a business feel to it in a sense that if they want change, that would normally be available in the sitetree, they come to you which equals profit
2: [00:01:06] <r3v3rb> Stomach: please take all my clients and ‘deal’ with them :)
3: [00:01:14] <antmas> in the same way, however less annoying, than issue fixing profit
4: [00:01:55] <Stomach> r3v3rb - no worries
5: [00:02:06] <Stomach> send me an email :)
6: [00:02:10] <r3v3rb> crap server still going ‘slowwwwwwwww’ on this old 2.4 site
7: [00:02:41] <Colin[pi]> r3v3rb: can you use xdebug or something to profile it?
8: [00:02:41] * r3v3rb calls sysadmin in netherlands r3v3rb doesn’t have time for this sheeet
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10: [00:03:07] <r3v3rb> Colin[pi]: not easily its a production server with no xdebug running
11: [00:03:15] <Colin[pi]> ah
12: [00:04:30] <Stomach> micmania1 - do you have 10 minutes for a bit of debugging?
13: [00:04:39] <r3v3rb> blocking: 0.8ms dns lookup: 8ms connect: 16ms sending 0.078ms waiting: 61191ms ! WTF receiving 1ms
14: [00:04:47] <micmania1> Stomach: what’s the issue?
15: [00:05:00] <Stomach> micmania1 - live/staging mode >_<
16: [00:05:05] <Stomach> with blog posts
17: [00:05:19] <Stomach> just thought it might not be your system though, just testing it on a straight page
18: [00:05:19] <Stomach> brb
19: [00:05:53] <Stomach> nope its just with blog posts
20: [00:05:58] <Stomach> there appears to be two requests happening
21: [00:06:00] <r3v3rb> time to reboot server and see if its a rogue process
22: [00:06:26] <Stomach> one on first save, then its reloading the editor without the record being injected into the gridfieldpage thingamabob
23: [00:07:41] <Hailwood> When a has_one relation comes back (e.g. LinkID how is that saved? like what functions get called)
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25: [00:08:54] <micmania1> Stomach: probably related the an extension extending Hierarchy
26: [00:09:22] <micmania1> You could remove the Hierarchy extension from BlogPost which will probably fix it
27: [00:09:56] <Stomach> micmania1 - cool will see if that works
28: [00:09:57] <Stomach> thanks
29: [00:10:15] <Stomach> where is that done o_O
30: [00:10:18] <micmania1> I don’t think there’s a ncie way to remove extensions :(
31: [00:10:22] <micmania1> nice*
32: [00:10:36] <micmania1> So you’d have to do it in _config.php of your project or module
33: [00:10:48] <Stomach> yeah thats all good
34: [00:10:55] <Stomach> need to start work on fixing merge_high_to_low
35: [00:11:01] <Stomach> 4.0 release here we come
36: [00:11:03] <micmania1> Config::inst()->get(‘BlogPost’, ‘extensions’) then remove Hierarcy then update
37: [00:11:44] <micmania1> Usually it isn’t a problem though because it passes things by reference. What’s being called twice?
38: [00:12:12] <Stomach> a getEditForm instance in a gridfield
39: [00:12:24] <r3v3rb> bbiab
40: [00:13:15] <micmania1> yeah, its probably calling updateCMSFields() on heirarchy and BlogPostExtension or w/e its called
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42: [00:14:49] <BrainStyle> How do I configure URL writing support for nginx/silverstripe?
43: [00:15:09] <Stomach> ah fuck not fixed
44: [00:15:14] <Stomach> stupid staging / live mode
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46: [00:16:58] <micmania1> BrainStyle: http://docs.silverstripe.org/en/getting_started/installation/how_to/configure_nginx - Have you tried this?
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50: [00:28:59] <sittingtight> hey guys, looks like the problem is a 404 being generated on images in _resampled, shouldn't they just get generated if they are missing? do i have to invalidate a cache or something
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52: [00:36:35] <sittingtight> motherf- was an ambiguous error derived from imagemagick being removed from the system at some stage so the thumbs were never generating
53: [00:36:48] <sittingtight> 1.5 hours chasing that
54: [00:36:52] <ss23> #fuckcomputers
55: [00:37:14] <BrainStyle> micmania1 http://paste2.org/_MvydZBpe
56: [00:37:22] <sittingtight> problem was the stack traces were getting lopped off by singleton() ?
57: [00:37:28] <sittingtight> (problem of debugging)
58: [00:37:31] <sittingtight> didn't dig into it enough
59: [00:37:39] <sittingtight> they just terminate at 'callable' or such
60: [00:37:43] <sittingtight> maybe that's just php being a bad lady
61: [00:43:52] <zippy> Stomach: 5 ducks in that innings. 4 golden..
62: [00:43:58] <Stomach> o_O
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64: [00:44:42] <zippy> 10 minute break, then nz will batt for 40 mins and then take lunch, and then resume...
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66: [00:45:26] <mobiusnz> you guys listening to the ACC?
67: [00:45:30] <mobiusnz> absolute gold
68: [00:46:49] <zippy> the ACC?
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70: [00:51:37] <mobiusnz> Alternative Commentary Collective
71: [00:51:56] <mobiusnz> way better than the sky sports commentary
72: [00:52:10] <zippy> will play it when it resumes
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74: [00:55:35] <zippy> heh
75: [00:56:01] <wracu> is anyone able to point me in the right direction?
76: [00:56:09] <wracu> i want to remove some fields from the filter in CMS
77: [00:56:18] <wracu> custom dataobject/modeladmin
78: [01:02:05] <zippy> wracu: you can tap into the getSearchContext and access those fields
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81: [01:02:37] <zippy> public function getSearchContext() { $context = parent::getSearchContext(); $fields = $context->getFields(); $fields->removeByName or whatever
82: [01:02:53] * antmas_ is now known as antmas
83: [01:03:05] <wracu> awsome thanks
84: [01:03:47] <wracu> already added getSearchContext() to add a custom filter (appending some SQL to the getList() )
85: [01:03:53] <wracu> so will modify that.
86: [01:07:10] <zippy> jeapers........
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88: [01:08:35] <irogue_> O/H "I don't think it needs to be Lord of the Rings specifically, as long as its sorcery"
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91: [01:14:56] <BrainStyle> I'm totally lost lol
92: [01:15:18] <zippy> maps.google.co.nz
93: [01:16:44] <BrainStyle> I don't have any errors whatsoever except in silverstripe install.php concerning mod rewrite
94: [01:17:10] <BrainStyle> Silverstripe appears to work fine, but I can't access ip/phpmyadmin/
95: [01:18:01] <zippy> nginx doesn't use mod_rewrite, and adding things .htaccess wont work either will it, since nginx doesn't use .htaccess - that right?
96: [01:18:15] <zippy> so in your nginx config wouldn't you add the rule there to exclude phpmyadmin?
97: [01:18:19] <zippy> where is your nginx config
98: [01:18:19] <BrainStyle> I had thought that too, someone suggested it
99: [01:18:55] <BrainStyle> I'm still learning nginx and etc
100: [01:19:06] <zippy> nginx config?
101: [01:19:20] <BrainStyle> Using a config in sites-enabled
102: [01:19:46] <BrainStyle> http://paste2.org/_MvydZBpe
103: [01:21:50] <BrainStyle> http://paste2.org/_g0fvse6k is the nginx.conf
104: [01:22:44] <zippy> when you installed phpmyamdin... on ubuntu / debian it says on install what server you want to use (apache / nginx) did you get that?
105: [01:22:54] <BrainStyle> no
106: [01:23:03] <BrainStyle> only apache /lhttpd
107: [01:23:05] <zippy> is the phpmyadmin just a uploaded copy?
108: [01:23:07] <zippy> ah ok
109: [01:23:15] <BrainStyle> I tabbed past that
110: [01:23:46] <BrainStyle> and yes for reference, ubuntu 14.04
111: [01:23:58] <zippy> The installation will now complete. For the Nginx web server to find and serve the phpMyAdmin files correctly, we just need to create a symbolic link from the installation files to our Nginx document root directory by typing this:
112: [01:24:02] <zippy> sudo ln -s /usr/share/phpmyadmin /usr/share/nginx/html
113: [01:24:08] <zippy> but, be caureful :)
114: [01:24:17] <zippy> do some googling :)
115: [01:24:35] <zippy> but I think the error is, you have no phpmyadmin folder (or link) in your nginx/html folder do you? so silverstripe will handle it
116: [01:24:52] <zippy> google / loook ingo phpmyadmin nginx ubuntu
117: [01:25:02] <BrainStyle> Well that's the funny thing
118: [01:25:07] <BrainStyle> I can see it in sftp, and it's linked
119: [01:25:16] <BrainStyle> but all I get is silvertripe error page
120: [01:25:22] <zippy> so there IS a phpmyadmin folder inside the html folder?
121: [01:25:25] <BrainStyle> yes
122: [01:25:27] <zippy> is it phpmyadmin or phpMyAdmin
123: [01:25:32] <BrainStyle> phpmyadmin
124: [01:25:38] <zippy> have you turned it off and on again
125: [01:26:02] <BrainStyle> No, I'm not sure the name of the service lol
126: [01:26:08] <zippy> nginx
127: [01:26:10] <BrainStyle> I've rebooted a few times
128: [01:26:12] <zippy> service nginx restart
129: [01:26:52] <BrainStyle> http://104.236.204.209/phpmyadmin
130: [01:26:55] <BrainStyle> is what I get
131: [01:27:41] <BrainStyle> There are no mysql/php/nginx errors whatsoever atm
132: [01:29:22] <zippy> in the phpmyadmin folder, is there a txt file or any file - try and hit it direct
133: [01:29:25] <mobiusnz> BrainStyle: you need to exclude that folder from your rewrite rules
134: [01:29:40] <BrainStyle> I'm trying to figure out how to do that through nginx
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136: [01:30:36] <mobiusnz> BrainStyle: probably easiest to do it in your .htaccess
137: [01:30:50] <mobiusnz> RewriteEngine off
138: [01:31:00] <mobiusnz> in the phpmyadmin folder
139: [01:31:01] <zippy> mobiusnz: is .htaccess read on ngxinx?
140: [01:31:14] <BrainStyle> and already have that ^
141: [01:31:42] <BrainStyle> along with modified .htaccess in /html/ folder for rewrite.cond !phpadmin
142: [01:31:46] <zippy> BrainStyle: hit a file direct
143: [01:32:22] <BrainStyle> It loads
144: [01:32:33] <zippy> http://104.236.204.209/phpmyadmin/index.php
145: [01:32:45] <Stomach> micmania1 - worked out what was happening with the weird double issue
146: [01:32:49] <Stomach> composer installed x-dev
147: [01:32:51] <Stomach> >_<
148: [01:32:53] <BrainStyle> >.<
149: [01:33:00] <BrainStyle> whallah
150: [01:33:03] <zippy> and thatso..
151: [01:33:15] <BrainStyle> How can I force it to load the index for that page? >.>
152: [01:33:23] <zippy> because /phpmyadmin/ doesn't match a file, then I guess it keeps on passing it back to SS
153: [01:33:42] <zippy> pass, ask google :)
154: [01:39:00] <UncleCheese> anyone ever do a magento/ss integration?
155: [01:39:16] <novaweb> SSSHOP
156: [01:42:09] <irogue_> UncleCheese: sounds like the kinda thing Stomach or damo might've done
157: [01:42:26] <Stomach> tried it once
158: [01:42:30] <Stomach> died a little
159: [01:43:38] <Stomach> so nope, not a winning one
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161: [01:46:37] <Colin[pi]> @UncleCheese: anyone ever do a magento/ss integration?
162: [01:46:48] <Colin[pi]> jesus that sounds like a cruel form of torture
163: [01:46:54] <UncleCheese> nah
164: [01:47:06] <UncleCheese> all i'm really looking for is a way to scrape down the products from a magento store into SS
165: [01:47:10] <Colin[pi]> oic
166: [01:47:13] <UncleCheese> so that you can display them and they click off to the store
167: [01:47:22] <UncleCheese> so there's one source of truth
168: [01:47:29] <zippy> to the database!
169: [01:47:31] <UncleCheese> right now they're managing it on both ends, and FML
170: [01:47:58] <UncleCheese> there's gotta be an adapter floating around somewhere
171: [01:51:33] <irogue_> you can grab an xml feed of products out of magento and just parse that
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174: [02:00:00] <Hailwood> Hey guys, so what's the easiest way to change the buttons on *one* HTMLEditorField? I basically want to strip it down even further
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177: [02:17:00] <irogue_> Hailwood: it is disturbingly non-easy
178: [02:17:12] <irogue_> HTMLEditorConfig needs quite a refactor
179: [02:17:36] <Stomach> https://github.com/nathancox/silverstripe-customhtmleditorfield
180: [02:21:22] <irogue_> nice
181: [02:21:30] <irogue_> though itd be better if it could be done without haxxing :P
182: [02:24:53] <Cheddam> I probably missed half of this discussion and therefore the answer, but is there any plan to update the built-in RTE? It looks rather out of place :P
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184: [02:26:45] <irogue_> Cheddam: http://silverstripe.uservoice.com/forums/251266-new-features/suggestions/6197465-update-tinymce-to-4-x http://silverstripe.uservoice.com/forums/251266-new-features/suggestions/6197553-consider-alternate-wysiwyg-s-like-quill-js
185: [02:27:21] <irogue_> Ingo's made a (experimental) module to use CKEditor, https://github.com/chillu/silverstripe-ckeditor
186: [02:27:37] <Colin[pi]> Cheddam: I just skinned mine to make it look a bit better at least :P http://i.imgur.com/VM69nfw.png
187: [02:28:28] <Cheddam> Colin[pi] That does look a little better (y)
188: [02:28:58] <zippy> irogue_: Wonder if not possible to use composer to pull in the ckeditor at a certain version..
189: [02:29:05] <Cheddam> Good to see it's at least in progress, anyway. I like the idea of making the editor hot-swappable
190: [02:29:14] <Hailwood> Colin[pi], That SS theme... I can has?
191: [02:29:15] <zippy> I guess then people can't easily just grab the zip and install
192: [02:29:32] <Cheddam> Teaching clients to use Markdown would result in less crazy page content
193: [02:29:34] <Colin[pi]> Hailwood: work in progress, not quite ready yet :D
194: [02:29:46] <irogue_> zippy: I think it should be abstracted. and just include silverstripe-tinymce or whatever in the default silverstripe/installer
195: [02:31:38] <zippy> irogue_: oh I mean with the third party folder and having the ckeditor source in the repo, when could possible as a composer requirement
196: [02:32:51] <irogue_> Cheddam: I've done a Markdown field before. actually quite easy - use a Text dbfield, add a class to a TextareaField, include a bit of JS that transforms that textarea into a markdown field (using a markdown field js lib)
197: [02:34:36] <Cheddam> irogue_: That's cool. MD is one of my favourite things, it's so simple and flexible but still looks okay when it's not rendered
198: [02:39:51] <micmania1> Colin[pi]: that looks good
199: [02:41:39] <Colin[pi]> micmania1: thanks man :)
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201: [02:47:31] <zippy> Stomach: not making an easy show of it eh
202: [02:48:16] <Stomach> nope, we are doing really poorly
203: [02:51:53] <Ryan-Toast> creative critisism pls: http://www.webdough.co.nz/~concepti/
204: [02:54:28] <zippy> that is pretty zippy!
205: [02:54:50] <zippy> <!--[if lte IE 6]></base><![endif]-->
206: [02:55:19] <zippy> ah, that is ss default :)
207: [02:55:20] <zippy> funny
208: [02:56:08] <Ryan-Toast> yarp :P
209: [02:56:58] <zippy> I submit the contact form and there is no thanks or error message (just clicked submit, turning off the html5 validation)
210: [02:57:13] <Ryan-Toast> zippy: I’m doing that right now :)
211: [02:57:21] <Ryan-Toast> I had a cache around it ><
212: [02:57:29] <zippy> lol
213: [02:57:32] <zippy> cache all the things!
214: [02:57:53] <zippy> <body><% cache %>code <% end_cache %></body>
215: [02:59:02] <Ryan-Toast> zippy: lol, that’s asking for trouble.
216: [02:59:56] <Ryan-Toast> zippy: should be good now.
217: [03:00:05] <zippy> sites slow now
218: [03:00:10] <Ryan-Toast> really?
219: [03:00:10] <zippy> j/k ;-)
220: [03:00:15] <Ryan-Toast> I was doing a bunch of dev builds
221: [03:01:39] <zippy> jeapers
222: [03:01:51] <Ryan-Toast> bah, still cached
223: [03:02:44] <Ryan-Toast> theeeere we go.
224: [03:07:34] <zauberfisch> BrainStyle: ah, damn it
225: [03:07:39] <zauberfisch> BrainStyle: so you are on nginx
226: [03:07:47] <BrainStyle> Yup
227: [03:07:50] <zauberfisch> that would explain why .htaccess doesn't work :D
228: [03:08:33] <zauberfisch> I think it should be farily straight forward then
229: [03:08:40] <zauberfisch> just add a location for phpmyadmin
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231: [03:08:44] <Hailwood> If I have the same method name on a controller and it's SiteTree element - how from within the controller can I call the function on the SiteTree object?
232: [03:10:42] <zauberfisch> Hailwood: afaik there is no solution for this problem
233: [03:10:49] <zauberfisch> I think I raised an issue about this a while back
234: [03:12:13] <Stomach> $this->data()->method()
235: [03:12:18] <Stomach> ?
236: [03:12:27] <zauberfisch> Stomach: I think he means:
237: [03:12:49] <zauberfisch> /foo/bar is both a url of a subpage and a url for an action on the page /foo
238: [03:13:26] <adrexia> oh yeah, that one.
239: [03:13:28] <zippy> set the function to private, unless you really do want it accessable
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241: [03:14:03] <zippy> Stomach: !!
242: [03:14:29] <zippy> nz are 7 down
243: [03:14:30] <Stomach> oh yeah thats a dumb problem
244: [03:14:32] <Hailwood> zauberfisch, Not quite - class MyPage extends SiteTree { private static $has_many = ['Team' => 'TeamMember'] } class MyPage_Controller extends SiteTree_Controller { public function Team(){/* I want to add a filter to the returned Team from the page */} }
245: [03:14:32] <zippy> 7!
246: [03:14:34] <Stomach> yeah zippy I see :S
247: [03:14:50] <Stomach> Hailwood - try $this->data()->Team()
248: [03:15:00] <Hailwood> Stomach, Yup will try that now
249: [03:15:17] <Stomach> zippy - only 5 more runs tho
250: [03:15:18] <Stomach> :D
251: [03:15:24] <zippy> Hailwood: you can apply a filter in the template btw.
252: [03:15:25] <Stomach> GO VETTORI BRING IT HOME
253: [03:15:35] <zippy> <% loop Team.Filter.... %>
254: [03:17:00] <Hailwood> zippy, I <3 you.
255: [03:17:29] <zippy> along with sort and limit... it's in the docs
256: [03:17:49] <zippy> 3 more!
257: [03:18:17] <Hailwood> I knew you could do sort and limit, I just didn't think filter would work for some reason. I guess I overthought it heh
258: [03:20:16] <zippy> phew
259: [03:24:30] <mahfuz> Finally NZ did it Stomach
260: [03:24:56] <Stomach> only 24 overs! and 7 wickets
261: [03:24:57] <Stomach> >_<
262: [03:25:01] <zippy> mm
263: [03:25:20] <mahfuz> They were in a hurry
264: [03:25:24] <zippy> real test starts on Wednesday
265: [03:25:28] <zippy> *friday
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272: [04:14:08] <MichalKleiner> brb
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277: [04:35:02] <Stomach> is there a way to apply a casting to a field through a method
278: [04:35:49] <Stomach> ie private static $db = array('TestStuff' => 'Varchar(255)'); private static $casting = array('TestStuff' => 'CustomMethod'); public function CustomMethod($string) { return 'I love ' . $string;}
279: [04:44:05] <MichalKleiner> probably not but would be an easy change I reckon to test whether it is a standard know type or a callback
280: [04:44:17] <MichalKleiner> *known
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289: [04:54:16] <travis-ci> Change view : https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-framework/compare/9a97cbc255d7...4b7a91569c0c
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294: [04:56:37] <Colin[pi]> wow Mooyman has been on fire this week
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307: [05:22:18] <Kingy> hi
308: [05:23:38] <Colin[pi]> hey Kingy o.
309: [05:23:41] <Colin[pi]> o/ rather
310: [05:23:56] <Kingy> how ya going Colin[pi]
311: [05:24:03] <Colin[pi]> good good! I see you got back ok?
312: [05:24:08] <Kingy> ps Dubai is awesome, you should totally check it out
313: [05:24:16] <Kingy> lol yeah, i was worrying about nothing
314: [05:24:21] <Colin[pi]> did you get a fine?
315: [05:24:34] <Kingy> i'm pretty sure visa money is how Bahrain makes their income so I don't see them denying anyone
316: [05:24:39] <Colin[pi]> lol
317: [05:24:41] <Kingy> I fined leaving yeah coz my visa had expired
318: [05:24:50] <Colin[pi]> ah lol
319: [05:24:54] <Kingy> but a 2 week visa costs 25BD ($90NZD)
320: [05:24:55] <Colin[pi]> yeah I would to check out Dubai sometime
321: [05:25:04] <Kingy> so coming back in you have to pay that
322: [05:25:09] <Colin[pi]> 2 weeks for 90 bucks? damn
323: [05:25:10] <Kingy> and every 2 weeks I need to pay that
324: [05:25:27] <Colin[pi]> ouch
325: [05:25:27] <Kingy> and I can keep doing that up to 3 months and then rinse and repeat the whole leave the country thing
326: [05:25:42] <Colin[pi]> :\
327: [05:25:51] <Kingy> haha yep
328: [05:26:00] <Kingy> or I can get work here and get a proper work visa
329: [05:26:53] <Colin[pi]> fucking visas
330: [05:26:59] <Colin[pi]> so confusing sometimes
331: [05:27:22] <Colin[pi]> my gf's temp partner visa cost $4,000 btw
332: [05:27:30] <Colin[pi]> cash cow for the AU govt
333: [05:27:55] <Kingy> yeah it's nuts
334: [05:28:08] <Colin[pi]> it's now increased to $6,000
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340: [05:31:18] <Kingy> holy crap
341: [05:31:25] <Kingy> well i mean if we look at it
342: [05:31:50] <Kingy> 25BD every 2 weeks for 3 months is ~150BD
343: [05:31:59] <Colin[pi]> mm
344: [05:32:05] <Kingy> return flight to dubai is probably another 300BD
345: [05:32:09] <Kingy> do that 4 times a year
346: [05:32:23] <Kingy> ~1800BD
347: [05:32:29] <Colin[pi]> yeah
348: [05:32:33] <Colin[pi]> adds up
349: [05:32:39] <Kingy> 6349NZD
350: [05:33:01] <Colin[pi]> :o
351: [05:33:09] <Kingy> take off a couple of months over summer when we won't be here + christmas
352: [05:33:16] <Kingy> so it'll be more like 4-5k
353: [05:33:17] <Kingy> but yep
354: [05:35:09] <Colin[pi]> the immi lawyers here though are apparently pretty pissed though about the fees, because once something reaches a certain value threshold, people expect performance for their money
355: [05:35:21] <Colin[pi]> so when it's like $6000, and the waiting time is 18 months
356: [05:35:27] <Colin[pi]> people get kinda pissy
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358: [05:36:31] <Kingy> haha yeah
359: [05:36:40] <Kingy> it's real bad here for work visas as well
360: [05:36:49] <Kingy> took a month for my gf to get to the office
361: [05:36:56] <Kingy> she finally got her piece of paper saying she has one
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363: [05:37:09] <Kingy> but then she has to wait 2 months to go get her medical for it to be properly valid
364: [05:37:10] <Colin[pi]> lol "IT'S SOMETHING \o/"
365: [05:37:37] <Kingy> and then it takes months and month for her to get the CPR card (like your personal identity card)
366: [05:37:42] <Kingy> and you can't get anything without the CPR card
367: [05:37:53] <Kingy> want to get a phone+plan, nope need CPR
368: [05:38:04] <Kingy> want to get better internet, nope need CPR
369: [05:38:14] <Kingy> better sattelite TV.. nope CPR
370: [05:38:17] <Kingy> etc
371: [05:38:44] <Colin[pi]> weak
372: [05:38:57] <Colin[pi]> what if you need CPR do you need a CPR card?
373: [05:39:05] <Colin[pi]> because that'd be kinda shitty
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390: [07:51:38] <elgabbu> gd morning guys ... sorry i might have already asked this question yesterday but I didn't see an answer for it ... so here it goes again ...
391: [07:52:58] <elgabbu> Working in SS 2.4 and I have a model admin that I would like to be able to manage some sort order ... via some drag and drop functionality on the grid .... is this something that SS supports or is there some module I can use?
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396: [08:15:10] <Tanger> elgabbu: https://github.com/unclecheese/DataObjectManager and git://github.com/unclecheese/Uploadify.git may be your best bet
397: [08:15:57] <Tanger> Might require some setup, so I'd google around for info on how to set it up
398: [08:17:29] <wmk> elgabbu, if possible, update to 3.1 ;)
399: [08:19:00] <wmk> but DataObjectManager is a good choice for old 2.4 sites. It comes with a "Sortable" extension, add this to your DataObject. DataObjectManager has afaik an automatic replacement for old ModelAdmin grid which does sorting automatically for you
400: [08:20:44] <wmk> elgabbu, http://www.ssbits.com/snippets/2010/a-data-object-manager-cheatsheet/ might be of help, too
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405: [08:38:49] <elgabbu> thanks guys i ll take a shot at it
406: [08:42:36] <elgabbu> so the code would go in the getCMSFields of the ModelAdmin controller?
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408: [08:47:29] <guci0> Hi all!
409: [08:49:03] <Tanger> elgabbu: Yeah, once you apply the Sortable extension to your managed DataObject
410: [08:50:20] <Tanger> Hey guci0
411: [08:52:59] <Tanger> Say, does anybody know if SS' ConfigManifest will read any .yml file located within a _config folder?
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413: [08:57:07] <zauberfisch> Tanger: afaik yes
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416: [08:59:07] <Tanger> zauberfisch: Thanks. I have hope.
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418: [09:03:25] <darjus01> Hi all
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420: [09:05:36] <wmk> hey darjus01
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424: [09:07:44] <wmk> elgabbu, ModelAdmin doesn't have getCMSFields, it uses the fields of the managed DataObjects
425: [09:09:44] <elgabbu> yeah I am kinda confused where the initialization of the databobjectmanager should be since I am already utilizing the getCMSFields of my dataobjects to customize the add/edit form of my dataobject
426: [09:11:15] <zauberfisch> elgabbu: though ModelAdmin has a getEditForm
427: [09:11:28] <zauberfisch> which you can use to overwrite fields, if you really want to
428: [09:11:43] <zauberfisch> but its not the common use case
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430: [09:13:29] <kinglozzer> "The requested package silverstripe/framework 3.1.9 could not be found."
431: [09:13:30] <kinglozzer> lolwut
432: [09:13:53] <kinglozzer> Perhaps I'm misusing require-dev...
433: [09:14:20] <kinglozzer> "require": { "silverstripe/framework": "3.1.9" }, "require-dev": { "silverstripe/framework": "3.1.10-rc2" }
434: [09:14:26] <kinglozzer> Is that not allowed? :(
435: [09:15:09] <kinglozzer> Oh https://github.com/composer/composer/issues/1853
436: [09:15:09] <kinglozzer> :(
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438: [09:18:20] <Pylolurgntk> Quite possibly the best lodging ticket ever. http://iforce.co.nz/i/xlcj5hfx.kpb.png
439: [09:18:42] <Pylolurgntk> GW user, really brought that to our attention.
440: [09:22:12] <Pylolurgntk> (ticket still unassigned)
441: [09:23:40] <kinglozzer> lol Pylolurgntk
442: [09:24:07] <kinglozzer> __--|| ** URGENT L@@K ** ||--__
443: [09:24:49] <Pylolurgntk> yeah, that's "Subject|Date|Status|Priority"
444: [09:25:03] <Pylolurgntk> (as you probably guessed)
445: [09:25:23] <kinglozzer> URGENT (priority: low) :P
446: [09:25:53] <Pylolurgntk> Subject: URGENT Message: (not shown)
447: [09:26:54] <kinglozzer> Wait, there's no message at all?? Hahaha
448: [09:27:32] <Pylolurgntk> It's a sad case that over the last 20 years, people have STILL completely failed to grasp the concept of email.
449: [09:27:47] <Pylolurgntk> the *simple* concept
450: [09:28:02] <Pylolurgntk> yet rely on it so heavily every day
451: [09:29:32] <Pylolurgntk> Like kinglozzer I regularly get support tickets lodged that simply say 'help?'
452: [09:29:38] <Pylolurgntk> NO information.
453: [09:29:47] <Pylolurgntk> BUT, abut 40 emails in the REply chain.
454: [09:30:45] <Pylolurgntk> to which I then have to to through and try and read and make sense of, when I obviously don't know their job as well as they do, nor often what they're actually trying to achieve since on principle about 37 of the 40 will be useless to me.
455: [09:32:11] <Pylolurgntk> It's amazing how people can say so little in so much text.
456: [09:42:58] <kinglozzer> Pylolurgntk: I used to get those sort of email chains, PM gets those now :D
457: [09:47:04] <kinglozzer> Long shot, but... has anyone tried Entwine with jQuery 2.x?
458: [09:48:16] <kinglozzer> zauberfisch maybe?
459: [09:48:25] <zauberfisch> hmm?
460: [09:48:30] <zauberfisch> oh
461: [09:48:31] <zauberfisch> no
462: [09:48:33] <zauberfisch> haven't
463: [09:48:48] <zauberfisch> still running on jquery 1.11
464: [09:49:01] <kinglozzer> Okay cool, I'll try it and ditch 2.x if it doesn't work
465: [09:49:50] <zauberfisch> though hamish is always happy to accept pull requests if it doesn't work I guess ;)
466: [09:50:18] <kinglozzer> zauberfisch: But that means me debugging JavaScript! D:
467: [09:50:34] <zauberfisch> btw, I just recently pull requested a minimal bower file to entwine. so you can use bower (or composer bower plugin) and specify an url to require it
468: [09:50:51] <kinglozzer> Oh wait, readme says "Any patch level of jQuery from 1.7 through 1.10 or 2.0 should work."
469: [09:50:56] <kinglozzer> So hopefully it'll be good!
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471: [09:56:14] <wmk> isn't jquery 2.x same like 1.1x, just without old browser support?
472: [09:56:25] <wmk> but quite same api afiak
473: [09:57:57] <zippy> hm
474: [09:59:12] <zippy> so 0E and E are the same thing in hex
475: [10:00:04] <wmk> 09 and 9 are the same in decimal
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477: [10:00:16] <zippy> :P
478: [10:00:44] <zippy> wmk: same with hex
479: [10:01:02] <wmk> zippy, How many people can read hex if only you, me, and dead people can read hex?
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482: [10:13:18] <Pylolurgntk> wmk: similar api, yes. but completely different construction.
483: [10:14:00] <kinglozzer> S'cool, Entwizzle is working fine :)
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504: [10:31:24] <NETim> Morning, Got a DataObject with a has_many, how would one import the dataobject and its has_many objects from CSV?
505: [10:33:25] <Pylolurgntk> using the csv importy tool
506: [10:33:30] <Pylolurgntk> Probably.
507: [10:33:44] <NETim> Pylolurgntk: you're a veritable font of knowledge...
508: [10:33:57] <Pylolurgntk> or by formatting the csv to match the DB then importing.
509: [10:34:01] <Pylolurgntk> with phpmyadmin or something
510: [10:34:09] <Pylolurgntk> can be a faff, might not be.
511: [10:34:23] <NETim> I was asking if anyone knew the format. If not, I'll just add a new dataobjectmanager to allow direct import.
512: [10:34:32] <Pylolurgntk> NETim: I'm not really sure you can do an import of an object AND all of it's relations in one go.
513: [10:34:34] <Pylolurgntk> unsrue.
514: [10:35:24] <Pylolurgntk> and yes, if I were a font, I'd be hiroglyphics. Because I seem more intelligent than I probably am.
515: [10:35:32] <NETim> Pylolurgntk: no worries. I'll have a quick hack at it and see. If I figure it out, I'll come back here and let you know.
516: [10:35:40] <Pylolurgntk> cool :)
517: [10:35:42] <Pylolurgntk> good luck.
518: [10:35:44] <NETim> Also, um, that's not what that phrase means...
519: [10:35:46] <Pylolurgntk> try not to run out of memory!
520: [10:35:53] <Pylolurgntk> NETim: I know. I'm making puns.
521: [10:35:54] <Pylolurgntk> kinda.
522: [10:35:59] <Pylolurgntk> similies.
523: [10:36:14] <Pylolurgntk> delibirately misconsrewwwwwing thd daetahs.
524: [10:36:26] <NETim> similies? like this you mean :D
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530: [10:36:33] <Pylolurgntk> BADOOM
531: [10:36:34] <Pylolurgntk> PSH
532: [10:36:42] <Pylolurgntk> nice, I like it NETim
533: [10:36:44] <Pylolurgntk> xD
534: [10:36:55] <NETim> I'll let you have it.
535: [10:37:01] <Pylolurgntk> also a good example of irony, because it's not a similie
536: [10:37:07] <Pylolurgntk> kinda
537: [10:37:21] <Pylolurgntk> LIKE.
538: [10:37:39] <Pylolurgntk> but yeah, watch your memories NETim
539: [10:38:09] <Pylolurgntk> import (might be export, maybe both) gobbles it up like a crack whore running on empty
540: [10:38:25] <NETim> fair point.
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547: [10:43:36] <Pylolurgntk> I reckon I might shutdown my computer.
548: [10:43:51] <Pylolurgntk> Working is overrated.
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557: [11:13:33] <Teddy_> hey guys i added 'Page' in the allowed_children page of a page type and now i can ann any page but i only want to be abble to add a generic Page type as a child
558: [11:13:38] <Teddy_> any idea how ?
559: [11:13:49] <zippy> Page*
560: [11:13:56] <zippy> will limit to just page
561: [11:14:04] <Teddy_> zippy, thank :D
562: [11:14:25] <zippy> makes more sense to do it the other way imho, but yea, the code is Page* for just page
563: [11:16:30] <NETim> zippy: is * a limiter of some sort then?
564: [11:16:44] <zippy> yea seems to be
565: [11:16:51] <NETim> cool. Good to know.
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567: [11:18:53] <kinglozzer> Ooo that reminds me, I did a disallowed_children thing on one project that I meant to open-source
568: [11:25:27] <kinglozzer> Needs some tidying up as I don't think it actually does any validation, but... https://gist.github.com/kinglozzer/789ae95c042e63a4d3a8
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574: [11:26:10] <kinglozzer> Works for the "add new page" form at least :P
575: [11:30:26] <NETim> kinglozzer: kinglozzer/patch-1, anything to do with the struggle you guys helped me with last week?
576: [11:30:37] <NETim> https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-framework/compare/89aae54cf8c8...389e2e7cd1c8
577: [11:30:50] <kinglozzer> NETim: Yeah probably, it comes up a lot!
578: [11:31:05] <kinglozzer> At least now it'll be clear whether the theme is disabled :P
579: [11:31:07] <NETim> cool, good to know some good has come from all that crap.
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582: [11:43:19] <Copperis> hello
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584: [11:58:45] <NETim> kinglozzer: you might know this one.
585: [11:59:01] <NETim> Got a dataobject that has_many other_object.
586: [11:59:31] <NETim> would the CSV importer be able to import the other_object(s) for each dataobject?
587: [12:03:18] <kinglozzer> NETim: Hmm, dunno - I've not used the CSV importer!
588: [12:03:40] <kinglozzer> Looking at CsvBulkLoader, it only supports adding has_one (so you'd have to add it from the has_one side)
589: [12:03:59] <kinglozzer> If it's a one-off, I'd do it as a build task
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592: [12:12:42] <NETim> The client wants to be able to import on a regular basis.
593: [12:13:12] <NETim> Anyway to add an importer to the dataobject has_many gridfield?
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597: [12:45:13] <Pylsdjgk> hello Copperis
598: [12:45:36] <Copperis> hey
599: [12:45:41] <Pylsdjgk> NETim: importer is a component same like any other _I think_
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605: [12:56:27] <NETim> Pylsdjgk: Ok. How would one apply that component to the gridfield?
606: [13:08:14] <Pylsdjgk> $gf->addComponent()
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608: [13:21:55] <NETim> Pylsdjgk: a little lost with your suggestion.
609: [13:22:28] <NETim> we have a dataobject that is editable with a modeladmin instance, the object has_many other_objects
610: [13:22:31] <Pylsdjgk> NETim: never mind. I just checked, I was confused. Export is a compoennt, but not import.
611: [13:22:45] <Pylsdjgk> modeladmin does import though
612: [13:23:35] <NETim> Pylsdjgk: got that far, was trying to see how model admin manages to create the search/import form on a gridfield
613: [13:23:36] <Pylsdjgk> NETim: has_many is just has_one on the reverse. You'll want to import all the other things. but then you'll also need to know the foreign ID to assign them to, so IDK. Might be a bit up shit creek here.
614: [13:23:58] <Pylsdjgk> I hate import :<
615: [13:25:04] <NETim> I'm starting to.
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620: [14:00:27] <Pylsdjgk> NETim: reverse the process through reverse enineering for the purpose of reversing the purpose of http://api.silverstripe.org/3.1/class-GridFieldExportButton.html maybe?
621: [14:04:43] <NETim> Pylsdjgk: that was a long winded explanation :)
622: [14:05:24] <Pylsdjgk> I just felt like trying to fit the word 'reverse' into a sentence as many times as I could
623: [14:05:49] <Pylsdjgk> boredom calls
624: [14:05:57] <Pylsdjgk> I have to write docs :<
625: [14:06:05] <NETim> ah
626: [14:06:32] <Pylsdjgk> worse: I have to write docs into MediaWiki.
627: [14:07:00] <Pylsdjgk> Which I've never used before (well, I look AT wikipedia all the time, but I don't update it)
628: [14:08:13] <Pylsdjgk> I'm thinking I might just install SS somewhere and get the bonus of a sweet system I know, AND heirarchy!
629: [14:08:21] <Pylsdjgk> A real actual heirarchy!
630: [14:08:36] <NETim> The wiki hierarchy system is odd.
631: [14:08:47] <Pylsdjgk> doesn't even have one from what I can see :<
632: [14:09:06] <Pylsdjgk> There's no 'backend' as such that I can see either.
633: [14:09:18] <Pylsdjgk> front end control systems confused the fuck out of me.
634: [14:09:22] <NETim> If I remember correctly, just specifying a parent should create it, or something wacky like that.
635: [14:09:32] <Pylsdjgk> yeh, but no menu.
636: [14:09:39] * Pylsdjgk shrugs
637: [14:10:24] <Pylsdjgk> I'd like to spool up a server and set it up properly from scratch. but I need to document and figure out the auth system before I can do that.
638: [14:10:54] <Pylsdjgk> so I'm stuck with this mess of maintenance until I document the auth system as it stands, which is at base the same, but subtally different across all ... 8 systems.
639: [14:11:01] * Pylsdjgk sighs
640: [14:11:15] <NETim> ooh, fun...
641: [14:12:33] <Pylsdjgk> I found a hidden server! I was quite excited (because it's devoid of any systems), until I found that it has been set up weirdly in terms of auth.
642: [14:13:04] <Pylsdjgk> before I can solve that, I need to understand what was attempted first.
643: [14:13:50] <Pylsdjgk> lots of learning, which technically isn't in the budget. So I just do it on the sly. But that means documentation so I don't get lost while main job title takes up time between lulls.
644: [14:13:57] <Pylsdjgk> so writing fuck'n docs.
645: [14:14:09] <Pylsdjgk> would rather be firing rox.
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655: [14:52:28] <Pylsdjgk> hahaha, that moment when you're looking for a bit of help and suddenly: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1748374/http-401-whats-an-appropriate-www-authenticate-header-value
656: [14:52:34] <Pylsdjgk> so was this guy!
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664: [15:18:28] <muskie9> alright, dumb question, but I've only done PR's to a single branch... so assuming I'm making a doc change and the current PR is against the 3.1 branch but should also go in 3.0 is that just a second PR?
665: [15:23:44] <zauberfisch> muskie9: afaik you should only do one pull request
666: [15:24:06] <zauberfisch> preferably to the lowest still mainatained / merged branch
667: [15:24:45] <zauberfisch> so I just made a change that will effect 3.1, 3.2 and dev-master. so I pull requested to 3.1 and it got accepted into 3.1
668: [15:24:56] <zauberfisch> in a couple of days 3.1 will be merged up into 3.2
669: [15:25:01] <muskie9> so ideally 3.0 branch
670: [15:25:05] <zauberfisch> and 3.2 will be merged up into dev-master
671: [15:25:16] <zauberfisch> I'd say yes
672: [15:25:45] <zauberfisch> but I am not a 100% sure how maintained 3.0 still is, and if it sill gets merged up.
673: [15:25:52] <zauberfisch> haven't dealt with 3.0 in ages
674: [15:26:53] <muskie9> same here, dhensby mentioned it getting into 3.0 and 2.4, but I was gonna skip 2.4 since that's pretty much done a this point
675: [15:28:50] <muskie9> also not sure how well the doc files merge up since the structure has changed now
676: [15:45:28] <zauberfisch> good point
677: [15:45:36] <zauberfisch> might want to ask someone about it
678: [15:45:43] <zauberfisch> ss23: ?
679: [15:46:13] <zauberfisch> but they are all offline right now :/
680: [15:48:17] <muskie9> dhensby got back to me on my original PR... ended up being a second PR due to the doc change
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695: [16:50:52] <Pylsdjgk> coming to PHPNE tonight kinglozzer ?
696: [16:51:14] <kinglozzer> Pylsdjgk: Nope, but I'm going to PHPConf Thursday!
697: [16:51:26] <Pylsdjgk> Oh shit, is it this thrusday already?
698: [16:51:36] <kinglozzer> Yep!
699: [16:55:01] <Pylsdjgk> Just emailed a colleague, asking him to look into his search tool.
700: [16:55:15] <Pylsdjgk> What is the name of the chap you're looking for? he comes back with.
701: [16:55:27] <Pylsdjgk> "Robert O'Tables" I say.
702: [16:55:29] <Pylsdjgk> http://xkcd.com/327/
703: [16:55:32] <Pylsdjgk> :<
704: [16:56:14] <Pylsdjgk> kinglozzer: which thing you looking forward to most?
705: [16:56:22] <Pylsdjgk> which talks you gonna video for me?
706: [16:56:25] <Pylsdjgk> all of them?
707: [16:56:29] <Pylsdjgk> Good, ta.
708: [16:58:33] <kinglozzer> Pylsdjgk: I dunno, I forgot what's even on
709: [16:58:38] <kinglozzer> Something about composer that sounded good IIRC
710: [16:58:43] <kinglozzer> (should probably look)
711: [16:58:52] <Pylsdjgk> You going for all of it, or just one day? I forget.
712: [16:58:58] <kinglozzer> Just Thursday
713: [16:59:15] <Pylsdjgk> I expect 1080p footage of the whole thing.
714: [16:59:20] <Pylsdjgk> tie your phone to your forehead.
715: [16:59:30] <Pylsdjgk> ... but remember to turn it off when you're in the pisser.
716: [16:59:44] <Pylsdjgk> xD
717: [17:00:07] <kinglozzer> Hahaha
718: [17:01:02] <kinglozzer> http://phpconference.co.uk/schedule/
719: [17:01:34] <kinglozzer> I'm thinking...
720: [17:01:37] <kinglozzer> "What's new in PHP?"
721: [17:02:05] <kinglozzer> "Composer best practices" or "Devlops for PHP devs"? Probably the latter
722: [17:02:32] <kinglozzer> Laravel or Accessibility - might go for the latter as I know fuck all about it
723: [17:03:01] <kinglozzer> "PHP's biggest bottleneck - MySQL"
724: [17:03:59] <kinglozzer> and lastly "Bring your PHP application to the next level with React.JS"
725: [17:28:44] <kinglozzer> Anyway, for now - home!
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753: [20:04:45] <Ryan-Toast> Anyone have a good example dof some code for a frontend dataobject ilter?
754: [20:04:50] <Ryan-Toast> filter
755: [20:05:40] <muskie9> Ryan-Toast you mean like search context and what not?
756: [20:05:51] <Ryan-Toast> muskie9: yarp
757: [20:06:03] <muskie9> might have some, hold tight
758: [20:06:42] <Ryan-Toast> Thanks :)
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761: [20:11:30] <Hailwood> Morning Everyone
762: [20:11:49] <Ryan-Toast> Morning :)
763: [20:11:59] <muskie9> Ryan-Toast, pm'd ya
764: [20:12:19] <Hailwood> What's the deal with ss-logs?
765: [20:12:53] <zippy> Hailwood: how do you mean
766: [20:12:59] <Ryan-Toast> </seinfeld>
767: [20:13:13] <Hailwood> Why is it's "future uncertain"
768: [20:13:26] <Ryan-Toast> Because Simon owns it.
769: [20:13:29] <zippy> because simon_w is not about anymore
770: [20:14:11] <Hailwood> I see - any reason we couldn't setup a clone?
771: [20:14:17] <muskie9> is there a trick to getting 301 redirects to work in htaccess for an SS 3.1.x site
772: [20:15:33] <Hailwood> muskie9, not specifically for SS 3.1.x - the htaccess redirects kick in before SS even comes into play.
773: [20:16:27] <zippy> Hailwood: yeap, one is in testing atm
774: [20:16:54] <muskie9> right, just not able to get any 301's to trigger before the mod_rewrite stuff... did it on a 2.4 site way back when but can't remember what made it work
775: [20:17:02] <muskie9> just keep getting 404'd on the old links
776: [20:18:16] <Ryan-Toast> zippy: can we set the robots.txt to nofollow so I can talk all manners of shit?
777: [20:18:32] <zippy> no I think it's useful having it indexed
778: [20:18:49] * Ryan-Toast hissssss
779: [20:23:01] <Hailwood> muskie9, Here's an .htaccess file we use for SS that has 301 redirects working - if it doesn't work for you then it's a server conf issue: https://gist.github.com/hailwood/1f565ee8c754f514f5bf
780: [20:23:47] <muskie9> thanks Hailwood! I'll give it a go
781: [20:30:10] <adrexia> has simon bailed completely?
782: [20:31:14] <Ryan-Toast> adrexia: I guess so.
783: [20:32:01] <Ryan-Toast> WE’LL MAKE OUR OWN SIMON. WITH BLACKJACK, AND HOOKERS!
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785: [20:33:29] <adrexia> We need a new simon
786: [20:33:40] <adrexia> :D
787: [20:34:15] <adrexia> The last I heard he was going to take a break for a while because the whole silverstripe thing was causing him a lot of stress and anger
788: [20:34:34] <adrexia> he might be back at some point. Or he might decide life is better without us
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790: [20:34:42] <adrexia> ;)
791: [20:35:20] <Ryan-Toast> Do pharmacies adrexia: I think he’s just sorting his life out a little bit.
792: [20:40:43] <adrexia> Do pharmacies?
793: [20:40:54] <Ryan-Toast> oops.
794: [20:40:55] <adrexia> yeah, that was my impression
795: [20:40:57] <Ryan-Toast> Wrong chat :)
796: [20:41:04] <adrexia> lol
797: [20:41:09] <Ryan-Toast> do they sell nail clippers?
798: [20:41:17] <Ryan-Toast> was going to be my question.
799: [20:41:27] <adrexia> I thought you had accidently mashed the keyboard and managed to make english, sort of
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803: [20:41:37] <adrexia> yeah I think so
804: [20:41:45] <Ryan-Toast> adrexia: sometimes I feel like that’s what I do with some of my php methods.
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810: [21:06:36] <FullNoob> Hi. Does anyone here use the secure assets/secure files module? Any issues? Does it make things any slower?
811: [21:07:35] <Stomach_> FullNoob - no issues
812: [21:07:40] <Stomach_> no noticeable difference
813: [21:07:53] <Stomach_> unless you're thinking in Babel-17
814: [21:07:58] <FullNoob> Cool thanks.
815: [21:21:51] <zippy> ..
816: [21:22:38] <zippy> how do you add new lines in the yaml? say I want to set a Foo field to "Something\nSomething else" with php that would give me two lines, but yaml, even with the double quotes it's actually giving me that string, not interperating the new line char
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818: [21:24:13] <zippy> you use the | char
819: [21:24:13] <zippy> eg
820: [21:24:19] <zippy> Foo: |
821: [21:24:26] <zippy> then write your text under it, indented nicely
822: [21:35:13] <Hailwood> Hi guys, if I have the content from an HTMLText field - how can I make it safe to include in a javascript string?
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830: [21:55:32] <MichalKleiner> re the placeholder images at http://www.silverstripe.org/learn/lessons/ ok?
831: [21:55:35] <MichalKleiner> *are
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834: [21:57:34] <irogue_> o_O
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836: [21:59:00] <micmania1> MichalKleiner: just told Cam and Aaron
837: [22:00:04] <irogue_> should use https://placekitten.com/ instead
838: [22:00:09] <irogue_> much more pleasant placeholders
839: [22:00:45] <zippy> annnnnd bookmarked
840: [22:02:02] <MichalKleiner> micmania1: cool
841: [22:02:54] <MichalKleiner> aaaand fixed
842: [22:08:54] <zippy> micmania1: tell UncleCheese localhost:8888 is ugly :)
843: [22:10:05] <micmania1> zippy: localhost?
844: [22:10:12] <zippy> in his videos, the url of the site
845: [22:10:19] <zippy> looks good though :)
846: [22:10:22] <micmania1> oh right haha
847: [22:10:29] <micmania1> Probably vagrant
848: [22:10:36] <zippy> looks like mamp icon
849: [22:10:41] <zippy> someone buy him mamp pro
850: [22:10:51] <zippy> get some proper vhosts going on
851: [22:11:08] <micmania1> oh, I’m not good at Macs
852: [22:11:32] <micmania1> I use one every day but I have no idea what i’m doing
853: [22:12:03] <zippy> "i just mash the keyboard and stuff happens"
854: [22:12:41] <micmania1> pretty much
855: [22:15:55] <zippy> can you remove the filter sidepanel from modal admin apge?
856: [22:16:01] <Colin[pi]> micmania1: lol that is so me when I'm on a mac as well
857: [22:16:43] <zippy> hmm can make it blank but not remove..
858: [22:18:32] <micmania1> zippy: You could make a Tools method in your ModelAdmin. Not sure if it will work though, never done it before.
859: [22:18:46] <micmania1> and just return null ^^
860: [22:19:06] <Hailwood> Hey guys, how can I add "blockquote" as a selectable element type in the cms HTMLEditor?
861: [22:19:34] <zippy> micmania1: I did it with the SearchForm method, but that just leaves it blank
862: [22:19:49] <zippy> the grid doesn't expand to take the space if I remove the div anyway...
863: [22:20:29] <micmania1> hmm, not sure then. At least not without overwriting templates
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865: [22:33:51] * Stomach_ quit (Quit: zzz)
866: [22:38:30] * UncleCheese has joined #silverstripe
867: [22:44:26] * Colin[pi] waves at UncleCheese o/
868: [22:45:03] * Colin[pi] also waves at antmas (didn't see you login)
869: [22:46:01] * zippy looks through the logs for his wave
870: [22:46:05] * zippy stares at Colin[pi]
871: [22:46:20] * Colin[pi] waves furiously at zippy
872: [22:47:09] <mahfuz> Hi everyone. Is there a boilerplate for SilverStripe Modules. I need to know what should be present in _config.php file and yaml files inside the _config folder
873: [22:47:21] <mahfuz> to begin with
874: [22:48:08] <Colin[pi]> mahfuz: just a _config which is empty is the bare minimum to have SS notice the folder
875: [22:48:19] <Colin[pi]> it'll then add your classes/templates etc. to the manifest
876: [22:48:19] * Stomach has joined #silverstripe
877: [22:49:27] * Colin[pi] and windows are going to have a fight
878: [22:49:30] <Colin[pi]> I will win
879: [22:49:45] <mahfuz> Thanks Colin
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881: [22:55:05] <travis-ci> silverstripe/silverstripe-framework#4162 (3.1 - 216d1d8 : Daniel Hensby): The build has errored.
882: [22:55:05] <travis-ci> Change view : https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-framework/compare/1d4150bee4b1...216d1d847bba
883: [22:55:05] <travis-ci> Build details : http://travis-ci.org/silverstripe/silverstripe-framework/builds/51146639
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885: [22:55:35] * muskie9 is now known as muskie9_afk
886: [22:56:23] <mahfuz> can any one tell whether the code of the silverstripe screencast videos at vimeo is available or not?
887: [22:58:04] <zippy> Stomach: ^
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889: [22:58:18] <zippy> Stomach_: ^
890: [22:58:44] * muskie9_afk is now known as muskie9
891: [22:59:07] * Stomach quit (Ping timeout: 250 seconds)
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893: [23:00:28] <zippy> it would be nice if ctrl-w closed the webmaster tools in chrome.. like how phpunit ctrl-w will close the search results
894: [23:00:32] <zippy> keep closing the bloody tab
895: [23:00:43] <zippy> just writing this here for the people that work at Google who lerk here..
896: [23:01:44] <irogue_> webmaster tools is part of the tab tho
897: [23:01:51] * Azure quit (Quit: My MBP went to sleep.)
898: [23:02:00] <irogue_> how would it know whether you want to close the tools or the tab?
899: [23:03:27] <zippy> magic ofc
900: [23:08:05] * antmas waves at everyone o/
901: [23:08:10] * antmas is busy :<
902: [23:09:14] <zippy> antmas: o/
903: [23:10:56] <Colin[pi]> antmas: o/
904: [23:11:12] <Colin[pi]> you know looking at " o/ " it looks like we've all become neo nazis
905: [23:11:39] <antmas> I think spronk mentioned that too
906: [23:11:42] <antmas> cannot unsee
907: [23:12:22] * wracu has joined #silverstripe
908: [23:12:55] <Colin[pi]> does anyone know how to permanently turn off the "sticky edge" between monitors in Win8.1
909: [23:12:57] <antmas> Square Enix humble bundle out
910: [23:12:59] <Colin[pi]> ITS DRIVING ME MAD
911: [23:13:09] <Colin[pi]> antmas: yeah saw that :o
912: [23:14:47] <antmas> bought it :P
913: [23:15:15] <irogue_> hmm, already have almost all of those from previous humble bundles / steam sales :P
914: [23:15:49] <Colin[pi]> irogue_: lol every time there was a steam sale years ago, I'd be like OH SWEET, so much new stuff
915: [23:15:51] <Colin[pi]> now it's like
916: [23:15:52] <zippy> Colin[pi]: god damn it!
917: [23:15:55] <Colin[pi]> got it... got it... got it... got it... got it...
918: [23:15:59] <zippy> here you go then. o_/
919: [23:16:09] <zippy> \_o_?
920: [23:16:11] <zippy> YAR!
921: [23:16:15] <antmas> lol
922: [23:16:24] <Colin[pi]> zippy: do the one we do on the Elite Dangerous reddit: o7
923: [23:16:33] <zippy> heh
924: [23:17:07] <zippy> tried to build a catapolt in besieged last night. Failed. might have to look at google.
925: [23:17:12] <Colin[pi]> so anyone in NZ coming down with Hep A from motherfucking BERRIES as well?
926: [23:17:31] * antmas doesn't eat berries
927: [23:17:46] * Colin[pi] doesn't think he will be eating frozen berries anymore after this
928: [23:18:09] <Colin[pi]> antmas: like more than a dozen cases now
929: [23:18:18] <Colin[pi]> including 3 players from a major rugby team
930: [23:19:41] <antmas> is Hep A like, permanent?
931: [23:20:35] <Colin[pi]> antmas: mm I don't think so for A
932: [23:20:52] <Colin[pi]> antmas: either way, the berry company is going to have an epic class action lawsuit coming their way
933: [23:21:17] <antmas> they won't be very cherry when that happens
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935: [23:21:42] <Colin[pi]> antmas: http://instantostrich.com/
936: [23:21:57] <antmas> :D
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938: [23:24:14] * BrainStyle is now known as zz_BrainStyle
939: [23:24:20] <irogue_> Colin[pi]: New Zealand supermarket chains Foodstuffs and Countdown yesterday said they did not stock that brand of frozen berries.
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941: [23:28:16] <antmas> we buy bulk berries and freeze them ourselves
942: [23:28:31] * antmas turns up snob nose
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944: [23:28:52] <travis-ci> silverstripe/silverstripe-framework#4166 (3.0 - 663f9c9 : Daniel Hensby): The build passed.
945: [23:28:53] <travis-ci> Change view : https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-framework/compare/75299f7e4d94...663f9c9cbe03
946: [23:28:53] <travis-ci> Build details : http://travis-ci.org/silverstripe/silverstripe-framework/builds/51147510
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948: [23:29:15] <Colin[pi]> antmas: you know how the berries were contaminated?
949: [23:29:47] <Colin[pi]> It's been reported they were sourced from a producer in China who used human excrement as fertilizer
950: [23:30:14] <Colin[pi]> mmmmm mm mm, can't wait to have a slice of that warm berry pie
951: [23:30:27] <antmas> lol
952: [23:30:37] <antmas> poop berries
953: [23:30:48] <antmas> goddamnit china
954: [23:31:28] <Colin[pi]> antmas: friend of my gf at uni is from there, she told us at dinner some stories from her homeland that would chill you to your core
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956: [23:33:25] <antmas> weren't the berries passed between Chille and China whilst being labelled as home grown in AUS?
957: [23:34:04] <Colin[pi]> antmas: well the labelling laws here allow them to just say "Made in Australia from imported ingredients" on the packet
958: [23:34:11] <Colin[pi]> that's all they need to state
959: [23:34:19] <Colin[pi]> so you have no freakin idea where its come from
960: [23:34:25] <antmas> lol
961: [23:34:42] <Colin[pi]> it's a joke
962: [23:35:04] <Colin[pi]> and of course the food companies will source from the lowest bidder, because profit
963: [23:35:16] <Colin[pi]> and the consumer is ill informed
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965: [23:43:12] <Hailwood> Anyone know how to add a new element to the HTMLEditorField's dropdown? specifically I want to add blockquote
966: [23:43:39] <Colin[pi]> Hailwood: it'll be via the cms html editor config somehow
967: [23:43:44] <Colin[pi]> Hailwood: let me check my files
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969: [23:44:33] <Stomach_> mahfuz - what code do you want?
970: [23:44:48] * Stomach_ is now known as Stomach
971: [23:45:16] <Hailwood> Colin[pi], aha - the blockquote is a button rather than something in the element dropdown :|
972: [23:45:39] <Colin[pi]> Stomach: I think he wants to add blockquote to the format dropdown? Is that right Hailwood?
973: [23:46:13] <Stomach> oh thats easy
974: [23:46:20] <Colin[pi]> HtmlEditorConfig::get('cms')->setOption('theme_advanced_blockformats','p,address,pre,h3,h4,h5,h6');
975: [23:46:20] <Stomach> you just add it to your typography file
976: [23:46:25] <Stomach> or that :D
977: [23:46:29] <Colin[pi]> or that yeah
978: [23:46:31] <Colin[pi]> :D
979: [23:46:45] <Colin[pi]> Stomach: I actually tried it via the typography file iirc and it didn't work
980: [23:46:52] <Hailwood> Hmm, I tried adding blockquote {display:block;} to the file and it didn't work
981: [23:47:04] <Stomach> yeah I guess it only picks up classes
982: [23:47:33] <Colin[pi]> Hailwood: try adding that code I pasted to your mysite/_config.php
983: [23:47:40] <Colin[pi]> and add/remove elements in the list
984: [23:47:49] <Colin[pi]> I.e. 'p,address,pre,h3,h4,h5,h6'
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987: [23:53:34] <travis-ci> silverstripe/silverstripe-framework#4168 (3.1 - d788c2e : Daniel Hensby): The build passed.
988: [23:53:34] <travis-ci> Change view : https://github.com/silverstripe/silverstripe-framework/compare/3d9b57ca9e2d...d788c2e84556
989: [23:53:34] <travis-ci> Build details : http://travis-ci.org/silverstripe/silverstripe-framework/builds/51147766
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992: [23:55:53] <Hailwood> Colin[pi], Yep that works
993: [23:57:59] <Colin[pi]> Hailwood: yay!
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